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What You Should Know About a Festival Called Clockenflap
One: it's in Hong Kong. Two: Stormzy played. And three: the crowds shriek like they've just seen the walking dead.
Hong Kong’s OG Music Festival Has Booked Stormzy, Mitski and More
Clockenflap runs from 17 to 19 November, with another line-up designed to tempt you halfway across the world.
Noisey UK Staff
Iggy Pop Is a Middle Finger to Mortality
That Iggy is still playing shows to rave reviews all over the world is a giant “fuck you”: to common sense, the laws of physics, and everything you were told about drugs in school.
Ten Years in, Who Does Outlook Festival Serve?
With dubstep pushed back to the fringes, I went on a hunt for this Croatia-set bass music festival's core audience.
Dimensions Festival Was a Beautiful Washout
Thunderstorms? Who cares when you have pills and a whole load of techno.
I Tried to Land Myself a Job at Tory Glastonbury
Dressed like a stock image for ‘corporate enterprise man’, I went to The Big Feastival on Alex James' cheese farm to see if it was possible to trick my way into the middle class.
Let These Wall of Death Photos from a German Festival Slam Into Your Monday
What happens when festival organisers ask bands not to prompt Walls of Death and they do it anyway.
Please Don't Ask Grammy-Nominated Artists to Drink Out of Shoes
It's an Australian thing, called a "shoey", and happened a whole lot at a recent festival called Splendour in the Grass. Idk Aus, this one's on you.
A Festival? In a Transylvanian Castle? I Mean, Sure
Electric Castle's lineup looked like someone emailed every booking agent in the northern hemisphere saying: "right, Romania, who fancies it?"
Why Black Britain Still Needs Afropunk
We spoke to women from magazine gal-dem and collective BORN N BREAD about claiming their space at the festival's second London run.
Hey, Over Here! We've Got The Full Lineup For Appelsap 2017
Aaaand it's amazing. See you at the Noisey stage.
Noisey UK Staff
People Really Love Glitter, and Other Things We Saw at Lovebox
We sent photographer Zo Rahman to this year's festival and he saw a whole lot of under-eye sparkle.