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MOST RECENT

March 27, 2017

Jess made it to Islington 02 Academy to catch Evarose tear up 02 Forum with supports from Veridian and Kid Brother. She came back with some snaps, check them out!

March 24, 2017

Jess brightened up a dull March evening shooting The Wild Things with supports from Loa Loa + And The Hangnails. Looks to be a beauty of a show!  

March 14, 2017

To brighten up a dull March evening, we sent Jess down to Islington to have a catch up with the lads in Annisokay and take some snaps of the whole show! 

March 14, 2017

Jess sat down with Christoph Wieczorek from Annisokay at the Islington O2 Academy  to chat touring, music, brexit and up-and-coming talent!

Noizze: Hey Christoph! Thanks for taking the time to chat with us. Last night was the first night of your headline UK tour. How did it go?

Christoph: It was really exciting for us! It was actually the first headline show in the UK for us, so we were quite excited and didn’t know what was coming. There were a fe...

March 12, 2017

Hold the presses and save the date! From the heart of London’s DIY punk scene comes LOUD WOMEN Fest, an annual all-dayer run by Cassie Fox (GUTTFULL and The Wimmins’ Institute) and her team which, as the name suggests, showcases the best of loud women musicians.

Taking place on the 2nd September 2017, LOUD WOMEN has moved on from its previous venue at T. Chances in Tottenham to DIY Space For London. This year’s line up includes Hands Off Gretel,...

February 5, 2017

Jess went to catch three bands really starting to make a name for themselves. On the 3rd February Dead! took to Londons Boston Music Rooms in front of a sold out crowd. See all in shots above!

February 2, 2017

There are plenty of odd and quirky venues all around the city of London, ranging from tram sheds to yacht clubs and everything in-between, so its unsurprising that the St Pancras Old Church was chosen to host Irish band Greywind’s debut album release show. And by god (no pun intended) was it a good ‘un especially with the sibling duo playing not one, but two shows on the night. Supported by Holding Absence, who our own Theo Swaddling (name d...

February 2, 2017

Jess caught a pretty special moment the other night. Greywind and Holding Absence are two fresh bands really making a name for themselves, so what could be more epic than seeing both on the same stage/floor in a freaking church!

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