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Here's a list of things to do in rainy London as we can’t think of anything worse than exploring London with puddles in your shoes.
Festival season! If you need to push your mates to get booking, just show them these pics and they'll be on it quicker than you can say 'Glastonbury'...
Summer's here, which can only mean on thing... festivals! Check out our European Festivals Calendar to get you in the mood to party your summer away.
Malaysia, famous for being a melting pot of culture, can serve up some sumptuous festivals of its own. Here are some of the craziest and best Malaysian festivals.
A rundown of the best music festivals in the UK this summer featuring where exactly they are, how much they cost, and the top three line up announcements...
We couldn't resist the opportunity to chat to the frontman of The Fridge Magnets, the band that NME have named 'Scotland's buzziest / drunkest band'.
We've searched through our messages boards and included some of your favourite tracks (as well as a few of our own) so get listening to some bangin tunes!
Lex Luca has worked with the best in the business. The hugely talented DJ and producer is currently living in Costa Rica, so had a chat about music and travel.
Deep, dark bass vibrates through the ground, a tasty drum beat cuts through the cold air and a drawn out trombone note is carried on the crisp autumn breeze.
The One Twos ; brilliant songs and even better shows. We caught up with frontman Matt Clark to chat about two of our favourite things, music and travelling.
You Me At Six have had a big year in which they've managed to bag themselves a Kerrang! award (again) and saw their latest album go gold.
Indian Red Lopez are just about to drop their debut album, 'Empty Your Lungs and Breathe', and embark on a National tour from Aberdeen to London.
Picnick hasn't been on the dance scene for that long but he's already taking his parties from London to Spain. We caught up with him to see what he's in to.
For three weeks the population of Scotland's capital doubles and the city plays host to a vast number of cultural events and shows. Armed with only a camera, gapyear.com's webmaster Cormac Scanlan was dispatched to the Edinburgh Fringe to soak up and document as much arty, cultural festivalness as he could.
For those of you reading this who have no idea what ‘circular breathing’ is, it is simply a technique for playing an instrument that enables you to keep an unbroken note flowing. Saxophonists and trumpet players use it to enable them to play and play, as do Aboriginals who invented the technique thousands of years ago in order to play the digeridoo.