Words: Laura Weingrill It was a sad day for music when British indie group Bombay Bicycle Club announced their breakup back in 2016, after many years of success and fame. For a very long time, no one was sure whether they would ever hear from their beloved rockers again; but almost to the day four years later, news was spread that seemed almost too good … Continue reading Live Review: Bombay Bicycle Club @ Alexandra Palace, 07.02.2020
They say time flies when you’re having fun, and The Jungle Giants’ Brixton gig seems to be no exception… read our full review! Continue reading Live Review: The Jungle Giants @ Electric Brixton, 01.02.2020
Words: Ellie Desborough | Photography: Bethan McConnell (Instragram/Twitter: @BethanMcConnell Post-Britpop-ish indie rockers FEET released their new Christmas single, ‘Vegetarian Christmas’, last week, so their flat has been transformed into a majestic winter wonderland. Well, not quite. But there is something endearing about the white socks duct-taped on the brick wall with their names scribbled on with Sharpie. I sit down with Oli, Callum, Harry and … Continue reading Merry Creasemas: A Festive FEET Q&A
Words: PJ Kimber Featured Image: Credit Christopher Bethell I have already met Emma Garland. But, this actually made me more nervous to meet her properly, introductions and all. I know her as the features editor at VICE – formerly of Noisey – and someone whose work I have admired for years. We first ‘met’ at the VICE UK 15th Anniversary party. I was a bit … Continue reading Copying ‘Lolita’ and Bullshit Writing: An Interview with Emma Garland
Words: Lauren Dehollogne Depeche Mode’s new documentary ‘Spirits in the Forest’ isn’t as much about them as it is about their dedicated fan base. Six people from around the world – Mongolia to the US to Romania – were picked by Dutch director and photographer Anton Corbijn to convey the story of their dedication. One French fan woke up from a coma to only remember … Continue reading An evening with Anton Corbijn on his Depeche Mode fandom film, Spirits In The Forest
Words: Bevan Hiller-McBean As the iconic Roundhouse venue in Camden turns 55, it opened its doors for the 2019 Q awards, hosted by Nadine Shah. With a star-studded list of nominees, LDN had a front row seat to view the UK music scene out in force with Stormzy, The 1975, Pale Waves, Kano and Lewis Capaldi all in attendance, and all leaving with accolades on the … Continue reading UK Music celebrated at the 2019 Q Awards – plus BIMM tutor joins Jarvis Cocker’s Rebellion!
Beats 1’s Zane Lowe visited BIMM London and shared some of his expertise with the students… Continue reading 10 Things We Learned From Zane Lowe