Thursday, September 20The Voice of London


Spice Girls take over London

art, Entertainment, Exhibition
If you've ever wondered what being a fan of a band is like, well, there's no way you can miss out on the new SpiceUp Exhibition in London. You can admire costumes from various world tours and video appearances, dolls, flasks, lunch boxes, plates, cups, Christmas crackers, toys, biscuits and cushions. There are also cake toppers, jigsaws, radios, magazines, Easter eggs, Pepsi cans, drinking glasses, handbags, three Aprilia mopeds and dozens of packets of Walkers crisps. Whether you've ever sang out loud wannabe in the 90s (or still do). Here's a little photogallery of the exhibition.     SpiceUp London ends August 20th. Get your tickets here.

Love Island Live: the villa opens up in London

Celebrity, Entertainment
Love Island closed its door for this 4th season with a fan meeting at ExCel in in East London. The sold-out event presented by the Queen of bad news herself Caroline Flack where the final cast of this season attended. Flack invited the islanders on stage for a quick catch up to find out gossips and life after Love Island, the guys then went onto a proper meet&greet with fans of the ITV show. The room was packed with soundtrack from the show, as well as temporary tattoos, balloons, plants, a giant water bottle (same bottle the guys had in the villa), a DJ booth powered by Ministry of Sound and different Love Island-booths with the islanders ready to meet their fans.   Jack & Dani were the most favorite couple where organisers of the event had to shut down...
Make Them Suffer release “27”

Make Them Suffer release “27”

Entertainment, Music
Perth heavy weights MAKE THEM SUFFER have released a brand new song '27', a year to the day since the band released their critically acclaimed album 'Worlds Apart.' Previous singles from that record have amassed over 6 million views on youtube alone. You can listen to '27' here or by clicking the image below. Following a lengthy worldwide headlining tour in support of Worlds Apart, the band returned to Australia to play Download Festival Australia, the band immediately returned to writing and recording in their home studio with 27 the first taste of these sessions. Furthering the progressive female / male vocal dynamic between vocalists Booka Nile and Sean Harmanis, underpinned by guitarist Nicholas Mclernon’s distinctive technical riffage,  the band will be touring Aust