BEAVERFEST – REVIEW

Cast your minds back into the freezing depths of winter (OK, three weeks ago) and ask yourself: what was the one party in Leeds that made the nightmare months between Christmas and spring a bit less shit? If your answer isn’t Beaverfest then your opinion is wrong! Held at the increasingly popular/notorious Beaver Works in … Continue reading

MISCHIEF FESTIVAL – REVIEW

To paraphrase one of Beans On Toast’s lyrics from ‘Death Of A Festival’, Slamboree’s huge summer track; there really does seem to be fifty different festivals every weekend. The main payoff for all our country’s S.A.D. inducing weather is that living in the UK, you are exposed to one of the most vibrant musical and … Continue reading

Typo causes nationwide vomiting: ‘Thatcher sex tape revealed’

We are reporting this story as there are no links from larger media organisations due to a media blackout relating to thousands of people across the country and beyond who have suffered from swift and violent sickness due to the typo ‘Thatcher sex tape revealed’. The story actually relates to Desperate Housewives star Teri Hatcher … Continue reading

BOOMTOWN FAIR – REVIEW

Occupying the space between the social utopia of a festival and the aesthetics of a dystopian future, between the debauchery and spontaneity of a freeparty and the measured creativity of an arts show; Boomtown fair is a singular and unforgettable experience. The purpose built but transient city, complete with swanky uptown districts and downtown ghettos, … Continue reading

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL – ALEGRÍA

“Behind each perilous leap, there is a purpose, an intention, an individual, an emotion” – Performers motto Last night saw the opening performance of one of the greatest, most prestigious and longest serving shows on earth, as Cirque Du Soleil graced the banks of the Thames and we here at JAM were lucky enough to … Continue reading