Last night, during Fall Out Boy’s headlining So Much (For) Tour Dust performance in London, the pop-punk mainstays brought special guest, Waterparks’ Awsten Knight, on stage to perform “Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy.” The brief collaborative moment was one to rejoice over as Waterparks and FOB fans previously speculated that a proper collaboration may be in the works between the artists and had hoped one may emerge on either FOB’s March release, So Much (For) Stardust or Parx’s April release, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. While neither of those things came to fruition, and let’s face it, there seemed to be very… Read more »
Kids In Glass Houses brought their 15 year celebration of ‘Smart Casual’ to London and showed why they are still the best of the best.
Black Veil Brides celebrated their 2013 album ‘Wretched And Divine’ in London earlier this year, including a performance of “Lost It All”. This is what it looked like.
Celebrating a decade of ‘Rain In July’ as much as the strides they have made over the years, Neck Deep’s intimate London show was true chaos.
Spiritbox made their return to London for the first of two sold out night at the iconic Roundhouse, and showed precisely why they are the future of heavy music.
A show where Vineland stopped by for their first interview and premiered their debut single, American Teeth stopped by to premiere his new single, Z.Smith called in to premiere his brand new single and London Mars came by to co-host!
Photo credit: Tom Barnes December 8, 2012: I’ve recently graduated university, I’m working a customer service job while I try to figure out my future, and I’m standing inside London’s Wembley Arena, screaming my lungs out to You Me At Six. Since then, I’ve talked about this moment a lot: That time I flew to London, a trip built around one of my favorite bands. You Me At Six was celebrating the end of an album cycle with their largest show to date and as soon as the “Final Night of Sin” was announced, I knew I had to be… Read more »
Who is really surprised that Fall Out Boy tickets would sell out in no time? Fans have made it clear enough that there is a huge demand for their London show. Now the band has added a second date to accommodate what everyone wants. In a tweet this morning they said, “London doin’ it big! due to overwhelming demand + the pre-sale selling out we’re adding a 2nd So Much For (Tour) Dust show at The O2 on Friday, 3rd November. tickets for this show and all the others go on sale Friday at 10am local.” FOB will kick off… Read more »
This week we chinwag about a funny story Jess encountered with her pup, Pepe. Like, it’s really funny! Afterwards we chat with Goldenvoice social media manager Kristina London, who is also the founder of Amplify Her Voice. In May 2019, London used her background in marketing and social media to create an active online space for women in the music industry to learn and find a sense of community. She also talks about her various jobs in the industry leading her to where she is today!
This week we chinwag about a funny story Jess encountered with her pup, Pepe. Afterward we chat with Kristina London, founder of Amplify Her Voice. From a young age, founder Kristina London knew that she wanted a career in the music industry. However, while working her first few internships and jobs in the music industry, the gender divide became abundantly clear. In May 2019, London used her background in marketing and social media to create an active online space for women in the music industry to learn and find a sense of community. Within just a couple of months, London was collaborating with major music festivals, businesses, and artists to further promote equality in music. In less than a year, the account organically reached over 10,000 followers and is continuing to grow as they expand their online community. Amplify Her Voice is an online platform that boldly confronts gender inequality in the music industry. They are dedicated to helping advance the careers of women in music through educational, networking, and creative opportunities. With these initiatives, they aim to provide our community the tools and support to confidently pursue a career in the music industry.