The violin is one of the most beautiful instruments to listen to. With its elegant features and sensual sounds it has become particularly popular in classical music.
The violin’s unique musical qualities has also made appearances in modern music as the high-pitched rich tones just can’t be achieved by any other instrument. Just take Gogol Bordello as an example.
This week Bring The Music asks Sophie Hudson why she plays the violin?
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The lead guitarist is the person everyone wants to be. Singers look over and wish they could drop the mic and shred like Hendrix, bassists look at their four strings and pray for two more to magically appear, while drummers would love to trade in their sticks for picks.
Some of the most influential musicians of the modern era have been guitarists, from Jimmy Page to Slash, from Synyster Gates to B.B. King. These are the names that stick in your head over other instrument players.
This week Bring The Music asks Chris Hakes, a student in Middlesbrough, why he plays the guitar? Continue Reading »
THE FORMER Gallows frontman once told us to crack our fucking knuckles and straighten our spines, but now the message has changed and it’s all about just having fun…
Bring The Music’s Pick of the Week is the love child of former Hope Conspiracy guitarist, Jim Carroll, and ex Gallows singer, Frank Carter.
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The singer is the shining star that people look to when a band walks on stage. All eyes on one man, cue drumroll.
Because let’s face it, it doesn’t really matter how fantastic the band behind the frontman is. You could have Jimi Hendrix on guitar, Travis Barker on drums and Cliff Burton on bass, but if you have a vocalist like Rebecca Black you’re going nowhere.
This week Bring The Music asks Nick Wrigley, vocalist of The Weekend Retreat, why he sings. Continue Reading »
I of course don’t mean me, but ME. And by ME I don’t mean myself but the band of course. Well I can already see this getting confusing.
But confusion aside, Bring The Music’s Pick Of The Week sees an Aussie four piece who fuse booming melodic choruses with grandioso orchestral breakdowns that create a sound that is like having your very own private orchestra in the comfort of your own house. Say hello to ME. Continue Reading »