(I collaborate on a show called Vigia weekly in Mexico City on Reactor 105.7 fm alongside host Jergas. I recommend upcoming/underground bands from all over the U.K!)
This weeks recommendation: Halem
Based in Liverpool
Members of the band: Reece Cairns – Drums/Keys/Songwriter, Jiwon Chung – Synth/Keys/Vocals and Katy Bryson – Vocals/Songwriter
Genre: Electronic pop
Influences: M83, Chvrches, AlunaGeorge
Thanks for helping me out with info guys!
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Escuchen el programa en donde colaboro semanalmente junto a Jergas en su programa llamado Vigia por Reactor 105.7 fm de 6pm – 7pm todos los sabados!
Cada semana recomiendo una banda emergente del Reino Unido, la reocmendación de esta semana es de Liverpool y se llama Halem.
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!
Ed Sheeran wrote out a tune for Food Revolution Day (Food Revolution Day is a global campaign to put compulsory practical food education on the school curriculum. Jamie Oliver – english chef – passionately believes that by educating children about food in a fun and engaging way, we can equip them with the basic skills they need to lead healthier, happier lives, for themselves and their future families.)
Talented chef Jamie Oliver got together with a bunch of famous musicians/actors such as Paul McCartney, Hugh Jackman, Jamie Cullum, Alesha Dixon, Mr Hudson and of course, Ed Sheeran to perform the perfect song for Food Revolution Day.
Sing is an iconic song by english post-britpop band, Travis.
The song was and still is a massive hit and was on Travis’ third album The Invisible Band and came out in 2001. Don’t you feel really old when you see dates like 2001 thinking it was 3 or 4 years ago but it was actually 13 years ago?!!