So as the dust settles from an amazing weekend of music and fundraising I'm left thinking what now? What's next? So despite my own little session being a disaster, the Inyourearsmusic sessions supporting #FBWMusic was a triumph...pulling together the great and good from a burgeoning new music scene from all over the country and into … Continue reading When the Music’s over…play another record.
Every new music scene always has a few bands that totally represent the fans, the masses, the community that supports them. They defy the snobbish music industry and their packaged and carefully marketed acts. They aren't forced on us. They are chosen by US. Bands like The Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, Oasis all chosen to … Continue reading Hot Track of The Week – The Shed Project – Feel My Love
So what is it they say - great things happen in times of adversity. One of the best things to happen during these crazy lockdown times, is that is has allowed people time to reflect and focus on what is important in life and try things they always wanted to do, be kinder, find ways … Continue reading Interview With….Virtual Pub Crawl Creator – IndieRob
So its happened again the great paper shredder in the sky has called time on the much loved Q magazine - it has gone the way of many before it - no one is indestructable and its credit its lasted as long as is has in todays world. I'm sure across the UK today many … Continue reading If Q wasn’t the A, then where do we go next.
Ah the difficult second album - something of a legend in music or is it just a myth? Whilst some bands release such a magnificent first album its almost impossible to follow (The Stones Roses), other bands take it in their stride (Oasis), some release an even better album after a dodgy start (Blur, Radiohead). … Continue reading Album review – Finer Times in Other Worlds – Crimson Bloom