Following the release of his debut solo album as LOOR, we asked Gwil Sainsbury to make us a playlist.
'People always say ‘what’s it like being a one hit wonder?’ and I say well it’s better than being a no hit wonder. It’s something I’ve got that has taken me around the world.'
‘Being creative and productive is important to me but it’s important to learn to not feel guilty if you have a non-productive day.’
‘Being able to say I was a Momentum funded artist has given me a sense of validation and worked as a great stamp of approval to secure further opportunities.’
We’ve made a playlist featuring all of the artists who supported the PRS Emergency Relief Fund as part of PRS Presents LCKDWN. Tune in.
‘Quite often, you’re looking for relationships, connections and patterns with musical interval, notes and harmony. In some ways I think it’s like an unveiling of something that’s a feeling or something that’s in your mind.’
We asked Charlatans frontman and driving force behind #TimsTwitterListeningParty, Tim Burgess, to make us a playlist. Get listening.
‘In Scotland, the biggest music city would be Glasgow, but I’ve always been so passionate and proud to be from Dundee. I’ve always tried to keep it as a part of who I am, even when I’m living in a different country.’
Yellow River reached number one in 26 Countries as well as the British charts, staying there for three weeks, and eventually entering the hall of fame as a rock classic.
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