Festivals, Music

Sound City drops more names for 2019

Liverpool’s favourite festival returns with a bang in 2019. Last year’s Baltic Triangle debut was heavenly, it truly became the UK’s answer to SXSW. This year sees more new talent head to the UNESCO City of Music including Shame, Confidence Man, Estrons and many more. Over 100 names join the likes of Lyle Carner, Mabel, […]

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Festivals, Music

Reading & Leeds 2018: Our Highlights

Reading & Leeds Festivals are a highlight of the year, the natural end to a long summer of festivals. Here’s Eudaemonia’s highlights from this year’s edition. Shame The South London outfit now lead a whole generation of upcoming bands from the capital. Upping production at their debut Reading & Leeds main-stage outing with huge inflatable […]

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Festivals, Music

Reading & Leeds 2018: Must See New Bands

Reading & Leeds Festival is often a hotbed of new bands, this year is no different. Here’s our list of ‘must see’ new bands at this year’s edition of the famous festival. The Blinders From festival goers to stage headliners, it must be a dream for The Blinders to top the BBC Introducing stage in […]

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Festivals, Music

Festival Review: Tramlines 2018

Initially, the decision to bring all of Tramlines’ stages together as one at Hillsborough Park was a risk. However, with a decade of experience under its belt, 2018 more than ever felt like the Sheffield festival’s rise to the higher echelons of the UK’s festival circuit. With the likes of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds […]

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Festivals, Music

Y Not Festival: 12 Must See Artists

Y Not Festival always seems to be growing… Here’s 12 bands who we think are MUST SEE should you be heading to the Derbyshire event this weekend: Fat White Family  The Fat White Family are the pioneering light in the country’s music scene right now. True artists who unpretentiously create a sound which is different […]

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Festivals, Music

Splendour Celebrates 10th Birthday in Style

A 20,000 strong crowd bathed itself in sunshine and sound as Splendour Festival celebrated its 10th birthday in tremendous fashion. With Paloma Faith headlining to rapturous support and alternative acts such as The Charlatans and Peace bringing an influx of guitar based sound, we can only be even more excited for yet another decade of […]

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