Summer 2019 crashes onto the scene with one of the most exciting new festivals to emerge in the UK. Nestled in the heart of Welshpool, Funk in The Forest brings music fans three full days of live shows, arts, events, camping, great food, DJs, and plenty of good times.
This month sees Cardiff’s biggest night for music back for it’s third year in a row. The Cardiff Music Awards returns on Friday 29th March, from 6:00 pm – 10:30 pm at Tramshed- promoting & celebrating the very best of the cities music scene. Tickets are just £15.
“From my onstage vantage point, it was a beautifully organized chaos that seemed to have no end in site, but Redman was down for every minute of it. It felt like one big happy family at the end of the night, and nothing but love resonated through the building.”
This may have been one of the only shows I’ve attended where it seemed as if everyone was completely glued to the stage at all times. The way she constructs On My Mind will blow your mind.
PRS Presents is a superb event to get involved with – they’re an important organisation regardless, but to actually be out there, touring & celebrating the music world’s independent talents far & wide, is absolutely something we need to be getting on board with.
Jake offers a lot in the way of expressive artistry. The intensity varies & in fact grows throughout – space turns to distortion, calm turns to manic, light turns to darkness. Always this progression showcases the real-time nature of performance.
It helps to see the music world as a community, rather than something to be at war with. Connect with people, team up with people, help each other out.
Raising the profile for the Newhaven Fort – the unique landmark will provide a never before seen backdrop to a must attend boutique music festival.
For the introvert, performing is about personal development & recognising fear as irrational. You know what you’re doing, it’s just a matter of doing it.
It’s the art of fusing creation with being sociable. The art of sharing, togetherness, peer acceptance and encouragement. It’s helping each other feel comfortable bringing that private home performance out into a trusting, safe yet public environment. And more so, it’s the art of encouraging those home performances to continue. We don’t stop making our … Continued
In my recent journey through fusing creation of music with exploration, appreciation, and writing about it; I’ve come to realise something fairly interesting. With my writing, I have a noticeable sense of fearlessness. If someone mildly (or not so) criticises my writing, I immediately want to overcome the problem; I want to improve, learn from … Continued
This is dedicated to the quiet ones – the often silent ones, the dreamers, the we predict a riot ones (but softly, from the sideline). The loud ones get all of the attention. The loud ones demand a mention, they initiate the intervention and insist they’re the elite – they can alleviate your tension. But … Continued