In this interview, we talk to Georgie Biggin (GINS). GINS began performing and studying at age 16. In 2016, she joined “We Are Uncollective” (@WeRUncollective), a creative events and management team. In 2017, she started to develop her own genre of music blending classic, folk and ambient sounds.
In this interview, we talk to Lynz Crichton, who is a contemporary folk musician recently releasing an EP “Acquittal”. Lynz manages her music after leaving her job as Head of Modern Foreign Languages at a Secondary School. We caught up with Lynz to talk about, money, music and careers to understand how she has approached this.
In this interview we talk to Matthew Shepherd, a singer/songwriter based in Essex. He has released two EPs (Sunny on the Southbank and The Sea) and his debut album was released in 2015. His album entered the top 100 of the iTunes Singer/Songwriter Chart and he has toured the UK and Europe. Currently unsigned, he manages his music career alongside working as a barrister’s clerk by day.
In this interview we talk to Victoria Klewin, a professional vocalist and songwriter based in Bristol. Gigging since she was 14 she is the lead vocalist and songwriter for ‘Victoria Klewin and the TrueTones’. Originally conceived as a cross between vocal jazz and blue-eyed soul, the Bristol 7-piece is all that and more, gracefully merging genres and styles to create music that is as unique as it is engaging and accessible.
In this interview we talk to Circe’s Diner, a Bristolian four-piece band that weave wondrous tales of love, loss, friendship and tigers against a backdrop of Americana, Roots and Folk music. In January they released their debut EP and embarked on a UK tour. 2015 saw them appear at the after show party for the Great British Bake Off. We caught up with Rosina Buck (RB) and Bronte Shande (BS) to talk about the thorny subject of money and music and how they have approached this.
In our latest blog/interview we talk to Suresh Mistry, a Director at Alquity, about their approach to investing in Asia, Frontier and African Markets, whether there is room in the market for another investment management operation and if the only people who really benefit from outside investment are the corporates and not the people on the ground.
In this interview we talk to Jeannine Barry. Jeannine is a London based artist releasing two appears and performing at the prestigious C2C festival. We caught up with Jeannine to understand more about how she has approached her music career.
In this interview we talk to Michael Vickers; since completing a degree in song writing at BIMM he spreads his time between Bristol and Leicester, playing gigs and writing music. We caught up with Michael after seeing him support Sam Brockington to see what his plans are for the future.
In this interview we talk duo Misterminchie and Jamie Jamal (“This Human Condition”). “This Human Condition” are a synth pop outfit from Bristol, formed in January 2015. They self-released an EP, “Rise”, in 2015, and are about to release their debut album via a crowdfunding campaign (Pledge Music). We caught up with Misterminchie and Jamie to understand how they have approached this.
In this interview we talk to Ruth Royall. Ruth is a Bristol based artist who started on the music scene when she was 16 and for the last few years has been making a living purely from music. We caught up with Ruth to understand more about how she has approached this.