English experimental post-punk outfit Black Country, New Road (named after a major road running through the East Midlands of the UK) exploded into public conscience with their critically acclaimed debut ‘For The First Time’, featuring insane instrumental passages, blasting production with one of a kind lyricism and delivery from lead singer Isaac Wood. Continue reading Album Of The Week 17.02.2022: Ants From Up There by Black Country, New Road.
Happy Saturday everyone! This week’s New Music comes from Melbourne, Montreal and other places not beginning with M. Stand by for tunes from: Slowly Slowly, Orion Sun, Rotting Out, System Exclusive and Helena Deland. Continue reading LDN’S Saturday Slammers 12/02/2022
Welcome to LDN’s Monday Movers! Each week we’ll post a track to get the pulse rate up a little. Enjoy! Continue reading Monday Mover #8: Mothica – CASUALTY
Quite categorically one of the most influential, instrumental, explosive, and ultimately talented musicians of the 20th century – oh, and perhaps needless to note, quite possibly the epitome of cool as well – Jimi Hendrix exploded the world’s ideas of what rock music could be. Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Jimi Hendrix – A Dying Legacy?
It’s the start of 2022 but we don’t want to leave the festive period behind just yet… so here’s a film for those who feel the same way. Continue reading Movie Soundtrack Wednesday #24 – A Christmas Number One
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?
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
With millions of kids across the world making music in and from their bedrooms every day to escape the boredom that comes with quarantine, it has become more and more impossible to break out of the crowd and grow to be one of the stars. But then there is Boy Pablo, aka singer-songwriter Nicolas Pablo Muñoz, who has managed to shine brighter than anyone else with … Continue reading Wachito Pablo – An Exclusive Interview with Boy Pablo
The self-titled debut from Manchester-based college students, ‘Working Men’s Club’, is here and it’s festering. What better time for the well gigged four-piece to send you a bottle of dance floor sweat than during a time when live music doesn’t exist and everyone is craving it. Bring the party home with this teenage dance floor rock. Working Men’s Club are known locally in Manchester for … Continue reading Working Men’s Club – Review
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