Electronic music lovers descended on Hackney’s Victoria Park for another year of All Points East Presents Field Day. Once again championing the very best of alternative and underground talent from across the genre, the sold-out day festival featured live acts as well as DJ sets.
“What struck me most when talking to global pop sensation, Madison Beer, was how considered she was with her answers; how diplomatic. Not that Madison’s graciousness should come as any surprise, but cynics might attribute this to effective media training. Personally, I think that does Madison a disservice. After years of having her words twisted, it would only be natural to protect herself and choose them carefully.”
In an industry rooted in connection, being part of a supportive network or community of fellow creatives can take an artist's career to the next level.
Olivia Dean is in her element. In the early throes of her debut album release, the North London singer-songwriter appears the well-seasoned concertina at her Somerset House headline show.
Wide Awake festival takes over London’s Brockwell Park for the third year, with sets from Caroline Polachek, Shygirl, Alex G, Black Country, New Road, and more (REVIEW).
“For the average lover, heartbreak isn’t a stranger.” It’s with this sentiment that Mnelia created her latest EP, ‘Closure Tapes’, her “heartbreak bible.” While the record was born out of a period of intense pain and grief for the artist, her focus has always been on what the music would do for others; her own healing secondary.
Biig Piig brought the rave to Brixton as part of her Bubblegum Tour, with support from yunè pinku.
Female artists remain disproportionately underrepresented throughout the music industries. Enough Records, a project supported through the Youth Music Incubator Fund, is actively breaking down these barriers so that young creatives can thrive.