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Kendal Calling 2014 – festival preview

Get ready for the greatest festival in the North West with our preview of what's not to miss at Kendal Calling 2014.

Kendal Calling 2014 – line up announced

Kendal Calling has announced a first set of bands for its 2014 line up including Suede, Frank Turner, Happy Mondays and De La Soul

Hatcham Social – interview

'Summer all nighters and dark melancholia, drug-addled dreams and moon-age rage' Hatcham Social talk to us about their forthcoming album

Tim Peaks Diner: Kendal Calling 2013 – festival review

Imagined on Twitter and made real in the fields of Kendal Calling Tim Burgess's Tim Peaks Diner is a festival favourite for the damn fine coffee and magical musical moments it hosts

Kendal Calling 2013 – festival review

Kendal Calling is one of our favourite festivals and 2013 had a line up spoiling us for acts - Public Enemy, The Charlatans, Twisted Wheel, Johnny Marr and Primal Scream amongst them.

Kendal Calling 2013 – festival preview

If you've heard the call of the fields and are heading to Kendal Calling 2013 this weekend take a look at our recommendations for must-see bands

Last few tickets for Kendal Calling available

Kendal Calling are predicting the last few tickets for the 2013 festival will sell-out over the weekend - grab yours now!

Kendal Calling – festival live review

We heard the call and headed to the fields for Kendal Calling 2012

Kendal Calling – festival preview

We take a look at the highlights of the Kendal Calling line-up.

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