Calling all students! BIMM London Music Journalism Year 5 student Dani Willgress has been nominated in the Heavy Music Awards 2020 category, Young Photographer, and we need your help to vote her through! Launching in London in 2017, the Heavy Music Awards is unique in including photographers in their honours system. And even better, they... Continue Reading →
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... Continue Reading →
Words: Laura Weingrill They wear knit sweaters, colourful pants and look like nerds with a slight hint of grandfather, but as soon as the voice of Josh Taylor fills the room, bassist J Tyler Johnson gets going and Brett Kramer hits the drums, one quickly realises that behind the inconspicuous wallflowers, there is a lot... Continue Reading →
The 6th issue of LDN is out now! Includes interviews with Motionless In White, Mark King of Level 42 and pop songwriter Plested, as well as a guide to all things disco and more.
Words: Conor Sharkey Glackin With a new direction and anticipation building for their next album, Swedish Metal band Viperia are going on an Eastern European tour this winter. And if their previous work and accomplishments are anything to go by, this is one gig metal fans across the continent will not want to miss. Their... Continue Reading →
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... Continue Reading →
Words: Philip Giouras Featured Image: Taylor Hawkins with NME's Charlotte Gunn - Credit: Carsten Windhorst The Scotch Of St James in Mayfair was an infamous hangout for the rockstars of the 60s such as The Rolling Stones and The Who as well as hosting the first ever UK performance from Jimi Hendrix. It’s a fact... Continue Reading →
We've compiled a list of our favourite end-of-October themed tunes and records, for your listening discomfort. Feel free to use these on your Halloween party playlists - your guests will either run home scared or walk home creeped-out. Type O Negative - October Rust The essential October album and ergo, essential Halloween listening. Type O... Continue Reading →