KID WAVE AN INDIE ROCK FOURSOME, SENDING NEW WAVES THROUGH THE MUSIC SCENE!

What is the band’s name?
Kid Wave

 

Whats the reason behind the band’s name?

It’s basically just a play on words. Me and my friend Josie were sitting in a café in Kentish Town an afternoon after getting kicked out from work when I came up with it.

 

How old are you?
I’m 23.

 

What is your genre of music?
I normally say indie rock.

 

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

I started it as a recording project after moving to England in 2011. I met Serra (drummer) at a local music college here and then later Harry (bass) via mutual friends. Mattias and I have known each other for a long time and hail from the same town in Sweden.

 

How long have you been doing music?
-Since my early teens.

 

What made you go in to music?
Sounds strange but I just woke up one day and knew that’s what I wanted to do. And it’s been a very consistent and strong feeling ever since, I’m interested in a lot of things but I never wanted to do anything else really.

Are you a signed?
Yeah, the band is signed to Heavenly Recordings in the UK.

 

I first saw your Music at ‘Stereophonics’, what is it like being on a tour like that?
It was amazing. We’ve never played massive venues like that or been part of a big production before; they were travelling with a crew of 60 people and catering. It’s in a way a lot easier because the venues are all purpose built. Normally you have to carry your gear up two flights of stairs and then you hang out in a scrub behind the stage drinking warm Carlsberg or something like that, which is also cool but not as luxurious. On this tour we had nice dressing rooms and our own showers and stuff because venues that size I have that I guess. We were so well looked after. The tour was like a fun holiday. I tend to say that a lot about doing music stuff ha, but really compared to my every day life doing what I love is like a holiday for me.

 

Who was the best night so far?
I loved all the shows. I think Brighton and Nottingham were the best performance wise, but Manchester was pretty special as it was the first time playing an arena and I had a bit of a real life moment on stage. The size of that place is impressive. I always get a bit of post tour anxiety before the tour actually finishes so the last show (and the biggest one) in London at the O2 was a bit of a blur although it was the coolest thing ever to get to play there.

 

You are headlining one of NME’s + Austins 2016, what was that like to get the call?

Really cool! It’ll be the last show for us in a while as we’re now working on album 2, so it’ll be a special one for sure.

 

What instruments do you play?
Guitar, piano and drums.

 

Who are your influences?
At the moment I’m really into songwriters like Ryan Adams and Jeff Buckley.

 

When will your new material be out?
There will be new stuff out later next year!
Will you be doing your own tour?
Yeah we will for sure do our own tour when the new album is out.

 

What Cities would you want to perform in?
All of them haha.

 

Where is the best place you’ve performed?
Scotland is always fun! And London is special because it’s home ground for us. I also enjoyed playing in Scandinavia and Paris a lot. The crowds there are really fun to play to.

 

And the best Venue?
I loved La Cigale in Paris. It’s a beautiful venue. Molotow in Hamburg was great as well, we played there twice at Reeperbahn Festival and it’s just a really cool place. The basement room is tiny, it was so crowded people who couldn’t get in were watching from outside and the vibe is just amazing.

 

How do you get inspiration to write songs?
Sounds like a cliché but I think life in general. I think the second album will be different to the first because you know, you evolve and things change all the time. But I think as a writer I tend to come back to the same things a lot.

 

Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?
Hopefully we have our second and maybe even third album out by then. I just wanna keep writing and releasing music. I love touring so I hope I’ll be on the road, but to be honest who knows. Looking back 5 years my life was very different to how it is now.

 

When you’re not doing music, what do you do?
I walk a lot. I love being outdoors. I like travelling and being on the move, I try to always have projects going. I think I’m one of those who always search for something to keep me going. When I come back from tour I have to have something else to look forward to or work on otherwise I’d go mad I think. Sometimes it’s music, sometimes I design clothes and jewellery that I never use and sometimes I just I write other things but music. Right now I’m focusing on the second album and going to LA to write and see my publisher.

 

If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?
There are many. I think Justin in The Vaccines is one of the most solid songwriters in the UK guitar music world right now. Their sound has evolved over the years but you always recognize his writing style. I think that’s what makes a great songwriter. When we were on tour with them they wrote like 50 songs on their day off and rehearsed new material at soundcheck. I’m quite slow when it comes to writing but it’s cool to get an insight in how other people write and work, it’s so individual. I’d like to do a collab just to see how one actually writes 10 songs in a day.

 

If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be?
Ryan Adams, Josh Homme , Jeff Tweedy or Tom Petty. I really can’t decide, would be a dream come true either way. I’d love to write with them, for them to produce a song or even just observe them work (like a proper creep ha). I watch all these geeky videos and live performances on youtube, I think I’m just trying to learn. I’m not from a musical family or anything like that so I’ve had no guidance musically and although I’m pretty confident in what I want and what I like, I look to others for input and tips. Songwriting doesn’t come with a manual and most of the time I find that you’re pending between hating yourself and loving yourself. It’s pretty terrible when you think about it.

 

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?
Ever since I saw Wilco perform at Roundhouse in London I’ve wanted to play there, its really one of the best sounding venues and a beautiful room.

 

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in USA?
We’d love to play Coachella, be amazing to experience a festival in good weather haha!

 

What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?
-At the time I listened to a lot of Swedish music and bands like Laakso, Florence Valentin and Broder Daniel. Can’t pick one song though!

 

What was the first song you wrote?
I wrote a song about a donkey and all the animals I wanted to have when I was like 6 years old. I was obsessed (still am) with animals.

 

What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
To let things take time. I’m rubbish at it myself but when you look back you can always see that the way things happen make sense. Sometimes you gotta let it take time and not rush into anything – when you’re ready, you’ll know and things happen naturally.

 

What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
Enjoy the ride. Be prepared for a lot of hard work, there’s very little money in it for young and upcoming bands so you probably have to juggle with part time jobs and stuff. But if you’re in it for the love of music, which most people are, it’s always worth it no matter the level you’re at. And don’t listen too much to what other people say! I mean its good to listen to people with more experience but you don’t have to buy everything they say. We all have to make up our own minds. I was probably the only one in my class in college who got told by the teachers to not pursue a career in music – “Keep it as a hobby, you’re not talented enough”, “the industry is tough” and all that. It’s hard enough having to fight your own insecurities about doing music, but having to face everybody else’s is even worse. Now I’m the only one with a record deal and a debut album out of the 30 students in my class so try not to listen too much to what everyone thinks and says. If you want something and believe you can do it – go get it yourself; no one else will do it for you.

 

What quote or saying do you always stick by?
That human connects with humans. Hiding one’s humanity and trying to project an image of perfection makes life vague and lifeless. We’re drawn to shared interests, shared problems and life energy. It’s sometimes easy to forget in today’s society. I try to always be very open and honest about flaws, my problems and myself because I find that it helps other people open up about theirs too.

 

When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?
To bring? My guitar, extra guitar, my capo, my phone charger and plektrums.

 

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

Yep – search for Kid Wave

http://www.facebook.com/kidwavemusic
Instagram: kidwavemusic
Twitter: kidwavemusic

BRONNIE HUGHES IS JUST A 18 YEAR OLD WITH A VOICE THAT ELECTRIFY’S, WITH HER POP/ROCK GENRE ITS SAFE TO SAY SHE’S BRINGING IT BACK FOR THE GIRLS IN MUSIC!

What is your Full name?  

Bronwen Lily Hughes

 

How old are you?

18

 

What is your genre of music?

Pop/Rock

 

Give us a little bio about you –

I’m from Wirral, England! (Basically Liverpool but no one has heard of the Wirral) I’m currently studying pop music & Sound Tech at Paul McCartney’s music uni for a year! I write weird songs constantly and I enjoy long romantic walks… To the fridge.

 

How long have you been doing music and what made you go in to music?

I’ve wanted to be a singer for as long as I can remember but often changed my mind by liking photography; musical theatre etc but I’ve always loved the singing aspect of musical theatre! I’ve been singing in front of people in musical theatre since I was 7, I had my FIRST EVER SOLO when I was 14 (Never been so nervous in my life!!!) I spent years deciding what I wanted to be when I was older but singing was always there in the back of my head so after a short trip to Wales (April 2014) one night I randomly downloaded all of Busted’s albums, realised how awesome they are and decided I want to do what they do!

 

 

Are you a signed?

Nope, I’ve had various people contacting me but you just got to pick the right deal that’s best for you and your musicJ

 

What instruments do you play?

Guitar

 

Who are your influences?

A lot of old school pop/rock bands! …. Busted, Bowling For Soup, Green Day, Blink 182… you get my jist!

 

Will we see an album next year, if so can you say when?  

You’ll definitely be seeing an EP next year;)

 

Will you be doing any gigs or a Tour?

Hopefully!

 

How do you get inspiration to write songs?

Most of the time I get inspiration after I listen to my favourite bands or watch a high school ‘American Pie’ type film!

 

Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?

Writing songs for myself and various artists, hopefully I’ll be in a kick ass band!! I definitely would like to be in a band with dudes and not girls though, I just get on better writing and recording with guys cause every guy I work with loves the same bands as I do! .. not many girls I know like to rock out to a bit of old school Blink haha!

 

 

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

Eating, smelling candles… one time I found myself in the Yankee Candle store for 45 MINUTES just smelling every single candle in there… heaven!

 

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

James Bourne, I love every single song he writes and his band Busted is awesome and he was the reason I started writing songs!

 

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

I have to admit… I’m turning into a Bielieber so it would be awesome to collab with the man himself… talk about good promo;)
But I would also love to work with the band Bowling For Soup as they have sparked a lot of song ideas for me!

 

 

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

Liverpool Echo Arena! I’ve seen my favourite artists and bands play; it would be mega for me!

 

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

Probably the Forum in LA!

 

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

I’m not sure what song but it was definitely the 2 Busted albums!

 

What was the first song you wrote?

It was a song called Stay; I wrote that song the day after I downloaded all of Busted’s tracks and was blown away!!

 

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

Miranda Miller from Hey Violet said to me in LA… Practise for at least 2 hours a day on your instrument/s, do anything to promote yourself and make your self known by putting yourself out there, believe you can do it, and with help and support from your mates and family you can do it!

 

What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?

Just go for it! Be the musician you want to be… even if you fail a couple of times!

 

What quote or saying do you always stick by?

‘Good things don’t happen to those who wait… good things happen to those who get up off their asses and do shit!’

 

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

  My Social Media Links!


TWITTER: ‪https://twitter.com/Bronnie97

INSTAGRAM: ‪https://www.instagram.com/bronniehughes/

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

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGfW5Xm0JGyoQhxReahVePA

SNAPCHAT: BRONNIEHUGHES

THE HAPPY HIPPO FAMILY ARE A NEW SWEDISH BAND TO WATCH WITH THEIR SPARKLING ELECTRONIC INFUSED INDIE POP GENRE.. SAY HELLO TO THESE LADS!

What are your Full names?
Timmy Bjärnebro, Martin Qvarfordt, Björn Fhager, Calle Viman, Rickard Andersson

 

What is the band called?
THHF (or The Happy Hippo Family)

 

How old are you?
28 and 29 years old, all of us.

 

What is your genre of music?
Plain Indie pop/rock

 

Give us a little bio about the band and you guys as individuals.
To make a long story short – we’re a bunch of childhood friends that hooked up after high school to spend “the last summer of fun” together before we grew up… We lived together for three summer months, started to write some music and became booked to a show… Since then we’ve had that last summer of fun over and over again for the last few years… We’ve pretty much grown up, have had a bunch of different jobs and became a bit older but we still have fun as hell while playing. It was pretty rock’n’roll for the first years – all fun, getting drunk and playing some tunes… Then we had to adapt the lifestyle to be able to hold it together… It’s the classic scenario where you have to choose between partying for a week or playing good shows for a week… We choose to play shows and focus on writing good songs instead of drinking as much free beer as possible and since then we’ve been in both Germany, England, France and Japan! So we’ve grown up but still have fun and are traveling to places we probably wouldn’t have visited unless we took that decision.

 

How long have you been doing music?
We spent that “last summer of fun” on a Swedish island together back in 2008 and have been doing music together since.  So it’s been a while.

 

What made you go in to music?
We’ve all been in different bands since we were kids… I guess we all started with the dream of becoming rock stars.. But the rock star thoughts change with time… I guess we still want to be rock stars but now the meaning of a rock star is more that we want to be able to make a living on it than just being famous for the sake of being famous – a rock star is a profession, ha ha!

 

Are you a signed?
We run our own label back in Sweden – at the moment we release everything in Europe from there… Then we work with other companies for PR and stuff, it’s a pretty good solution. Then we’re signed in Japan cause it’s pretty hard to run business ourselves over there.

 

What instruments do you play?
Timmy Bjärnebro – bass and backing vocals.
Martin Qvarfordt –
Lead vocals and synthesizer.
Björn Fhager –
Drums/Percussion.
Calle Viman –
Guitar, synthesizer and backing vocals.
Rickard Andersson –
Guitar and backing vocals.

 

Who are your influences?
A lot of UK indie bands – The Wombats, The Libertines, The Kooks, well there’s plenty of them… And since we grew up in Sweden there’s plenty of Swedish indie bands as well – the indie genre were great back in the 90’s with bands like Popsicle, This Perfect Day and The Wannadies.. They’re probably overseen in the UK but they’re definitely worth checking out! Then there’s more classic, older influences like Blondie or Springsteen.

 

Your single has just come our ‘Two Blocks Down’ tell us more about it and the inspiration behind it.
Well, it was the last song to get onto the album.  We wrote it while we recorded the other songs and it wasn’t really meant to be on the album at all… It was Björn (drummer) that came with the synth loop in the studio while we tracked some guitars – then we sat down together and came up with the vocal harmonies and lyrics on just a few hours. Then Martin (lead singer) did another verse and a mid8 when he got home later that same day… Then we decided to record it and our producer really liked the song… It turned out to be one of the strongest songs so we decided to put it as the first single.

 

Will we see an album next year, if so can you say when?
Yes. There will be 2 more single releases in the spring and then the album will be released during the summer. Probably in July or August.

 

Will you be doing any gigs or a Tour?
Things are getting booked as we speak. We’ll probably do 2 periods in UK – 1 in the spring and 1 in the summer…

 

How do you get inspiration to write songs?
It’s different every time. Two Blocks Down have its chorus based on youth in our hometown Orebro. Lyrics can come from everything really – real life, movies, documentaries, books, geniuos quotes from our friends like in ‘R U Injured?- … Melodies at the other hand are really hard to point where they arise from…  they just come and needs to be saved and stored somewhere so they do not get forgotten. We probably have 1000 melodies ready to be put together to songs just lying around…

 

Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?
Hopefully we can do more touring and playing bigger venues… No – more venues! Small venues are awesome; we love to play the more intimate pubs and home-shows… It would be ideal to have a good old mix between the larger venues and the small intimate ones. We would like to see more of the world as well… US and more of UK and Asia would be amazing. And of course we’ve released a lot of more awesome music in five years time.

 

When you’re not doing music, what do you do?
Two of us have ended up working with music and other bands because of this band – then we have Carl the CEO, Rickard the Environment fighter and Bjorn the Engineer… So when we’re not out doing shows, recording music or spend our days in the rehearsal, we have our jobs to go to. Which is pretty nice. Our bass player Timmy just got a little kid as well, so he’s home doing his best to raise a child to this cruel and weird world.

 

If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?
Pete. Without doubt.

 

If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be?
The Boss would be pretty freaking awesome.  It would shake the world!

 

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?
Glastonbury or Leeds… We actually had a dream of playing 93 feet east in London cause we’ve been there watching great bands and know that the Libertines and other bands we like have been playing there… but now we played there when we headed over in November so we can cut that from our bucket list.

 

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in USA?
Oh… well, spend some hot days in LA and play Coachella wouldn’t be to bad, would it?

 

What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?
That’s a hard one… we all arise from different music genres – pop, metal and punk… But if we need to find that one song that all of us can relate to… we have to say Blondie – Heart Of Glass. Just pure brilliance!

 

What was the first song you wrote?
The first song we wrote together was called The Happy Hippo Family song… It’s obviously unreleased but it might be found on a mp3 site somewhere… And it will be given to a bunch of people together with the release of the new album as well – we did a crowdfunding campaign on Kick starter for the new album, and the hardcore fans that pledged enormous amounts of money will get our whole catalogue – pretty much every single demo that we’ve done.

 

What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
“Don’t sign this”… Probably… or it could have been worst advice, no one knows. But let us believe it was the best advice we’ve ever received.

 

What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
Have fun…basically! If a band is going to stick together for plenty of years it needs a good fundament… to have fun together is probably the best fundament you can have. If you play together for other reasons it probably wont last as long…

 

What quote or saying do you always stick by?
Not really a quote or a saying but we’ve had the same routine before every single show since we started out.  We stand in a circle, lay our hands in the middle and scream the lamest word in the world… its too lame to name in an interview… It’s pretty embarrassing – but a good tradition that still makes us all laugh out loud before every show

 

When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?
1) Don’t drink too much. Early in our career it happened quite frequently that we had a bit too much – we started to play on different songs and stuff like that…In one word: Embarrasing.
2) Bring 1 track list each. This is still a problem for us.
3) Remember the bass. This goes for Timmy, our bass player. It has happened quite a few times that he has arrived to a show without a bass so nowadays everyone double check that we always carry a spare bass for him
4)  The cliché of having fun – its why we’re doing it!
5) Someone might have to drive home if we do not have a driver with us… Can be tricky sometimes! Arguments and fists can be thrown at each other.

 

Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?http://www.facebook.com/thehappyhippofamily

https://twitter.com/happyhippofam

https://www.instagram.com/thehappyhippofamily/

HUSKY ARE ALTERNATIVE FOLK DUO WITH A TWIST, GET READY TO HEAR A LOT MORE OF THEM IN THE FUTURE!

 

 

What is your full name? 

Gideon Preiss

How old are you?

32

What is your genre of music?

Alternative Folk. Or something like that..

 

Give us a little Bio of the you.

Myself and Husky grew up to the soundtrack of the great 60’s and 70’s harmonising bands like Simon and Garfunkel and Crosby, Stills Nash and Young. Singing and piano lessons were an important part of our childhoods and because we are family we shared all these things as little boys. Other things that featured around these years were the movies of Van Damme and 80’s pop hits that were on the radio at that time. We were lucky to have spent these years together but of course it was just normal life for us back then. When we were older we pursued different musical interests and it wasn’t until we were both well into our twenty’s that we starting making music together. In 2011 we released our first record Forever So and have since continued to work very closely together touring and making music until today.

 

How long have you been doing music?

I was always interested in music as a child and I have very fond memories of listening to records and hearing my brothers and cousins singing and playing. I learnt piano from an early age but didn’t really take to it until I was a teenager. I studied music throughout high school and was very lucky to have great teachers, mentors and young musicians to inspire me.

 

What made you go in to music?

I never had to make a choice to go in to music. It was something that just happened. I started gigging with my high school band (consisting of musicians I still play with today) and I never really stopped. I joined a number of bands after school and played around Melbourne taking small tours when I had the opportunity. Husky himself was on a different musical journey with more of a focus on writing. When we started seriously working together the partnership felt right and we wanted to keep exploring the kinds of music me could make together.

 

Are you a signed?

We are signed to different label’s in different territory’s. Liberation in Australia, Embassy of Music in Germany and Nevado Music in the US.

 

What instruments do you play?

 

My main instrument is piano and I also sing harmonies in the band. I play a few other instruments badly also.

 

Who are your influences?

I’ve always had very wide influences and there is so much great new music that my influences change with time. But I always come back to the great songwriters like Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Paul Simon. I also grew up listening to lots of Jazz and soul music. Recently I’ve been listening to the Milk Carton Kids and Jonothan Wilson.

 

When will your new material be out?

 

We’ve just wrapped up a big period of touring in Europe and we’re finally home in Australia for a while. It will be the first time in a long time that we can sit and write in any routine way. So we will start working towards a new record to be recorded and released next year.

 

Will you be doing any gigs

We have a homecoming gig coming up very soon in Melbourne and then it’s back to writing for a new record.

 

How do you get inspiration to write songs?

 

Inspiration can be a mysterious thing. Sometimes it’s hard to know where it comes from. Movies, books and great music is a tangible kind of inspiration but I like when it comes in more abstract ways – through dreams or strange interactions with people.

 

Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?

 

Hopefully still trying to mkae good music with good people.

 

 

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

 

Watch movies, drink coffee, read, cook.

 

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

Guy Garvey – an amazing singer and he seems like someone who’d have some good stories to tell.

 

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

Jonothan Wilson – he channels and pulls together so much about what I love in old recordings.

 

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

Brixton Academy – because that’s where Faith No More’s live record was recorded and it’s a knockout!

 

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

Not sure if you can really play there but I’d love an excuse to go to Burning Man.

 

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

Great Gig In the Sky – Pink Floyd. My piano teacher at the time taught me the chord changes and I played it obsessively as a teenager – jamming along with the vocal solo at the end of the tune.

 

What was the first song you wrote? 

Not really sure but probably something corny for a girl in high school.

 

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

Our UK tour manager has given some words of advice over the years but nothing that I’d share in public so I’ll take Tom Waits’ advice and say ‘know how to take a punch.’ Not that he gave me that advice personally but its still pretty good..

What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?

‘Know how to take a punch’

What quote or saying do you always stick by?

“The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool“ – Shakespeare

 

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

  • Money for a beer
  • Good attitude
  • Ear plugs
  • Comfortable footwear
  • A tambourine or harmonica to jam along

 

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

www.facebook.com/huskysongs

www.instagram.com/huskysongs

www.twitter/huskysongs

REVIEW: THE HAPPY HIPPO FAMILY RELEASED THEIR BRAND NEW SINGLE ON THE 4TH DECEMBER, SEE WHAT I THINK OF IT RIGHT HERE!

The Happy Hippo Family are a Four piece made up of Björn Fhager,Carl Viman,Rickard Andersson,Timmy Bjärnebro and Martin Qvarfordt. These are an Indie-Pop Fivesome from Sweden.

The new Single ‘ Two  Blocks Down’ starts with a very smooth but upbeat intro which really  makes you want to listen to see how the rest of the track is going to sound.

The melody is really interesting and peaceful to listen to and it is one of those songs you will remember after the first listen… in a good way of course.

Both Vocally and Instrumentally this is a song that has high quality throughout and original.

 

This is a track to be played on a long journey when you are travelling…it will definitely get you through it.

DEFINITELY A TRACK TO GET DOWNLOADED WITHOUT A DOUBT.

 

Check it out below:

 

 

I cannot wait for the lads to release the album!

 

 

Be sure to Like their Facebook page and keep update to date with all their new music and announcements!

https://www.facebook.com/thehappyhippofamily/timeline

GET TO KNOW  MORE ABOUT 15 YEAR OLD GEORGIA DENTON AND WHAT IS NEXT FOR HER! WITH HER VOICE BE READY TO WATCH HER GO FAR!

What is your full name?
Georgia Denton
I don’t have a middle name 🙂

 

 

How old are you?
I am 15 years old

 

 

What is your genre of music?
I love soul/RnB

 

 

Give us a little Bio of the you.
Im just a normal teenager who loves music! I’ve sung ever since I could talk, but never really started performing until I got to high school 4 years ago. I moved over to Australia when I was 8 and I now live in Melbourne. I have 2 horses and a dog.

 

 

 

How long have you been doing music?
forever.

 

 
What made you go in to music?
I never really thought about “going into music”, I’ve just done it I guess. I’ve always sung but never really decided I wanted to have a career out of it up until about, probably 2 years ago.

 

 
Are you a signed?
No I am not.

 

 
What instruments do you play?
I am currently teaching myself piano and guitar.

 
Who are your influences?
I have many musical influences. I love old music but listen to a wide range of genres and styles. Some of my all time favourite musicians would be Beyonce, Jessie J, Etta James and Celine Dion

 
When will your new material be out?
I am currently working with an awesome guy who will be recording my videos so I can put some covers up on youtube.

 
Will you be doing any gigs?
Yeah absolutely!

 
How do you get inspiration to write songs?
To be honest, I’m only just starting to write words on paper. I struggle to be lyrical and unlock my emotions.

 
Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?
That’s a hard one. I’m just trying to live in the moment. I think I’ve always been focused on the future (that might not be a bad thing) instead of whats happening right now.

 
When you’re not doing music, what do you do?
I will be either doing school work or riding my horse. Thats also a big passion of mine.

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

 
If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be?
That’s so difficult!! But i would love to work with Beyonce or Jo Jo who I think has an amazing voice

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

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

 

 
What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?
I’m not 100% sure, but I know that the first “good” performance I ever did was with the song At Last when I was 11/12

 

 
What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
To not let anyone change me and to stay true to who I am.

 

 

What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
Be yourself. Perform as much as you can and remember that music should never be about anyone else except yourself.

 

 
What quote or saying do you always stick by?
‘Do not let your tongue mention someone’s faults. You are also full of faults, and others have tongues too’

 

 
When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?
– You cannot forget your music thats for sure!
– your cables
– tuner
– Your audience

 
Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?
Yep!
Instagram and Twitter– @georgiadenton_

Facebook and YouTube– Georgia Denton

Snapchat– georgia.denton

REVIEW: BELLMAN RELEASES BRAND NEW SINGLE ‘WE ARE THE GUNS’

Bellman is back with his latest release and I love it! 

  
We Are The Guns starts with a heavy but peaceful drum beat which really builds the song up very nicely.

With his raspy and appealing vocals come through making the whole song a perfect piece of music.
This is a single made from hard work and dedication which shows throughout.

This is a track to listen to anytime of the day!
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