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Inspired by Rheumatoid to Save My Own Damned Life

2019 was the year that I acquired RA and it was also the year I saved myself from this progressive seropositive disease, lost 50 pounds (reaching my ideal weight), cleaned up my mind, became more productive and became 95% inflammation and symptom-free. 1,182 more words


Merry Creasemas: A Festive FEET Q&A

Words: Ellie Desborough | Photography: Bethan McConnell (Instragram/Twitter: @BethanMcConnell

Post-Britpop-ish indie rockers FEET released their new Christmas single, ‘Vegetarian Christmas’, last week, so their flat has been transformed into a majestic winter wonderland. 1,825 more words


LDN Magazine Issue 6 | Out Now!

The 6th issue of LDN is out now! Includes interviews with Motionless In White, Mark King of Level 42 and pop songwriter Plested, as well as a guide to all things disco and more.


Live Review: Mariana's Trench @ Scala, 21.11.19

Words: Abi Scaife | Photography: Roman Zugarazo

Opening with the vocal-heavy ‘Elenora’, the set is powerful from the get go. Though they revisit songs from their second and third albums, like the punk-ish ‘Cross My Heart’ and fan favourite ‘Stutter’, the setlist has a heavy focus on eerie fifth studio album… 171 more words


Live Review: Luna Bay @ Scala, 21.11.19

Words: Anna Runa-Umbrasko | Photography: Ciaran Frederick

Luna Bay are on a roll. Following their last headline 300-cap show, they now play to their biggest sold-out show at the historic Scala in London with around 1,100 people in the crowd. 351 more words


Live Review: PUP @ Electric Ballroom, 20.11.19

Words: Arthur Willis

For a sound so deeply rooted in punk, PUP are a band that go above and beyond to provide impeccable musicianship and attention to detail, all the while providing incredibly catchy and relatable anthems. 330 more words


Live Review: Snarky Puppy @ The Royal Albert Hall, 14.11.19

Words & Photograph: PJ Kimber

I am lucky. I get the chance to see Snarky Puppy, the Grammy-winning jazz fusion ensemble, twice in one day. They deliver a masterclass at Under The Bridge in the early afternoon, then rock the shit out of The Royal Albert Hall after dinner. 473 more words