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Sundown Festival 2017 Is Coming...

28th March 2017 | Music

Last year’s Sundown Festival was nothing short of legendary, and we’re not just talking about our now infamous game of Quizzee Rascal (for more, click here)

With performances from the likes of Jason Derulo, Years & Years, Jess Glynne, Anne-Marie and Lil Kenny (if you don’t get that joke either, click here) – the whole world wished it was in Norwich come September 2016!


Well, now we have some very exciting news as far as your Summer 2017 plans are concerned…

Our favourite R&B smooth-talker Craig David will be headlining Saturday night whilst Pendulum will be returning to the live stage for Sunday night!

As well as those two massive headliners, there will be performances from the likes of Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Giggs, Wiley, AJ Tracey, RAYE, Tom Grennan, John Newman, Louisa Johnson, Stefflon Don, Youngr and Zak Abel…

and breathe

There’s also dance stages from Rinse, Hospitality, Together and UKF for those who like a slightly louder beat.


Tickets go on sale on Friday 31st March at 10am – click here to find out more

We’ll be there, will you?

Interview with LANY

21st March 2017 | Music

We’ve been raving about LANY for a little while now.

Currently on their World Tour in anticipation of their self-titled debut album, lead-singer Paul Klein, drummer Jake Goss and keyboards/guitarist Les Preist are on quite a run at the moment.


Following their sold-out date at London’s KOKO, and after the drop of Good Girls, our first proper taster of the debut album, we spoke to drummer Jake Goss about life in LANY and what’s to come.


WR: You guys have just embarked on your European tour, this week you’ve performed in Birmingham and Manchester, London tonight and then off around the rest of Europe. How’s it been so far?

JG: It's been amazing! It is a wild and crazy feeling to be so far from home and feel the love of fans across the world. The shows have been such a blast! We're extremely grateful to be here.

WR: You have a really passionate, dedicated fan base… how do you find different cities respond differently to your music?

JG: You know, it's kinda crazy. One of the beautiful things we are realizing is that there isn't much of a difference. Everywhere we go we are showered with love and support. Feels like home every night.

WR: Your latest single is ILYSB – which came off 2015’s Make Out EP. Why did you decide to resurface that as your current single?

JG: It just needed some time to live in the world. It clearly has a global response and we are now taking it to radio for the first time. It's super fun watching it have a new life.


WR: You also dropped the music video for the track which features you guys beating up the…

Interview with Mabel

18th March 2017 | Music

Whilst many artists may come from a musical family, very few artists have the family that Mabel has.

The daughter of legendary singer Neneh Cheery and Massive Attack product Cameron McVey, the Spanish-born, London-raised singer isn’t letting the pressure come to her. In fact, she might be one of most chilled artists on the scene right now.

Debut single Know Me Better came out in 2015 which brought the singer all of the attention she deserves. Since then, My Boy My Town has garnered over 1.5M streams on Spotify and 2016’s Thinking Of You caused another high point in Mabel’s career.


Now, Mabel is back with a fresh song for a new year, and this year she is joined by one of the hottest artists in London right now: Kojo Funds.

Finders Keepers introduces Mabel with more chill, and more verse than ever before. Truly establishing her position as one of the hottest artists of the year – and proving that her position on the BBC Sound of 2016 poll was not wasted.


Myles McCaulskey interviewed Mabel about new music, her career in music so far and what we can expect from the R&B-inspired star.

Broadcasted worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Myles McCaulskey interviews Mabel

Myles McCaulskey interviews R&B singer Mabel about new music, her career in music so far and what the future holds. (13 minutes)