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New Music: Temple

Now Playing: Temple – Dagger

Temple - Dagger | Album Cover

In the press release South London based multi instrumentalist Temple has been described as sitting somewhere between Black Sabbath and Killing Joke. The video for Dagger paints a sonic doom-scape, filled with tales of agoraphobic stargazers and apocalyptic soothsayers, booth haunting and heavy.

 

Two months prior to the London riots, Temple was vigorously writing and recording an album that distilled his belief that mankind is now witnessing the dawn of this...


Preview - Doc’n Roll Festival

Doc’n Roll Festival Kickstarter Campaign

doc'n roll festival preview

We’ve been banging on about Doc ’n Roll Festival for the past few months, but incase you aren’t familiar with it, the festival is a first for London. Taking place at Hackney Picturehouse on 26th-28th September, the inaugural film festival is a DIY project devoted exclusively to exhibiting an eclectic mix of all kinds of music and film related happenings. As there is no other event in London like this, Doc’n Roll has seized the opportunity to bring...


Doc N Roll Festival News

Doc’n Roll Film Festival update - programme to be announced soon

Last month we introduced you to the the inaugural edition of the Doc’n Roll film festival happening at the Hackney Picturehouse on 26th-28th September. So far the festival organisers are keeping their cards very close to their chest with the full programme for the three day event. Here are a few films we’re hoping make the cut when they announce the first part of the programme later this month.

Bayou Maharajah

This feature documentary explores the life of New Orleans piano legend James Booker, a musician that was once described...


Doc'n Roll Film Festival

What’s On in London: Doc’n Roll Film Festival

Doc'n Roll Film Festival

The inaugural edition of the Doc‘n Roll film festival is taking place at the Hackney Picturehouse, on 26th-28th September. Doc n’Roll is the latest film festival to join the likes of the BFI London Film Festival, Sundance London, the East End Film Festival and many more. The only difference between the current crop of film festivals in the capital is that Doc ‘nRoll will be specialising in a feast of...