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Final Names + Stage Splits announced!

Final Names + Stage Splits announced!

Entertainment, Music
Slam Dunk Festival, the unmissable pop-punk party of the summer, is delighted to reveal that Watford mob Lower Than Atlantis, emo icons Say Anything, Chicago favourites Homesafe and easycore heroes Me Vs. Hero will join the impressive line-up. As well as these exciting new additions, Slam Dunk Festival have also announced stage splits for the May Bank Holiday weekender. A true phenomenon within British rock music, Lower Than Atlantis began last year with a blistering headline show at London’s prestigious Brixton Academy following the release of their fifth studio album ‘Safe In Sound’ which achieved #8 in the UK official album charts. Armed with an arsenal of anthems from their critically-acclaimed back catalogue, the Watford troupe’s appearance Slam Dunk Festival will make for a truly un
The secret to cheap train travel

The secret to cheap train travel

Lifestyle, Travel
After a few long months of hard work – or what we tell our parents is hard work – it’s time to think about heading home for the holidays. Going home sounds great, but for some of us that means diving deep into our pockets and buying train tickets. To get the best deals we’re told we need to book really far in advance and travel at strange times. But what if I told you there was another option? We at the Voice of London tested out a range of different sites so that you don't have to, saving you plenty of time (and money!). 1. Of course, the obvious choice, Trainline.com The site everyone goes to to book train tickets and check train times, but is it really the cheapest option? 2. trainsplit.com The site simply works out the cheapest tickets until you get to your destination. Thi
The Drive Thru Music Trend

The Drive Thru Music Trend

Entertainment
Words: Kiera Chapman | Subbing: Joanne Clark I’ll have my beats to go please, with a side order of chips. It’s half past ten and I’m wedged between two human walls of sweat, crunching melodically side to side on crumpled plastic cups to the pulsating Supercut. It’s a song performed by the phenomenal Lorde; she’s playing out her London date of at Alexandra Palace and has been swanning euphorically around the stage for just over an hour now. As far as headliner sets go, and judging by the prominence of Supercut on her 2017 album Melodrama, the performance indicates that the end of the night is nigh, but still a good twenty minutes away. I’m suddenly thrust forward into a space that has opened up beside me by a bunch of intoxicated  White Teeth Teens. It appears people are already starting
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