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Tom Morello, Speedy Ortiz and Amanda Palmer have joined a list of major artists who want to ban facial recognition at concerts. The campaign, launched by digital-rights group Fight For The Future, says such technology will put ‚Äúundocumented fans, fans of color, trans fans, and fans with criminal records at risk of being unjustly detained, harassed, or judged.‚ÄĚ
A service this afternoon saw hundreds of people gather to honour the dead.
I attended my first ever Beyoncé concert last Sunday; a highly welcome part- birthday present from my Aunt who secured three Golden Circle tickets to the Formation Tour at Wembley. So maybe I'll be working the rest of summer to pay her back, but still, you don't say 'no' to Beyoncé tickets.
'This kind of thing makes it all worthwhile.'
A boy with autism was moved to tears when he watched his favourite band Coldplay perform live for the first time. The boy's
The atmosphere was an emotionally charged maelstrom of celebration and mourning. Nine hundred Bowie fans - some music legends in their own right - singing their hearts out in the dimmed Gothic beauty of the Union Chapel in north London.
A couple of years ago, I was having a drink with a friend at the Clapham Picturehouse bar when the time came to take our seats in the cinema. We asked the barman for plastic cups to pour our wine into, but he shook his head, saying they no longer offered this.
There are few things more devastating than waking up bright and early on the morning that gig tickets for your favourite band go live, logging onto the website, finding the tickets you want and hitting purchase, only to realise the concert is sold out and, quite frankly, have your heart broken...
The Dodos rehearsing with the stargaze orchestra (Image: Emanuel Florakis) The Dodos are a band of two, clean-cut halves
Apparently 60 is the new 40 and because we are living longer, healthier lives we all have to redefine our ideas on what middle