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Cotton Clouds festival announced for Peak District National Park

Announcing the arrival of an all-new festival, Cotton Clouds
Featuring a stratospheric line up and set amidst the heavenly vista of the stunning Peak District National Park, Cotton Clouds is a wonderful new addition to the UK festival calendar.
Taking place on 12th of August and boasting a bill that’s simply bursting with pop pedigree, the one-day extravaganza in Saddleworth (Greater Manchester) will host radiant performances from the likes of The Coral, The Sugarhill Gang, Nick Heyward, The Whip, PINS, Everly Pregnant Brothers, Clint Boon (DJ set) and many more.

A brand new festival for 2017 conjured up from the blue-sky thinking of brothers Max & Rick Lees and local entrepreneur Luke Stanley, this summer you are invited to leave your troubles behind and pop your head amongst the Clouds for a day of idyllic escapism and top-flight entertainme...

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FestEvol Gardens, Liverpool, announce 2017 Lineup

FestEvol Gardens, Liverpool, announce 2017 Lineup

Following the success of #FestEvol16 last May which saw headline sets from Juliette Lewis, Blossoms and Hooton Tennis Club with introduction sets from Black Honey, Pumarosa and The Vryll Society, FestEvol Gardens returns for another bank holiday festival special all dayer on Sunday 30 April 2017 at the brand new location of the Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool Waters, the new venue developed by the creators of The Kazimier. 

Penultimate acts announced: Pins, All We Are, White Room, Chinah, Bribes, Spinn 

Second Release Tickets £30.00 plus booking fee on sale 6pm Wednesday 1st March 2017 via seetickets.com, skiddle.com and the new Dice app (no booking fees). 

EVOL presents FESTEVOL GARDENS 30.04.17 at Invisible Wind Factory

FestEvol have increased their line-up of incredible new & e...

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Line-up announced for Subterranean: A new indoor rock and indie festival

Line-up announced for Subterranean: A new indoor rock and indie festival

The line-up for the first ever Subterranean Festival, a brand new indie and rock festival in the heart of Cambridge which takes place on Saturday 23 September, has just been announced.

Headlining the Underworld stage are Scottish three-piece rock band The Amorettes who will be bringing their distinctive style to the Festival.  Since they exploded onto the music scene with the release of their album Game On, they have toured extensively, garnering huge critical and popular acclaim and will be on tour this spring as official support to Black Star Riders.

Indie band PINS will be headlining the Labyrinth stage. Their ‘tightly-honed melodies’ and ‘performances filled with energy and drama’ (Guardian) have won them legions of fans and praise from critics...

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Natalie McCool announces March UK tour dates for 2017

Natalie McCool announces March UK tour dates for 2017

Liverpool based Natalie McCool is set to release new single ‘You & I’ on 24th March 2017 – a track from her second album released by her own Fortress Sounds label via Ditto Music.

‘You & I’ is a glittering, psych-pop infused ditty about love like a simultaneous equation – something to be solved, even when you can’t make sense of it. Opening with a rock solid beat the verses are delightfully witty “I can’t think, I can’t divide, I can’t even sum myself up on the inside” and the song progresses into a supercool chorus; inventive,off kilter guitar lines that Andre 3000 of Outkast would be proud of are offset hazily against the kaleidoscopic theme of the lyrics “I’m blue, because I never really tried, but I’m seeing red, my heart clashes with my eyes” resulting in a stylish tale of...

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Natalie McCool shares new track “Oh Danger”

Natalie McCool shares new track "Oh Danger"

Natalie McCool

Natalie McCool is a multifaceted artist whose musical journey of discovery through varied collaborations has now landed her on the most ambitious sound to date. Excelling in razor-sharp alt-pop production developed with Dave Berger from seminal Liverpool alt pop band Outfit, the new recordings have every hallmark of great pop music with a fresh twist of modern alternative influences.

‘Oh Danger’ is the new track from  Natalie McCool and follows on from blog favourite ‘Pins’ which was a suitably prickly lament towards a faltering relationship, that ebbs and flows with an engrossing charm akin to Tove Lo or Lana Del Rey.  This charm was not lost on Huw Stephens at Radio One who declared it ‘brilliant’ before playing the track on his show a number of times...

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Natalie McCool shares new track "Oh Danger"

Natalie McCool shares new track "Oh Danger"

Natalie McCool

Natalie McCool is a multifaceted artist whose musical journey of discovery through varied collaborations has now landed her on the most ambitious sound to date. Excelling in razor-sharp alt-pop production developed with Dave Berger from seminal Liverpool alt pop band Outfit, the new recordings have every hallmark of great pop music with a fresh twist of modern alternative influences.

‘Oh Danger’ is the new track from  Natalie McCool and follows on from blog favourite ‘Pins’ which was a suitably prickly lament towards a faltering relationship, that ebbs and flows with an engrossing charm akin to Tove Lo or Lana Del Rey.  This charm was not lost on Huw Stephens at Radio One who declared it ‘brilliant’ before playing the track on his show a number of times...

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