Nitelife Magazine – Shindig 2019 review

There are moments in life when the horizon seems so grim – socially, politically – that a good party becomes an expression of normality.  It’s a reminder that we’re all still standing: the wheels have not yet fallen off.

A sprinkling of devil dust, gutter glitter and all the beats in between. It’s rare to go to a festival so comfortable with its identity that there is a complete lack of artifice surrounding it.