Interview: Inder Paul Sandhu

Del Osei-Owusu interviews Inder Paul Sandhu… Congratulations on making the Fresh Faves, how does it feel?It feels flipping brilliant, I’ve desired to have my music join the ranks ever since I became acquainted with the movement. It’s a sincere celebration of sound that I get to partake in and I'm grateful for that.  What’s the story behind Letter To Self?I had fallen into a very…

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Interview: DeLila Black

Del Osei-Owusu interviews DeLila Black… Hello DeLila, how are you? I'm okay! Congratulations on Accountability making the Fresh Faves, how does it feel? It feels pretty good!  Once a song is out there, there's no guarantee that anyone will listen to it. It felt great to get such positive feedback. Also, being an independent and DIY, it's been particularly challenging, doing my day job plus putting the…

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Interview: The Happy Somethings

Del Osei-Owusu interviews The Happy Somethings… Hello! How are you all doing?We’re pretty good thanks. Still recovering from what turned out to be a marathon first-in-a-long-time get together recording session over the weekend. We haven’t met to play for over a year. The last time was just before the first official lockdown, to record Stand Alone Song, which sounds strange to listen back to now…

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Interview: Alex Bone

Del Osei-Owusu interviews Alex Bone… Hello Alex how are you?I’m good thank you :) Hope you’re well! I’m great, thank you for asking! You’re a saxophonist, composer and producer, originally from the North of England. How did it all begin for you?Both my parents are musicians (my Mum’s a singer and my Dad’s a saxophonist) -  I constantly heard them playing and teaching in the…

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Interview: Lines of Flight

Del Osei-Owusu interviews Matthew and Helen of Lines of Flight Matthew and Helen thanks for agreeing to talk to us. How are you?MH: Hi there - good, thank you. Things seem to be going well and we’re enjoying how people are reacting to the music releases. You connected during the first lockdown of 2020, how did this come about? MH: A bit of luck; a bit…

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Interview: Blanid

Del Osei-Owusu interviews Blanid… Hello Blanid, how are you? I’m very well thanks - hope you are too!   I’m very well, thank you for asking! Congratulations on making Fresh Faves with your beautiful song Fool’s Gold, how does it feel? It’s an honour to be there with so many other great artists! It has beautiful lyrics that touched me. How did it come about?It’s a personal…

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Vanishing Point @ AMP Studios

Del Osei-Owusu interviews Neil March about the return of his live gigs. You have brought back the Vanishing Point gigs after a hiatus with COVID. How does it feel?Slightly unreal at the moment although, with pretty much all the tickets sold and arrangements finalised for set-up and sound, it is beginning to feel more real. There are actually two lots of monthly gigs - Vanishing…

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Interview: Machina X

Derek Osei-Owusu interviews Cyrus from Machina X… Hello Cyrus, how are you?I’m doing great! Thank you for having me. You are a producer and musician, how did it all begin for you?Well, I never considered myself musically inclined until my late teens, when it just sort of happened, after being exposed to rock, punk and electronic music through video games. I started out with my…

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Interview: Monique B

Derek Osei-Owusu interviews Monique B… Congratulations on the release of “Revolving Doors”. Describe it in three words.Thank you, in three words - enlightenment, positive, journey. You’re a singer songwriter and producer originally from Wales. How did it all begin?I’ve been doing music since I was about 14. It all started in my bedroom, I had a little setup using Cubase, and I used to send…

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Interview: Helefonix

Del Osei-Owusu interviews Helefonix, aka Helen Meissner… Congratulations on the release of “Jackie Weaver’s Kicked Him Out”. How does it feel?It feels slightly unreal really, but then so does most of my life when I look back on it. So no change there then! I’ve been called ‘thought, word, deed’ by people close to me and have a habit of acting on impulse. Of course,…

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