Finally, 2021 has come to an end: it has been a very challenging year for all of us, through the pandemic and real difficult times. However, luckily the movie industry hasn’t stopped, and it has fulfilled – once again – its main objective, which is taking us into another dimension and setting us free from what is haunting us in the real world. So, here is a short list of the movies that have excelled in doing this for us this year. Continue reading LDN’s The Best Of 2021 – Movies
Video games have become more of a safe space and a place for comfort rather than entertainment and leisure in 2021. Because of the anxiety and stress caused by the dark times of the pandemic, many games have grown in popularity as an alternative escape from the real world providing a fictional scenario for the player to lose themselves in. Continue reading LDN’s Best Of 2021: Gaming
As 2021 comes to a close, it is noticeable how art has served not only as an outlet for the artists themselves during these difficult times, but also as a means of escape for consumers. Continue reading LDN’s The Best Of 2021: Books
As Christmas is getting closer and closer, we can’t help but get carried away by the excitement our cities are filled with; the wait is even more exciting when looking and the incredible decorations London has put throughout the whole city and – when we walk down the streets – we can’t help but let ourselves be swept along this current of excitement and cheer. Continue reading Movie Soundtrack Wednesday #23 – Boxing Day
It’s a cold Saturday night in Camden and I’m on my way to pub venue The Dublin Castle. From afar you can hear loud voices, smell the beer, and hear the laughter. The whole crowd is ready for a proper ska-punk party. Continue reading Live Review: Ska-Punk Party #2 – The Last Bastion Of The Ska-punk Era?
Reality and music, music and reality. Netflix’s newest musical release ‘Tick, Tick… BOOM!’ narrates the life of one who lived in the name of music and of his own dream. Continue reading Movie Soundtrack Wednesday #22 – Tick, Tick… BOOM!
It’s been 50 years since the legendary English rock band Led Zeppelin released ‘IV’, an album which not only transformed the genre, but propelled the band to astronomical commercial success. Continue reading Black Dogs And Scottish Battles: Celebrating 50 Years of Led Zeppelin IV
‘Fallacy Actually’ was recorded at Pachyderm Studios outside of the band’s hometown with renowned indie-rock producer John Agnello (Kurt Vile, Dinosaur Jr., Mark Lanegan) during the pandemic and is the first song of a series to be released by the end of the next year. Continue reading Monday Mover #4: Night Moves – Fallacy Actually
Big Softy is a Leeds-based duo of Aidan Razzall and Tom Orrell, who have been working before on different projects. However, after years of collaboration the duo released their first song as a group under the name ‘Supercomputer’. Continue reading Monday Mover #3: Big Softy – Supercomputer
New York trap metal duo City Morgue, one of the most recognisable names in the underground scene and one of the leaders of contemporary heavy music, have just released their third album. Here’s our verdict… Continue reading Album of the Week 10.11.2021 – CITY MORGUE VOLUME 3: BOTTOM OF THE BARREL