ATP ICELAND All Tomorrow's Parties - a boutique festival that has gained momentum in the UK, Spain, Australia and the US launched it's first event in Iceland this past Summer. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds headlined while a hand picked selection of local Icelandic groups made up the stirring festival line-up. The location of the festival was the real draw card. Wolf was there to take a few snaps.
CLICK FESTIVAL With attendance still growing, and a delectable spread of international artist in attendance, Helsingør’s Click Festival has all the key ingredients to become a Danish creative institution.
Roskilde: change makers and groove shakers Who says you can’t save the world from the dance floor? And certainly not the organisers of Denmark’s Roskilde Festival, who have been harnessing the power of partying since
WAY OUT WEST On August 8-10 Gothenburg, Sweden was the stage for Way Out West. A staple of the Swedish summer music festival circuit, warm weather welcomed performers such as The Knife, Kendrick Lamar, Beach House and Bat for Lashes amongst many, many more. Wolf was there to take a few snaps! Stay tuned for Edition Two for the full story.
Sónar Reykjavík 2014 — Mr. Wolf Magazine Sónar is an international festival of advanced music and media art. The festival was founded in Barcelona in 1994. Since that time is has spread all over the world, with sister festivals in the US, Germany, France, and now Iceland. The 2014 festival was held in Reykjavík from the 12th-14th of February. Wolf’s Reykjavík correspondent has the story.
ROSKILDE TWO THOUSAND & FOURTEEN Another Roskilde Festival year has come and gone, the revellers have nursed their hangovers to extinction, the party animals have returned to their natural working habitat and the slight ringing in Wolf’s ears has finally been silenced. Roskilde was such a surreal experience that there have been many times since the final curtain fell, that we’ve asked ourselves, did it really happen?
Trailerpark Festival is quaint, cute, creative and generally a genuine good time. Wolf had heard the word on the streets about Trailerpark, a festival with a fusion of installation art and musicians from the North, with three low key and intimate stages that made sure all in attendance got the right amount of dance and culture.