Three EPs, three members, one band. My Youth hits Napster and iTunes featured releases with their first recordings
New music bands are continuously emerging. There’s plenty of talent and passion for music production. However, it is difficult to break into the crowded music industry, but let me introduce you to a rising band that is likely to hit the core.
Since leaving The X Factor – MK1 – duo Charlie Rundle and Simeon ‘Sim’ Dixon- have been mapping out a plan for world domination. After having their dreams of winning the talent show crushed, they are recharged, eager, and ready to climb the musical ranks.
Swiss producer Ripperton has been steadily building himself a strong reputation for high quality electronic music for quite some time now, starting out in the late Nineties and working constantly ever since to become a revered producer and DJ. On his new album he explores his musical side to greater depths. The album, A Little Part Of Shade, was released back in June so I decided to have a quick chat with Ripperton about how it all came together and how its been received so far.
As I write this, the BBC Proms is in full swing. But next summer, the Proms just might have some stiff competition. It’s a dedicated classical-rave festival called SWARM and it’s format is one altogether more familiar.
Unless you’ve been under a rock, you will know that Stooshe are coming off a big year. They have survived the girl-band apocalypse and have seen their debut album, London With The Lights On, hit the charts faster than a speeding bullet
Jahméne Douglas is the ultimate working-class boy who went from stacking shelves at his local supermarket to being a runner-up on The X Factor to last week having the number one album in the country. The 22-year-old singer re-emerged to don the mantle of reality-TV glory, and most importantly he’s still just as grounded as he was before the talent show launched him to acclaim.
Lewisham MC Kozzie may be young, but when he speaks about his experiences in the grime scene you would be forgiven for thinking you were talking to one of the genre’s veterans
It’s just gone midnight in midsummer Croatia and Stadion Poljud, home of Croatian football team Hajduk Split, has been thumping to electronic beats for the best part of eight hours already.
This weekend one of the UK’s biggest ever underground electric music festivals takes place on the hallowed turf at Knebworth Park. Eastern Electrics is the name of the festival and there are over 100 of the world’s greatest house and techno artists on the bill, providing music over the course of three days.
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