The Loudest Bands In History: 10 Ear-Splitting Acts Who’ll Batter Your Brain With Sound

For decades, musicians have turned their amplifiers up to 11 in a quest to blow audiences away with their walls of sound. From old-school heavy metallers to cutting-edge electronica artists, bands across a range of genres have shredded eardrums, damaged buildings, and even caused earthquakes from the sonic booms they’ve produced. In this article, we’veContinue reading “The Loudest Bands In History: 10 Ear-Splitting Acts Who’ll Batter Your Brain With Sound”

Devon Youth Chamber Brass Launched To Support Young Musicians

Musical Group Devon Youth Chamber Brass Founded To Support Young Musicians In The South-West A new musical group, Devon Youth Chamber Brass, has been founded to support young musicians in the Devon area. This new and exciting musical organisation was created by British composer and brass educator, Sam Massey. He is also the musical directorContinue reading “Devon Youth Chamber Brass Launched To Support Young Musicians”

Adapting To Survive During Lockdown

At the beginning of March, like most freelance musicians, I was looking forward to a busy few months of teaching music one-to-one and running ensembles, followed by an increasingly full schedule of exciting and fulfilling performances – including a special night lined up at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club on April 29th. However, as March progressed,Continue reading “Adapting To Survive During Lockdown”

Top Tips for Getting Your Music ‘Out There’

As a composer, musician and bandleader, I’ve spent the last few years trying to get my music and the bands I run ‘out there’ into the wider world. The ultimate goal of course is to get gigs! But, particularly as a composer, we also want our music/performance/band to be heard as widely as possible, andContinue reading “Top Tips for Getting Your Music ‘Out There’”