Reviews

Review: Glitterbox NYE

Photo Credit – Jake Davis (@HungryVisuals)  Glitterbox – A bedazzling & glistening show filled with colour, love and infectious grooves. Glitterbox had the big slot at London’s Printworks this New Year’s Eve and what a show it was. Having sold out Printworks last February for their Press Halls debut, Glitterbox returned for their biggest showContinue reading “Review: Glitterbox NYE”

Review: Creamfields

Daresbury, a small village located in Cheshire which homes a minute population of the country. Bank holiday weekend in August this all changes as one of the biggest festivals of the world takeover the idyllic fields to home 80,000 festival revellers for an extended weekend of music and memories. One the run up to theContinue reading “Review: Creamfields”

Review: elrow Town

elrow Town London, a kaleidoscope of colour filled with mesmerising production and out of this world characters bringing a festival to life. Now, if you read our review last review we predicted that they might expand in 2019 to a bigger and better venue… and they did JUST THAT! Last week Trent Park opened itsContinue reading “Review: elrow Town”

Review:Eastern Electrics

Eastern Electrics – a highlight of anyone’s festival season. Morden Park saw the newly transformed weekend festival open its gates once more to thousands of ravers to celebrate house & techno culture on Saturday and all things bass on Sunday. The organisation from the get go – as expected – was amazing. The second youContinue reading “Review:Eastern Electrics”

Review: Junction 2

Junction 2 – London’s answer to an open-air techno fuelled festival.  Boston Manor Park opened its gates for not 1 but 2 days this year, widening its opportunity to put out a vast display of artists across the weekend. If you haven’t experience the surreal and natural surroundings of Junction 2 then you are missingContinue reading “Review: Junction 2”

Review: Amsterdam Dance Event 2018

Beautiful, sloping architecture, cosy bars and canal-lined streets are all central to Amsterdam’s enduring appeal. But once the sun goes down, the city comes into its own. Thanks to a progressive approach to nightlife, some of Amsterdam’s best venues have 24-hour licenses, making it one of Europe’s key spots for round-the-clock clubbing. It’s also homeContinue reading “Review: Amsterdam Dance Event 2018”

Review: ANTS

Fabric. An iconic London venue, that reopened its doors to the public in early 2017 after a 5-month battle, a venue holding 2,500 ravers and state of the art ‘bodysonic’ dancefloor. Landing at the venue back on November 2nd was Ibiza’s biggest underground brand, ANTS, to continue their relentless march across the globe.   The line-up spokeContinue reading “Review: ANTS”

Review: Creamfields 2018

This August bank holiday weekend saw one of the biggest dance music festivals in the world take over Daresbury. Creamfields, winner of ‘Best Major Festival’ and ‘Best Dance Festival’ in previous years, saw 70,000 festival revellers convey wheelbarrows of camping gear, your finest fruit cider and outfits only acceptable to wear at a festival. CreamfieldsContinue reading “Review: Creamfields 2018”

Review: Forbidden Forest

Lurking in the Wymeswold Forest – a transformed area of soiled ground and autumn trees into a magical festival site showcasing 5 stages of the biggest names in the industry. The growth of Forbidden Forest has been rapid and there’s no doubt why… their stellar line up of DJ’s alongside dazzling stages in such aContinue reading “Review: Forbidden Forest”

Review: Elrow Town London

The world renowned ‘wacky’ club brand elrow opened the gates to The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park once more for elrow Town London – a 2-day spectacular which showcased the biggest artists in the scene who most definitely deserve their spots on the line up!The journey to the festival is always one of the best moments,Continue reading “Review: Elrow Town London”

Review: Eastern Electrics

Morden Park saw Eastern Electrics takeover the land once again this August and what a weekend it was! Yes, you heard… This year EE upgraded from a one dayer to a jam-packed weekender, which satisfied all our musical needs. Saturday showcased the best in House and Techno, whilst Sunday displayed all your bass and reggaeContinue reading “Review: Eastern Electrics”