The Best Music Events (on a Budget) This Month

The summer months are filled with some of the best music, gigs and nights (and days) our anyone could ask for. But if the purse strings just aren’t stretching enough for that festival ticket or you’re missing Glastonbury then we have the perfect days and nights out for music lovers on a budget… Heatwave Brixton: […]

Interview: RuthAnne

Irish singer-songwriter RuthAnne first made a name for herself writing hits such as ‘Too Little Too Late’ for Jojo, as well as hits by Britney Spears, One Direction, Niall Horan, Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha, to name a few… Now, RuthAnne is focusing on her solo career, and we couldn’t be more excited about it! Her […]

Meet Steve Lacy: The 19 Year Old Producing For Kendrick Lamar From His Phone

Meet 19 year old Steve Lacy. Aside from being a member of Grammy-nominated group, The Internet and producing his own music, singer-song writer and producer Steve Lacy has produced for the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Twenty88, Isaiah Rashad, J.Cole and Tyler, the Creator. But defying the usual big production and recording studios, Lacy does the […]

Interview: Casey Pearl… Cryptocurrency and the Future of Music

London based indie-folk artist Casey Pearl is paving the way for up and coming artists, and she’s using crypto currency and technology to do it… After amassing a loyal following with her enchanting, often melancholy and always sincere music, Casey Peal has become one of the only grassroots artists to follow in the footsteps of […]

Artist of the Month: Mabel – BRIT Sessions, Hidden Gems and Harry Styles

After beginning her music career with her first single ‘Know Me Better’ in 2015, Mabel has risen to popularity with her 2017 album ‘Ivy and Roses’ and hit singles in 2018, which have seen her move into the realm of household names. After her album release at the end of last year, being announced as […]

Why is it Harder to “Make It” as a Woman in the Music Industry?

Following the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, the Weinstein allegations and continued sexism consuming Hollywood, is it finally time the music industry also faces the music; that sexism and the exploitation of women is still very much alive in the music industry. Just last week one of the largest music events of the year, The Grammys, was […]