Towards the end of 2015, Normanton Street were filmed for a six part documentary. Each episode outlines a different part of the band’s life together. The videos document their travels, gigging, their life outside of music and everything in between.
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Brighton, as you are probably aware, is littered with musical talent. Every so often, you come across an act that has real potential. Here are a few bands you might want to keep track of in 2016. Strange Cages Since we first saw them in 2014, Strange Cages have been going // Read More
Not every video we make ends up on our YouTube channel. Have a look at this piano piece we filmed, it’s called ‘Whispered Shout’ by Mrisi – an artist we’ve featured on Soapbox before.
Fresh out of his “Best Newcomer of the Year” performance for Don’t Flop Entertainment, Heretic has decided to drop his exciting new EP entitled “Stars On The Streets”. This release has topped off an excellent year for the young musician. The EP is entirely self produced and shows a lot of // Read More
To celebrate reaching two thousand SoundCloud followers and exceeding 300,000 total plays on the site, FSHG have released “Still”. Riddled with hi-hats, Harvey’s mellow instrumental features some exceptional sampling which is complemented by Frankie’s emotive lyricism and calm delivery. Listen here: These two are moving fast, try and keep up with // Read More
We headed up to Birmingham with Nylon Ostrich to shoot a diary of their day with flute sensation Azeem Ward and his bandmate Underbelly. The video features our whole day with the artists, including short interviews and live performance footage. Watch and subscribe below: Photos from the day can be // Read More
With all the hype surrounding them on social media, WSTRN and their new song ‘In2’ have been hard to miss. The catchy, soulful tune was released on October 3rd and has worked its way up the charts, overtaking the likes of Jess Glynne and Ed Sheeran. They’ve just dropped a // Read More
Last week we followed White Room up to London for their headline gig at The Good Ship, Kilburn. I managed to get there just in time for How’s Harry, also from Sussex, who we had the pleasure of filming last year. Amazing as always, their cover of ‘No Diggity’ was definitely a // Read More