Opening a stage is never easy, but musician Astronomyy did it with ease, providing the perfect soundtrack for the early afternoon
It's not that I don't like music. I like music, loads. All different kinds of music. It's not even that I don't like camping. I have voluntarily, repeatedly, slept in a field without a tent in February with the Army Reserve. Festival camping is veritable luxury compared to that. You don't have to poo in a bush. You don't have to eat cold yellow soup of an indeterminate flavour out of a foil bag.
London is staking its claim as the home of the UK music festival scene. The capital continues to attract the biggest names to play huge shows on star studded bills throughout the summer. From indoor arenas, to the cities many parks, London will be alive with the sound of music and after a day of partying it's only a tube ride back to a warm shower and a comfy bed.
How much fun can you have in a field? A lot if you're heading down to Victoria Park on Saturday May 25th.
Something that interests me as a voracious consumer of new music is the rise of multi-venue festivals where you can try and