Lovebox festival, originally founded by Groove Armada in 2002, is returning this summer – with one of this year’s most impressive festival lineups.
In the most recent addition of Cultivation Interviews we spoke to the extremely talented, one-of-a-kind bLAck pARty.
The 22 Irish singer-songwriter, Jonathon Ng, recently released his debut album ‘vertigo’.
In this edition of Cultivation Interviews, we spoke to talented producer and musician Rory Behr.
As a teenager in modern-day society, it is one of the most stressful, important and decisive time lapses of life, and many people often face difficulties along their paths, even our idols, mine being Kid Cudi.
In the most recent edition of Cultivation Interviews we spoke to the extremely talented, Camden based MC and writer, Awate. Continue reading “AWATE//Cultivation Interviews”
Eugenius is an 80’s themed musical which looks at the life of a geek and his dreams to produce a comic book called “Tough Man”. The musical plays on ideas of Hollywood in the 80’s and the classic tale of geek to hero.
In 2017, the transition of hip hop has been astronomical, at the start of the year we were listening to lyrical storytelling rappers such as Macklemore and Russ, 12 months on – we have seen the style of music transition into something completely different to what it was.
Self-proclaimed ‘boyband’ Brockhampton have had an impressive year. After a critically acclaimed album trilogy and viceland series they have developed a cult fan base. But how have they achieved this in such a short time? Continue reading “The Rise of Brockhampton”
As December begins, here at cultivationuk.com, we decided to recap the plethora of music released in November, and discuss gems or under the radar artists we may have found during the path of November. So without further a do, at Number 5:
Last Wednesday, the cultivationuk.com team visited Denzel Curry’s concert taking place at Village Underground, Shoreditch.
Cultivation’s newest feature – our favorite new album or release from the past month that might have gone unjustly unnoticed.
Last Weekend, Lympne, a Kent village with a population under 2,000 hosted Kent’s largest annual music festival – Southbeats.