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HUNOW Documentary Release: The Evolution of the Music Industry

https://youtu.be/Gyxhn7s_wZA Just released, The Evolution of the Music Industry documents a snapshot of the changes happening in the world of audio. Chronicling topics ranging from music production to piracy, this documentary sees Jack Eaton taking the viewer everywhere from the renowned former Olympic Studios in London to home studios in Cornwall. During the course of this documentary anyone watching will ...

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An Interview with Fins A Luminous

Continuing to create a sound that is as mysterious as it is diverse, Brit duo Fins A Luminous are back with two fresh tracks that are, whilst remaining vastly different, equally as effective at enticing and provoking thought. Released via Bandcamp earlier this year, the double A side is an indication of the effect that exploring a variety of genres has had on their musical maturity. HUNOW caught up with BBC ...

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An Interview With The Computers

Hailing from Exeter, The Computers are a rock band whose sound has progressed from a hardcore punk genre to more of a blues and soul vibe, whilst maintaining the catchy riffs that make rock bands stand out. We caught up with the drummer, Aiden Sinclair, on the night of their Southampton show at The Joiners. Settled on a red couch, with a glass of something red in his hand, we discussed their new EP, Want Th ...

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Photos: Never Shout Never – Warped Tour UK 2015

[gallery type="slideshow" ids="13450,13451,13452,13453,13454,13455"] This year we caught Never Shout Never's set at Warped Tour UK. The Missouri band played their acoustic and reggae infused sounds to many happy gig-goers. You can read our full review of their set now here. To find out more about Never Shout Never, you can visit their: Facebook | Twitter | Website ...

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Review: Warped Tour UK 2015

Warped Tour will forever be special– whilst it’s only a taster of its American counterpart, the UK show consists of a variety of new and old talent that is key to keeping the alternative music scene thriving. We had a blast this year, seeing a whole host of different bands and artists from a mixture of genres. First up, we caught the fantastic Rob Lynch and he’s not just a pretty face. Armed with his full b ...

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