Creamfields 2015 Reveals Its Massive Lineup

UK music festival Creamfields has never been one to skimp on their lineup, and 2015 looks to be no different. Taking place at Daresbury Estate on August 28-30, the event boasts over 100 acts across multiple stages hosted by the likes of Armada, Revealed, Size and more.

With names like Above & Beyond, Avicii, Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, Martin Garrix and more all set to headline, rest assured that this year’s Creamfields is going to be absolutely massive. Tickets for the fest go on sale this Friday at 10am over on the official website, and they will most definitely sell out.

Check out the full lineup below and let us know what you think. Will you be attending this year? Sound off below!

Friday 28th August

Rebel Sound Arena

Rebel Sound w/ Chase & Status, David Rodigan and Shy FX

Sub Focus

Sigma ft. Justyce

Maverick Sabre

Tempa T


Dimension B2B
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Jump Off! Lil Kim Joins UK Festival Line-Up

Jump Off! Lil Kim Joins UK Festival Line-Up
Lovebox festival just got a whole lot more provocative...

Us hip hop queen Lil Kim has joined the line-up for the East London music event.

In the first of her announced UK festival appearances in 2013, the 'Jump Off' rapper will play the Sunday night of Lovebox.

On the same bill as Lil Kim is one of the female rap stars for whom she paved the way, Azealia Banks. It will be the first time she has played a show in London since 2001, on her Notorious K.I.M world tour.

Of course, you may not recognise Lil Kim from the days when she had her big break during the '90s. To get up to speed, join us on a surgical journey as we turn back the hands of time on a voyage across Lil Kim's ever-changing face...

Lovebox runs from 19-21 July Victoria Park, check out the full
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Limp Bizkit: 10 Essential Tracks That Prove Their Genius

While many might feel this article is a violent blast from the past, the intense theatrical and creative expression Limp Bizkit encompasses through their delivery, message, stage presence and theme remain unmatched by most. Of course, the music industry would still thrive without them and the presence of hundreds of other bands that also “kick holes in speakers” prove that the art remains alive, but no one quite does it like Limp Bizkit.

Having established themselves as a trusted brand for the dark art lovers, their work also elicit an openly adventurous mind and some dynamic perception; their music (their best work at least) come as a reflection of a broken inner self themed around existentialism and individualism. Lb’s works usually capture the strife modern patterns of life puts the individual through, and how unforgiving the philistine mind state of many can cripple those of others with a different

Reggae Britannia rediscovers Britain's soul

The BBC4 series condenses 50 years of British reggae deftly but have you noticed any notable omissions?

BBC4's Reggae Britannia series continues tonight with another raft of excellent programmes. Following last week's Reggae Britannia documentary, tonight sees Toots and the Maytals' Reggae Got Soul film, an archival round-up of Reggae at the BBC, Toots live from Glastonbury and an Arena film on Bob Marley.

This whole series – with its attendant concerts and web content – has been a long overdue tribute to Britain's reggae scene. While there's been some online grizzling about a few glaring omissions from the documentary's roll call (David Rodigan, Misty In Roots, Black Slate etc) one would have to assume that these people were unavailable, rather than deliberately left on the cutting-room floor in favour of the distinctly un-dread Boy George and Stewart Copeland.

Condensing any 50-year-old scene down into an hour – particularly one as nuanced
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