Sleaford Mods, the politically grouchy duo from Nottingham, have released a single titled ‘Nudge It’, featuring Amy Taylor, vocalist from exciting Melbourne punks, Amyl and the Sniffers. Continue reading Sleaford Mods team up with Amyl And The Sniffers for ‘Nudge It’
Words: Johnny Fry Black Country, New Road continue their feather duster tease routine by proceeding to tickle us with a second audiovisual release titled ‘Track X’ off of their forthcoming album ‘For the First Time’, released on Ninja Tune on 5th February. The septet have also announced new headline dates at the brutalist Queen Elizabeth Hall and an accompanying live-stream to celebrate the album release. … Continue reading Black Country, New Road release a second single titled ‘Track X’ ahead of their upcoming album
Indie-pop musician Ariel Pink, real name Ariel Marcus Rosenborg, has been dropped by label Mexian Summer after admitting he was in attendance at the ‘rally’ which violently stormed Capitol Hill on the January 6. Continue reading Ariel Pink Dropped By Label After Attending Capitol Hill Siege
It has come to the public’s knowledge that the UK turned down a Brexit deal offer from the EU of visa-free tours for musicians. Continue reading UK Government Shrugs Off Offer of Visa-Free Tours for Musicians Put Forward by EU
Words: Bethan McConnell A new set of formal exams on DJ decks has been accepted by London College of Music Examiners, allowing students to delve into the art of electronic music production. FutureDJs is a music education initiative, set up by Austen and Scott Smart. As a result of their experiences in ‘traditional’ music education, they began to try and get DJ decks recognised as … Continue reading DJing: It’s Now An Official GCSE Option
K-Pop stans can breathe a deep sigh of relief – for now.
The K-Pop world was rocked recently when hearing the news that BTS, arguably the biggest boy band in the world, would have to disband temporarily to enlist for South Korea’s mandatory military service. Continue reading K-Pop Superstars BTS can delay military service after new law passed
The days are getting shorter, nights are getting colder. You know what that means; the second lockdown is almost coming to an end. We can’t wait to go to the pub and listen to all of these new hits with a drink, oh and a meal of course (Tier 2). Editor: Megan Hofman King Princess – Pain (Columbia) Brooklyn born and raised Mikaela Straus, better … Continue reading New Music Friday 27/11/2020
It’s been a tumultuous year for RSD – and the event nearly came to a halt entirely across the globe. LDN spoke to UK Record Store Day founder Megan Page. Continue reading “We had to roll with the punches”: Megan Page on Record Store Day Black Friday, and how RSD survived 2020
Words by Thomas Bradey-Riseley After what’s been a turbulent 2020, the Grammys have named their best and the rest yesterday (November 14). While not short of surprises in its 61-year existence – there usually are a few ‘wtf?’ moments – some snubs and acknowledgements are more significant this time round. The Weeknd hasn’t received a single nomination. He had the biggest charting hit of the … Continue reading This Year’s Grammy Nominations: What The AF Is Going On?
Words by Thomas Bradey Risely Live music venues have been one of the most impacted businesses due to the global pandemic but good news for clubs in Germany. But now a German court has ruled techno to be music – allowing the legendary Berlin club scene to receive the same tax breaks as concert venues. The case, which took place in the Munich financial high … Continue reading German Court Ruling: Techno IS Music