2021 is coming to an end, what a year it’s been, it’s been a strange and tough year for us all. Luckily for us live music has returned which is something we have all missed but we are glad it’s back. It has still been a tough year for bands and artist who have had to reschedule gigs and even cancel shows at the last minute but i’m sure I speak for all when I say we don’t mind, we are just glad the live music has returned and hopefully everything will be fully back to normal soon.Continue reading “Top 10 bands of 2021”
The end of 2020 is coming to an end, what a year it’s been, it’s been a strange and tough year for us all. The music industry has been hit hard this year with gigs being unable to go ahead and no date of when we will be able to watch live music again. Artists and bands have had to get creative this year on how to keep the connection between them and the fans, some did acoustic live videos whilst others found ways to create new music. I’m sure I speak for all the artists, bands and fans when I say I can’t wait for the live music to return.
I’ve not been to many gigs this year, but I have still found and interviewed so many incredible bands, as well as finding new ones I’ve been spoilt with new music and news from bands I’ve known about. The music has kept me going through this strange year and I’m sure it’s done the same for a lot of people. I would like to take the chance to thank every single band that has contacted the blog this year also to the bands I have interviewed as well as reviewing singles, EP’s and albums. A special mention to the incredible bands that have messaged me throughout the year to see how I am etc and who have even sent me music and merchandise in the post, you are all incredible people and it’s all very much appreciated.
I’ve decided to pick my top 20 bands of 2020 this year, as it’s been a strange year, I thought why not change the rules. I thought this may make it a little easier for me to pick this year but I was wrong, after hours of making list and trying to cut the lists down I finally had my top 20 bands of 2020, so here they are.Continue reading “Top 20 bands of 2020”
The end of 2019 is days away, what a year 2019 has been, a year full of fantastic music and gigs from some talented bands. I have been to some brilliant gigs this year and I have interviewed some great bands, as well as listening to the bands I’ve known about for a while I’ve also found some great bands this year. I’ve managed to choose my top 10 bands of 2019, it’s been hard to choose but I’ve managed to narrow it down and believe me when I say I’ve spent hours on this list but finally I have my top 10 bands of 2019.Continue reading “Top 10 bands of 2019”
The end of 2018 is days away, brining to an end a year full of fantastic music and gigs from some talented bands. I have been to some brilliant gigs this year and I have interviewed some great bands. I’ve managed to choose my top 10 bands of 2018, it’s been hard to choose but I’ve managed to narrow it down.Read more
Chris Bramley is a young energetic 21 year old musician, from Leicester, who’s been doing gigs and open mics around mainly Leicester for a while now. His love of music and performing means he’s happy to play anywhere anytime. He has a lot of influences like The Beatles, The Kinks, Oasis, Arctic Monkeys, The Smiths, Jake Bugg and The Verve.
So 2017 is nearly over and what a year it has been, I have been to some brilliant gigs and I have interviewed some fantastic bands. I’ve managed to choose my top 10 bands I have seen this year, it’s been hard to choose but I’ve managed to choose.
I’ve just heard this new and upcoming band called The Assist they are indie/alternative, well what can I say , one word excellent. The quartet are from Walsall they got together in 2014 consisting of two brothers Mikey Stanton (vocals) , and Ryan Stanton (guitar) , Jak baker (bassist) and Ben Faulkner (drums). Continue reading “The Assist”