The Rise of the Visual Album

Over the past several years streaming sites such as Spotify have become increasingly popular generating a lot of different types of publicity for musicians and their music, meaning that the art of a simple video that would previously be shown on MTV or  YouTube are starting to look slightly outdated as the public are debatably... Continue Reading →

BBC Amplify Review

Marking 10 years of BBC Introducing, Amplify became the first music convention of this size to take over the Excel, London with over 100 sessions and 250 guest speakers. It homed a variety of masterclasses, performances and Q&A’s making it valuable for all musicians and anyone willing to pursue a career in the music industry.... Continue Reading →


Not too long ago we were saying goodbye to Metal Hammer, Classic Rock and Prog Magazine as Team Rock were to be no more. In a series of fortunate events however Metal Hammer has been bought, saved and will be returning to the shelves of your local retailer on the 10th of February. Their comeback... Continue Reading →

The Sun Mugged Off By Cabbage

The Sun, you know that pathetic excuse for a news source? Well they decided to create a band and artist 'top tip for 2017' list, very similar to the BBCs. To add to their accumulation of mistakes, they decided to put Manchester band Cabbage on their list, this was their response: I think their words... Continue Reading →

BBC Sound of 2017: longlist

­BBC Sound of 2017 longlist has been released. ‘Sound of..’ is an annual poll taken by industry figures in hope to find the most promising new musical talent for the upcoming year. Compiled by a panel of 170 international DJs, music critics and writers that were asked to name their top three favourite new artists... Continue Reading →

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