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For The Love Of Bands

For The Love Of Bands

By Amy Heather
New Music Podcast featuring music and interviews with upcoming artists.
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Interview with gospel-inspired Elyona Biney | New Music Podcast Episode 4

For The Love Of Bands

Interview with singer-songwriter & devoted performer Peet Jackson | New Music For The Love of Bands Episode 5
Hailing from a northern family of musicians, singer-songwriter Peet Jackson has performing in his blood. From one-man-and-his-guitar solo gigs, to nights with a full rock band, he cannot go long without the joyous rush of playing live. If you enjoy The Cauldron, wish to attend his online gigs, or perhaps want to have a pint with Peet once this is all over, then follow his socials now: Spotify Instagram Facebook
April 29, 2020
Interview with gospel-inspired Elyona Biney | New Music Podcast Episode 4
Elyona Biney is a singer-songwriter from London who has just released her second single, Lost. From growing up listening to the voices of Fred Hammon and Cece Winans to now loving Sinead Harnett, H.E.R, Daniel Caesar and Brandy; Elyona has spent years curating original music from blending R&B, Soul and Gospel genres. Her latest track Lost is an inspiring, vocal-lead delight with dreamy guitar, a mellow groove and gospel-inspired backing vocals that decorate her smooth, buttery voice. The spine-tingling high notes that lead the angelic outro truly shine a spotlight on this young 20-year-old’s vocal talent. Read the full article HERE. Spotify Instagram Facebook Twitter
January 31, 2020
Recording with Alternative Rock Band Fake Swans | New Music For The Love Of Bands Episode 3
In Episode 3, Amy headed to Nottingham, England and went behind the scenes of Fake Swans' recording session at independent studios; Rainy Daze Recordings. Listen to the band chat about their track, as well as how the producers go about creating their unique sound. Expect offensive language and procrastination.  Check out Fake Swans' socials: Spotify Instagram Facebook Twitter  Follow Rainy Daze Recordings on Instagram.
December 5, 2019
Interview with 70s-Inspired rock band Lashes | New Music For The Love Of Bands Episode 2
In Episode 2, Amy chats to one half of 70s-inspired rock band, Lashes. Influenced by the likes of The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and The Faces, these guys are bringing back the old-school sound that got us to where we are today. Having previously uploaded 4 original singles, including their energetic debut track, Thank You for The Love, Lashes have finally released their first EP entitled Circles. Feeling as though they have fittingly “come full circle”, the 6-track mini album represents Lashes’ true sonic form. Check out the full EP on Spotify. Follow their socials: Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube If you're an artist wanting to be featured on this podcast, please submit your music HERE.
November 14, 2019
Interview with jazz-inspired multi-instrumentalist Jungle Boy | New Music For The Love Of Bands Episode 1
For episode 1, Amy chats to jazz-inspired multi-instrumentalist Jungle Boy. If you’re looking for something moody and perhaps slightly unusual, a genre blend that immediately sparks curiosity to listen for longer; then jazz-inspired multi-instrumentalist Jungle Boy has just released a track for you.  Learn more about this podcast on ForTheLoveOfBands. Like his music? Follow Jungle Boy on his socials Facebook and Instagram now and check out his Spotify for more. Music from "Smooth Lovin" by Kevin MacLeod ( License: CC BY ( Music from "Acid Trumpet" by Kevin MacLeod ( License: CC BY ( Music from "Hard Boiled" by Kevin MacLeod ( License: CC BY (
September 23, 2019
Interview With Singer-Songwriter Grover Anderson | Pilot Episode
For our first ever episode, Amy chats to Californian Singer-Songwriter, Grover Anderson, about his track 'Evergreen'. Like his music? Follow Grover on his socials now and check out his Spotify for more. Instagram Facebook  Twitter
August 30, 2019