Starting off with some thunder claps to align with the apparent pulses that the girl ignites in the protagonist, Thunder fuses melody hooks and a clear appreciation for convential songwriting skills with a rhythmic backbone and electronic shimmers in a tune emblematic of Brijs. The 25 year old producer, based in South East London, hasContinue reading “Brijs – Thunder”
‘Too white, too male, too middle class.’ It’s a soundbite we hear too often in the UK, and in 2013 was the words of an independent review Government review into skills and leadership in the voluntary sector, led by Dame Mary Marsh. October is Black History Month, a time to celebrate and acknowledge black history,Continue reading “Black History Month – Making a difference with diversity”
Stuck for which festival to go to this summer? Check out this hugely useful interactive tool to help you decide. Created by thetrainline it allows you to select your favourite artists – and reveals the perfect festival for you. Click image to open interactive version (via thetrainline.com).
The articulate and amazing Spring Offensive have released their latest single (on a Saturday?!) called Worry Fill My Heart. Here’s the video for your delight. Listen carefully to the lyrics…we’ve all felt like this! “ALL I NEED… is just a couple of hundred- It should keep me for a few weeks…… I’m like a childContinue reading “Spring Offensive – Worry Fill My Heart”