‘Amigo Nights’ : Birkbeck’s GED’s (Geography Environment and Development) Society Event

James Tonner, on behalf of Birkbeck’s GED’s (Geography Environment and Development) Society, tells us about their next up and coming event. We have essentially created a blank canvas and new forum to discuss environmental issues at the University of London. The society constituted at Birkbeck College, at the beginning of this year, its objectives to … More ‘Amigo Nights’ : Birkbeck’s GED’s (Geography Environment and Development) Society Event

Up & Coming London: Interview With Owen Franklin…

Owen Franklin is a 23-year-old up and coming filmmaker and musician from Bristol. He’s just finished his fourth year at Durham University, where he’s been studying English Literature. In his own words, he’s ‘spent the past couple of years juggling dual identities between dynamo of creative energy and lazy student’ who is ‘usually in several … More Up & Coming London: Interview With Owen Franklin…

Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 : Alan Gilbert conducts Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra for the BBC Proms 75

I had no intention of reviewing Prom 75, the penultimate night before the BBC Proms ended but how could I stop myself? It was Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9: the Choral, which to put it bluntly, is a bloody good symphony. All attempts to buy return tickets were out-of-bounds and stall seats were still unaffordable. Alas, … More Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 : Alan Gilbert conducts Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra for the BBC Proms 75

Paloma Faith performs at a ‘late night’ Prom event with jazz conductor, Guy Barker

[Paloma Faith & Ty Taylor performs ‘I’d Rather Go Blind’] Paloma Faith and jazz conductor, Guy Barker took to the Royal Albert Hall’s (RAH) stage at Prom 65 [Friday 5th September]. Faith has an eclectic background that makes her more than just a songwriter and pop-music diva. Her past has much to play in her successful musical … More Paloma Faith performs at a ‘late night’ Prom event with jazz conductor, Guy Barker

iTunes Festival returns to Camden for the 7th year in a row

London’s Borough of Camden continues to prove itself to be the capital’s live music core. A night out in the borough will guarantee you not only one hell of a time, but also an exposure to a musically diverse area.   From the hard metal, pop-rock atmosphere of Underworld (or Worlds End Camden) to the … More iTunes Festival returns to Camden for the 7th year in a row

Urban Music’s Biggest Night Arrives with a Gentle Shake

  The 2014 BET Awards once again touched down in Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre on June 29th. The annual event, hosted by funny man Chris Rock, brought out the best of entertainers across formats of music, film, TV and sports to celebrate the past year in black entertainment. Certainly still buzzing from the reception it … More Urban Music’s Biggest Night Arrives with a Gentle Shake