Lovebox Festival Review: Disorder Magazine

Lovebox on Sunday 17th July, ‘Out & Out Fierce’ in London’s Victoria Park was frolicking fun in the midst of calamitous weather, revellers gleefully sliding around in warm mud were determined to have a blast, despite the torrential rain. Luckily by evening the rain held off to forget the sludge and enjoy. Sunday being ‘gay … Continue reading

1234 Shoreditch Festival Review: Disorder Magazine

The 1234 Shoreditch Festival, London, Saturday 9th July 2011 had a good vibe packed with heaps of bands in one day, showcasing the hottest new alternative acts and some legends like The King Blues, Raveonettes and Zombie Nation, amongst others, Despite food and drink expenses, overall it was a wicked day for checking out unique … Continue reading

Music Singles Reviews: Disorder Magazine

A selection of music releases reviewed Lulu and the Lampshades ‘Cold Water’ (Moshi Moshi) Cold Water is experimental, kitsch and cute to its very core. The jaunty folk-pop act from Bristol, with Luisa’s distinctive and quirky vocals, is the misfit retro grrl’s antidote to Lily Allen overload, instead it’s one for any fans of Joanna … Continue reading

Comic Con London 2011: Cosplayers

Comic Con London 2011 at MCM Expo was held on bank holiday weekend, it was anime, manga, deck wizards, videogaming, superheroes, goth art, illustrators & cosplay catwalk galore. The three-day conference from 27-29th May at the Excel Estate near Custom House, South East London, included halls dedicated to a variety of comic genres from Japanese … Continue reading

Disorder Magazine: Years &Years

A sea of wires on the floor of a dusty rehearsal studio, the band Years and Years are belting out their song Emergency. This love song bizarrely became a soundtrack to a rally call in The Independent newspaper against government cuts. Jameela Oberman follows up on an inkling that more is on its way from … Continue reading