ITM Ep#008 Kaity Rae

Kaity Rae is a singer-songwriter from North London set to take the UK Country scene by storm in 2016 following a two week songwriting trip to Nashville in April and winning a place in a [...]


ITM Ep#007 Roxanne de Bastion

Roxanne de Bastion grew up in Berlin and decided to move to England ‘to remove myself from my comfort zone’. In 2013 she released her first album of solo material, recorded in back in [...]


ITM Ep#006 Apple Rabbits

Apple Rabbits is a one man band comprising of Jay Fisher.  An active musician from an early age, Jay has worked as a singer, songwriter, session musician and composer including playing a support [...]


ITM Ep#005 Minnie Birch

In her own words, “I make sad and dreary music that will leave you feeling happy”.  Emily Minnie Jaques has been playing in a band of some sort since her older sister first introduced [...]


The more things change…

I’ve just discovered new magazine The History of Rock.  It’s a monthly that collects the interviews and writing from issues of the NME and Melody Maker, with each issue dedicated to a [...]


New Music Production at The Cream Room

It’s been a busy week of recording and music production sessions.  Firstly Ben Simmons – singer / songwriter based in St Albans working on a brand new track with Lauren.  We’d [...]


Fantastic Plastic

A few days ago I was in Cambridge and found myself with a little bit of time to kill.  I wandered a while and discovered what must be one of the few remaining HMV shops.  It’s been a long [...]


Who’s really in control?

When CDs were first introduced, record labels were reluctant to move their artists to the new format. That was until they figured out that it was a great way to get people who had bought music on [...]


Get Ready for the Recording Studio!

When you’ve made (or are about to make) the decision to book time at a professional recording studio to start recording there are a few things you should be thinking about. We often [...]


Let’s Get Physical

With so much focus in the music business directed at the growth of downloads and streaming services it would be easy to think that physical formats are, if not dead, then at least seriously [...]

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