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28 June

Yungblud debuted a new song during his Glastonbury set over the weekend – watch ‘Tissues’ below. READ MORE: The NME Big Read – Yungblud: “This album is about reclaiming my name and humanising the caricature” The Doncaster-born vocalist and guitarist (real name Dominic Harrison) took to the John Peel Stage on Sunday (June 26) to deliver an 11-song […]

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21 June

Tennessee’s secretary of state was arrested on charges of driving under the influence (DUI) on Friday (June 17) after leaving the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival 2022. Tre Hargett, who has served as the secretary of state since 2009, was taken into custody at Coffee County Jail around 1.30am local time (by that time: Saturday, […]

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14 June

Deftones’ Frank Delgado and Abe Cunningham spoke to NME backstage at Download Festival about the future of the band, the next generation of metal and 25 years of second album ‘Around The Fur’. READ MORE: Deftones: “Even in our worst moments, we persevere” This weekend saw the Sacramento metal veterans play Donington Park for the fifth […]

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07 June

Article Hostel Hospitality There are ways to lodge in Europe that are simply more European. Perhaps the most unique one is in a hostel. Affordable and creative, these small hotels and inns are found in all European countries. Whether you’re backpacking through Spain or on holiday in Sweden, spend your nights in a hostel for […]

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31 May

Bristol’s Love Saves The Day festival has banned glitter and single-use plastic at its festival in a bid to reduce its carbon footprint. The event, which is being held at Ashton Court on June 2-3, plans to cut its environmental impact 50 per cent by 2025. Loves Saves the Day has partnered with Music Declares […]

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24 May

Belgium’s Rock Werchter Encore has been called off only one month after it was announced due to “high production costs, staff shortages, and low consumer confidence”. The 25,000-capacity one-off festival was due to take place on June 26 at Werchter’s Festivalpark, a few days ahead of its main event Rock Werchter, which is still set […]

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17 May

After three years away, last weekend (May 12 – 14), The Great Escape returned to Brighton for a bumper celebration of live music and sun-scorched antics from some of the most exciting emerging acts the planet has to offer. For many artists and bands who worked tirelessly to launch their careers throughout lockdown, the multi-venue […]

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10 May

The cost of living crisis, an oversaturated market and rising costs threaten to create a “recipe for disaster” for the first full festival season since 2019, it has been claimed. ILMC’s Festival Forum: New lands, new adventures panel heard divergent views from event bosses on prospects for this summer, with the public’s appetite for returning […]

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03 May

Glastonbury has announced Lewis McLaughlin as the winner of the festival’s 2022 Emerging Talent Competition. The annual contest offers rising acts the chance to win a slot on one of the festival’s main stages, as well as a £5,000 Talent Development prize from the PRS Foundation. Over the course of last night (April 30), the top […]

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26 April

Article Why Visit? Thanks to centuries of history, popular movies and legendary literature, the allure of Europe’s landscapes and cultures has been romanticized for ages. Many people dream of turning the European vacation in their hearts into reality. Here’s why now is better than ever to visit Europe. Source link Source link

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