How the South was won

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Three days, 31 acts and two stages translated into one massive celebration of non-mainstream music – Rock the South 2014. All photos by Sarah Falzon. Once a year, the south comes alive with the sound of music. Only, it’s not the Julie Andrews kind, but a rollicking fusion of punk, rock, indie, ska, hip hop […]

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Rock the South: Explosions in the Sky

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 With apologies to the Texan post-rock band for nicking their name for my header, this happens to be the perfect way of describing the Rock the South festival that, as it were, rocked the south last weekend.  I’m talking musical explosions, of course, with some 17 bands coming together on two stages at Zion Reggae […]

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More top names for Rock the South

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Time for another music festival and peoples, this one’s definitely gonna raaaaaawk. Well, it is called Rock the South for a reason. Last year’s edition was chocful of good, old-fashioned fun. By old-fashioned, I mean it threw the spotlight right where it should be, on real music – and if you need me to explain […]

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U l-iXtruppaw regghu ghamluha

Tmiem il-gimgha gabet maghha Festahwid 8, bis-soltu tahlita ta’ bands li huma maghrufa ghall-livell ta’ partecipazzjoni li jispiraw fl-udjenza. Ghalkemm bil-mod il-mod l-affarijiet qed jinbiddlu xi daqsxejn, normalment fil-gigs li nattendi s-soltu (bl-eccezjoni ta’ xi grupp bhal ma huma l-Brikkuni) l-partecipazzjoni tal-udjenza tkun limitata ghal xi hames jew sitt ucuh jimmoxxjaw fuq quddiem. Il-partecipazzjoni tal-bqija […]

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