The revolution will not be televised… but it will be at Cambridge Jazz Festival this upcoming weekend as Malik & the O.G.’s prepare a run of events at the festival celebrating the work of Gil Scott-Heron. The upcoming appearance at Cambridge Jazz Festival include multiple seminars, talks and performance by Malik Al Nasir, showcasing why… Read More “The Revolution Will Be Live!” – Malik & The O.G.’s come to Cambridge.
If you need a band to redefine a genre, Homerik are the guys you’ve been looking for. Their exciting new sound takes everything you knew about metal and turns it on its head, leaving you shell shocked and wondering where exactly it is that your mind was just led. Watch their epic video to “A… Read More Homerik – Genre defying metal from New York
Roger Rudenstein is not what many people would expect from a classical composer and musician. Not for him the polite, white-gloved bowing and strict adherance to convention, nor even the generic inspirations of stately events and environment. Instead, for the last few years, he has been systematically documenting his views on the political climate in… Read More Introducing Classical Music’s Enfant Terrible, Roger Rudenstein
Jak Chantler of former Kerrang’s ‘Best Unsigned Band’ Kingskin is prepare for the launch of his new project Short Sharp Scratch, with the release of ‘Shell Suit’ and the upcoming EP of the same name. With Short Sharp Scratch, Chantler is stepping away from the alternative rock sounds of Kingskin and has crafted a soulful… Read More Jak Chantler prepares to don his ‘Shell Suit’ in his latest release with Short Sharp Scratch.
Temper Cartel have thrown their toys out of the pram so to speak with their energetic indie anthem and music video for ‘Babysitter’. The video was released on the 9th of August, and features a collection of over 40 fans acting out child-like states, having a tantrum, fitting the hectic dynamic of the tune. The… Read More “I don’t need a babysitter!” Temper Cartel channel a guileless rage in their new track ‘Babysitter’
Calling all urban music fans, this is the video for you. ‘Video of the week’ goes to former innocent singer-songwriter Serena Kern, who has now ventured into a totally different style with her grime inspired new track ‘Drop Top’ ft. Ms Banks. Find out more on Serena Kern here: Links: http://www.serenakern.com https://www.facebook.com/SerenaKern https://twitter.com/Serena_Kern https://www.instagram.com/serena_kern/?hl=en https://www.vevo.com/watch/serena-kern/drop-top-(produced-by-ayo-beatz)/QMAXQ1503621
We’re all about the songwriters here at Songwriter Spotlight and it’s we’re happy to hear that the new music competition platform, Salute Music Makers, is too! Having launched back in April for contestants to upload their tracks, Salute has been growing its ever expanding empire, building bridges with notable partners including UNILAD, GRM Daily, Tenement… Read More New Music Competition Removes Entry Fee