Music Gear News
Music instruments players encouraged to enter O2 project
It's part of a project called Build a Band, a collaboration between O2 Think Big and the DJ Huw Stephens, according to O2.
Youngsters can present an audition clip in using o2thinkbig.co.uk, and both singers and music instrument players can try out.
The ten winners are going to be putting together a track in collaboration with Stephens, then tour to the likes of London and Liverpool in the autumn.
"I want to hear from every kind of musician and vocalist out there. It doesn't matter if you play the drums or harp, are a DJ or a beatboxer. At this stage, we're open to anyone and it is so easy to apply, I want to hear from you all," said Stephens, who presents on the Radio 1 station.
The closing date for entries is September 13th.Posted on 15 Aug 2012 16:39 to category : Music News
Related Music News
Yesterday's successful mission to land an unmanned lander on a comet 510 million km from Earth has yielded some surprise results.
Details about the Band Aid 30 single have emerged.
Better get saving!
International chain store Urban Outfitters has stated it's the world's biggest record seller.
If you're starting university soon, you might be moving away and leaving your current band. But don't fear freshers, there will be plenty of musicians around for you to make new music with.
The ABRSM Making Music report intended to offer insights into how music is taught and played in the UK.
Recent Music News
Like the original Uni-Vibe pedal, the EHX Good Vibes modulator pedal uses photocells for a tone response true to the classic design.
From summer, the new worldwide release date for new music will be Fridays.
Available in three colourways, Cherry, Cherry Burst and Tobacco Burst, the monitors feature iconic Gibson Les Paul styling, with a flame maple gloss finish to the arch top front.
Launch your music for less, save on the Novation Launch range!
Ableton have revealed that Live 9.2 is now available.
PRS Guitars are celebrating 30 years with a dedicated website offering stories from the history of Paul Reed Smith guitars and inviting artists and players to share their experiences.