Hace algunas semanas regrese al mundo de la música con mi proyecto Nic the Brit! (Quería concentrarme en mi proyecto, los detalles, colores, olores y demás, así que decidí enfocarme un rato y por eso desaparecí con la onda de la pagina). Pero aquí ando de regreso y con TODO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Desde hace mucho tiempo quería sacar mi canal de youtube en donde subiría mis entrevistas con músicos, artistas, gente dentro del mundo de la música, momentos chingones – como ir a festivales y conciertos en México y todo el mundo, ir de gira con bandas y mucho mas – relacionado totalmente con la música, que es de mis pasiones y amores mas grandes!
Podran ver momentos increíbles y compartir experiencias chingones conmigo, ganar discos, vinyls, y mucho mas!
Les recomiendo mucho seguirme en Instagram @nic_thebrit
Aqui les dejo mi primer video… una intro de quien soy, que estare haciendo etc.
Espero que les guste y esperen mis videos todos los miercoles en mi canal de youtube!
It’s been a while since I last wrote… A few days, weeks, months… I’ve been out of it.
My emotions, feelings, thoughts, ideas, took a hold on me.
I have no idea how many people read this, what country you are in, where you are, what you’re doing, what you’re feeling at this very moment, but what I do know, is what I’m feeling at this very moment and I’d like to share a piece of me with you today.
This year has been intense. I’d sum it up as a huge, massive, wake up call. That’s how I feel and perceive the energy at this very moment. Today, Friday 30th December at 12:12pm whilst I’m sat on my brown sofa at my place whilst listening to The Verve.
I’ve got this weird feeling. Goosebumps, I’m sweating but my hands are freezing cold and my body is telling me something… I’m breathing in and out heavily… I’ve got so much to write and stuff I want to share and express, I don’t even know where (I got interrupted exactly here with a phone call I had to answer) to begin.
I remember once telling a friend, a dear friend, who I don’t speak to much anymore, a boy, a friend, that well, we parted ways due to life, but I remember telling him I wanted to write a book, but hadn’t started writing because I didn’t know where to begin… which he answered “just write, there’s no specific place, or way to begin something, just do it” – so I’ll take his advice to start now… Wow… I’m laughing and crying at this very moment (Sonnet is playing in the background)…
Breathe in… Breathe out.
I can’t remember much of this year, I’ve stored a lot of memories, emotions and feelings in different boxes in my head, but I want to begin with the following…
On April 24th 2016 I went to a festival here in Mexico City called Vive Latino. I was working so I didn’t see many bands play, I saw a song or two of a few artists, but I did get the chance to see a band play from beginning to end… That band was The Prodigy.
– I had to take a deep breath after writing that last paragraph –
So, I saw The Prodigy for the first time, live, on Sunday 24th April 2016.
I would say that every single day my life changes, I learn something, feel something new, experiment, and so on… but that Sunday will remain within me FOREVER.
I don’t even know what to write regarding what I saw and felt that day, but what I can say, is that my life changed drastically whilst experiencing and witnessing The Prodigy perform that Sunday…
I was totally sober… I had half a beer since I arrived at the festival (1:oopm) until the time I saw The Prodigy.
What I’m trying to say is… that what I felt and saw was completely real, Nicole experienced the whole situation being Nicole.
After that… I couldn’t sleep properly.
I thought that writing all this out would be a lot easier than what it’s actually turning out to be…
I’m going to take a break and I’ll be back in a little while.
Running Out Of Love is the bands 4th studio album and it talks a bit about life in Sweden and how this year things are moving in the incorrect direction; politically, intellectually and morally. The problems and situations the boys sing about aren’t necessarily just “apt” for Sweden but for countries all around the world.
The album was released on the 21st October and has 10 absolutely stunning songs on it.
Have a listen to We Got Game, one of the singles the band released off the new album a few weeks ago.
One of the most incredible front ladies I’ve ever come across is Teri Gender Bender.
Teri (Teresa Suarez) was born in Denver, Colorado and moved to Guadalajara at a young age.
Teri is the founding member, lead singer and guitarist of Le Butcherettes. She also has a lot of side projects; such as Bosnian Rainbows and Crystal Fairy alongside The Melvins and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez who actually also released Drugs on the Bus a few days ago.
Seriously, this girl is INSANE. Her music is so powerful, it makes you (well, me) want to stand on your couch and jump around, whilst flipping your hair backwards and forwards, throw a beer up in the air catching it in between my big toe and the one next to it and well… the other thing I’m thinking about, I’m not going to write, but you can imagine…
She recently released the video for her latest track My Mallely and apart from loving the video, the song is incredible! (you can see her attitude and passion in the video).
Frontman and guitar player of Kings of Leon – Caleb – is a very attractive and talented man, but, in their latest video Walls you can see way beyond all of that.
At the beginning of the video, you can see Caleb from a far sat on a chair playing his guitar, as the song advances, so does the camera… I don’t want to spoil it for you… So, please have a look at the video and watch it until the very end.
I personally loved the song, and the video is perfect for it. Very relaxing yet extremely deep.