Tag: NME

  • Music Jar – week 24

    At the start of 2020, when we had no idea what a horrific trash fire this year would become, I put the names of 52 musical artists into a pickle jar. They were all recommended to me by friends or musicians that I knew I should know more about but had never had the time […]

  • Love You Better: an essay

    Love You Better: an essay

    Love You Better or Why losing The Maccabees is a massive blow to the music scene and to me, Paul Schiernecker. When I was seventeen, indie was king. I can remember working a Sunday morning in Sainsburys at Rayleigh Weir, feeling like absolute shit because I was fronting up Babybels on three hours sleep. The […]

  • The Birthday EP.

    My new EP is now available to download for free through BandCamp. Click here. Select Buy Now. I know I’m probably never going to make a lot of money making music. That’s not why I do it. That’s not why I recorded this EP. All I want is for people to listen to what I’m […]

  • Behind NME Lines.

    As my good friend Ben said yesterday, ‘I wish I had come up with that title’. Behind NME Lines is an exhibition of NME magazine covers over the last 60 years taking place at NEO Bankside until 6th October. As it turns out this is just round the corner form work for me so I […]