While London’s duo Anavae are producing some new stuff for the fans, the band preps us with Feel Alive single package, bringing melodious alt. rock tracks. Words: Karolina Zilenaite, Subeditor: Matti Bosio ★★★★★★★★☆☆ Anavae have updated their Facebook page with posts about some new songs coming our way soon. Yet, still weeks to go before the new stuff comes out, the band give us a taste of what it might feel like. The single package's title track, “Feel Alive” brings a more mellow side of the Anavae’s trademark sound. With low bass blaring through the speakers (or headphones), a groovy melody and silvery voice of Rebecca Need-Menear (vocals) mix well, creating an irresistible and captivating song. “Instinct”, the second track on Feel Alive shifts gears, brings a heavier and fu
Voice Of London takes you inside one of the emerging Techno crews in London, to show you how much we care about Techno! Words: Mattia Bosio, Subeditor: Cerys Kenneally Sometimes life gives you gifts you can't even imagine. One of the best things you can get is to share passions and interests with people you love. It's when that happen that you can give your best, pursuit your dreams and why not..realise them! This is what happened to the Under My Feet crew. Under My Feet is a project born earlier this year with the intention to create international, collaborative events, joining together the best emerging DJs in the Techno scene. UMF have organised and hosted nights and events such Pride in London and Record Store day and played in venues like SPACE Ibiza, EGG, Loghtbox, Mini...
American rockers Papa Roach have updated their official website and social media pages with a message about the European leg of their 2015 tour. Words: Karolina Zilenaite Subeditor: Simone Wright Papa Roach issued an official statement through Facebook and Instagram as well as their website, regarding the situation of their European tour. The band decided to postpone the rest of European leg, with three dates left, due to uncertainty and the safety of the situation. The statement reads: “It is again with a heavy heart, that we are announcing the postponement of the remainder of our European tour. We pride ourselves for rarely cancelling shows, but our crew is an essential part of our organization and because they, unfortunately, could not continue the tour due to their logistical
The South-Wales rockers have revealed the visuals for their infectious track “Teenage Wine," and it’s premiering on Voice of London, right here at the end of this post. Words: Cerys Kenneally, Subeditor: Alex Hurd ★★★★★★★★★☆ The grunge-gigging Chepstow four-piece use their live performances to show off their scuzzy sound. “Teenage Wine," one of the more light-hearted tracks from their EP “Futzland," drifts in and out of light-hearted harmonicas and grungy guitars, while the visuals showcase their prowess in performance. The video puts faces to names, allowing the performance shots to encapsulate their electric energy, and beautiful instruments. As the video progresses, the four-piece are replaced by girls performing in their place. As the video dips in and out of Birdcage’s girl alt