It was a great year for 24 year-old singer-songwriter Jacob Anderson, known by his stage name Raleigh Ritchie. He released his third EP, went on tour and continues to work on his album, which he will be releasing in 2015. We got the chance to have a chat with him before his gig in Heaven, London and found out that 2015 was going to be an even crazier year for him.
We spoke to Neon Waltz’s Jordan Shearer about the state of alternative music, the impact of music sharing sites and the difficulty of breaking the industry.
By Callum Sharp First off, I would like to give a mention to the support, Andrew Combs. Also a guitar playing Nashville resident, Combs was the perfect ice breaker for the main act and he left me extremely intrigued to see what Justin Townes Earle
by Callum Sharp Charlie Simpson’s recent UK acoustic tour finished with a bang at the Islington Assembly Hall. With support from three brilliant artists; Willow Robinson, Emma Blackery and Blackwell, the show shaped up to be superbly epic. It was great to see such a
By Ruya Yonak How did you start making music? We’ve known each other since we were 7 years old. We basically did everything together. Making a band was inevitable in a way. Did you have any musicians in your family? Our (Bear and Bo’s) parents
We had a chance to interview The Ramona Flowers, check their advice for young musicians and news about their upcoming album.
We spoke to Coasts before they gig in Heaven, London.
We got a chance to meet and see the performance of By the Rivers, Leicester 6 piece “british reggae” band.