Eat My Shorts is a programme of seven short films from across the globe. There were two such programmes at the 2017 Derby Film Festival, of which this was the second. We missed the first, but we wouldn’t have missed this one for the world!
Two colourful dreamlike films. One soars majestically, the other sinks and stinks. One is gently life-affirming, the other is morally reprehensible. Can you guess which is which? The answer might surprise you!
Sombre Texans Stars of the Lid do their thing in a concrete box in Nottingham! CONTENT WARNING – This account WILL beat about the bush and irritate almost everyone that reads it.
To celebrate the triumphant return of Ride, we’re going to revel in all that is loud, crunchy and hazy by listing the 10 best shoegaze songs from that magnificent first wave!
Just over a year ago, one of the most influential and renowned small venues in the UK closed their heavy metal mirror doors for good. Alex Coates mourns.
Manchester’s Wall Market Racketeers have always dreamed of playing some of their city’s iconic venues. On Tuesday May 26 2015, they got the chance to do just that. Singer Alex Coates issues gritty dispatches from their rise, along with some tips for all struggling UK indie bands.
Vice offshoot Noisey has come up with a very original idea. It’s a series of stories about music scenes and culture outside the capital. But that name sounds familiar…
They’re calling it Fuck London. And we’re a bit upset.
The mysterious Leo Leo shares dispatches from his psychedelic journey to find himself, and to meet The Mantis.
As every site in the world compiles its “Best of 2014” lists, Ben Jeffrey thinks back to a more innocent time, and wonders where it all went wrong.
“The Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts is beginning to look a lot like Christmas,” says FCK LDN writer Elliot Davies, “A lot of people I encounter tell me that the whole thing is a shallow and commercialised shadow of its former self… yet I still spend half the year eagerly awaiting the beautiful escapism the festival provides.”