REVIEW: THE HUMMINGBIRDS ARE SET TO RELEASE THEIR DEBUT EP ‘OUT OF THE RAIN’ AND I’VE HAD THE CHANCE TO HAVE A SNEAK PEAK. HERE’S WHAT I THOUGHT OF IT.

The Hummingbirds are a five piece from Liverpool made up of Jamie Davies, Mathew Brougham, Michael Kountis, Ryan Lewis & Richard Smith and set to release it on their own label ‘Gladstone Recording Co’.

With the boys hometown musical influences around them it is definitely safe to say these have got that perfect and added their own contemporary sound to it and created a EP that you will have on repeat everywhere.

Track 1 is the title itself ‘ Out Of The Rain’ starts the EP off a smooth and guitar riff start with the vocals coming straight through which are quiet but you still hear the power in it.

Track 2 is titled ‘Awaiting Your Called’ a very emotional feel to this song but with the guitar and piano instrumental really creates an image that you capture as soon as you listen to the whole song.
Lyrically this is a song that you can really connect to and feel the truth being sang by the five piece.

Last but not least is track number 3 ‘Home’ this my favourite of the three… A more upbeat folk feel to it and the vocals are smoky and appealing which just makes you want to have it on repeat and show your friends.
As well as that the rhythm just carries you you just imagine that your in a small intimate gig with the lads just sipping a nice drink, enjoying the music.

The Hummingbirds are a band that sound so professional and has the creativity to be a successful band and they will be so make sure you are following them on social media

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/wearethehummingbirdsUK

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/TheHummingbirds

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNTu0cx7mLt8OQYbmSzRXUw

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REVIEW: HATT& MOSLEY FEATURING BRONX SLANG ‘ POKER STARS’

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starting the track is a drum solo giving you a insight of how the tracks is going to be and really gets you in the dancing mood.
when the vocals comes om they are very consistent and tuneful which makes the track even more enjoyable to liste to.
The beat is solid and has a great rythmic effects that flow all the way through the song adn striking digital effects which really makes it their own.
All Artists performance quality shrines straight through and really makes you want to listen to this over and over and look forward to future releases.
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REVIEW: BLUES/SOUL BAND LUNA LEPAGE RELEASED THEIR LATEST TRACK ‘PHOENIX’ ON THE 20TH OCTOBER. HERE’S WHAT I THINK!

A Blues/Soul band ‘LUNA LEPAGE’ are ready to show the world what they have to offer!

A calm and slow instrumental which carries you peacefully throughout the song.

Beth Morris  is the lead vocalist of Luna LePage and her silvery vocals come straight through and magic comes out…

Having being influenced by many including Amy Winehouse if safe to say you can hear it in the song. Straight away Beth’s vocals remind me of Amy Winehouse’s but with her own unique twist on then which  are so pleasant and consistent to listen too. This is a track you’ll have on repeat and will be hearing  a lot more of very soon!

Lyrically this is a song that seems have a lot of meaning behind it like it’s telling a story and you can somehow relate to what they are singing about.

Going from the darkest place to finding that light and leading  you in the direction you want to be going in to and just feeling happy about the good stuff that has happened to you after all the dark thinks that happened which are now just memories.

This a song with a meaning that will always pull you out of the bad things and allow you to remember something better is awaiting around the corner.

This is such a professional and creative band that you will all be hearing a lot more of so make sure you are keeping update with them!

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LISA RONSON IS SET TO RELEASE HER BRAND NEW DEBUT ALBUM  ‘Emperors of Medieval Japan’ AND THIS IS ONE TO BE ON YOUR PLAYLIST!

Lisa Ronson knew where she was heading in the career ladder from a very young being brought up with music around her 24-7 with her family and now it’s time for Lisa to use her musical skills she’s learnt and take a dive in to the music scene SOLO,
Being born and brought in New York City and then relocating to London in 2012 it’s safe to say that Lisa is going to bring out great songs with both NY and London vibes mixed in but always have that originality especially with her vocals.

Let’s get talking about the album….

Staring song is an instrumental where you hear Lisa just talking giving you an insight of what the album is about but also a very heavy but slow instrumental all together.

Track two is a song which is called the title of the whole album ‘Emperors of Medieval Japan’.
This track is more upbeat than the first track which is fantastic with the soft piano coming through and when the electric guitar comes in you just know by adding that in to the mix creates a beautiful sound throughout.
Lisa vocals then come through and are very orotund and fantastically go together with the instrumental to create a piece of music you want to listen to and should be heard by you all.

Track three ‘One Lunar Month’ you straight away hear that drum and guitar and its great… I love this track! A again upbeat and really feel the synths pop genre with the echo’s of vocals in the background which gives you that space feel.
The vocal melody again is amazing, this would be one to remember and in a good way! Lisa vocals not just in this track in the whole album are very distinctive and edgy which you will love and want to put this on repeat.
The instrumental is very powerful and solid showing Lisa’s creativeness in the song.
Here is track number 6 ‘Shopping and F****** ‘for you to listen too!

This is just three of the songs on the 9 track album and if you want to hear more you will have to go get it when it is released on the 6th November 2015 … so not that long away, this is an album to not miss out on.

Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Emperors-Medieval-Japan-Lisa-Ronson/dp/B014JYG8B2

BE SURE TO BE FOLLOWING LISA RONSON ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND KEEP UP TO DATE WITH HER BECAUSE YOU WILL BE HEAR ALOT MORE FROM THIS ARTIST.

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/LisaRonsonMusic/timeline
TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LisaRonsonMusic

THE EXIT BLACK BOYS ARE ON THEIR WAY BACK WITH A BRAND NEW EP ‘ PREDATOR &PREY EP AND I HAVE TO SAY THIS IS THEIR BEST ONE YET!

Track 1 is a intro with sets the whole EP and gives you an insight of how its going to end and listening to this first its upbeat and will get you on your feet which is fantasti way to start off any EP/Album/Single.

Track 2 ‘BREATHE’ straight in with the rock genre shining straight through and Tony’s strong and husked vocals beaming thorugh amazingly.

Track 3 ‘ Mistake’ a slower and down beat track showing the various tones Tony is able to do.
With drums and bass and guitar coming in the back just makes the track seem very calm and close to them but still have the rock feel to it.

Track 4 ‘ Rise and Fall’ again slower than track two but still differnt to track 3 as the powerful rock feel tone in Tony’s voice comes out and makes the track even more unique,fun and wants to make air drum/ air guitar in your room.

Track 5 ‘On My Own’ seems a personal to the boys but also telling their story to maybe help their fans or just wanted to get it off their chest because holding on is hurting to much.
Now debuting this track the boys may feel they will do it ‘ On My (Their) Own’ because no one is going to put them down or let anything stop them from persuing their dream.
This EP will have you rocking out in room all day so be sure to be getting your copy when it is released on the 25th OCTOBER!

KICKING OFF THE RELEASE IS THE EP LAUNCH AT THE HAT FACTORY IN LUTON

LINKS WILL BE UP ON THEIR SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES AND WEBSITE LINKS BELOW

http://www.exitblack.com
http://www.twitter.com/exitblackonline
http://www.facebook.com/

LILY MCKENZIE A SOLO ARTIST ON THE RISE WITH HER UNIQUE SOUND AND READY TO TAKE A DIVE IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY AS A INDEPENDENT ARTIST … YOU ALL WILL BE HEARING A LOT MORE OF LILY!

What are your full name?  

Lily McKenzie

What is your genre of music? 

R&B / Electronic

Give us a little Bio of the you. 

Lily has collaborated with producers and artists such as Breakage, Wiley, Brackles and Falty DL to name a few. More recently she appeared on ‘Shelter’ by Spectrasoul and the Breakage record ‘Stolen’ on Digital Soundboy album ’When The Night Comes’.

Lily McKenzie has had a passion for singing and song writing from the early age of 7, when she would write songs accompanying herself on her first instrument, the piano. The former Brit School student has honed her craft and sound on her latest record ‘Sunlight’, using elements of acoustic piano and minimal electronic. She now self-produces all her own material, and is proud to showcase this EP.

How long have you been doing music? 

Since as long as I can remember, But I started properly when I joined a Grime crew at 15

What made you go in to music? 

I have always had a passion for writing poetry and making songs up on the piano so it was just a natural thing for me to do

Are you a signed? 

No, I am an independent artist

What instruments do you play? 

Piano and vocals

Who are your influences? 

90s R&B, early 00’s grime, garage, drum and bass

When will your new material be out? 

It’s out this week! Sunlight my first self produced EP is now available to download for free on my soundcloud page

Will you be doing any gigs?  

Yes, in the new year- all gigs can be found on my website.

How do you get inspiration to write songs? 

Usually an idea or topic will come to me based on my own experiences or something a friend has been through. When I’m stuck I like to read or watch films to get different angles on a situation.

Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years? 

Creating music that I love, to have grown musically in terms of my sound, production and song writing – and to be working with producers and collaborators that inspire me. To still be having fun with music and to be selling music to people who love what I do.

When you’re not doing  music, what do you do? 

I like cooking or going to the gym, sometimes I’ll chill out and watch some rubbish TV with a pack of biscuits and a cup of tea.

If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?  

That’s a hard one, there are so many great artists making great music here at the moment. Probably Skepta, I’ve always been a massive fan. Or a singer called Kwabs- he has such a beautiful soulful voice.

If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be? 

Justin Vernon from Bon Iver – I love Bon Iver’s music and he seems so creative- I would imagine a studio session with him to be very inspiring.

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK? 

Glastonbury.. I have always gone to the festival since I was young and it has to be the most exciting place to play

What was the first song you wrote?  

I’ve always written songs and poems since I can remember, but the first song I recorded was called ‘Today’ and it was about letting go … It was just piano and vocals and I recorded it when I was 13.

What advice would you give to aspiring musicians? 

To focus on the music and on being you, nothing else matters and the rest will follow

What quote or saying do you always stick by? 

Everything happens for a reason, I’m an over thinker so I stick to that saying otherwise I would drive myself insane!

When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?  

Water, keyboard, Laptop, Lip gloss, lyrics!

Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/lilymckenzie

Twitter: https://twitter.com/LilyMckenzie

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Lilymckenziemusic

Website: http://www.lilymckenzie.co.uk

THE INDIE/ALTERNATIVE GROUP FROM SHEFFIELD ‘ THE SHERLOCKS’ ARE ON THE UP, CONSTANTLY ON TOURS/GIGGING THESE LADS ARE READY TO PERFORM IN BIGGER VENUES AND BIGGER CITIES, WATCH OUT FOR THEM!

What are your full names?   

Kiaran Crook

Brandon Crook

Andy Davidson

Josh Davidson

What is the band’s name?   

The Sherlocks

Whats the reason behind the band’s name?   

Andy was only 13/14 at the time the band started and he used to state obvious things such as “it’s raining” then followed the remarks such as “well done Sherlocks” & “no sh*t Sherlocks”

The name stuck from that point!

How old are you?  

22, 22, 19, 17

What is your genre of music?  

Indie/alternative

Give us a little Bio of the band and you guys individually/  

The band consists of two sets of brothers, Kiaran and Brandon | Andy and Josh

We come from a little village near Sheffield.

Kiaran – vocals/ guitar

Brandon – drums

Andy – bass

Josh – lead guitar

How long have you been doing music?  

We started jamming in 2010 and we are stil playing now.

What made you go in to music?  

Nothing made us go into music,  it just kind of happened and processed to this point now.

Are you a signed?  

Currently unsigned but have interest from labels

Who are your influences?  

The Clash, The Police and The JAM!

When will your new material be out?  

New single ‘Heart of Gold’ is out 6 Nov

Will you be doing any gigs besides you Single launch?  

We are on a constant tour! Leads straight into 2016. We love being on the road!!!

Where did the inspiration for the new single ‘Heart of Gold’? 

Personal experience, about trying to make it work with someone where you know it’s just not going to in the end

How do you get inspiration to write songs? 

Mainly from personal experience and observing life in general

Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?  

I can see ourselves continuing to grow. We would love to play arenas/stadiums!! We are all for the fans and want them to have a great night wherever we play!

When you’re not making music, what do you do?  

We rarely have any down time at this stage when we are not touring we are writing and practicing!

You’ve got to commit yourself to make things work in the music industry!

If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?   

Paul Weller, a pure legend and huge influence for me personally!

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?  

We would love to headline the pyramid stage at Glastonbury one year! We are aiming for the top!

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in USA?  

It would have to be Madison Sq Gardens!

What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?   

Not really one song, more of listening to my dads collection of The Jam and The Clash

What was the first song you wrote?   

It was either ‘Meantime’ or a track called ‘Make Her Mine’

What’s the best advice you have ever been given?  

Keep true to yourself! A lot of bands go off the boil when they get a bit of success and it goes to their head

What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?  

Write good songs and work hard! Never stop pushing for what you want. Nobody gives you anything

Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you? 

Mainly so we can interact with them all and see reactions to shows/songs etc

All our social media pages are on our website:

http://thesherlocksmusic.co.uk/

WE ALL KNOW LISA RONSON WAS BORN MUSICALLY BUT NOW IS THE TIME FOR LISA TO SHINE AS A SOLO ARTIST, NEW ALBUM COMING VERY SOON AS WELL… BE READY! CHECK OUT WHAT ITS ABOUT AND MORE!

What is your full name?
 
Lisa Ronson
 
How old are you?
 
38
 
What is your genre of music?
 
Post Synthetic – a fusion of guitars with anachronistic synthesiser sounds and drum machines. Set to dystopian/futurist lyrics.
 
Give us a little Bio of the you.
 
Lisa was born and brought up in the US, living in Woodstock, New York, and later in New York City itself. She relocated to London in 2012.
 
Fresh back from the recent Holy Holy tour where she performed guest vocals as part of the Bowie associated super group with her father’s fellow Spiders From Mars band mate Woody Woodmansey and producer Tony Visconti, Lisa is no stranger to the stage and recording process. Her own former group ‘The Secret History’, a New York based indie art/ pop group, gained success and achieved widespread critical acclaim throughout the US and garnered a cult following in the UK. 
 
How long have you been doing music?
 
Since my 20s
 
What made you go in to music?
 
My love of music and wanting to express myself
 
Are you a signed?
 
Yes – to Maniac Squat Records, a small label based near London
 
What instruments do you play?
 
Vocals, percussion and a bit of keyboards
 
Who are your influences?
 
New Order, Depeche Mode, The Human League, T-Rex, Wu Tang Clan, The Cure, The Beach Boys, My Favourite, Beach House, Future Islands, David Lynch 
 
When will your new material be out?
 
My new album ‘Emperors of Medieval Japan’ will be out on 6 November.
 
Will you be doing any gigs? 
 
I’ve just finished a UK tour supporting Reeves Gabrels & His Imaginary Friends. I will confirm more gigs in 2016.
 
Where did the inspiration behind the new album? 
 
I wanted to make a dark, dystopian, album with existentialist and sci-fi themes; exploring the bleaker parts of consciousness. I also wanted to make something that was evocative and provoked questions.  
 
How do you get inspiration to write songs?
 
I dream a lot – for this album I read a few sci-fi novels. My experiences, particularly the difficult ones. It’s important to me the intention in lyrics is poetic.
 
Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?
 
Making and performing music that connects with people and provokes feelings and questions.
 
When you’re not doing music, what do you do?
 
I like to go out; London is such a vibrant and exciting city. I read, watch films.  
 
If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?
 
There are too many to choose from. Maybe Robert Smith from the Cure.  Maybe Joe Elliott from Def Leppard. 
 
If you could collaborate with one US Artist who would it be?
 
I think Kristeen Young and I could make something sound good. 
 
Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?
 
I performed at Latitude a couple of years ago and the Isle of Wight this year, both of which were great. I’d love to do Glastonbury, that would be special.
 
 
What was the first song you wrote? 
 
Oh gosh I can’t remember. My best friend and I started making up songs  when we were six!
 
What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
 
Give up
 
What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
 
Be yourself, unless you have no imagination, in which case be someone else who is interesting.
 
What quote or saying do you always stick by?
 It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice.
 
When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?
 
My iPad, eye-liner, my co-writer, producer, guitarist Paul Cuddeford, a dress and a double vodka and soda (please).
 
Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?
 
Twitter: @lisaronsonmusic
Facebook: /lisaronsonmusic

Kolin is the 80’s disco and synth pop and psychedelic rock artist to follow , get to know more about him here 

What is your full name?

Mark Linczenyi. My friends call me Marko.

How old are you?

32.

What is your genre of music?

That is somewhere between 80’s disco, synth pop and psychedelic rock. But I compose different types of music as well, including romantic trap and electronic music.

Give us a little Bio of you.

I started my music career in the children’s choir of The Hungarian State Opera. I have been studying music (playing the piano and singing) since 1991. I have studied classical music for fifteen years and had the opportunity of singing with talents including José Carreras and Bobby McFerrin. For over a decade now I have been studying jazz, as well as composing and producing music myself. Among others I’m the singer/songwriter and producer of the two time MTV EMA award winner band, KOLIN. I am also always involve in other projects, including writing film scores, as well as appearing on Hungary’s got talent, as one of their main presenters.

How long have you been doing music?

Since a child I have been dancing for over 25 years and as a serious performer for around 15 years.

What made you go in to music?

When I was around (how old???) we went over with my mother’s friends place and there was a piano in the living room, I was playing it for hours, which must have been really uncomfortable to listen to. As a result my mother’s friend suggested that she take me to music school. She did. And I’ll always love her because of this.

Are you a signed Artist?

I used to be signed with Universal but now I’m free as a bird.

What instruments do you play?

Piano and guitar and I am also a singer.

Who are your influences?

It’s really hard to name them. They change with time. I used to be a huge fan of Mike Patton’s and Bobby McFerrin’s. Then I started to listen to the 80’s music, mostly disco and synth pop. They are super funny. These days I listen to mostly rap and hip-hop music or indie, including tUnE yArDs or Alt-J.

When will your new material be out?

It should be ready for early next year. We already have all the demos ready for the next album and recorded the final mixes for four songs out of the 12.

How do you get inspiration to write songs?

Right now I am at a Portugal fishing village where I am writing the final lyrics to some of the tracks and I going surfing as well. That’s how I find my inspiration. Somehow I find sitting in the studio isn’t the best place to feel inspired.

Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?

On a tropical island swimming with dolphins or mermaids.

When you’re not doing  music, what do you do?

I have several projects to take care of. Besides this I do lots of extreme sports such as surfing and skateboarding. I also go canoeing and running twice a week.

If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?

Alt-J.

If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be?

Dr. Dre or Snoop.

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?

Since I’ve never played in the U.K. before at first I would settle for the smallest club in the world over there and I daren’t think about the far future.

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in USA?

Since I’ve never played in the U.S. before at first I would settle for the smallest club in the world over there and I daren’t think about the far future.

What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?

I think when I was a teenage, it much have been ‘Self Esteem’ by The OffSpring. After this, there are too many to name them all.

What was the first song you wrote?

It was a primitive punk song with angry political lyrics. Awful and ridiculous at the same time.

What’s the best advice you have ever been given?

Quit singing. But I didn’t take this advice.

What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?

To do the best they can and do that loudly.

What quote or saying do you always stick by?

Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive, ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin’ alive.

When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?

First do not forget to go to the toilet before the gig. Secondly, that u need to have still water on stage. Also a towel. Make sure your zipper is closed! Finally never forget to kiss at least one girl before the end of the performance.

Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?

https://www.facebook.com/thekolin

https://instagram.com/kolinofficial/

ONE- WAY SONG ARE THE NEW MANCHESTER DUO TAKING A STEP OUT TO SHOW THE WORLD THEIR STORY AND MUSIC.

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What’s the band called? 
One-Way Song.
 
Where did the name come from? 
It’s taken from a Wyndham Lewis poem of the same name, a very underrated writer.
 
What are your full names?
Luke Gilfedder and Angus Macalister, we run the group. Danielle Roseler is a model from Manchester, originally from South Africa, and she is also involved with the group.
 
How old are you?
We are both 22.
 
What is your genre of music?
Alternative
 
Give us a little Bio of you as a band and individual.
We also run a Manchester theatre group ‘Finn Youth’ which began when we met at Manchester Grammar School. We turned down university to do ‘Finn Youth’, and we had shows at the Royal Exchange Manchester in 2012 & 2015 and on the West End also.
Luke was born in Warrington and Angus in Wilmslow, two very different places! Manchester is like the neutral ground. That’ll be reflected in the music. This first single is very Wilmslow – for better or for worse.
 
How long have you been doing music?
The group only started in Summer 2015, so not too long really! 
 
What made you go in to music?
Austerity and/or ‘La Dolce Vita’!
 
Are you a signed?
No, though we haven’t even looked for a label yet.
 
What instruments do you play?
We’re pretty much just the fundamentals – Guitars, Synth (the new Korg) Bass and Drums!
 
Who are your influences?
For music: Real Lies & John Barry. For books it’d be: Norman Mailer, Colin Wilson & Jonathan Meades – they’re all great.
 
When will your new material be out?
‘When I Was Bully’ – the first single, is out on the 17th October. 
 
Is there a Album coming out?
Definitely. The debut will be early next year. ‘Passionate Leave’ is the working title right now.
 
Will you guys be touring and where if you are? 
We will be doing a tour to support the album next year. It would be great to do some stuff outside of Manchester on that tour finally!
 
How do you get inspiration to write songs?
Inspiration is just life in 2015 really – everything seems to be getting better as it gets worse, everything is becoming more sensitive to nuance as it becomes more orthodox. Young people can sense – and shape through music, film & fashion – all of these changes, but they get too wrapped up in apathy to do anything about it.
 
Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?
Hard to predict really in the current climate! It’s all about outlasting yourself, keeping the group going strong, and on our terms, as best as we can.
 
When you’re not doing music, what do you do?
Let football and cheap alcohol shake us to the core. 
 
If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?
Robbie Williams
 
If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be?
David Johansen
 
Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?
The Ritz in Manchester would be good to play one day.
 
Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in USA?
The Grand Ole Opry.
 
What do you think of the Manchester music scene? And do you think Manchester could do more for unsigned artist? 
 
It is ok in places and there’s usually one good thing a week, but Manchester can be very caught up with ‘musical heritage’, and the main audiences seem to be dads or students, or both…
 
Scenes are always defined by the people who stand outside of them, you can’t ‘inject’ true difference by arts schemes, groups have to build their way up. So when something good comes, Manchester just needs to give it room, and humbly promote its difference.
 
What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?
 
Good question… probably ‘A Thousand Lifetimes’ by Glen Campbell
 
What was the first song you wrote?
 
It was a song about a few nights in Marseille called ‘Riviera Nightmare’  – we developed it and it’s gonna make it onto the album we think!
 
What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
 
Never trust anyone without unaccounted-for years in them.
 
What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
 
Do not project what might be, but what should be. 
 
What quote or saying do you always stick by?
 
“Life is hard when no-one knows the importance of it” – Nijinsky
 
When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?
 
All the usual things really:
 
– Is everyone there on time
– Is everyone in the right frame of mind 
– Is everything set up right
– If you’re working with people at the venue, making sure they are on the same page as you
– Stay behind for a drink afterward if the venue is alright!
 
Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?
Yes, everyone can follow 1WS (One-Way Song) on