25 years of music listening, purchasing and gig going experience. Started off listening to Metallica. Now can be found enjoying the South Wales scene (Straight Lines, The People The Poet, Funeral for a Friend) as well as discovering gems from all over the globe (The End of America). Guitar based rock & folk are in my ears right now (Frank Turner, Rob Lynch, Electric Eden).
Opening track People tackles body image and eating disorders. Reading the lyrics and story behind the song makes you realise how common this subject area is, the pressure from peers and the media on what we should look like.
South Wales’ The People The Poet have released a stream of the latest single from their eagerly anticipated Kickstarter funded debut album ‘The Narrator’. This release has been timed to coincide with the birth of
There is a similar feel to their debut album here with a collection of ten entertaining, memorable songs but also evident is the experience gained in penning the four albums and from extensive touring.
So here at Soundscape we listen to music (a lot!), review albums, attend gigs & review them and interview artists. But have you ever wondered about the process of recording one of the aforementioned releases?
Buckle up and strap yourselves in for an incredible, full on, hi-tempo’d musical journey. This release leaves you little time to catch your breath inbetween songs. Reaper in Sicily’s (four years in the making) much