After Part 1 of this mini series, we are bringing you even more acts who will be playing this Thursday! Here we go... Caitlin Macklon Cait Macklon combines Americana influences with catchy melodies and sweet vocals. She will be joined by William Wahlberg (drums), Kieran Fergusson (bass), Calum Lockie (guitar) and Alicia Rockall on BVs. Find... Continue Reading →
12th March is when BIMM London will hold the End of Term Showcase with some of the best acts BIMM has to offer. Here's part 1 of a rundown of the acts who will be performing on Thursday! The Great Flud The Great Flud are a 5 piece Alt Rock band from London, bringing back... Continue Reading →
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... Continue Reading →
They say time flies when you’re having fun, and The Jungle Giants’ Brixton gig seems to be no exception... read our full review!
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 →
Tom Rosenthal has always gone against the current. His uniqe style of indie folk-pop has always been very self-contained to mainly acoustic songs that make you dream of long car rides under a starry night sky...
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: Oliver Childs | Photography: Jack Tobin A lot can happen in ten years. An artist can (and probably will) change their style of music to develop as an artist. White Lies are no different. However, the one constant factor of the three-piece that has remained the same over the last ten years is just... 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 →