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Name: Maria ILovePopMusic Galea Age: 23 Origin: Malta Superpower: Knowing all the parts to Hamilton: An American Musical Musical Allegiance: A pop ballad with a heart-wrenching, big belting chorus LDN Role: Editorzilla Personal blog/website/Twitter: @MariaGalea —————————————————————————————————————————————– Name: Connor pearljunk Winyard Age: 21 Origin: Rayleigh Superpower: Able to recall all 197 country flags of the world…

LDN Merch

All we want for Christmas…is music merch! Do you have a music lover in your life you who you still need to buy a present for? Look no further! Here is LDN’s merch guide with everything you could need to keep music lovers happy this Christmas! Team LDN know their music, love bands and ADORE…

Live Review: Deaf Havana @ O2 Academy Brixton, 07.11.18

Headlining O2 Academy Brixton is a big deal; that’s exactly what alternative rock band Deaf Havana did. Following the release of their fifth studio album Rituals, the English 5-piece play their biggest show to date to a whopping 5,000 people. With support from Stereo Honey, and IDKHOW, the show is roaring to start. Accompanied with…

LDN ISSUE 2

LDN Issue 2 is out now! Click here to check it out.

A Saharan Acid Western

Released November 23, 2018, Zerzura is the original soundtrack to the film (of the same name) composed by and starring Ahmoudou Madassane, a prolific Tuareg multi-instrumentalist. Regarded as the first ever ‘Saharan acid Western’, Zerzura tells the tale of a nomad’s search for a magic city of gold through free form guitar improvisations. Madassane encapsulates a…

Live review: Matt Maltese @ EartH Hackney, 27.11.18

In front of a giant glowing heart and perched behind a keyboard is everyone’s favourite South London crooner Matt Maltese – a 22 year-old who has been compared to Leonard Cohen. His first London show since his headline at Scala earlier this summer is met with roars of applause from the Hackney Arts Centre (or EartH…

Christmas cheer?

What do Bruce Springsteen, Wham!, Louis Armstrong and Mariah Carey have in common? They all have huge Christmas hits. They might have been released decades ago but almost everyone can sing along to them. You might hate them, you might even love them but not knowing them is not an option. During the end of…

Dance Music – From Hedonism to Exclusivity

It is 2018 and dance music is everywhere. Dominating charts and festival line-ups, the genre is almost inescapable whether you like it or not. However, much of the scene today is unrecognisable in comparison to when it was first born in the early 80’s. Inclusivity and togetherness has been replaced by overproduction and greed. Over…

Not so down under.

2018 has been the year of the dog. Venus (hysterically) went into retrograde and the world got flipped upside down as music from Oz dominated attention overseas. Technically, this isn’t really revolutionary. Australia has always been the birthplace of sonic champions. There’s Kylie, ultimate dreamboat and icon to us all (petition for a Kylie agony…