Track and thought of the day

Yesterday a friend posted this song, and to be honest, it’s been years since I last heard it.

The lyrics and music are excellent, but the subtitles on the video are immense.

People say a lot of stuff over time “I’ll always be here for you, no matter what…”, “forever..”, “I love you”, is it true though?

Excellent tune and thought for today!

She Wants Revenge – Tear You Apart

El día que interpreté a Daphne…

Hace algunos meses tuve la oportunidad de trabajar junto a gente súper talentoso y apasionado.

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Un día me pregunto Rulo Barrera (guionista y animador) si quería hacer la voz de una chava en uno de sus videos, dije que si (iba a poner “sin pensarlo” – pero si lo pensé demasiado, ya que el lenguaje está un poco rudo y el tema es medio….taboo) – pero se me hizo tan bien escrito, hecho y pensado que dije que si!

Pueden ver el resultado aquí abajo!

(Por si no ubican quien soy, soy Daphne)

Felicidades a Rulo, Martin, Jake, Gaby y Mascara!

Hope we work together again soon.

P.s: Lenguaje y tema RATED R

Rudimental release second studio album

One of the best feelings (for me) in the world is discovering new music…

I thought I had discovered Rudimental a few days ago when I heard We the Generation on the radio show I collaborate on with Jergas; thing is, whilst listening to them for quite a few hours, I realized I had heard their song Feel the Love ft. John Newman a few years ago!

Rudimental are a drum and bass band from Hackney, London.
They’ve collaborated with artists such as Alex Clare, Foxes and Emeli Sandé and were nominated for a Mercury Prize back in 2013, that same year they won the Brit and Mobo Award for Best Album (Home) and I don’t think they’re far off from winning quite a few more statues for their second album released earlier this month called We the Generation.

The name of their second album is the song I’m going to post, I hope you love it as much as I do!

Rudimental ft. Mahalia – We the Generation

Welcome to

Welcome to

For those of you who know me, you don’t need to read this section, but for those who don’t…

I’m Nicole aka Nic the Brit – I’m not going to speak in third person as it’s me who’s writing this!


I was born and raised in Manchester, England. I’m 27 years young, and moved to Mexico City at the age of 15. Growing up in England, my dad showed me a lot of music, classics and new stuff – he’s a huge Gorillaz fan! I remember listening to vinyl’s in the living room, singing to The B-52’s in the car on the way to school, and going to basically EVERY pop band concert in Manchester.

Since moving to Mexico, my music hemisphere amplified, I discovered new bands, old bands that were totally new to me and started listening to a lot of Latin America stuff.

I worked on a radio station here in Mexico City called Ibero 90.9, and thanks to that, I became who I am today – I don’t know who I am exactly, but you get me!

I’ve interviewed many bands such as, Guns N’ Roses, Phoenix, Julian Casablancas and The Voidz, Aleks Syntek, Julieta Venegas, Os Mutantes, Jess Glynne, DLD, Caramelos de Cianuro, Villagrán Bolaños, Jumbo, Los Amigos Invisibles, Agrupación Cariño and more.

At the moment I freelance; interview bands, write for music magazines, do voice commercials, translate and give english classes to kids, collaborate on a show called Vigia on Reactor 105.7FM on Saturday’s from 6pm – 7pm alongside Jergas where I recommend new/upcoming bands from the U.K.

My dream: Dreams come true, so think big or go home!

Things I love: My family!!! Friends, traveling, eating (I’m a bit OCD with food), going to concerts and festivals, watching movies, discovering random things; from a new band to a quote in a movie, wearing the colour black, awkward situations, getting pampered, fashion, basmati rice, the smell and taste of licorice, hanging out with my nephews.

Here you’ll be able to read interviews I’ve done with international and national bands, reviews on new songs and albums, gossip – no, I’m not the next TMZ!, recommendations, feelings, ideas and a bunch of other things – all music related!

I would like to state that I don’t talk about any genre in particular, just what I’m in to.

I hope you enjoy this page massively, and if you’d like to contact me, don’t hesitate in doing so.


Nic the Brit

“It’s All Happening”