Got plans for this summer? From intimate festivals of only 1000 people to the 90,000 strong crowds of Reading and Leeds, Matthew Prudham provides a personal guide to some of the highlights of 2018's summer festival season.
By Tom Watling Up until a year and half or so ago I hadn’t the slightest clue any which way about jazz music, and then, meeting this wafro-clad, bible-reading jazz-obsessed raver of a man, whose name I will omit for his sake, I begun to...
Tom Watling discusses the prominence of image in music: “in such a digitalised world, image quite possibly overtakes voice”.
Tristan Jane, bassist of the up and coming Exeter-based rock trio Black Foxxes, chatted with Palatinate ahead of their biggest UK headline tour.
Matthew Prudham reviews the debut album of Durham student group The Monroes.
"The fair representation of women in the music industry can only be described as a dichotomy, where female musicians should not be forced into sexualisation but also reserve the right to sexualise themselves."
Struggling to find something to listen to this week? Palatinate Music has you covered.