Happy March everyone – the new issue of LDN is out and it features cover star and actor-musician Ben Barnes, LDN’s take on new movie and album releases, a new BIMM introducing and more. Continue reading The new issue of LDN is out now!
There’s nothing more painful than trying to find good vegan-friendly food in a big city, whether it’s Veganuary or not. It can seem like a mission when you’re the only non-carnivore in the group so if you need some places to satisfy your friends’ taste buds as well as your own or you have a passion for hunting down the best plant-based cuisine then read on. Continue reading LDN’s Student Guide To London #1 – Vegan Food
Whether you are a seasoned witch or just starting on your path, here’s a helpful guide to my favourite metaphysical shops in and around London. Continue reading Self-Care Sunday #14 – Witches’ Guide To London
Words: Doug Phillips A restriction-free O2 Arena hosts the Gorillaz and a bustling roster of their friends for a joyous reunion of live music. This was the first full show at the O2 Arena since March 2020, although the night before, the band performed a free show for NHS workers. Gorillaz opens the vibrant, electric show in a familiar fashion, with the borderline deep cut, … Continue reading Gorillaz Live at The O2 Arena: A Joyous Reunion
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 February 5. Continue reading Black Country, New Road release a second single titled ‘Track X’ ahead of their upcoming album
Summer always comes around with a few things in tow. Heatwaves, delicious icecream, the odd sunburn and, as we think most importantly, new fantastic music. Down below are some of the phenomenal hits that we’ve been loving the most the past few days and weeks, starting from an insanely catchy EDM hit that basically screams summer, to a mellow synth mix that is perfect for … Continue reading New Music Friday
It’s the same old drill – the lights go out, the room goes quiet and suddenly the band Amber Run, the group you’ve waited for all night, enters the stage, the stroke of a guitar accompanying the band’s entrance. It’s like every other gig you’ve been to before, with just one very important difference – you’re not in the room with them, but sitting on … Continue reading Amber Run: live and unplugged in your living room
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… Continue reading Live Review: Tom Rosenthal @ Islington Assembly Hall, 10.12.2019