Anteros

Glittering Indie Dream Pop band Anteros is made up of Laura Hayden, Harry Balazs, Joshua Rumble and Jackson Couzens. Laura is originally from Barcelona and moved from there to London where Anteros then formed as a band in 2014; it was just Laura and Josh who anonymously released their debut self-titled single. Since then the [...]

Eastern Electrics Festival 2018 Review

Sunday 5th August 2018, Morden Park I've been waiting for ages for Eastern Electrics (EE), especially as it's my last festival for August and chance for a wiggle with my gal Jordan. Funnily enough I think it's the least prepared I've ever been as I picked my outfit the morning of haha. I've never been to [...]

[whalesong] Review

Review by Ruby Mendoza-Willcocks XVelastín: [whalesong] Sound designer, Xavier Velastín, otherwise known as ‘XVelastín’, takes centre stage as a solo performer with multiple sounds in his most recent musical endeavour with the Camden Fringe Festival: ‘[whalesong].’ The performance is described as “myths from the ocean” through “a light massage of sound touching the skin.” From [...]

Matt Maltese ~Bad Contestant

Matt Maltese’s incredible debut album Bad Contestant is a little glimpse into his world of irony, sadness and romance – which may seem like a strange combination of themes, but Maltese’s lyrics are so witty and clever that it makes sense. Matt Maltese is 22 years old, but writes like he has had a lifetime’s [...]

Kira ~ If It Makes You Feel Better

London-based duo Kira, made up of Katie and Will, have just released a single that genuinely could be everything you’d want in a song. It is called ‘If It Makes You Feel Better’ and it is a beautiful display of dreamy alt-pop. It is one of those songs that reaches right into your chest and [...]

Celebrate the legacy of Nelson Mandela with Colourful Radio DJs, poetry & Afro-Contemporary dance performances at The Africa Centre

On July 6th 'Reflection Route' launched its vibrant summer soirée series celebrating the 100th birthday of Nelson Mandela. Even though the opening event has already happened, you can still catch the production at The British Museum on 21st July 2018 as part of the official 'Nelson Mandela 100 Centenary programme.' Reflection Route at The British Museum will feature [...]

Community Festival Review 2018 ~ Thalia Traynor

By Thalia Traynor All photos owned by Sarah Bennett On Sunday the 1st of July, thousands of music fans travelled from all over the country to Finsbury Park, London to attend this year’s highly anticipated Community Festival. The sun was shining bright, as was the glitter dusted across fans faces as they made their way [...]

Community Festival 2018 Review ~ Karl Johnson

By Karl Johnson All photos owned by Sarah Bennett On a sun-kissed Sunday in Finsbury Park, today’s indie heavyweights took to the main stage at Community Festival whilst tomorrow’s hotly newcomers displayed an array of potential, providing back to back euphoria to a capacity crowd. As with most major festivals, the smaller stages and earlier [...]

The Darts (US) ~ Subsonic Dream b/w Bullet

I always find with bands/artists that I don't know anything about or haven't heard their music that your reviews are way more accurate haha. So I hadn't previously heard of The Darts US but our founder, Chenaii is a huge fan and familiar with their music. I'm always open minded so will give anything a [...]