Managers

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Adam Till

Managing Director


I got into rock music (or should say I fell in love with the scene) when I was seventeen years old, I used to be into the club underground scene when ‘Prodigy, the Jilted Generation album first came out. The first Metal Track that I ever listened to was Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters”… I played it over and over again, I couldn’t get enough of it, think it was being pumped in to my veins! After that I started listening to other Rock/Metal & Grunge Music

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Colin Kendrick

Head Designer


Most of my childhood was spent being forced to listen to my sister’s mix tapes of Kd Lang, The Cranberries, Morrissey, The Beautiful South and The Smiths. Trust me when I was a young lad that shit was not cool, especially with my sister’s unashamedly singing along out the car window. It was a blessing on a Saturday mornings when mother put on her Motown cassettes. I’ve gone through many changes over the years from pop to jungle

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Stephanie Ingram

Head Press Officer


My Influences always date back to my childhood,Mainly being Led Zeppelin,Trex and Black Sabbath.My life has always been revolved around music,gig's,watching my family play in bands and supporting the local music scene.I have done promoting in the past putting on gigs in Wolverhampton and Birmingham.I love gigs,festivals and nothing more than kicking back with a good vinyl and a drink with friends

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Lisa Billingham

Head Of Photography


Lisa is an internationally published photographer forming one half of Billibee Creative. She has a tremendous passion for rock music and photography and loves to combine both as often as she can. When not at gigs, Lisa can be found working alongside PR companies, agencies, festival organisers as well as managing a local band. With her full time job,and working in the Billibee Creative Studio, this sure makes for a very busy Lisa ….. #lovemylife


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David Steed

Head Of Reviews


Growing up in a house where the likes of Deep Purple and Rainbow were played regularly, it would be unusual if I hadn’t become a huge fan of rock music! I enjoy everything from across the rock and metal spectrum, but my heart lies with the riffs and melodies produced by the likes of Iron Maiden, Alter Bridge and Trivium (to name but a few). I am always excited by new music and am here to give my penny’s worth on the latest the rock/metal scene has to offer.

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Matthew Brooks

Head Of Reviews


Ever since I was 12 I’ve been in love with all things fast and heavy. The music of Evile changed my life in a way that lead to a burgeoning love of thrash metal. As time has passed I’ve developed my tastes further and now I’m immersing myself in the world of hardcore. If it makes me feel like I can headbutt down a brick wall chances are I’ll love it. Trap Them and Every Time I Die are recent favourites, but I’ll always carry a flame for Machine Head




Press Department

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Tina Culbertson

Press Officer


I was 9 years old when I discovered rock music, sitting in my living room (probably playing My Little Pony) when I heard this amazing sound coming from the TV, it was 1987 and Def Leppard were performing their hit single 'Animal' on a weekly chart show called 'The Roxy'. I got up and stood right in front of the TV the whole time they were on. I couldn't believe my eyes and ears, the long hair, ripped jeans, twin guitars and even a one armed drummer!

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Rüth Cöpe

Press Officer


The year was 1987, the album was Appetite for Destruction, and the rest they say is history! Copey buckled up for the ride of her life on the good ship Rock! With a love of GnR, Skid Row, Crue, Poison, she docked a little in the 90s at grunge harbour, but is firmly back on board. Still loving the classics and all New Wave. She can often be found at many a gig and festival. Ahoy there m’hearties! Remember, if the boat is a-rockin’, DO come a-knockin’!!!

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Caz Parker

Press Officer


My biggest teenage crush was rock and metal, and I never got over it. Age 13 I began my now vast vinyl, cassette and CD collection with bands like Iron Maiden, Def Leppard, AC/DC, Guns n Roses, Skid Row, Thunder, Y&T, DIO, Queensryche and White Lion. I discovered new music from Tommy Vance on Radio 1’s Rock Show and from rock nights at my local boozer, and I bought EVERYTHING. Classic Rock and Heavy Metal are still my best loved, but I’m also into Alternative and even some Prog.

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Stephanie Ingram

Head Press Officer


My Influences always date back to my childhood,Mainly being Led Zeppelin,Trex and Black Sabbath.My life has always been revolved around music,gig's,watching my family play in bands and supporting the local music scene.I have done promoting in the past putting on gigs in Wolverhampton and Birmingham.I love gigs,festivals and nothing more than kicking back with a good vinyl and a drink with friends


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Beckii Allen

Press Officer


My love of metal started at around 10 years old when my dad first showed me Slipknots self titled album and instantly fell in love. As the years have gone my love of metal core and melodic metal has evolved with some of my favourite bands such as Ice Nine Kills, Gojira and Trivium. Music amazes me every day and I’m hoping I can influence my little boy to be a tattooed metal head like his parents!

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Lily Portman

Press Officer


I have been blessed with a family who have, generally, incredible music taste. My older brother in particular introduced me to the likes of Thin Lizzy, AC/DC & Blacksabbath. My Mum dealt with the punk side of things and my sister is now married to an ex-metal band front man! I love a good gig and the more eclectic the music, the better. Genre challenging is awesome and I’m currently enamoured by Babymetal. I’m growing my vinyl collection and am always on the lookout for new artists to rock out to!




Radio Shows

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Tony Heare

DJ


I grew up with classic British rock in the early Seventies, bands like Purple, Sabbath and Zeppelin. Deep Purple's 'In Rock' was the album that really got me into this type of music and my first real gig was seeing the Coverdale/Hughes version of the band in 1974. Many years later, after punk and hair metal had come and gone, I went to my first festival at Donington in 1991, seeing the likes of Metallica and AC/DC in a live environment. That convinced me to try my hand at radio

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Steve Gould

DJ


Born, Birmingham 1957. Quite late getting into music, as parents weren’t that bothered, most of my childhood was spent listening to Music For Pleasure albums (75p from Wollies boys ‘n girls !!) – “Geoff Love and his Orchestra Play Big War Movie Themes” ‘n all that shit….. Then, Secondary school I was introduced to “Pictures At An Exhibition” by ELP – blew my mind, have been a Prog Head ever since…

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Keith Baldwin

DJ


The Blues is not the easiest thing to define in my book as it is more about an attitude than just a style of playing and many many bands associated with many genres have included Blues songs in their repertoire. I love exploring The Blues from wherever it originates and can't wait to share my favourite tracks with others. I am also in a band myself and I get a real buzz out of playing live. Happiest when playing guitar. So happy that there is still so much music

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Smudge

DJ


I’m Smudge (yes it’s my real name) and I was born in the capital when the world was black and white. I remember the T.V only having 3 channels and going off air at midnight, having milk at school, national strikes, blackouts, 3 day weeks and being able to leave your front door open… but we were happy. During all this satanic dark oppression came the first movements of the electron for me…via the flat below it weaved its way through the sash windows


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Sara Whizbanger

DJ


I grew up in the Bay Area, I’m Black Sabbath years old exactly, and I popped out the chute a music enthusiast. I couldn't escape it if I wanted to; Dad was one part of The Band That Stopped the War, mom was an artist eccentric who settled into the melting corners of the Jabberwocky after a decade in the musky art scene of 1950s NYC, and my older brothers dragged me to punk shows as early as 1980. Psychedelic relics and old school punk cultivated my taste and broadened my spectrum. If it's doomy, radically-minded, feminist, loud, abrasive, and a little bit evil for the fun of it, I'm in.

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Lexi Frances

DJ


Vinyl junkie.Music geek. Anything along those lines pretty much describes me. I’ve grown up with a massively diverse music taste and love the history as well as the tune behind sound waves!  After studying music and performing for 7 years I took a different turn in my career perspective by getting involved in Media at Uni, and that led me to my current and future passion of Radio!! I’ve been collecting records since the age of 14 and have been supporting Record Store Day 3 years running!

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Skid

DJ


In June 1978 I was 12, like every Thursday night I started to watch Top of the Pops. This episode was different, so different it changed my life. For on the fateful evening Noel Edmonds introduced the next act on to the show, it was AC/DC playing Rock n Roll Damnation. I still don’t know what it was that grabbed me, but whatever it was it never let go. I became so obsessed that my dad bought me the 7” single that weekend shortly followed by the songs mother album“Powerage”.

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Pete K Mally

DJ


Pete K Mally is a stand up comedian and author who loves his classic rock and metal. Spending his youth defending his love of rock he gets the hump when high street stores are flaunting AC/DC , Iron Maiden and Ramones T-shirts as simple fashion accessories (we've earned these stripes). He is a regular compere at rock festivals and recently supported The Wayward Sons and The Last Great Dreamers. Now in his forties he openly listens to Poison and is unashamed in this (a little). You can catch him on his 'Not in this dinnertime ' tour across the UK and at a rock festival near you


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Adam Onslaught

DJ


My passion for music comes from growing up in Birmingham, UK, and listening to Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, and Motörhead. I am a fan of all kinds of music, but I gravitate towards the classic era of rock and metal. I love the live music scene and get excited when discovering new bands for the first time. It’s always a blast meeting people along the way; the scene has such a great family, united under one banner.

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Ash Lynch

DJ


Born in 1996, I was nothing but trouble as a kid; I never fit in around people I grew up with, who were into rap and football. I grew up listening to rock n roll, watching wrestling, and playing darts. My love of music came from my father; he always had a varied selection of music to flip through. Two albums I came to love were Marilyn Manson’s ‘Lest We Forget’ and Limp Bizkit’s ‘Chocolate Starfish’ and ‘The Hot Dog Flavored Water’.

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Jesse Luscious

DJ


In 2019 I landed in Britain after living 30 years in California and growing up in Philadelphia on the East Coast of the US. My first concert was Joan Jett with the Ramones opening in 1984 in Philly, and 1986 was my first punk show. Some of my music gigs are being a DJ on KALX Radio in Berkeley for decades and touring the world with punk bands, including my own. I throw all flavors of punk at the listeners like so much rotten, strange fruit!

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Ben Redman

DJ


1995. A dark time where indie and Brit Pop ruled the radio as fellows in ill-fitting parkas waxed on about champagne. Then a random meeting involving Our Price, some friends, and a bargain bin filled with Megadeth, Metallica, and Senser led me into another world. Twenty-three years later, I’m still there but with added beats from hip hop and electro!


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Adam Thomas

DJ


My first musical interest was the grunge movement, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, Nirvana etc. 1991, I had cassette with Nirvana’s Nevermind on one side, but what a friend put on the other side is what really grabbed me, Nine Inch Nails – Pretty Hate Machine. Nails were my gateway to discovering the goth and industrial scene, visiting clubs like Underworld, Manchester and Slimelight, London. A few years later I started DJ’ing my own goth /industrial night in my home town Stoke, and later Nottingham. Tune In. Turn On. Burn Out.

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Steve May

DJ


I've been a Rock lover as far back as the 80's. From discovering Queen as a nipper to trading tapes with secondary school mates - it turned me into an addict. My roots are firmly steeped in Hard Rock and Hair Metal. In 2006 it pushed me to try DJ'ing at various venues and events (including Eddies). 25 years on, I may have shed the hair but I can still wear eyeliner better than your Mom

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Mark Parker

DJ


I’ve been a DJ since 1979, back then I did a Christmas Party with a Hitachi hifi and I played singles on the turntable and then switched to tape that I had got from grabbing the UK Top 40. Worked for a number of Hospital Radio Stations and did a number of Mobile DJ gigs. Always loved music in all forms. I’m late coming into the Rock Scene but I know what I like anything from Zeppelin to Disturbed and everything in between. However I don’t get Death Metal

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Paul Cash

DJ


From listening to my Dad's Jimi Hendrix, Cream & Roxy Music LP's at an early age and to my subsequent discovery The Who & Judas Priest before the age of 10, Rock Music has always been an integral part of my life. I appreciate many genres of music, but Rock music defines me. I have a passion for Hard Fuelled, Groove Soaked, Heavy, Grungy, Feel Good Rock 'n' Roll. I also have a passion for Jack Daniels so if you hear me slurring on air, please remember it's purely medicinal


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Stevie J

DJ


I quickly realised in the 70's how dire the radio sounded until Friday nights when the iconic Tommy Vance hosted the Friday Rock Show. I was addicted from then on. Metal was almost never played and then one day in 1981 Motorhead released 'No Sleep 'till Hammersmith' and it smashed in at number one, punching all the lame pop aside. My life has been spent listening to them, the big 4, Thrash, Grunge and All things metal. Pay me enough and I'll show you my Snaggletooth tattoo!

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Andy Shaw

DJ


In 1978 I was a snotty 14 year old at School in Wolverhampton, the same year that Judas Priest released Stained Class and Killing Machine. A little explosion went off in my head – BOOM! I suddenly really got music, the faster and darker the better. Over the following 40+ years I have been to hundreds of gigs, big and small, stood in fields soaked to the skin and been squashed down the front. My love for death metal is as strong as ever, I love to discover and listen to new music. I am often seen in the pit these days photographing bands throughout the Midlands.

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Stephanie Ingram

DJ


My Influences always date back to my childhood,Mainly being Led Zeppelin,Trex and Black Sabbath.My life has always been revolved around music,gig's,watching my family play in bands and supporting the local music scene.I have done promoting in the past putting on gigs in Wolverhampton and Birmingham.I love gigs,festivals and nothing more than kicking back with a good vinyl and a drink with friends

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Courtney Black

DJ


I’ve been listening to alternative music my entire life, with my first influences coming from my parents. I’d listen to Aerosmith and Guns N Roses, then years later sitting in my cousin’s car while they played me Evanescence and Good Charlotte. From there I forked out into metal core when I was in year 10. Since I was young I knew music would always be close to me and play a very big role in my life, and so working along side it is more than a dream come true. I now spend most of my time listening to Motionless In White, Rammstein and Architects.


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Shutty

DJ


Grew up in Keighley in West Yorkshire, always liking loud noises and bright lights. On my 15th birthday at a Motorhead gig in Leeds (1st ever gig) I got confirmation that Rock Music played FAST & LOUD and creating chaos, is definitely the way forward in life! Always finding a way to go to as many gigs as possible and learning all about Rock ‘n’ Roll, I got a drum kit in 1983 and hooked up with a couple of like-minded friends to create noise…following a couple of line-up changes ‘Masquerade’, ‘Spoilt Bratz’ became Terrorvision in 1990 and then signed to EMI Records late 1991.





Reviews Department

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Matthew Brooks

Head Of Reviewer


Ever since I was 12 I’ve been in love with all things fast and heavy. The music of Evile changed my life in a way that lead to a burgeoning love of thrash metal. As time has passed I’ve developed my tastes further and now I’m immersing myself in the world of hardcore. If it makes me feel like I can headbutt down a brick wall chances are I’ll love it. Trap Them and Every Time I Die are recent favourites, but I’ll always carry a flame for Machine Head

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Jon E Smoke

Reviewer


John E Smoke should have been born in Wolverhampton but was instead born in Stone which, if you think about it, is a kind of rock. He is proud of his family’s black country roots in the home of heavy metal. Like a lot of people, his first taste of the heavy stuff came from watching top of the pops as a child. The band in question was Iron Maiden and John’s eyes and ears were opened to the world of heavy. His first proper gig was The Almighty in Wolverhampton, quickly followed by Sepultura.

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David Steed

Head Of Reviewer


Growing up in a house where the likes of Deep Purple and Rainbow were played regularly, it would be unusual if I hadn’t become a huge fan of rock music! I enjoy everything from across the rock and metal spectrum, but my heart lies with the riffs and melodies produced by the likes of Iron Maiden, Alter Bridge and Trivium (to name but a few). I am always excited by new music and am here to give my penny’s worth on the latest the rock/metal scene has to offer.

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Maria Glover

Reviewer


As a teenager I discovered rock through Def Leppard, Guns N Roses and Aerosmith. My tastes have varied over the years (I spent a good deal of time in Indie clubs for several years) and I listen to lots of different styles of music, but I always come back to classic rock n roll as my deep-rooted true love. I’m passionate about continuing the rock scene for years to come and giving new blood bands a good shot, so you’ll find me hanging out at local bars and clubs rather than arenas, and being a short arse I’m usually at the front.


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Rachel Sandford

Head Of Reviews Admin


I'm Rachel. Rock and metal music was something I got into as soon as I heard it at about 11 years old. This led to my entire teen years being spent at shows (bless my mother for coming with me when I was too young to go), and at pigeon park and teenculture (my fellow brummies will hopefully understand me here). I've seen everything from Lamb Of God, to Nightwish, to All Time Low, to Nickelback, and I love it all

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Matt Noble

Reviewer


I first heard Black Sabbath, a band I share a birthplace with, when I was 13. They scared the life out of me, but I was hooked. My favourite bands these days are Mastodon, Baroness, Conjurer, Sleep, Trivium, Boss Keloid and Alice in Chains, but I always have time for the Iommian riffs that captivated me as a young boy. When I'm not at gigs or promoting bands for the Diaries of Doom YouTube channel, all my free time goes towards writing and performing my own bands' music.

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Stan Goode

Reviewer


Pop punk... deathcore... emo... metalcore... Thrash metal... World War 1 themed blackened Death Doom... I'd like to think that over the last few years i've taken an interest in a good variety of music in the metal scene. I may not have been listening to metal as long as some others, but i've thrown myself into the deep end of this epic scene and moshed to almost everything.

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Amy Lawrence

Reviewer


My passion for Metal and Rock was ignited when I discovered Motörhead in 2011, a band that will rigidly remain as my favourite for eternity. Since then, Metal has formed an indelible part of my identity, as I love to listen and research bands of all genres and sizes. Although I do have a tendency to lean towards heavy metal and thrash! To me, there is no other feeling that quite matches the sensation of losing yourself in an album or witnessing the sheer power of a bands live performance.


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Diane Davies

Reviewer


From an early age it was Rock that spun on my turntable mainly Sabbath , Zeppelin and Purple . As my Album collection grew , so did the urge to see my favourite Bands in concert , before long I was attending gigs far and wide ( I still do !) This led me to writing reviews as Dee Dee for Fanzines in the 1990s , including Ruff Diamond , Splitting Headache and Smokin Dragon and contributing to Brum Beat occasionally . After a long hiatus , just like vinyl , I’m returning to something I love doing !

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Courtney Black

Reviewer


I’ve been listening to alternative music my entire life, with my first influences coming from my parents. I’d listen to Aerosmith and Guns N Roses, then years later sitting in my cousin’s car while they played me Evanescence and Good Charlotte. From there I forked out into metal core when I was in year 10. Since I was young I knew music would always be close to me and play a very big role in my life, and so working along side it is more than a dream come true. I now spend most of my time listening to Motionless In White, Rammstein and Architects.

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Karolina Eah Chmal

Reviewer


Metal and I? It's just like night and darkness... Talking of which, brings us to my favourite, most extreme, grimm and controversial subgenre - Black Metal. However, my passion for metal wasn't that utmost in the beginning. As a kid I was looking for something that would match my rebelious soul and then I discovered my dad's cassette collection. I can recall this very moment when for the first time I heard ''Black Magic'' by Slayer. I was thunderstruck and absolutely excited to discover more and more. As I was growing up, I came across different types of rock and metal, to finaly find my beloved one \m/

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Maria Thomas

Reviewer


I discovered MMH through the other half, who is a DJ for the station. I love music, and enjoy admin, so applied for the role, and here we are……….. It was no surprise really, that I ended up loving Rock Music, having grown up hearing the likes of Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy and Queen. My love of Rock Music and gigs/festivals, grew massively back in August 1990, at The Monsters of Rock Festival, Donnington. I never looked back from that point. My personal favourites include Guns n Roses, Whitesnake, Metallica, and more recently Inglorious.


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Beth Sanders

Reviewer


Wish I could say I was named after the Kiss song but my parents aren’t as edgy as that. I’ve been a Paramore fan since day one, started listening to Linkin Park when I was eleven and learnt Enter Sandman in my first guitar lesson. After that, I pierced my nose and haven’t stopped blasting Of Mice & Men, Alter Bridge and My Chemical Romance, and there will forever be a place in my heart for pop punk too- bands like Sleeping With Sirens and Tonight Alive will always be on my playlist.

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Jacob Oakey

Reviewer


From blasting out American idiot on an old CD player when I was 7, to having 5,000 songs saved in my music library, my music taste has come a long way since. I first started listening to metal when I was 12, discovering killswitch engage, trivium, avenged sevenfold, which lead me onto many other bands. Other than listening to music, I spend a lot of time drumming and writing songs. From Sinatra to Slipknot, Elvis to Eminem, George Michael to Gojira and everything in between, I just love music.




Photography Department

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Lisa Billingham

Head Of Photography


Lisa is an internationally published photographer forming one half of Billibee Creative. She has a tremendous passion for rock music and photography and loves to combine both as often as she can. When not at gigs, Lisa can be found working alongside PR companies, agencies, festival organisers as well as managing a local band. With her full time job,and working in the Billibee Creative Studio, this sure makes for a very busy Lisa ….. #lovemylife

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Damian John

Photographer


Born and raised in the birthplace of heavy metal I’ve always had a passion for the genre; a fanaticism which has taken me on countless adventures performing in several bands with my friends. Along the way I picked up a camera and instead focused my energy on capturing the many talented musicians surrounding me before joining Midlands Metalheads in April 2017. As a photographer I really enjoy giving smaller bands the spotlight they deserve.

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Morag Farley

Photographer


I developed a love of rock since Alice Cooper first told us that ‘Schools Out’ and I have had a passion for photography since I first picked up a camera in the mid 70s. I’ve been combining the two for a couple of years in and and around South Wales. I’m keen to help new and upcoming rock bands on their way and I’m often seen around Cardiff supporting the local scene. Rock is a wide genre, and although I love it all, my heart leans towards classic rock.

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Manny Manson

Photographer


They call me Manny I’m a 60’s baby so grew up listening to the 70’s and 80’s. At school in the 70’s I found Rock music and click I’ve loved it ever since. I have vivid memories of going to ‘concerts’ with ‘Vic’, my old mate Bruce, whilst we were still at Boarding School…Of walking back from the Manchester Apollo to Buxton, and managing to hitch a lift over the foggy moors as we’d missed the last train back due to watching Alice Cooper….


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Rob Billingham

Photographer


Hi, I’m Rob, a now retired BT chappie who belongs to Lisa! Since departing the telecoms scene my main interest has become photography, which to date has been mainly centred around live music. Although I am more at home working in the studio that Lisa and I have, I really do enjoy the challenge of festival work (oh, those long hours!), where the MMH family excels and is much respected. I also work with Lisa offering support to local bands as they launch into the music business.

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Jack Kirsop

Photographer


As you can probably tell my name is Jack, and well I've been into rock/metal a long time. From what I remember it was hearing the iconic intro from Run To The Hills by Iron Maiden on a SSX game loading screen on the PS2 when I was a child that got me into the whole alternative scene. I graduated from the University of Lincoln in 2017 where I studied Media Production. I love creating and working on different film projects whether that be filming them, editing them or colouring them.

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Alexandra Peace

Photographer


I'm rubbish at writing bios, that's why I'm a photographer and not a reviewer thank your lucky stars. Photography was something that I fell into, after taking a few pictures on a rubbish compact camera at a Placebo gig. I love all types of music, Classic Rock and Goth Metal hold my heart, but don't be surprised if you see me at a pop concert because some of that stuffs good.

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Martin Power

Photographer


I discovered metal when I was 5 years old when my brother had Judas Priest Ram It Down on Vinyl I was curious about the album art work of the huge fist smashing onto planet earth.. I had to listen!, I started concert when I photographed my friend’s band in my relative short time in music photography I have photographed Skindred, The Damned, Symphony X, Static X, Dope, Soil, Wednesday 13, but some of my favourite gigs have been the up and coming bands from around the UK.


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Si Morgan

Photographer


My childhood was spent listening to Led Zeppelin and The Doors reverberating around the house. At 14 i was attending gigs around Cardiff including Senser, The Wildhearts and Reef. I am rarely seen without a pair of headphones and i dont feel right if music is not playing. I love photographing at any gig or festival and most of my income is spent on music related activities!





Media Department

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Libby Hitchman

News & Media


Hi, I’m Libby and I’m twenty-one years old. I decided to get involved with Midlands Metalheads Radio because I’ve always wanted to be involved in radio and I think it’s great to have a station dedicated to rock and metal music. I was in the rock society at uni and I like a little bit of everything. But, I have a soft spot for pop punk. My fave bands are like the offspring, New found glory, oasis, arctic monkeys, badflower and SWMRS

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Catherine Knight

News & Social Media


Hi guys! My name is Catherine and i’m a rock, punk and metal lover from Rugeley in Staffordshire. Some of my favourite bands are Green Day, Sum 41, Nirvana, The Cure and Pixies. I was a member of the Rock Society at Nottingham Trent University. I play guitar and bass and I try to go to as many gigs as I can! Glad to be a member of the MMH team!




 

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