Rob Da Bank’s Bestival on the Isle Of Wight has become the hedonistic closing act of the UK’s major festival scene. Alan Ewart went along to check it out.
Source: Bestival: festival review – Louder Than War
The joy of music festivals often lies in the discovery of the new and the unexpected. Chicago born K:Flay gave us both at Reading festival.
Source: K:Flay – live review and interview – Louder Than War
Last weekend saw me at what will be my last music festival of this season. One of the joys of festivals for me is wandering around to find the weird and wacky things that are going on and I have to say that Bestival was a joy in this respect.
Sunday was a beautiful day and as I wandered around I came across a band playing New Orleans style Jazz rhythms, I watched fascinated as these two guys performed tumbles and somersaults to the musical background. I was a mighty entertaining few minutes. Enjoy the photographs.
Big Spring are very much the new kids on the UK rock scene, formed in October 2015 they played ‘The Pit’ at this years Reading Festival.
Source: Big Spring: interview and review – Louder Than War