Monthly Archives: May 2010

Gorillaz to Replace U2 at Glastonbury

It was announced today that Gorillaz will be replacing U2 as the Friday night headliner at this year’s Glastonbury Festival. Yesterday Bono announced that he was to pull out of several summer gigs due to a back injury including the

Gorillaz to Replace U2 at Glastonbury

It was announced today that Gorillaz will be replacing U2 as the Friday night headliner at this year’s Glastonbury Festival. Yesterday Bono announced that he was to pull out of several summer gigs due to a back injury including the

Vintage Party

Written for FLEX Newspaper Eight bar was host to a quaint ‘vintage’ party in promotion of the recently opened Two Little Birds vintage shop. Nestled in a back road behind Tesco in Falmouth, it doesn’t fit in with the rest

Vintage Party

Written for FLEX Newspaper Eight bar was host to a quaint ‘vintage’ party in promotion of the recently opened Two Little Birds vintage shop. Nestled in a back road behind Tesco in Falmouth, it doesn’t fit in with the rest

Record Companies Losing Out

Record companies are suffering the worst from illegal downloads according to head of marketing at DECCA Records, Emma Newman. She spoke to students at University College Falmouth the other week who were interested to know more about the marketing side

Record Companies Losing Out

Record companies are suffering the worst from illegal downloads according to head of marketing at DECCA Records, Emma Newman. She spoke to students at University College Falmouth the other week who were interested to know more about the marketing side

Vinyls are Back

The way we consume music over the past 50 years has changed dramatically. From a huge round vinyl disc which would have a needle run over it to produce sound we have transformed music into the ‘mp3’ format, one which

Vinyls are Back

The way we consume music over the past 50 years has changed dramatically. From a huge round vinyl disc which would have a needle run over it to produce sound we have transformed music into the ‘mp3’ format, one which

Front Row Flag Ban at Glastonbury Festival

Emily Eavis, daughter of festival organiser Michael Eavis, has just ‘tweeted’ that there will be a partial ban on flags at this year’s Glastonbury Festival. Earlier this year following a large number of complaints an online poll was created to

Front Row Flag Ban at Glastonbury Festival

Emily Eavis, daughter of festival organiser Michael Eavis, has just ‘tweeted’ that there will be a partial ban on flags at this year’s Glastonbury Festival. Earlier this year following a large number of complaints an online poll was created to