Tag Archive: indie

HMCMB Sessions :: Eliza & The Bear

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On our quest to film more sessions against some pretty stunning backdrops we hooked up with Eliza & The Bear. We’ve been big fans of Eliza & The Bear for a while now… Continue reading

Exam season

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A Spectre is haunting HMCMB – the spectre of Summer exams. As this Cold War tinged intro might suggest, we have exams coming up. As of late the resultant academic commitments have been… Continue reading

Breton – Other People’s Problems

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A lot of the time in the digital world, your first perception of something is vital. There’s a myriad of reasons for this, for Mail readers there’s the shortening attention span of youths,… Continue reading

The Kabeedies @ The Hope

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There‚Äôs a lot of emphasis on intensity and passion in music. Quite understandably too, the ability to convey emotions through sound is ingrained in society and those that can convey it better than… Continue reading

Man Made

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I’ve always been a bit suspicious of people that wear gold jackets. Well I haven’t really, but if I had given it any thought at all, that’s almost certainly the conclusion I would’ve… Continue reading

HMCMB Sessions :: Jacko Hooper

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So, more sessions for you! Jacko Hooper’s a local singer/songwriter we first had the pleasure of hearing when he supported ‘supergroup’ Young Legionnaire with his act Kai (oddly, we knew a good friend… Continue reading

HMCMB Sessions :: HandS

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It’s been a long while since we’ve brought you any sessions, and now you’re going to be getting a whole lot of them. Kind of like really tuneful buses. The first set of… Continue reading

The Musgraves

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I’m not sure I should admit to where I first heard The Musgraves. I will, but for your enjoyment, not mine. Ok, I confess, it was when they played on the Graham Norton… Continue reading

Alphabet Backwards

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Generic is such a loaded word in music. It was one of the first words that came to mind when I first listened to Alphabet Backwards, yet, it did not stop me from… Continue reading

What’s Your Vice @ The Hope

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5 acts in one night is interesting. 5 great acts in one night is brilliant. The Hope was filled to the brim in store for an evening that spanned several genres and performances,… Continue reading

Meg Myers

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I suppose it could be difficult to believe when we say it’s not often that a band really grabs our attention. As an internet ‘filter’ for new music, a term coined by many… Continue reading

Jhameel

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Jhameel has a background so interesting it is probably included in most articles concerning his exciting brand of pop. The story starts (we think) with him joining the United States army, being able… Continue reading