Day One: Current Swell, Descendents, Mounties, Rise Against, The New Pornographers
Day Two: Arctic Monkeys, Cage the Elephant, Dear Rouge, Foster the People, July Talk, MS MR, Serena Ryder, Tegan and Sara, Until the Ribbon Breaks
Day Three: Bad Suns, Death Cab For Cutie, Fitz and the Tantrums, Mowglis, Sleeper Agent, Airborne
Having a massive festival in my home town is a blessing. Some people hate it. When a local supermarket swapped salad for spirits, there was outrage (it was awesome). I love that I don’t need to travel far to get there, I can pop home if I fancy and I
Photos by Kai Bowker | @kai_thebeast
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Arctic Monkeys, and English rock band formed in 2002 has certainly made and impact on the music industry since their first debut album Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not, released in 2006. Since then, they have released four other albums, increasing in popularity with each one. With
For a band that’s already headlined Glastonbury twice and played to an audience of billions at the London 2012 Olympics’ opening ceremony, the inevitable question arises of: ‘what’s left for the Arctic Monkeys to achieve?’ Playing a two day residency at London’s Finsbury Park – previously home to open-air gigs
From playing a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden, to the infamous mic-drop at The Brits, Sheffield rock group Arctic Monkeys have taken a mysterious turn with recent B-side You’re So Dark. The track features on the 7” single, One for the Road. Having won numerous NME awards including Album
New sketch of Mr. Turner, check this one out!
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Happy Birthday Alex Turner! To celebrate, take a look at this painting Sophie did of Alex on vinyl!
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This is a band I've loved for years. They have many great songs, so I decided to incorporate them into this sketch. Try to find all of them!