NaiveYouth are ready to make the leap to recording and releasing original songs they have written – they took some time out from their busy lives to chat to me, before the hard work for the band begins. *** 1. Why did you decide to name the band NaiveYouth? Pretty cliche; standard 15-16 year old lads tryna be edgy I guess haha. Nah, we were all talking about how one day we were gonna just become massive and sell out venues, and I remember Steff was sitting there with his shades on thinking he was cool as fuck, and was … Continue reading INTERVIEW: NaiveYouth
As I’ve said previously, one of the aims of my blog is to provide new bands/singers with a platform to promote their music on – nothing is better than watching an acorn grow into a mighty tree! So if you are interested in a feature, whether it be a Q&As or a single/EP/album review, please email me at: email@example.com 🙂 Ideally, the genres of music the blog focuses on are indie/rock/punk/ music, but if you really want to still send in your music and it’s a different genre, if it is good enough it will be featured 🙂 Looking forward … Continue reading Calling new/up-and-coming acts…
Sometimes bands achieve major success after just a few months in the music game; other times it can take slightly longer – The Minerals of Mars have been making music on and off for around 25 years, but now … Continue reading BAND CORNER: The Minerals of Mars
I’ve always adored the hustle and bustle of London; the unassuming quiet countryside is no match against a city active 24/7 surrounded by different ethnicities and cultures – why spend life stuck in an area moving nowhere when the capital … Continue reading Abbey Road, neon lights and gigs – ‘A day in the Life’ in London.
Earlier this month, I went along to a musical collective evening in my local town, Louth Later. I loved it, and gave it a glimmering positive review on my website. During the evening, I had a spontaneous interview with psychedelic/rock/pop … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Chariots
I write for The Indiependent as well as for my own blog – the online magazine is a platform for young writers like myself, and covers a large range of topics from politics, to opinion articles, and culture such as films … Continue reading Single reviews from an array of dazzling and exciting acts: The Bay Rays, Lewis Capaldi, and Seramic!
It’s fair to say the past couple of weeks have been exceptionally heavy gig wise – following local concerts from a collective of performers at Louth Later and Blossoms at my student union, as well as a trip to Nottingham … Continue reading GIG REVIEW: Circa Waves, Inheaven and The Magic Gang @ Rock City, Nottingham!