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08 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Bestival – The Summer Festival Finale

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This weekend played host to Bestival, one of the UK’s top summer festivals which takes place annually on the Isle of Wright. It’s seen by many as the finale of summer festivals and boasts a huge line-up. This year was no exception with a theme of ‘desert island disco’ which saw thousands of revellers don wacky costumes. With a multitude of live entertainment, dance stages and parades, Bestival really is a wonderful way to end the summer. Here were our favourites from the weekend:

Foals

Saturday night headliners Foals are recognised as being one of the UKs top live acts and they did not disappoint! Playing a steady 75 minute set, they hinted that their Bestival performance will be their last show for a while. Listen to them here.

Outkast

Legends of hip-hop Outkast also headlined at Wireless. They closed the main stage on Friday night, bringing out all their old hits such as ‘Hey Ya’ and ‘Ms Jackson’. The duo is considered one of the most successful hip hop groups of all time, selling in total over 25 million records. Listen for yourself, here.

 

London Grammar 

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The melancholic London Grammar are relatively new in the music world with their debut album If You Wait released in late 2013. They have rocketed to success, their album selling over 356,000 copies and securing many spots in festivals all over the UK, including Glastonbury. They claimed their Bestival performance was the biggest crowd they have played for yet. Listen here.

 

Basement Jaxx

Electronic pair Basement Jaxx drew in the largest crowd with the audience taking up most of the field. They have been around for years, rising to fame in the 1990s and still going strong. They have just released their 7th album, Junto. Check it out here.

 If you’re missed out this year, don’t worry. We’ve have put together a playlist of all this summer’s top festival tunes so you can relive all the best moments of 2014.

What was your favourite festival song of the summer? Tweet us @PURE_insider, and we’ll pop it on our playlist!

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05 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

A Pure insight into IFA 2014

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What is IFA we hear you murmur? IFA, set in the German capital, Berlin, is one of Europe’s biggest consumer electronics shows that traditionally sees major tech companies launch the world’s best-selling mobile devices, TVs and audio devices. It’s also home for the next six days.

The event is an opportunity for some of the biggest players, like Sony, Samsung, Apple, and Panasonic alongside new start-ups, and “ones to watch” (like ourselves), to showcase new and exciting technologies that are set to make an appearance in our lives over the coming months. From smartphones to laptops, wearables to home appliances, IFA has it all.

So, what can we expect to see? The short answer, lots. While we are on the ground we wanted to keep you abreast of the latest news and give you a glimpse of what’s to come.

Smaller and smarter was a trend in the smartphone industry when they first came out, but as it appears, with the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy Edge, which sports a drop away screen, curving sharply on the right edge, conjuring connotations of an infinity pool, alongside rumours of Apple’s impending launch of the iPhone 6, marks a distinct move into the “phablet” sector. “Phablet” being a cross between phone and tablet, no, we aren’t a fan of that phrase either.

Of course, there is lots more going on than just mobile phones. The two key trends that are expected to take off in the next year, as we see it are: wearables and wireless audio streaming, and we’ve given you a little break down on each.

The home is going to be where the magic happens, with the launch of a number of new curved high definition screens, and ultra-high definition TVs, new home appliances and of course, our favourite, wireless audio streaming. All of which are set to make our homes a connected haven.

As you may have seen, yesterday, we launched our Jongo X Series, designed to provide a seamless and synchronised audio stream around your home for any music, and any app. So what does that really mean? Well, if you have more than one Jongo in your household, it uses Wi-Fi to send that audio around the house, using a family of technologies called Caskeid to keep the audio in sync. Flexibility and choice being a key feature in this trend, you can also stream your favourite music from any audio app to multiple Jongo speakers.

While we’re on the subject of making our homes an enjoyable place, another exciting technology that caught our attention, was the launch of the Dyson, ‘360 Eye’ robotic vacuum cleaner with live cameras, take a look here. We appreciate it might not make it into every home just yet, but we’re looking forward to giving one a go when they do.

Wearables, to those that aren’t in the know yet are clothing and accessories incorporating computers and advanced electronic technologies. Despite being widely talked about, it looks likely that this will soon be the next phenomenon with everyone getting in on the action. Yesterday, we saw Sony launch the SW3 smart watch and there is also talk of Apple unveiling its “iWatch”, a wrist-worn device that links wirelessly to its iconic iPhones or iPads. Another that caught our eye was the launch of the Kizon, LG’s wearable for concerned parents. Thanks to WiFi and GPS, it will help parents locate their children at any given time, as well as working as a one-button emergency dialling device, thanks to its SIM card.

New technology enters our lives on a daily basis, some subtle and others that have a huge impact on the way we live. It is second nature to many, and still daunting for some, but if this show teaches us anything, it’s to embrace it, as there is lots more to come.

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04 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Pure announces major update for its Jongo multiroom speaker system

Jongo X Series introduced with fresh look, new sound and enhanced performance

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London, 4th September 2014: Pure announces the Jongo X Series, a major update to its Jongo multiroom speaker system that delivers a fresh look, a new audio profile, and a series of features that enhance overall performance and the way the system is set up and operated.

This is the second major update for Jongo following the recent ‘Bluetooth Caskeid’ update that enabled users to stream any music service, such as Spotify and Deezer, to single, stereo or multiroom speakers from any smartphone or tablet. This latest ‘X Series’ update now takes the system to the next level with a whole host of enhancements.

Fresh look: The Jongo X Series comes with a fresh look, high quality speaker grille with an understated ‘P’ in the corner, which can be swivelled to a vertical or landscape position depending on the speaker orientation. All Jongo speakers come in a choice of black or white. The black speakers come with a graphite speaker grille and the white with a new ice coloured grille in response to consumer demand. Consumers can purchase additional speaker grilles in a range of neutral and vibrant colours to match their home décor.

New sound: Pure’s audio engineering team has re-architected the DSP (Digital Signal Processor) to introduce a new unified sound to the Jongo X range and added dynamic equalization, which delivers a richer bass and finer tuned audio regardless of the volume level.

New set-up: Jongo is now even easier to set up and use. There is a new app assisted set-up process using the Pure Connect app that takes the user through the set-up process with no need to press any buttons on the speakers.

Smarter speakers: Pure has introduced smart session management to the Jongo speaker system so that the user can return to a previous session,  continue listening to the content they were listening to and retain the speaker grouping even if they lose Wi-Fi connection by leaving the house. This new way of managing the session also improves the stability and performance of the system by streamlining the management of unparalleled synchronisation delivered by Caskeid, the family of technologies developed by Pure’s parent company, Imagination Technologies. Multiple sessions can be established within the home using different control devices.

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The new Jongo X Series is made up of the S3X portable wireless speaker (SRP £129.99) and the T2X, T4X and T6X wireless speakers (SRP £99.99, £149.99, £199.99) and will be available from October. All current Jongo owners will benefit from the new software enhancements via an update.

About Pure

Pure is a world leading consumer electronics manufacturer and leads the way in music streaming and radio systems, multiroom audio and entertainment cloud services with the Pure Connect portal www.pureconnect.com as well as innovating in new areas. Designed and engineered in the UK, all of Pure’s products are manufactured with the environment in mind and at ethically audited facilities. Pure is a division of Imagination Technologies Group plc. See www.pure.com.

 

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03 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Pure moves into new state-of-the-art custom designed HQ

Sales and marketing team to capitalise on key growth markets

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[l-r – Antony Chicken, Chris Moseley, Nick Hucker]

London, UK, 3rd September 2014: Pure has moved its head-quarters into brand new, custom designed premises with state-of-the-art engineering and test facilities.

The new building is phase two of a development located in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, that is being specially built to house both Pure and Imagination, Pure’s parent company. New facilities include a demonstration room showcasing the full range of products; a custom built sound room for fine tuning audio products plus state-of-the-art engineering laboratories incorporating two RF chambers, environmental test chambers and 3D printing/prototyping capabilities.

The move prepares Pure for a new phase as it focusses on new growth markets and develops its presence in international territories. Additionally Pure’s sales and marketing team has been merged and restructured to accommodate this development.

Nick Hucker, Pure’s senior sales and marketing director now takes on overall responsibility for both departments globally and is joined by Chris Moseley, Pure’s new head of marketing, who has over ten years’ experience in the consumer electronics industry, most recently with Samsung. Antony Chicken takes the position of head of UK sales and will apply the benefit of his 15 years’ experience at Pure to oversee the independent channel, grocers and multiple retailers.

Nick Hucker says: “This move and refined organisation is a key milestone in Pure’s history and readies us to capitalise on new opportunities identified worldwide. We will continue to build on our solid foundation within digital radio with a strong product roadmap in the road to digital radio switchover, whilst growing our presence within the wireless and multiroom audio category, which is seeing huge growth globally.”

Pure is part of the Imagination Technologies Group, a global technology leader, employing 1600 people across 22 offices globally. Pure’s role is two-fold, partly to develop and market its own technologies and products, and to market other technologies developed within the group. Digital radio has been a key example for this, with 85% of digital radios globally containing Pure and Imagination Technologies’ technology. The technology (Caskeid), which Pure’s range of Jongo multiroom speakers operate on, is also being successfully rolled into a number of major brands and retailers’ products globally. Continuing this, Pure is engaged in a number of ground breaking technologies that will appear in consumer products, within the next 12 months.

For more information, please visit www.pure.com

About Pure

Pure is a world leading consumer electronics manufacturer and leads the way in music streaming and radio systems, multiroom audio and entertainment cloud services with the Pure Connect portal www.pureconnect.com as well as innovating in new areas. Designed and engineered in the UK, all of Pure’s products are manufactured with the environment in mind and at ethically audited facilities. Pure is a division of Imagination Technologies Group plc. See www.pure.com.

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01 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

No Devotion – Sound Control

Cardiff-based, Samoans start things with a strange but wonderful mix of prog and math-rock, a genre that emerged in the late 80′s and that was influenced by both the intricacies of progressive

and avant-garde rock – King Crimson, Frank Zappa and 20th century composers such as Steve Reich and John Cage. With intricate guitars and extensive drum beats, they sound something like the lovechild of

No DevotionBiffy Clyro and Deftones.

With everyone gathered upstairs in Sound Control ,waiting with baited breath, No Devotion have a lot to live up to and even more to prove. With six amazing, accomplished, musicians it was never going to be a hard thing to  do. With this being only their second gig as a band, they start off a little shyly, but soon the nerves are shed and they play a tight set.

’10,000 Summers’ is hook central, and will certainly be one the fans will favour singing along to. The set does have some shaky parts, but that is to be expected with such a brand new project. With ‘Stay’, one of two tracks already heard by the public, Rickly spills his heart out to the world. The instrumental section really allowed the band to show off just how talented they are, with Luke Johnson drumming like part man, part machine. The band have strayed away from much of their older sound, but there’s still that catchy rock feel to them, bringing influence from The Cure as well as Rickly’s hardcore background. Everyone that managed to catch them on this tour should feel incredibly lucky, as I don’t see them playing venues this small again.Geoff Rickly is a solid frontman, having been around the scene for over 15 years, his vocals have a raw energy that just isn’t found in enough singers these days. Stuart Richardson’s pounding bass and the often, almost, duelling guitars of Mike Lewis and Lee Gaze sound like a harmonic war.

 

More of No Devotion’s music can be found here:

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All images © Meghan Keene

 

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01 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Conor Oberst – Manchester Cathedral

 

 Conor Oberst - CREDIT Butch Hogan

On first glance, Manchester Cathedral doesn’t look the most likely place to put on gigs. One girl in the queue actually asks, “would God approve of this?”, but with music bringing about a sense of belonging and community, it isn’t such a far stretch from religion in my mind.The crowd is an odd mix of people, ranging from middle class suit wearers just out of work, hipster students trying to outdo each other, and musicaficionados just wanting to hear the bands. But one thing does unite everyone, the love of music and the near desperation for Conor Oberst to play.

First at the pulpit is Dawes. Their soaring guitar solos remind me of ‘My Morning Jacket’. Although there are a few die-hard fans singing along, the rest of the crowd just doesn’t seem to be won over. This is a band with power and energy but they just don’t seem to be connecting with the majority of the crowd. Not sure if the lack of atmosphere is anything to do with the band personally, or if it’s down to the venue itself.

With the crowd so eager to see him, Conor Oberst has them in the palm of his hand before even stepping foot onstage. Within the first song he manages to whip the crowd into a frenzy. They clamber closer to the stage, clinging to each other, in hope of being nearer. His voice sounds like heart-breaking desperation, occasionally cracking on notes and tripping on words in his haste to get his feelings out. The feeling and presence is there in abundance though.

The atmosphere is almost tangible with the crowd swaying back and forth, singing every word at the top of their lungs. Some even begin to cry, overwhelmed by everything. This is clearly not just a gig but an emotional rollercoaster for some. Oberst himself plays like a man possessed, writhing around as if the music is too much for him to bear and must get it out in any way possible. The whole things seems suitably fitting for the venue; with the lighting bathing him in an eerie shadow, Oberst looks like a preacher commanding his congregation. His voice reaches every corner and echoes throughout the cathedral leaving everyone captivated.

‘Desert Island Questionnaire’ sounds akin to a battle cry, the words being almost spat out into the world for all to hear. With ‘Lua’ bringing the audience to a standstill with everyone silent as it’s delivered similar to a sermon. The members of Dawes, who are Oberst’s band for this tour, give the set such a grand and sweeping feel that it’s hard not to get caught up and go along with it.

His latest album, ‘Upside Down Mountain’, is out now on Nonesuch Records.

*picture credit: Butch Hogan

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28 August 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Pure re-invents digital radio with the help of its customers

Pure launches Pop, a consumer led and design-focused range of digital radios

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London, UK, 28th August 2014: Pure, today introduces the Pop family, a revolutionary style of digital radio ‘designed for the listener’.

The Pop range is designed to reinvent radio and is based on insights from extensive research with radio listeners. Its key design elements are derived from a study into how people want to use and interact with their radios. The result is a trio of products, Pop Mini, Pop Midi and Pop Maxi, with instant access and ease of use at the forefront of its design, while delivering high quality audio.

Instant access to radio content was a key requirement, so the Pop’s controls are centred on a large button on the top of the radio. Users can now turn on their radio at the ‘pop’ of the button and the radio will automatically revert to the previous station and volume. In addition, there are easy access presets to quickly change station. There is also strong support for Bluetooth across the range in response to many customers wanting dual functionality and access to wireless streaming.

Both a small footprint and great sound quality were equally high on the list, which is why the range comes in a compact and stylish vertical design to cater for space conscious home owners. The Pop Mini and Midi deliver exceptional sound for their size while, the top of the range, Pop Maxi delivers a powerful, stereo sound available from either FM, digital radio or streaming through Bluetooth. Other research dictates that consumers like to be able to view a large, clear clock display as well as the scrolling text, which is why Pop is now the first Pure product to deliver this. As a flexible battery solution was also considered important, Pop has the option for eco-friendly ‘fit and forget’ rechargeable ChargePAK, as well alkaline or standard rechargeable batteries.

Nick Hucker, senior director of sales and marketing at Pure, says: “Since inception, digital radio design has remained largely unchanged, despite the evolution of consumer listening habits. Many entry level digital radios lack individuality and quality audio, despite the advances in technology and high-quality sound engineering. This is why we wanted to introduce Pop, a product focused on how consumers interact with their digital radio, based on functionality, ease of use, while maintaining a stylish design and first class audio that Pure customers are accustomed to.”

Pop Mini

The smallest radio in the Pop family is designed to take up as little space as possible on the kitchen worktop or the bedside table. Its mini design also lends itself to being portable, meaning it can be taken with the owner from the kitchen to the study with ease. It features 10 presets with 5 dedicated keys in response to consumer feedback on ease of use, so it’s ideal for all the family to use.

Pop Midi

Midi has an identical footprint to Mini but with its taller size, comes with a bigger sound. The radio is ideal for all rooms in the home as well as music listening in the garden. There is also a version of Pop Midi with Bluetooth that delivers the ultimate in dual functionality, giving users both a high quality radio and a Bluetooth streaming speaker in one.

Pop Maxi

Maxi is the biggest radio in the Pop family, double the size of Midi – but also double the sound. Maxi is a stereo product with Bluetooth as standard, giving users the ability to stream music from any smartphone direct to their radio, inside and outside the home.

Benefitting from Pure’s heritage of British design and engineering, the practical and stylish Pop family use highly energy efficient digital audio amplification to deliver the best possible sound quality, excellent battery life and low power consumption. The Pop family comes with three years warranty as standard and is mains powered with the option to take regular alkaline batteries or an eco-friendly rechargeable ChargePAK D1 for portable use. As with all Pure’s current range of digital radio, Pop is Digital Radio tick approved, meaning the range is ready for a Digital Radio switchover, ensuring it will not only look good and sound great in any room, but is future proofed.

The range starts from an SRP of £59.99 up to £99.99, the Pop Midi will be available to buy at all good electrical retailers and https://shop.pure.com/UK/ from September with the rest of the family coming later in the year. For more information on the range, including technical specifications and more, please visit  www.pure.com.

About Pure

Pure is a world leading consumer electronics manufacturer and leads the way in music streaming and radio systems, multiroom audio and entertainment cloud services with the Pure Connect portal www.pureconnect.com as well as innovating in new areas. Designed and engineered in the UK, all of Pure’s products are manufactured with the environment in mind and at ethically audited facilities. Pure is a division of Imagination Technologies Group plc. See www.pure.com.

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20 August 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Pure changes the face of award-winning radio

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Pure takes inspiration from key colour trends for its new Evoke Mio digital radios

London, UK, 20th August 2014: Pure, today announces its Evoke D2 and D4 Mio range of digital radios with Bluetooth in a choice of seven interchangeable casings to suit every interior.

Taking inspiration from 2014/2015 key colour trends*, the new Evoke D2 (SRP £129.99) and D4 (SRP £179.99) Mio ranges are available in seven new colours, Almond, Aloe, Cerulean, Charcoal, Pewter, Raspberry and Scarlet. As the chosen colours match key trends for small domestic appliances, such as kettles and toasters, users can match their radio to their kitchen décor. The stylish leather effect casings are available to purchase as accessories for (SRP £24.99 and £29.99) so it’s easy to update the radio’s look.

Both models come with Bluetooth as standard giving users the flexibility to stream music wirelessly from their smartphone or tablet both inside and outside the home.

The new radios build on the success of the iconic Evoke, renowned for excellence and quality and offer something for all the family. The luxury but compact Evoke D2 Mio is ideal for small spaces from the kitchen to the study, while the premium Evoke D4 Mio is perfect for all around the home including the bedroom, thanks to its handy SnoozeHandle**. Both models come with the added assurance of a three year warranty.

Nick Hucker, senior director of sales and marketing at Pure, says: “For many consumers, home and garden improvements are one of life’s great loves, which is why our new range comes with interchangeable casings, giving consumers that added flexibility when they next choose to customise their home.”

Benefitting from Pure’s heritage in British design and engineering, both radios are packed with high-quality components, hand tuned and built with wooden cabinets to enhance audio. This combined with highly energy efficient digital audio amplification, the Evoke D2 and D4 Mios deliver the best possible sound quality. They also benefit from excellent battery life and low power consumption.

Other features include an aux input for an iPod/ MP3 player, alarm, sleep and snooze timers, high quality OLED display and a kitchen timer. The radios can also be taken out and about thanks to support for the optional rechargeable battery packs, which give users up 20 hours of portable listening per charge for the Evoke D2 Mio and 12-15 hours for the Evoke D4 Mio. The Evoke D4 Mio also comes with a remote control. As with all of Pure’s current range of digital radios, both models are Digital Tick approved, meaning they are ready for a Digital Radio switchover, ensuring they will not only look good and sound great in any room, but are future proofed.

The Evoke D2 (SRP £129.99) and D4 (SRP £179.99) Mios will be available to buy at all good electrical retailers, and https://shop.pure.com/UK/. The interchangeable casings are available from and SRP of £24.99. For more information on the range, including technical specifications and more, please visit  www.pure.com.

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14 August 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Sweet sounds for a Sweet Tooth

As season five of The Great British Bake Off, is well under way, and our favourites are starting to shine, we’re ready to get creative in the kitchen.Images

As we all know that sound is the perfect accompaniment to baking – We’ve decided to inspire you to have your very own bake-off, to do this we’ve created a baking playlist on our Pure Connect audio streaming service  and even suggested a cake to get you started.

With many famous chefs, including René Redzepi, choosing heavy metal as their genre of choice in the kitchen, we’ve added in a cheeky number from recent Glastonbury headliners, Metallica, great for listening over the sounds of the oven fan or blender. If you prefer something a little more upbeat however, check out Norwegian DJ Kygo, or if something more relaxed is up your street, why not pop on some jazz, we suggest Miles Davis or Gregory Porter.

You can listen to the full playlist here on Pure Connect. Why not share your favourite baking songs with us and we can add them to our playlist, just tweet us or Facebook us with #myjam #GBBO

If our playlist hasn’t got you in the mood to bake yet, why don’t you throw on some reggae, add a little spice and try out this delicious recipe for a Jamaican Ginger Cake.

Ingredients

80g dark brown Sugar

50g butter

150g self-raising flower

1 egg

50ml dark rum

1tsp of ground ginger

1tsp allspice

50g finely chopped stem ginger

100g golden syrup

100g black treacle

Instructions

Firstly, preheat the oven to 180C/350F/gas mark 4, and line your round baking tin with grease proof paper. Put the butter, treacle, syrup, and sugar into a saucepan and melt. Let the mixture cool down a little before adding the rum and chopped ginger, and then the (beaten) egg. Sieve the flower, ground ginger and allspice and then add to the pan. Stir it all together and pour it into your baking tin. Let it bake for 40-45 minutes (if you want to check if it’s ready insert a skewer or fork into the cake, if it comes out clean it’s ready). Once you have removed it from the oven let it cool and then pour a little syrup over the top.

Happy baking!

If you want the sweet sound of music while baking it’s worth considering  our Evoke D2 for example, which looks great in any kitchen, or something more stylish such as our Orla Kiely Evoke Mio, which come equipped with kitchen timers, so baking couldn’t be easier.

For more information on our digital radios please visit: www.pure.com

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11 August 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Edinburgh Fringe Festival

 

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The Edinburgh Fringe Festival kicked off last week which hosts an array of entertainment including music, comedy, theatre and dance. This year the Edinburgh Fringe Festival runs for a period of 25 days (1st August until the 25th) in which the population of Edinburgh doubles with people all over the word visiting to become a part of it all.  In keeping with the start of the festival and the celebration of one of the largest arts festivals in the world we have put together a playlist on Pure Connect of famous Scottish music artists in a host of genres. From indie rock from the likes of Franz Ferdinand and The Fratellis, electronic with Chvrches and Calvin Harris or if you’re feeling extra cultural give Celtic rock band Runrig a listen.

You can listen to the playlist here.

Alternatively if radio is your channel of choice, the BBC is broadcasting the best from the Fringe. Check out BBC Radio 3’s Queen’s Hall series which presents fifteen episodes featuring concerts from the Queen’s Hall in Edinburgh. You can listen to BBC Radio 3 live here, or on any of our digital radios.

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