Friday, 30 July 2010

Slam Dunk Memory courtesy of Amandine Eap!!!



Check out more shots by amazing photographer, promoter, general music gal, Amandine Eap at www.amandineeap.com
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Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Outry Collective are no more.....

Sadly Outcry Collective have announced that they are splitting up, no animosity whatsoever , it's just a shame the current music industry makes it so hard for fantastic DIY bands to survive.... I'm still hoping this is not the last we see of these guys, hopefully they will return one day in some shape or form....... All luck and best wishes your way lads!!

Here's a blast from the past in their honour. Steve was my first interviewee for Bring the Noise- You can tell from my inability to use the microphone... oh well , enjoy all the same people!! xxxx






http://www.bringthenoiseuk.com/200907/interviews/outcry-collectives-stephen-sitkowski-lets-us-into-his-mind

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Thursday, 22 July 2010

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Monday, 12 July 2010

Whatever it Takes



Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/WIT_TV
or head to brand new MySpace http://www.myspace.com/whateverittakestv

So its exciting times at the moment..... I am involved in a dream new project which I'm hoping you will all support and enjoy.I have joined Matt Sharland of idiom, and radio DJ Kelly D of Total Rocks 'The Really Good Rock Show' to host brand spanking new Extreme Sports and Alternative Music show 'Whatever it Takes.'

Here's some info on the show...

Whatever It Takes is a behind the scenes documentary of the lives of the people who risk everything just to make their passion their day job.The program will focus on extreme artists such as; pro Freestyle motocross riders, skate boarders, BMX riders and bands of the rock/alternative genre.

Following the artist/athletes through their daily routines and to events will show the viewers what it really takes to do what they do. The show will be aimed at the young music/extreme sport fan where the scenes are merging more and more every day.

Film crew will be headed by Carl Shanahan of Pangaea Productions, an up and coming film director who has been working in the field for the past few years and has produced many music videos that air on Scuzz and Kerrang TV channels on rotation.


Hopefully viewers can understand that these people really do “Whatever it Takes”
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