Radio 1 Breakfast show DJs Nick Grimshaw and Adele Roberts announced that this year’s music spectacular will take place in none other than Powderham Castle, Exeter.
Over the years BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend has become a staple in the UK’s festival calendar as the largest free ticketed event marking the start of festival season attracting some of the biggest names in music as well as hundreds of thousands of fans. With 2 packed days of music and a different location […]
Bowling For Soup just rocked Newcastle's O2 academy, check out our review and don't forget your Dickies.
After the apparent heartbreak that was 2013’s Farewell Tour, it seemed like an opportunity lost for anyone who’d never been to a Bowling For Soup show. However like an angel sent from the almighty in a beam of heavenly light, Jaret and the rest of the Soup boys have returned to the UK with their […]
After years of waiting, a song with Kanye West and the announcement of a huge stadium tour, Rihanna finally has a new album to talk about. Titled “Anti”, the Barbadian superstar released the album for free on Tidal on January 28 – and it’s not exactly what I expected. Excluding the previously released tracks FourFiveSeconds, B*tch […]
Texan rock quartet Bowling For Soup are heading for the Toon this February as part of their How About Another Round UK tour. The band’s unexpected return to Blighty was teased last year, appearing on the screens at Donnington Park’s Download Festival, and with 2016 finally upon us the tour is set to become reality […]
"This is Acting" album by Sia, music review.
Following her “1000 Forms Of Fear” album in 2015, Sia is back in the music scene and has recently released a new album (January 29). Sia is one of my favourite singer songwriters and her lyrics never cease to amaze me. You can clearly hear the passion and hurt in her voice when she sings. […]
Picture by: David Jensen/EMPICS Entertainment The excitement for festival season is starting to build as some of the biggest festivals across the world start to announce their first batch of acts. This morning Bestival played their hand and announced the first set of artists set to play at Isle Of Wight in September. The […]
Now with their fifth studio album debuting at Billboard’s number one, and entering the top five in the UK, Panic! At The Disco’s – Death Of A Bachelor is a rollercoaster of an album. Packed full of anthemic choruses, infectious beats and a relatively new sound, showcases Brandon Urie’s ability to tell a story in […]
It’s been 12 years since Robot Wars was on our screens and now the battleground is back for a new series. Northern Lights have decided to compile a top 12 list of our favourite robots. 12. Behemoth – A long-serving robot in the Robot Wars show. He was a tiger striped bulldozer that had the ability to […]
2016 is looking like a big year for Craig David! His cover of Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” went viral on the first week of the year and his new single with Big Narstie “When the Bassline Drops” is climbing up the charts. He talked exclusively to Spark’s Rute Correia to tell her everything about his […]
The music world lost a musical, cultural and fashion icon with the passing of David Bowie. His songs transpired across generations. Northern Lights have selected favourite David Bowie songs and looked at tributes from celebrities and journalists. 8. Magic Dance David Bowie sings along with the inclusion of many creatures and a baby, in the film […]