"I feel connected to my generation through the music, but I also fear for us. We're in a very self-destructive state where we're addicted to outside opinions and we all feel like we have fans." - Drake
For an unconventional evening, The Perfect Tempo presents an unconventional review/recap of the Beastie Boy’s Book Live in Hackney. Because this was much more than a book reading, this was a beautiful and bonkers celebration from Mike-D and Ad-Rock of not just their career but of their beloved pal Adam Yauch and it wasn’t to be missed.
Each week we highlight the best new music you need to be listening to! Our special bumper first edition features ten tracks spanning September so far to launch us off in style. There’s no limits to inclusion, whether an artist is a well-known name, unsigned act or even performs an obscure genre. If it’s an exciting track then it’s in here! Check out our first list right here.
The most surprising thing about The 1975’s tour announcement this week was the price but not for reasons you might think. Philip Giouras takes a look at the rising price of concerts and the few major artists that are making a stand.
When Nick Mulvey & Rob Green came to Omeara for Wake Up Gigs at the beginning of June the result was a match made in heaven. Read all about the exciting initiative here, and why Wake Up Gigs will literally change the gig experience for parents forever in some extremely positive ways.
Bestival 2018 has unfortunately finished. We’ve compiled a list of observations on the festival itself in a handy report for you all to read in preparation for future iterations, meanwhile you can find more music focused articles from the festival on the main site.
Friday marked the first full day of Bestival, the sun was blazing down as thousands of revellers flocked down to the scenic surroundings of Lulworth Estate for the festival. Read our report on all of the days action here.
It feels painfully fitting that almost on the anniversary of Amy Winehouse’s death, another female singer with a well reported history of substance addiction overdoses. This time it’s not fatal, but can we say we’ve really offered enough support.
This year Bestival returns to its new home in the luxurious surroundings of Lulworth Estate in Dorset. It’s now less than a month away and tickets are going fast, We’ve chosen some of the best acts for you to check out at the festival, some are veterans you may have already heard of before, others are new and upcoming bands you may have not but what they all have in common is that they will all put on unmissable sets you can’t miss!