March 2021


Pop music artist CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR has a decent amount of music out currently, with the artist always writing all new music as well. Up next is likely playing shows with more music to come of course. Find out what else had to be said from the chat below.


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members? 

Hi there, at the moment I'm recording primarily as a solo artist although when I gig I have a band behind me.

I've been playing for many years. In my 20s I was working as a professional musician. For a number of reasons I then needed to  work in the corporate world, and did some ‘proper jobs’ (as some would have you believe) but 10 years ago got the chance to work as a professional musician again (I was made redundant and thought hey lets try and be a full time musician again - I’ve a very supportive partner.

So I've been an event musician and at the same time written and produced my own music since then - lately concentrating more on my own music.

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

I go out under my own name - but it’s a good question about when I go out with the band ( I don’t like The Christopher Taylor band, type name , so as we speak we are trying to decide on a name that’s like Christopher Taylor and the ?????? (like Lloyd Cole and the Commotions) maybe your readers could help!

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

I live in North Yorkshire near Harrogate, so am near to Leeds and York. There’s a good scene round here we have some great venues inc. The well known The Blues Bar. As a result there are some great local bands - one of favourites is Dalmas (in fact their drummer has played on some of my recordings).

4. How would you describe your style?

Guessing in essence it’s pop music (maybe adult contemporary pop) but there’s also some jazz and folk influences in there too - I think it can appeal to a wide audience.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

I have a fair list of music on Spotify and the other platforms. My EP Chasing Rainbows won a couple of awards 5 years ago. Recently I’ve been working with the Animal Farm Studio. With them I’ve had some great radio play success with Counting Bluebirds, With you life’s beautiful, 16 Wishes, My Angel, Can’t stop, We are one, and my latest release North Star (out March 2021).

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

North Star out now.  I’m always writing and yes hoping to get back in the studio later this year to work again with Animal Farm.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

What a year!! Starting now to get some dates for the summer in the diary and I can’t wait!!!!

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

Fame ;-). More recording and gigging definitely - I’ve really missed playing live gigs this year and when performing is in your DNA you can imagine how frustrating that can be.

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

All the major platforms have my music on - but a great place to start is on my website where you can access my music on your preferred platform.

http://www.christaylormusic.net

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

I hope they would remember Christopher Taylor is a songwriter who writes lyrical, catchy tunes with infectious melodies, and come back for more!



Blender-uppers THE TELLING have blended together the uniqueness when it comes to their particular styling of music. A handful of single's have become available, with many more songs in the works already. They just want to share their music with all, and play as much as possible when the time comes. The band chats of their music, beginning's and what's next.


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

The Telling is based out of Dublin, Ireland. We were formed at the end of 2018 when founding members Shane Counter and Colm McElarney had finished some dep work for another band. After some jamming and exploring some creative impulses, some demos started taking shape, Grasping at Tomorrow, Summer Field and Don’t Let Go, as they are known now. We shared them across social media and friends to see if anyone would be interested in our blend of music, before we knew we had our line up with, Paul Ames on Drums, Simone Pujia on Bass, Lindy Loo on Vocals, Colm McElarney on Keys and Shane on Guitar. 

Not long after completing our line-up we had our first gig sell out in Dublin in October 2019, we gained a lot of interested a were placed second in the Irish Daily Mirrors Bands to watch for 2020. 

When Covid hit the world, it naturally crushed the live performance industry, but we kept moving forward with writing and recording and released music and a small documentary series. Mid 2020 Shane made the decision to pursue other projects and that is When Tommy Pasquariello joined The Telling on Guitar.

Currently we are still writing and recording pieces and awaiting the easing of restrictions in Ireland to get back into the recording studio to release more awesome tunes. 

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

Unfortunately, there is no epic story behind the name or clever anecdote, when we were discussing a name for the band, we wanted something that gave an aura of Luxury and epicness something simple and easy to remember, we didn’t agree on anything. As a default we fell onto The Telling purely as we had gig approaching with no name for the band. It was on the to do list to review the name after and to change it when we get something better. However, it has stuck with us.  

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

The Telling is based out of Dublin, Ireland. It has a fantastic music scene, no shortage creative musicians, poets and artists. There are too many great bands on the scene here to name. Checkout Garageland Ireland for a multitude of amazing bands and solo performers.

4. How would you describe your style?

Our style is unique to the band members, as all members of the band come from different musical backgrounds each member’s touch creates a unique blend music, resulting in funk infused anthems and colossal sound stories. 

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

We have released five singles so far with many songs in progress, the songs we have released so far are in different styles, we have a pop/rock waltz with “A Summer Field”, Funk Rock with “Your Favourite Song” A song of temptation with “The Wolf”, a song reflection in “Take the time” and finally an epic journey through time with “Grasping at Tomorrow”.

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

Yes, We have many songs in the pipeline all at various stages, primarily we are waiting for restrictions in the Republic of Ireland to ease to allow us do our final vocal recordings for 2 tracks, we are recording other tracks also and writing new ones.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

Naturally COVID has played a massive part in our most recent plans, but we are hoping to fill our calendar with dates as soon as live entertainment is permitted. Until then it is very hard to make plans like that. 

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

At the moment our aim is to share our music far and wide and get as many gigs as we can. In the meantime, there is no shortage of creative idea’s that we are pursuing. 

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

You can find all our released songs on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, YouTube Music, Amazon, Deezer and Napstar, You can find all the behind the scenes videos and some unreleased material on our Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

I would like to think everyone will find something that they can like and relate to in our music, be it a melody to tap your foot to or a story that brings back distant memories.


Aggressive go getters RELENTLESS AGGRESSION have a single along with a debut album both out now. A new song has also been finished and should be released very soon. The band just wants to promote their current content as much as possible, with releasing music videos and other crafty ideas in the works!


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

The band originally started up in 1986 under the name Hell Awaits. (No points for guessing where the first inspiration for the band came from). We were just kids wanting to play thrash metal and have fun. We had limited playing skills but still a sense of writing a good thrash metal song or two. We rehearsed in an old fall out shelter close to where Yngve and I lived. In addition to me (Finn) and Yngve, the band consisted of Dag on bass and Erik (later drummer for Immortal, Gorgoroth and Borknagar) on drums.

After nearly thirty years concentrating on other bands and other projects, me and Yngve decided to record two of the old songs and release it on vinyl. Some of the original songs were just too good to die of old age! A seven inch single was released in 2018 in a very limited number, and quickly became a collector's item. New songs started to flow, and it soon was clear that a full length album had to be made. The band entered Solslottet studio with engineer and producer Iver Sandøy (Enslaved), and recorded three old songs and seven brand new ones. Iver also did all the studio session drumming. 

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

We didn’t feel that we could use the old band name Hell Awaits, both since the name is outdated and it’s only Yngve and me left. We needed a band name that fits the music. Since our music is fast and aggressive, I think we pretty much hit the nail on the head with Relentless Aggression.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

We’re based in Bergen, Norway. Bergen is mostly known for it’s black metal. Immortal, Gorgoroth, Take, Helheim etc. are from this part of Norway. There’s also a lot of other bands in different genres here. At the moment the live music scene is dead (as in the rest of the world), so we spend our time making new songs and recording them. Makkmat is a grindcore band from Bergen that I would recommend if you like that style.

4. How would you describe your style?

We describe it as old school thrash metal, even though our music is more than that. We get inspiration from a lot of different metal styles as well as punk and hardcore. In the feedback we have gotten from reviews of the album, we have been compared to Slayer, Kreator, Exodus, D.R.I., Suicidal Tendencies, M.O.D. and Destruction amongst others.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

We have released a vinyl single with two songs in 2018. Our debut album, "A Shadow of All Things Broken", was released February 2021. You can expect aggressive music with grim lyrics made by a hungry band that loves what they are doing!

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

We are just in the process of finishing a new song, Yngve did the vocals this week. It only lacks a bit of a additional guitar, and then the final mix. We will use the song on a compilation album with other Norwegian bands. The album will be released in a couple of months. We will also release the songs as a single and make a video for it. We are also in the process of making new songs for our next album.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

At the moment that is not possible because of the Pandemic. When things get better, we will discuss the possibility of putting together a live line-up.

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

We have gotten great feedback for our debut album, and will continue to promote it as good as we can. We’ve been featured in Scream Magazine, Metal Hammer Norway, Zero Tolerance, Metalized, heavymetal.no and many other magazines and websites, and more will come in the near future. Next week we will release a video for "End of Religion", and more videos are in the making.

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

Facebook: www.facebook.com/RelentlessAggressionBand

Bandcamp: relentlessaggression.bandcamp.com

Instagram: www.instagram.com/relentlessaggressionband

YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/MusicIsLifeNorway

If you want to buy the vinyl or cassette version of the album, get in touch with us on Facebook or Instagram and we will hook you up with the cheapest distro in Norway. We also sell t-shirts and long-sleeve's ourselves.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

We hope you will feel that burst of energy that gets the blood pumping in your body, and makes you feel ALIVE! Thanks for the interview, please give our album a listen!


Pop punk band KEEP THIS UP have a debut single out, with the band currently writing towards what will be the debut EP release. The band goes into talks about wanting to play a show, releasing new music and more.


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

The band have been around nearly 2 years – I (Chris) started the band with someone who is no longer in the band. But when we auditioned for a drummer, we had Dan turn up with a full drum kit in the boot of a Ford KA and we hired him on the spot just because we were that impressed. A few months ago, Myself & Dan met Mike through mutual friends and he started as our bassist but then he changed to become our lead guitarist and backup vocalist. This is the current line-up: Dan Shamma (Drummer), Chris Hicks (Rhythm Guitar + Lead Vocals), Mike Houldin (Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals).

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

The band name comes from a The Story So Far song title – Keep this up.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

The band is based in Peterborough, UK – We have an excellent music scene in the Cambridgeshire area with bands like Endeavour, Dead Reynolds, Call To The Faithful, Novastatus etc. 

4. How would you describe your style?

We are a Pop Punk Genre band – We take influence from bands such as Green Day, Sum 41, Blink 182, Neck Deep, State Champs etc.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

So far, we have only released our debut single “Punchlines” – People can expect light hearted good pop punk vibes from our music.

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

We are currently writing for our first EP and have a lot of songs in the works to hopefully release soon.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

We have yet to play a show – Covid put a stop to everything really but we are looking to book shows for the end of this year and 2022.

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

As a band we plan to keep recording and releasing music we love and tour/gig it as much as possible – We want to aim big and keep pushing so we can show everyone what we do.

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

You can listen to our band on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, Deezer – all major streaming platforms. We are currently building a merch store so soon hopefully you will be able to find KTU merch on our website. More information can be found on our socials @KeepThisUpUK.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

That we’re a new band, we’re starting somewhere and we want you to enjoy and get a feel for who we are and what we do – and if you enjoy it, come see us at a show.


Alternative post punk band INDOORSMEN have two single's out with a two part EP release expected this spring and summer time! The band even has more music underway as well. The band discusses the music that they create and where they see themselves ending up.


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

Indoorsmen sort of formed by accident. Adam (drums), Drew (vocals), and James (guitar) were in a band together in college called Release but didn’t end up recording the songs they wrote. In early 2020, Dave (bass guitar) had a few songs that he was thinking about recording and asked Adam to jam with him on them. After a couple sessions Adam suggested bringing in Drew and James to jam on the songs. After learning Dave’s stuff, the guys started bringing up the old Release songs, and Dave’s new parts helped flesh them out. And thus the band was formed. This all happened right at the start of COVID so instead of playing shows like most new bands would do, we went into the studio and started laying down tracks. Several songs had rhythm guitar parts and we didn’t have anyone to play them. Thankfully Adam knew Levi (rhythm guitar) from working with him and he’s been with us ever since. 

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

We all enjoy indoor activities (video games, napping, watching movies, etc) and felt that the indoors doesn’t get quite the same rep as the outdoors. Like you don’t brag about binging several movies in the way you’d talk up a hiking trip. So those ideas along with being forced inside due to the pandemic directed our thinking as we bounced around name ideas….we probably cycled through about 50 names. It was a running joke for the longest time.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

We are based out of Chicago, IL, USA. There is a pretty good DIY scene here, feels like there are an endless number of bands popping up around the city. There is also a lot of variety in those bands. You see a fair number of heavier bands (hardcore, metal, etc) but then you’ve also got a lot of indie rock bands and folks playing more mellow styles. So that variety is pretty cool to be part of.

4. How would you describe your style?

Our go to description is Alternative Post-Punk, but you could easily call it Hard Rock Pop or something like that. James has a lot of metal influences in his style and tone. Adam leans more into punk rock stylings but can play any sort of drums. Dave has more funk influences but also played in a grunge band in college. Levi has more of a blues style of guitar play, but also really enjoys heavy music. Drew has the ability to sing in a myriad of voices. So we blend these styles together and see what happens. Our only focus while writing is  creating songs that we enjoy playing and keep really open communication as we’re writing songs. We mostly avoid writing overly long songs or songs with a bunch of crazy techniques. Solid, polished, catchy songs are our wheelhouse.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

We released our first two singles “Panic Attack” and “Be Like This” in February and are releasing our first EP “Cleaning House, Pt. 1” on March 25th! Part 2 of the EP series will be released later this summer.

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

Yes it’s kind of a problem actually haha. We’ve really hit a groove with songwriting because there aren’t shows to prep for, so it seems like we come up with at least one new song idea every practice. These ideas come from each of us, so there is always a new riff or progression to explore.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

We are playing a livestream show to celebrate the release of our EP on March 25th at The Bunker. It will be broadcast live on YouTube starting at 8:30pm CST, and then the videos will be available for anyone to watch after that on YouTube.. Link to the livestream: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTTM7QSX7sHygbmbGj1JWvA.

As far as future shows go, we’re hoping this summer to get to play in some venues around Chicago, even doing outdoor shows if they are available. But right now that’s all still up in the air. 

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

We are about to shoot a music video and then planning to jump back into the recording studio some point later this year to record our next batch of songs. Hopefully start playing some shows. 

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

You can find our music on spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0243auNFLcRkZmvxMtij5y?si=pVfkb8UXRM6sPoIKfTjxPQ.

Or bandcamp: https://indoorsmenband.bandcamp.com/releases.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

We’re just getting started, follow along for our upcoming releases. There is going to be a lot of variety in our songs so we’ll have something for everyone.


Hard rock band HOLDING POISON have a couple of single's and a debut EP out now! With the EP out already, the band is constantly writing but for now the EP is the main focus. That is what the band goes and chats about with us below.


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

Although we've known each other for years, Lockdown 2020 was the kickstart the project needed and the opportunity to finally work on a music project together. Matt found himself thinking of the most productive way to utilize the downtime and decided to bring some of the demos he'd been working on to life. With Jack's help, this became a reality pretty quickly with the EP taking shape within a matter of a few months. 

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

We went through so many different band name ideas, I’m not joking in saying it must have been around 60/70 and all had been used by other bands/artists. It was around 1 pm one night Matt saw a listing for Foo Fighters new album and saw Holding Poison and thought it sounded pretty good for a band name. And the rest is history.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

We are based between London and Essex, the music scene currently isn’t a thing (due to covid) however we have some pretty good local acts and always have done really.

4. How would you describe your style?

Hard Rock with a lot of melodies, female harmony and guitar tones for days. 

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

Our debut single - "Sitting Duck" - is quite an attacking track but has great dynamics throughout. It’s also the opening track for the EP "Losing Grip" is our second single, which is also featured on our debut EP - this song is very melodic, utilizing the female harmony and has some great bass runs in too! Our debut EP will be dropping 24.03.21 (this March) which has 3 unreleased tracks on, it's definitely not one to be missed! 

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

We are constantly writing, but first and foremost is getting the EP out which features 3 unreleased tracks - By a Thread, Curbside and Tick Tock. All very unique and very different.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

We have something in the works in regards to live situations but can’t reveal anything yet. Once gigs start happening again, we will be sure to give these songs a good run out! 

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

First and foremost, we want to write, record and play the music that we enjoy. This EP is a great starting point so we plan to keep building on from them and will just see where it takes us! 

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

All links are on our insta/Facebook - @holdingpoisonofficial - We also have a merch range too which you can find on the link in our bio as well as all our music which you can stream on all major platforms! 

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

Great question, I think every individual takes something different from music so really I think if they come back to keep listening that’s the main thing!


ICON FOR HIRE—composed of singer Ariel Bloomer and guitarist Shawn Jump—has quietly amassed a legion of followers. With hundreds of millions of streams and over a million followers across social platforms, ICON FOR HIRE is the sleeping giant of the modern rock scene, and is now ready to step into the forefront with the band’s new album AMORPHOUS, out NOW!

Virtual album release show for AMORPHOUS.  Catch the band playing songs from AMORPHOUS in addition to fan favorites from earlier releases.

April 10, 2021 at Noon PST / 2pm CST / 3pm EST

Tickets are on-sale NOW at shop.iconforhire.net.  "General Admission" tickets, VIP upgrades and merch packages are available. 


Mark your calendars, every pony! MY LITTLE PONY: PONY LIFE is back for a second season of friendship, magic and laughs with the Mane 6 starting April 10 at 11:30/10:30c on Discovery Family. The eOne produced series will also stream live and on demand on Discovery Family GO, the network’s TV Everywhere app. 

Season 2 of MY LITTLE PONY: PONY LIFE continues to feature the Mane 6 galloping through Sugarcube Corner. Together, they discover mysterious objects, uncover puzzling scenarios and experience binding moments. The second season of MY LITTLE PONY: PONY LIFE challenges the Mane 6 with tough decisions that test their strength, such as Rarity having to choose between her friends or the opportunity of a lifetime she’s presented with. MY LITTLE PONY fans should look forward to endless adventures with unexpected twists and turns in every episode.

Each 11-minute bite-sized episode of season 2 of MY LITTLE PONY: PONY LIFE features stories accompanied with humor and sparks of magic. In the series premiere episodes titled “Cute Impact & The Crystal Capturing Contraption,” Twilight Sparkle makes a startling discovery but instead of telling her friends, she decides this is one problem she must solve alone. Meanwhile, in hopes of becoming Equestria’s newest pony news reporter, Fluttershy interviews the rest of the Mane 6 about the coming Cotton Candy Comet, but Pinkie Pie is too distracted to help.

MY LITTLE PONY: PONY LIFE is produced by eOne for Discovery Family. To learn more, go to www.discoveryfamilychannel.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DiscFamily and on Twitter @DiscoveryFamily. For MY LITTLE PONY and PONY LIFE, visit www.mylittlepony.com or find out more on Facebook and Instagram.


Canadian Brutal Death Metal band Spirit of Rebellion released their new album "Time for Global Refusal". The release was recorded at Studio SP,  Rimouski and mixed/mastered by Dan Swanö at Unisound studio in Sweden.

Check out the album here: https://spiritofrebellion.bandcamp.com/album/time-for-global-refusal-2.

Spirit of Rebellion was formed in 2001 at Rimouski, Quebec. The current formation is formed by Steeven Landry (vocals), Nicolas Auclair (guitars), Jean-François Côté (guitars), JF Côté (bass / back vocal), and Francis Marmen (drums). During 20 years of activity the band released 5 albums and 2 EP's.


Young Medicine brings their innovative blend of synthwave-metal to the stage in this electrifying live performance! Live In KC gives fans an up-close-and-personal look at the band performing some of their most popular tracks to date, including "Living Fiction," "Not Human," and "Winter Soldier."

Stream / Purchase: Live In KC (Live)

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/youngmedicineliveinkc

Order the Live In KC (Audio) and you’ll get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC, and more.

Stream / Purchase: Live In KC (Audio)

https://youngmedicine.bandcamp.com/album/live-in-kc-audio


Emo project Morning In May join the Manic Kat Records family and announced a new song, “You Up Text From Death.”

 Solo artist, Morning In May has now signed with Manic Kat Records. Jake Bartolic expresses his excitement in joining the team. “With the weird times that are going on, Manic’s team is one of the newer labels I think we're gonna see in the future. They're more centered on guidance and a "what can we do for you" attitude. They're a good team and it just made sense. They seem to believe in what I do and that's pretty rare."

 In addition to the signing, Morning In May has released a new track, “You Up Text From Death.” The track is large in sound showcasing an array of vocal arrangements and theatrics. Lyrics are confident and powerful. “I’ve wanted to release a song like this for awhile now. A lot of this industry is waiting on how others feel about your art.” Bartolic said regarding the single. “I wanted to have a song that was written in pure conceit, to yell, feel, and know that I’m the king around here. I hope the listeners can listen and feel the same way about themselves and place them in the perspective of the singer for a confidence boost."

 The signing and single is a follow-up to the release of “Orpheus In Retrospect” (feat. Craig Mabbitt,) The leading single off the band’s forthcoming EP. A conceptual EP that follows the story of Orpheus and Eurydice. The song embodies cool undertones with a bold chorus and unique transitions. “Orpheus In Retrospect” showcases a swift back and forth between lead vocalist Jake Bartolic and Escape The Fate’s frontman Craig Mabbitt, who also laces the track with venomous screams throughout.

 Check out the new track HERE.



California has it's assortment of theme parks, most located in Southern California being a bit of a distance from Los Angeles County. Most known would likely be Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, or others like Six Flags Magic Mountain, Knott's Berry Farm or one of a different type Legoland. Yes Lego as in the toy brand and actual toy known as Legos. Legoland California Resort has been around for sometime and most recently did re-open in March 2021. With cases of covid-19 still lingering since it started in March 2020, this theme park took safety into account. Making their theme park a way to play the right way!

This is where "Build 'N Play Days at Legoland California Resort" take place from March 2021 into April 2021! The park having Kids Imagine Nation a local Californian band, whose encouragement of your imagination and friendship is sewn through the songs and storytelling of their creation. Hence forth they have had their band mates interchange accordance to scheduling and set-ups. Being a trio act, is Aaron, Rachel and Beatz the robot! But Beatz the robot having two versions of himself, along with Aaron and Rachel but further details on that can be found within their entire serious on YouTube!

But since their start at Legoland in March, the shows would commence and go quite well. So much in fact, that the band had some fans of theirs, give word of receiving tickets they could not use, so a contest was made and tickets would be given out! It would be then that Natalie’s World would win the tickets and get to see Kids Imagine Nation LIVE for the second then third time, since KIN (Kids Imagine Nation) would do a few performances a day at the park.






The first KIN show would be the “Science Fair”, where Aaron would submit a science project, goofy antics would occur, along with music, interaction with the audience, lots of dancing and downright fun!  This segment would just be a lot of fun to witness and it was, so much in fact that everyone there had a lot of excitement and energy to spare. Sometime later the next segment “Imagination” would take place, having the band call out for everyone present to use their imagination of course, with much more fun, dancing, music, and goofs to sort. Just so much laughs would be available during this one, because it was just so entertaining and lots of fun to witness. Kids Imagine Nation is just so much fun to see LIVE in person especially at a place like Legoland!

Speaking of which, Legoland’s “Build ‘N Play Days” would allow guests to not only see KIN LIVE in person, but the park would be open, with live music done by KIN and the theme park brass band too. A build your own boat was set, for guests to come and create their own boats and float them on the water. With so much more to explore, many of the lands built out of lego’s of course, many sights being landmarks from California, New York, Washington, and more. Other area’s of the park were closed off, but others like the model scenery where the Lego Movie set pieces could be seen, as well as the 4D theater where mini features of numerous Legoland properties can be seen. The remainder of the theme park, did have other displays made out of lego’s that was quite the sight to see. 












It was truly an experience to remember really. With the rides and other attractions being closed off for the mean time, it didn’t really disappoint much. Kids Imagine Nation made the park experience a whole lot of fun, and what could be seen from Legoland itself was still pleasing to the eyes. All in all though, Legoland’s “Build ‘N Play Days”, was a time that could be remembered for numerous things but a fun time is most notably one.


Vampires Everywhere return after 5 years to perform at Summit Music Fest this Summer! Led by frontman Michael Vampire, Vampires Everywhere has toured with the likes of Black Veil Brides, Motionless In White, and played mainstage on the Vans Warped Tour.  After a 5 year hiatus, he's resurrected the band for a special one-night performance.

Summit Music Fest is scheduled to take place at Summit County Fairgrounds Arena on July 30, 2021, in Akron, Ohio.

Tickets and Information are available at http://summitfest.ticketleap.com 

When asked about the group's return Michael Vampire had this to say

"I am beyond excited to announce Vampires Everywhere will be taking the stage again. I put so much blood, sweat, & tears into this project! It's honestly a fantastic feeling to be revisiting something that brought so much hope to people. After launching the new VE Instagram & seeing the love the band had received, I felt it was the right time to resurrect an old friend. That being said, I don't exactly know what else is in store for the band. But, I can assure you it will be done right. We'll be playing music from "Kiss The Sun Goodbye", "Hellbound & Heartless", & "Ritual" plus some surprises!" 


Russian Death Metal band Pulsa Di Nura released their debut EP "Outer Space". The release was recorded at "Seratonin Studios" by Sergey Seratonin and mixed/mastered by Alexander Krimski.

https://open.spotify.com/album/01Rz4Rpmm3K0oan6jj5A7q

https://music.apple.com/il/album/outer-space-ep/1553928764?at=1001lwQy&ct=FFM_4abccf89ed3dff120c15bad2b309d30e&uo=4&app=music

Pulsa Di Nura was formed in 2015 at Sevastopol, Russia by Ivan Chernovyuk (vocal/guitar). After some lineup changes Andrei Zikov (bass guitar) and Ivan Gromov (drums) joined the band and the lineup was completed. The band released their first demo in 2019 and 2 singles in 2020.



Russian Brutal Death Metal band Sadistic Demise released their debut EP "Your Chosen Way of Sadistic" on the Russian label "More Hate". The release was recorded at "Sergeich Studios" and mixed/mastered by Arkady Navaho.

https://sadisticdemise.bandcamp.com/album/your-chosen-way-of-sadistic

https://open.spotify.com/album/1J9vfsCCDTXA9cOO0lC8rt

Sadistic Demise was formed in 2020 at Kostroma, Russia by Sergey "BRUTAFOR" Scherbak (vocal), Ivan Mikheev (guitars), Alexey Ivanov (bass) and Grigoriy "COFF!N" Oborin (drums). The band has already begun to work on their debut album that they want to release in summer 2021.

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