Love Saves the Day festival 2017 as photographed by UKGrime photographer Harry Mculloch.
Finally after months of hype, the weekend unofficially dubbed ‘Wireless Weekend’ had begun. From 11am on Friday the first of what would be 100,000 revellers over the weekend showed up to see some of the biggest names in hip-hop and grime perform at a sell out event. Friday was headlined by Chance The Rapper, supported
Grime as a genre has clear, concurrent messaging and all round a scene that comes together in time of need. This was shown recently by the #Grime4Corbyn event and campaign, past charity shows and the fundraising and support many people within the scene give to the wider community. With this is in mind is is
The UK's biggest urban festival Wireless returns to Finsbury Park from July 7-9th. The lineup is listed below: FRIDAY HEADLINER CHANCE THE RAPPER SATURDAY HEADLINER SKEPTA SUNDAY HEADLINER THE WEEKND ALL HEADLINERS BRYSON TILLER (UK FESTIVAL EXCLUSIVE), NAS (UK FESTIVAL EXCLUSIVE), G-EAZY, RAE SREMMURD, TORY LANEZ, YOUNG THUG, SEAN PAUL, WILEY, TY DOLLA $IGN, LIL
After a much needed overhaul of the Brit Awards voting system this year, increasing the number of ethnic minorities and female contributors has helped it produce a breakthrough following criticism of the 2016 ceremony. The Brit Award's nominees list was announced in full last night which Skepta and David Bowie take the lead. The UK’s
After the success of the event 2 years ago, The Red Bull Culture Clash is back in London next month. After the events in Bristol and Manchester earlier this year, it’s London’s turn now to host the vibrant soundclash which pits four crews representing four different sounds against each other to see which crew will
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you will have heard of Parklife festival. Run by The Warehouse Project, Parklife will be shutting down Manchester’s Heaton Park on June 11th and 12th for two talent packed days of music. After looking through the line-up myself, I took upon starting the tough task of picking the
Wireless Festival is in its eleventh year and once again Finnsbury Park will be turned into one of London’s biggest and best festivals. The 3 day event starts on Friday 8th of July and showcases both home-grown and international talent. Unlike a lot of festivals nowadays, it is open to under 18s on the condition