Reverend and the Makers
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Festival season is by far my favourite time of year, no surprises there, so when Stereotribes and AMBY teamed up and invited me to this year’s V Festival at Weston Park I jumped at the chance. With a whole host of my favourite acts playing and the festival celebrating its
Deep in the peak districts countryside, Y Not Festival prepared itself to be flooded by another wave of festival goers. Back in 2007, the festival attracted a total of just 1,000 people and it's been steadily building itself since. In 2012, Y Not won best small festival at the UK
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The rise of the smaller boutique festivals over the past few years has started to turn me into somewhat of a festival goer whilst I usually prefer to watch artists in a more intimate arena than stood in a field with thousands of other people I find myself being drawn
Want to dance your ass off to the b-b-b-bassline? Be the heavyweight champion of the world? Or love a band for a long long time? Then if you don't already, you have to know this band. Reverend and the Makers have been breaking new ground for literally years now in
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Reverend and the Makers- Bassline
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