Tagged in NEW LONDON MUSIC

Meet The Winner Of London's Big Busking Competition

Meet The Winner Of London's Big Busking Competition

Natalie Shay's only 16. | By Laura Reynolds
Artrocker's New Blood Festival Arrives To Help You Ditch Dry January

Artrocker's New Blood Festival Arrives To Help You Ditch Dry January

The grateful return of live music to our cold, dull lives. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Elephants & Castles

New London Music: Elephants & Castles

Trunks and turrets at the ready. | By Chris Lockie
MTV Brand New Announces Next Year's London Stars

MTV Brand New Announces Next Year's London Stars

Four London acts on the usually reliable list of 10. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Manilow

New London Music: Manilow

Punk from Camberwell; no relation. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: BĂȘte Noire

New London Music: BĂȘte Noire

Passion and enmity, cultivated in Bromley. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: The Healing

New London Music: The Healing

Multinational, multitalented, medicinal. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Four Femmes On The Thames

New London Music: Four Femmes On The Thames

They're very funny, but don't hold that against them. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Doe

New London Music: Doe

The Sound of (proper) Music. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Mark Mathews

New London Music: Mark Mathews

Feisty folk-rock from Dalston via Greenwich. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Mangoseed

New London Music: Mangoseed

Reggae, rock, rhythm and rage, fresh out of Brixton. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Mermaids

New London Music: Mermaids

North Londoners swap guppy for guitars. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Desperate Journalist

New London Music: Desperate Journalist

Serious indie rock from Finsbury Park, as if there's any other kind. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: CuT

New London Music: CuT

Space/surf/slacker rock from Camden and Hackney. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: The Pearl Harts

New London Music: The Pearl Harts

Full-blooded garage rock duo from south and east. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Wild Sun

New London Music: Wild Sun

Tropical rock from the Barnet boondocks. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: Tim OT

New London Music: Tim OT

Kingston-based troubadour tells it how it is. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: The Death Of Pop

New London Music: The Death Of Pop

Putting pop out of its misery, one fine track at a time. | By Chris Lockie
New London Music: July Child

New London Music: July Child

Born on the same day and the rest is history (or will be). | By Chris Lockie