Snowbombing 2013: Friday's Frivolities
As the dust, or rather snowflakes settle, on the week that was Snowbombing Festival we look back on the last day’s highlights. 1. Watersplash Photograph by Danny North. Sometimes a picture really is worth a 1000 words. Who doesn’t want to see Superman on skiis? 2. Rudimental Photograph by Danny North. Rudimental are just what the crowd needs. The drum & bass quartet, with...
Snowboming 2013: Thoughts on Thursday
Today was a complete adventure: From my feeble attempts at skiing and the ridiculousness that was running straight off The Penken, to meeting Pat Sharp and Tony McGuinness with Coors Light at the press party, there is never a dull moment at Snowbombing Festival. 1. On Skiing Photograph by Danny North So I haven’t been skiing in at least 10 years. I hated it the first time around so...
Snowbombing 2013: Wednesday's Wonders
Back out again with The Coors Light team at Snowbombing Festival, this time they expore the mountain tops while some legendary DJs occupy the valley’s night time activities. 1. The Coors Light Oompah Band Flash Mob Firmly suited and snow-booted we headed top side in the morning to coax skiers and snowboarders away from their adrenaline fuelled descents into a good ol’ fashioned...
Snowbombing 2013: Tuesday's Top Tips
It’s Street Party day here in Mayrhofen, it’s also the day the big boarding names begin to arrive. We take a trip up top with Vans and hang out at the bottom with Coors Light to bring you highlights from both. 1. To Catch the Pros at their Best Head to The Vans Park Photograph by Andrew Whitton The sun blazing bright we took the long, complicated trip top side to check out the...
Snowbombing 2013: Monday's Best Moments
With the first full day of Snowbombing behind us, we look back at yesterday’s highlights including some breath taking above the clouds scenery and a mind blowing performance from London Elektricty. 1. The Calm Before The Storm Mayrhofen is eerily disserted in the day as punters exchange glow sticks for ski sticks and hit the slopes. Next to the gently pumping bass...
10 Things I Learnt on the Snowbombing Roadtrip:...
The journey so far … 1. It’s Never Too Early To Dance It’s 6am. I’m standing in the cold patiently waiting for the bus to kick start my journey towards Maidstone East. My early morning woes soon deepen from forgotten gloves to cancelled trains. I wonder whether I’ll even make the first pit stop on our roadtrip to Mayrhofen’s Snowbombing Festival. Of course,...
disco naïveté: introducing: Float Fall →
disconaivete: Belgium is blossoming as of lately, with excellent releases from Trixie Whitley, Imaginary Family and Soldier’s Heart to name a few. Today we add another name to that list: Float Fall. Float Fall are a duo that have been playing gigs here and there without an actual single out, a…
stream: Say Lou Lou - Julian
disconaivete: DN darlings Say Lou Lou (formerly Saint Lou Lou) have unveiled Julian, the long-awaited follow-up to their stellar debut single Maybe You, which is just as sweet and romantic as the latter. We had already seen the sisters play a stripped-down version of the song a while ago at Stockholm’s Färgfabriken, but this proper studio version of Julian is better than we even dreamed of....