The image above is of the new Royal Photographic Society ‘Vision’ leaflet. I am pleased to say that one of my images from Download Festival has been included in the design.
Picture: Enda Madden new series set to explode on Sky ONE Sky One is to air the story of an up and coming pop band, as part of a major new documentary filmed in London’s renowned Pineapple Dance studios. The featured band, Starman, intend to release a single off the back of the show, which airs for the first time on February 14. The band formed a just year ago when music entrepreneur and the band’s manager Robert Davies met Pineapple dance teacher, singer and self-proclaimed “ready made pop-star” Andrew Stone. The band were then discovered by Sky when they Continue Reading
Review for Metalized Magazine by Enda Madden August 1st and 2nd 2009: UK’s first ever Sonisphere festival treated music fans from all over the world to the perfect opening party as the clouds cleared way for a fantastic weekend of sun, song and booze at the historic and beautiful Knebworth Park. The strong line-up promised that huge crowds would appear and organisers were not disappointed when 40,000 metalheads turned up ready to rock. For two beautiful days, the outside world didn’t matter as fans lived and breathed great rock music. This was the way festivals were meant to be. As Continue Reading
Review for metalized magazine by Matt Bond Next up on the Apollo Stage were Emo rockers Taking Back Sunday. With many of Sonisphere’s attendees dressed in t-shirts covering all different offshoots of metal, this was always going to be an uphill battle for them. Front man Adam Lazarra did his bit, with plenty of trademark microphone swinging during breaks in songs, but unfortunately not even calling card single ‘Make Dam Sure’ could really save them. In all fairness to TBS, things were never going to be easy with the Sonisphere crowd.