We talk to a variety of DIY artists to figure out what makes a good DIY scene.
There are now more DIY labels operating successfully than perhaps ever before but how do they help artists?
During our ‘DIY Till We Die’ article series we chatted to an array of independent artists, one thing that stood clear was that it allowed them total creative freedom.
We caught up with the Glasgow based DIY label Double A-Side Records to chat about their experiences as a DIY label, why it was started and much more.
We chatted to Charlie Wyatt, founder of Leeds based Eeasy Records. Charlie gives us two sides of the story, one from a bands perspective and the other as a label owner.
After getting an artists perspective on the DIY ethos we wanted to chat to some DIY labels, kicking things off is the London based Beth Shalom Records.
Add these bedroom pop music artists to your ‘ones to watch’ list this year.
We caught up with Isaiah Ross of Jack Swing to discuss his experiences as an independent artist, DIY scenes and much more.
In the first of our article series looking into DIY artists we talk to Brighton’s fuzzed out psych-rock band School Disco.
Thanks to the freedom of the internet and new platforms the power has shifted from major labels and into the hands of the artists in a new age for the music industry. Punk helped to…