A look back at some of our favorite music in 2016 Reporter: Martina Di Gregorio | Sub-editor: Cecilia Peruzzi Indie, rock, pop, popular, up and coming. We have seen it all this year, this dreadful 2016 that has shook many people in so many different ways. But hey guys, it's December and the year is almost over, so why don't we look back at the good that this year has brought onto us: the amazing new artists, the great songs, and the albums that have served as soundtrack to our life events. Below is a little podcast about The Voice of London's favourite seven artists in 2016, and a little snippet of their songs. https://soundcloud.com/user-321299851/top-artists-in-2016 Noah Cyrus Emeli Sande https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TqUlGyWSEk Norma Je...
‘Revolting Rhymes’ will be adapted for the BBC this December. Reporter: Alex Clement | Sub-Editor: Marta Szymborska The small collection of rhymes by the great Roald Dahl will be making its comeback this Christmas, and on to our screens. ‘Revolting Rhymes’ was written in 1982 and makes up of six stories, which recite the classical fairytales we know and love, but with twists and turns that will surprise us all. The producers who created ‘The Gruffalo’ and ‘Room on the Broom’, will be behind this latest TV adaptation and it’ll be shown on BBC One this December. It will mark 100 years since the birth of the beloved Roald Dahl, and to celebrate, stars such as David Walliams, Dominc West, Rob Brydon and Tamsin Grieg are said to be voicing characters in his stories. Rose Leslie, Bertie
London's psychedelic-revivalists, Venice Trip, speak to Cerys from our VOL Music team about which films made them cry and why they prefer vinyl. Words: Cerys Kenneally, Subeditor: Alex Hurd With the slight disappearance and lack of excitement surrounding psychedelic music this year, Venice Trip have taken a bold stand in an attempt to revitalise the intricate, hallucinogenic melodies of the genre. Their new track, "Said Too Much", presents Venice Trip in their upbeat element, surrounding themselves with a colourful glow, pulsing with progressive percussion and a 60's infused sound. "Said Too Much" dips in and out of soft vocals and bright melodies, allowing the chorus to burst with hallucinogenic harmonies and frontman Andres' voice to pierce through the psychedelic haze. Th
Having revealed their infectious new track, “BLINDED," London’s up and coming 5-piece, HAUS, talk to Cerys from VOL Music about their tropical sound and who they would like to jam with. Words: Cerys Kenneally, Subeditor: Alex Hurd Having parted ways with their previous frontman over a year ago, HAUS are storming the scene with former guitarist/backing vocalist Ashley taking up the lead mic. Revealing their refreshing, upbeat sound, HAUS are delving into a more intricate, focused sound, enlightening their determination, and passion for music. Their new track “BLINDED” was one of the first tracks featured on Radio 1’s Huw Stephens’ show last week, highlighting their perseverance in the London music scene. “BLINDED” is a tense, tropical trance of a track, reeling from high waves