HUNOW Documentary Release: The Evolution of the Music Industry

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 ...

An Interview with Fins A Luminous

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 ...

An Interview With The Computers

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 ...

Film Review: Carol

Film Review: Carol

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=679wr31SXWk Hype can be a dangerous thing. Inflated expectations can lead to inflated disappointment. I have been looking forward to watching Carol  ...

Aesthetica Short Film Festival: Top 10

Aesthetica Short Film Festival: Top 10

[caption id="attachment_13467" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Credit: ASFF promotional collage[/caption] The Aesthetica Short Film Festival was held in York once again this year ...

Photos: Never Shout Never – Warped Tour UK 2015

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 regg ...

Review: Warped Tour UK 2015

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 alter ...

Album Review: PS I Love You – Death Dreams (Paper Bag Records)

Following their Polaris Music Prize listed debut album, PS I Love You are set to release their next album Death Dreams in the UK on May 28th 2012. The new release is inspired by Paul Saulniers (Vocals/guitar) reoccurring dreams about his mortality, brought on by experiencing life on the road. It is clear that this release is not as light-hearted as debut album Meet Me At The Muster Station but the dark and ...

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Album Review: Digital Soundboy Soundsystem – FABRICLIVE 63 (Fabric Records)

A light-hearted soul voice emerges from a range of percussion instruments playing to a groovy beat that gives you no choice other than to move to the energetic rhythm. This is the first official Digital Soundboy Soundsystem mix, due to be released 21.05.12 (USA: 19.06.12). FABRICLIVE 63 is a mix that takes a party to many places, a mix that crosses many genres and features a range of talent from Shy FX to D ...

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EP REVIEW: Moving Mountains (Triple Crown Records) – New Light

The new EP from post-rock band, Moving Mountains, is certainly a change to say the least. This recent release titled New Light is a re-interpreted version of previously released songs, which features many musical twists on the originals. Although for die-hard fans of the group this may be a little difficult to get into, as it is rather different, it is important to remember that change isn’t always a bad th ...

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She Knows The Road: Harriet Jones

A young musician, Harriet Jones, has been causing quite a stir recently in the city of Plymouth. The fact that Jones has never played a cover song is certainly a unique prospect of her musical persona. She writes with the intention of telling a story through her songs, proving her ability to write interesting and original lyrics throughout her pieces. It is no surprise that the English folk and soul singer, ...

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In the Basement: An Interview with Harriet Jones

Here is an interview with Harriet Jones. This interview explores Jones' recent success and what she thinks about it all. Enjoy! holdupnow: when did you start playing/writing songs? Harriet Jones: I wrote poems first, then terrible songs, then bearable songs. holdupnow: As an artist, you seem to pride yourself that you haven't ever played a cover song. Why is this? Do you play other material in your personal ...

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