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The Offdays’ debut at Camden Rocks Festival

The Offdays’ debut at Camden Rocks Festival

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We caught up with The Offdays at Camden Rocks Festival, their first festival ever. The band are set to release their first ever EP Out of Words in the next coming week. Read it all about it below As a band how does it feel to play Camden Rocks Festival? Playing Camden rocks was a great experience and a good stepping stone for any independent bands who aim to play festivals in future. What did you learn from the experience? You can’t beat the Chinese and live music is definitely the way forward. How was your set? We played our set at Gabeto it was very cosy but unusual to play. The stage was situated by the patio doors so the breeze was very inviting and “the set was good coz we are good". Who did you get to see Camden Rocks this year? We managed to catch RATBOY, Deaf
Broadside release “King Of Nothing” & “Empty”

Broadside release “King Of Nothing” & “Empty”

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Before heading on their first tour of 2019, BROADSIDE is holding over fans with two new tracks, “King Of Nothing” and “Empty.”   “’King of Nothing’ is a song about wanting to be the best,” states BROADSIDE vocalist Ollie Baxxter. “We chose this life as touring musicians but it can be painfully lonely. We all want to be heard and play to massive crowds while making enough money that our parents won’t worry about our futures. I’m so proud of our accomplishments as a band but some nights, after the show ends and those crowds leave the venue, when you’re in the back seat of a dark van, you feel like you’re not doing enough and those dreams you have become nightmares of what you’ll never achieve. You can be on top of the world and have nothing.”   “I was going through a real out of body m
Calvin Harris joins the line-up for Capital’s Summertime Ball

Calvin Harris joins the line-up for Capital’s Summertime Ball

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    Roman Kemp concluded a huge reveal week on the brand new nationwide Capital Breakfast show this morning with the news that the world’s biggest DJ and producer – Calvin Harris - will join the massive line-up for Capital’s Summertime Ball. On Saturday 8th June, 80,000 Capital listeners will fill London’s iconic Wembley Stadium for the UK’s hottest summer party with performances from the world’s biggest stars including Maroon 5, Halsey, Mark Ronson, Anne-Marie, Jonas Brothers, Jess Glynne, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Khalid, Ellie Goulding, Sigala, Rita Ora, Jax Jones, Mabel, Jonas Blue, Sigrid, Ava Max, Tom Walker and Lauv. GRAMMY award-winning and multi-platinum selling superstar DJ Calvin Harris will jet in to play for Capital listeners at the Summertime Ball. The bigg
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