Culture, Music

Nottingham Venue Guide

Nottingham is a hotbed of talent as a result of its ever-growing music scene. As avid gig goers, we at eudaemoniablog spent the afternoon in and around the city compiling a short guide to the city’s best loved music venues. Rock City Our first stop took us to perhaps the gem in Nottingham’s expansive music […]

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Music, Reviews

Single Review: Cosmo Pyke – “Chronic Sunshine”

Cosmo Pyke’s latest single “Chronic Sunshine” is an elegant example of his talented musical abilities. Having recently left world-famous BRIT School, the multi-instrumentalist from Peckham is slowly creating a promising musical career. Just last year Pyke supported Jaws upon a nationwide tour, and is soon to embark upon a tour of his own which culminates […]

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Festivals, Music

Second wave of acts announced for Handmade Festival

Handmade Festival has today announced its second wave of bands for its 2017 line-up. Returning to Leicester’s 02 Academy on 29 and 30 April 2017 it features a range of new and upcoming bands as well as a curated range of comedy, art, film and performance. Having already announced Twin Atlantic and Frightened Rabbit as […]

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Focus, Music

Focus #4: Crosa Rosa

Nottingham’s local music scene is one of the UK’s greatest, a hive of emerging, interesting talent. At the forefront of this is Crosa Rosa whose intriguing sound is symbolic of their massive potential. Featuring three members and a heavy, effects dominated sound it is perhaps fair to describe the band as an engrossing amalgamation of The […]

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Music, Reviews

Single Review: Gorillaz – “Hallelujah Money”

Following recurring social media messages and many years of rumours, the release of “Hallelujah Money” signifies the return of Gorillaz. In their first release in over six years, “Hallelujah Money” denotes an eerie, apocalyptic change in sound and gives us taste of what is yet to come. The band suggests that the song serves as […]

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Focus, Music

Focus #3: The Blinders

To many, The Blinders are perhaps the torchbearers for modern political punk rock music. Based in Manchester, the vast potential of the alternate band gives reason for their already strong following throughout the country. It is obvious that they are set to take 2017 by storm. Their sound is heavy, dark and intriguing and righteously […]

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Culture, Features, Music

Independent Venue Week

We at eudaemoniablog are firm supporters of the independent music venue as without them the music industry would struggle to survive. Though the modern world limits their existence, the small venue is the metaphorical breeding ground of the small band and a hive of activity for musicians and fans alike. Independent Venue Week celebrates this, […]

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Features, Music, Opinion

The Album Cover

As keen enthusiasts of both art and music, we at eudaemoniablog believe that the album cover is a perfect expression of both. Here are five of our favourites: David Bowie – Hunky Dory The original and eternal king of cool, David Bowie’s pensive stare perfectly encapsulates the whimsical music privileged enough to appear on the bill of ‘Hunky […]

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Features, Music

2017 Watch-list

One of the key concepts behind Eudaemoniablog is its focus on new and upcoming talent throughout the UK and beyond. With that in mind, here is our 2017 watch-list, five bands who we think will be huge as the year progresses. Trampolene: 2016 has been the year in which Trampolene have come to great prominence, […]

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