Royal Ramblings Meets William Regal on the Road to the NXT UK Tour

Danny Stone | Posted 07.06.2016 | UK Sport
Danny Stone

William Regal is a sports entertainment icon, a British and global wrestling legend and of course the current NXT General Manager. Royal Ramblings was...

Royal Ramblings: Five Reasons to be WWE Happy

Danny Stone | Posted 06.04.2016 | UK Sport
Danny Stone

The people's elbows have been dropped and the pedigrees delivered, the party is winding down and Wrestlemania is over. We have new champions, a new women's division championship belt and a host of new additions to the WWE roster. One might easily think that it is a time for sadness with more than 350 days until the next Wrestlemania but fear not! WWE is, as always, looking after it's universe of supporters and so here's five reasons why sports entertainment fans in the UK can feel suitably happy...

Royal Ramblings on Tour: Progress Live

Danny Stone | Posted 07.06.2015 | UK Sport
Danny Stone

For those that have followed the story of Progress, you will know that Jimmy Havoc, the plucky underdog turned evil king, has been the champion basically forever.

Download Festival 2013: Firing On All Cylinders

Rebecca Hobbs | Posted 17.08.2013 | UK Entertainment
Rebecca Hobbs

The 2013 offering of rock and metal always looked good on paper. In an odd way it almost looked too good, a tantalising smorgasbord of music whose taste would never quite live up to the presentation.

Which Festival Will Iron Maiden Headline?

PA | Posted 21.09.2012 | UK Entertainment

Iron Maiden are to headline next year's Download Festival - marking 25 years since they first played Donington Park. It will be the fifth time the ...

GUIDE: Top 10 British Music Festivals Of 2012

The Huffington Post UK | Sarah Dean | Posted 31.05.2012 | UK Entertainment

The kingpin of festivals Glastonbury is cancelled this summer and Diamond Jubilee and Olympic-themed events are dominating the headlines, but that's n...

The Indie Rap Economics of SOPA

MC Lars | Posted 02.04.2012 | UK Entertainment
MC Lars

If the internet were compromised or regulated to the point where the 13% of my traditional digital income (from iTunes, Spotify, and others) were to disappear, it could likely mean that people would turn to getting my music for free, which would then mean that I would need more ticket and t-shirt sales in order to maintain my income level. (My income, by the way, covers my expenses, taxes, and health insurance, and that's it.)