With mainstay festivals like Glastonbury and Reading & Leeds charging well over £200 for a ticket this year, it is fa
For Future Reference
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On the 1st August 1981, MTV was unveiled to the world.
2017 is already looking like a hotbed of new talent set to make this year their own.
2016 was certainly peppered with some great musical comebacks.
This whole idea came from a passing idea I had near the beginning of 2016.
To say that 2016 was culturally one of the most devastating years in modern history would be an understatement.