Wish EU were here

Velvet Volume – Carry Words: Nina de Sanders Velvet Volume are the indie girl band of our dreams. Hailing from Denmark, three sisters Noa, Naomi, and Nataja Lachmi radiate individuality on their latest single ‘Carry’. ‘Carry’ is taken from the band’s second studio album ‘Ego’s Need’ released through Mermaid Records in late May of 2020. The song combines upbeat instrumentals with gloomy lyrics filled with … Continue reading Wish EU were here

New Music Friday

Declan McKenna – Daniel, You’re Still a Child Declan McKenna has shared his new single, ‘Daniel, You’re Still a Child’, from his forthcoming second album ‘Zeros’, which is set to arrive on the 12th of August after its original May release was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Big, glamourous and glitzy, the song feels like a pop piece floating around in space, surrounded by … Continue reading New Music Friday

RuPaul’s drag race UK winner The Vivienne to host the UK’s first drive in drag show.

Words: Nina de Sanders On August 1st reigning queen the Vivienne hosts The Vivienne – Live for the Drive In Club, the first and biggest multi-genre, outside entertainment experience to hit the UK. The show will consist of a combination of comedy, chat, live singing, and, of course, The Vivienne’s signature exquisite style. Snatching the crown on the first season of Drag Race UK after … Continue reading RuPaul’s drag race UK winner The Vivienne to host the UK’s first drive in drag show.

“As a whole, we all need to come together and avoid being ignorant.”

Words: Atlantis Dubois, BIMM African Caribbean Society The tragic death of George Floyd has brought to light the out-right racism African-Americans have to face daily for hundreds of years. The ACS are strong allies of the BLM movement, and although we may not be able to help on a bigger scale, doing little by little goes a long way. Although we are not in America, … Continue reading “As a whole, we all need to come together and avoid being ignorant.”

Album Review: Ugø- Like Your Life Depended on It

You should know Ugø. On his latest project ‘Like Your Life Depended on It’, the south London rapper showcases his skills across 16 tracks his skills as well as his passion for professional wrestling. Nods to wrestlers on ‘BLK Kane’ and ‘Gnarly’ are quite fitting. Ugø brings the aggression and fire with his raps that the big red machine of the WWE is known for … Continue reading Album Review: Ugø- Like Your Life Depended on It

From The Archive: A Q&A with Fever 333

This article was initially published in our third edition of LDN magazine. You can read the full edition here. Punk innovators Fever 333 released their debut single in summer 2017, and they’ve already clocked up a Grammy nom for Best Rock Performance, toured globally with Bring Me The Horizon, and put out their debut album Strength In Numb333rs via Roadrunner Records and 333 Wreckords. That’s … Continue reading From The Archive: A Q&A with Fever 333

The Times They Are a-Changin’: Performers Vs. Pandemic

The music industry has been hit by COVID-19 in a unique way. While many are currently grafting from home or perhaps striving in key positions, those tasked with keeping the wonderful world of music going are experiencing different battles altogether. For some, ensuring the money continues to flow is the most pressing matter; The Musician’s Union (UK) reckons that over half of all musicians have … Continue reading The Times They Are a-Changin’: Performers Vs. Pandemic