Part II: The Revenge!!!

I’m back for revenge!!!


Now that summer is over it’s time to get working! “Hot Air Music Presents…” will now be taking place on Tuesdays at Bar 42 as myself and Mark Knowles have something that we’re gonna be working on for Wednesdays. The first gig back is coming soon on 18th October featuring Funkzilla, Etcetera and Christelle.

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Check out the event on Facebook

Opening artist Christelle has an EP you should check out from April, thanks to the support of fans, friends, family and through crowdfunding. You can purchase the EP from iTunes here.

Funkzilla have also been busy writing with some new songs being added to the library, you can here their stuff on their Soundcloud page.


I just had to get my baby niece as she started crying. Now i have here sitting listening to Funkzilla’s Pre Jam which is awesome. Seriously check these guys out.

Anyway…

I have a few recording projects lined up. First being with Phantom of Eden. I have a few original songs for Phantom which not only we will play at the next gig but also hope to record as an EP or album. Also i hope to record my solo stuff soon as well!

In other new i have plans to start doing YouTube videos. I have been planning to re try my music review series Sound Scope of which three original episodes were recorded and were very shit. Thus i am re inventing it and hopefully it will be of interest to anyone. i may also plan some other videos to offer a better range of content.


 

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Andy and the Echoes @ Bar 42

i’ve just run out of things to say really. Before summer the gigs were part of my college assignment and so i needed to evaluate them but don’t need to so here are the photos.

Lineup


Photos by LC Photography


 

Drifting towards the Red Shores!!!

 

I encountered an interesting band the other day, one which blasted the audience with a wall of distortion. The band in question is Red Shores, a two piece from Brighton consisting of guitarist Harrison Mortley and on drums/vocals Caleb Morganfield. The band’s music is a mix of Noise, Heavy Metal and Progressive rock and is quite interesting to say the least. There are elements of Doom Metal with them and they have got a lot of potential.

I got the chance of talking with Red Shores last week. “We currently are focusing on developing our sound” says Mortley. It would be really interesting to hear what other genres they could incorporate into their music. Despite their potential i feel that they are lacking a third member, maybe a bassist who they can work with to develop their sound.
I conclude by saying that Red Shores have a lot of potential (despite some of my friends calling me deranged) and with the right development and exposure i hope they will go far into creating some interesting distorted masterpieces in the future!

 

Visit their Facebook  here…