London based Public Service Broadcasting’s unique live AV Transmissions see them weave samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material around live drums, guitar, banjo and electronics.
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Placebo are one of the defining alternative rock bands of the past 20 years, with 12 million albums sold to date worldwide. The band’s self titled debut album helped pave the way for a strong shift in British music, acting as an antithesis to Britpop and inspiring a generation of bands to follow them. Placebo went on to claim their place in British music history with five top ten albums in the UK, collaborating with music legends including David Bowie, Robert Smith and Michael Stipe. The group played sold out tours and festival headline slots across the globe.
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Joe Goddard, member of Hot Chip and the 2 Bears, songwriter, producer, DJ, remixer and co-founder of the Greco-Roman label. Like Four Tet, Caribou and Jamie xx, Joe combines a thirst for experimentation, an instinctive understanding of the dancefloor and a love of left-of-centre pop music.
It's my daughters birthday tomorrow as well! ✅💪🎁 https://t.co/qskGYZ0dw8
For many years, people both within and outside the music business have been asking - where are Britain’s home-grown country stars? Ward Thomas may well be providing the answers. They are on the threshold of becoming one of the first genuine major British Country acts. Over the past year or so Ward Thomas have proved to be one of the most exciting and talented of the new crop of names to have appeared on the international Country music scene.
@MaddieandTae Welcome back to the U.K.! See you guys in Ireland !
For Koen Van De Wardt, making music is a far greater pursuit than simply creating something to catch someone else’s ear.
Louisiana native, Gill Landry, is a singer-songwriter, multi- instrumentalist, adventuresome photographer, hitchhiking gentleman, self taught painter, shade tree mechanic, and then some. It would take a novel to tell his tale. From hustling the streets of Paris to hitchhiking America on day labor and daydreams, he's slept beneath bridges with his brothers and in the beds of lordy estates. After cutting his musical teeth in New Orleans and chewing up half of America, he started writing songs about it; interpreting life from the curb up.
As far as politicians coming out against hate, It's like a friend of mine once said "You don't get extra points for doing the right thing."
One of the many endearing things about Bruno Major is that he doesn’t seem to have any idea – really, not a single clue – what a powerful and emotionally searing singer he is. Ask Bruno about his guitar-playing and, sheepish grin out of the way, he’ll wax lyrical about an instrument he first picked up at the age of seven, and which has seen him through good times and bad, triumphs and false starts, ever since. It comes as no surprise whatsoever to learn that Bruno studied and mastered jazz guitar (studies that saw him earning a living as a session guitarist from the young age of 16). The “extra chord” that is such a hallmark of the jazz greats – and eludes so many guitarists unversed in the musical language of the genre – is a constant in Bruno’s writing, and a quality that sets him far apart from that endless stable of like-minded peers.