Dodie’s headlining show at The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth was to support the release of her debut EP ‘Intertwined‘. Alongside her was Rusty Clanton, another YouTuber from Nashville. These two fitted together seamlessly and stole the attention of everyone in the room. The venue was lovely; perfect for two twinkly indie singers. It was packed from front to back, with people (like me) sitting on top of tables in order to see the stage.
Youtuber Dodie Clark has recently released her debut EP ‘Intertwined’, featuring some well-loved classics from her channel as well as a few new tunes. I hadn’t heard Dodie Clark’s music before University, where my friend wouldn’t stop playing her. I have fallen in love with these soft, intimate songs and highly recommend grabbing yourself a copy of ‘Intertwined’.
I’ve been listening to Bry for a while now, seeing him open for twenty one pilots at both London shows only made me fall in love more. This debut album has been long awaited by dedicated fans, desperate to have more from this YouTuber, and after joining the lads from twenty one pilots on tour the album was pushed forward – and I couldn’t be happier about it.
Bry is currently touring with favourites Twenty One Pilots on their European Emotional Roadshow Tour. The rescheduled dates also include new cities like Manchester and Newcastle. He’ll be travelling the UK in February of next year, tickets available on general sale this Friday and pre-sale tomorrow.
Check out the dates below:
When he’s not busy being one half of indie-rock duo Mount Dreams, Mehdi Benjelloun makes dreamy dance music as Petit Biscuit. ‘Sunset Lover’ is a beautiful track accompanied with a fabulously simple video. If you want a track to listen to when you sit down and unwind – then this is it.
Finding Miranda is an indie pop-rock quartet that formed in 2012. The band, consisting of Chay Appleyard (lead vocals, acoustic guitars), Lee Tallon (lead guitar), Jimmy Sallows (bass guitar) and Tony Buckley (drums), have since released EP’s and have played venues across Essex, Suffolk and London.
I’ve been a fan of Adam French since I heard ‘Ivory’ on a Spotify playlist and have loved every song he’s put out. Since the last time I spoke to Adam he’s toured the UK, played shows in the US and released new music. He never seems to stop, but I caught up with Adam before his show in Oxford, we spoke about his latest EP, his recent trip to America and what’s next for him.
I heard ‘Ivory’ on Spotify sometime last year and since that moment I’ve been a fan of Adam French. His music is brilliant – you’ll be singing along in no time. With a headline UK tour coming up next year and two new songs available now it’s a perfect time to start listening to his music. After battling with technology, and after a long night in the studio, Adam took the time to talk to me about his experience in Africa, the inspiration behind his writing and his upcoming UK tour.