Tag Archives: music

Delivering opera “On Stage”

It’s ten years since Paul Potts became the first ever winner of Britain’s Got Talent in front of a record breaking    ... more

# Be bold for change

International Women’s Day 2017 recruits the boldness of rock music as it’s anthem for 2017 Women of the world stand strong, be    ... more

Lightening strikes

Lightning strikes, stars collide and the clock starts ticking – one has 24 hours until the end of the world, what    ... more

Dancing through the fantasy

Sound seems to play an important role in the presentation of cinema, the method which its multifaceted textures might be employed    ... more

Bowie’s legacy

Last year on the 10th of January, David Bowie passed away in his New York City home after a year-long encounter    ... more

Artistic domains

For the past few years, platforms such as tumblr.com, Instagram and pages on Facebook may have been used as the dominant    ... more

Banding together

On Monday the 5th of December, some of East London’s most prominent musicians and fans may be crowding to Kamio in    ... more

New music, seasoned city

Dating as far back as the 13th century, Stockholm may be considered as a seasoned, historic city, heralded as the first    ... more

Thomas tips trainer trend

From the Run DMC Adidas Shell-toes, Jane Fonda Reeboks or Robbie Williams sporting his silver Nike AirMax 95s – the love    ... more

Returning the music

Florida born singer Alison Mosshart and British guitarist Jamie Hince form a duo called The Kills and have returned with new    ... more

Back from the shadow

The Last Shadow Puppets are returning from the shadow with a second album which is out now. The LP is called    ... more

Rolling in the celebrations

British Rock ’n’ Roll band The Rolling Stones still consist to this day of their 4 members:  Sir Mick Jagger for    ... more

World Voice Day

One of London’s freshest singer/songwriting music talents, Nina Schofield, has been chosen to be the international voice of World Voice Day    ... more

Blast from the past

The 5 piece band from Abingdon,Oxfordshire has announced they aim to returning in the music with a series of shows which    ... more

Hello…it’s Glastonbury!

Taking place on Wednesday the 22nd of June until Sunday 26th, Glastonbury has announced last week London born singer Adele was    ... more

Returning the music

New York based band The Strokes are currently back in the studio and are set to release a new single. Since ‘Modern    ... more

Messages of empowerment

The Superbowl’s performance by artist Beyonce may have made one of the most musically political stands, with newly released single “Formation”.    ... more

Going solo

Former One Direction band member Zayn Malik may have proven his success as a solo artist having newly released single ‘‘Pillow    ... more

Whispering clouds and the supernatural

Benches reimagined as light shows, musical plants and personal light orchestras might become a reality for Bristol. Watershed recently announced its    ... more

Raze Me To The Ground

Fresh from supporting Anastacia at The O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, European talent Giulia is aiming to give her ever increasing fan-base    ... more

Pete Waterman talks to The Positive about his train passion!

Interview by Luca Giannini aged 7 years old Last month, Pop man Pete Waterman, launched the Railway Exchange Training Academy (RETA), which    ... more

A legacy that aims to make a difference

Andy Fraser, the co-writer of iconic rock anthem "All Right Now" when he was a teenager for the British rock band    ... more

Strength through music

February 11th, 2015 marks the anniversary of the momentous release of who may be the world’s greatest activist and revolutionary, Nelson    ... more

The Scheme

When it comes to having it all, The Scheme come abundantly equipped – the talent, the looks and most definitely the    ... more

The Wood Craft Folk

By Poppy Chesterman aged 10 years old I go to a youth club called The Wood Craft Folk every Friday evening    ... more

Why making music together is best

By Libby Salmon, aged 10 years old Each school holiday I am lucky enough to take part in Holiday Orchestra, which    ... more

The Stomp that impressed me

By Libby Salmon, aged 10 years old One of the best shows I’ve seen this year is Stomp! My family and    ... more

My adventures at Kentwell Hall

By Libby Salmon, aged 10 years old Last weekend we decided to take some friends to visit Kentwell Hall in Suffolk.    ... more

The symphony of a city

From its Romanesque, gothic churches, Baroque architecture and crisp alpine landscape;, Salzburg is a city of visual brilliance. Surrounded by the    ... more

A festival of legends and life

Amid the sweltering rainforests, jewel blue coast lines and bustling cities, sways the rhythm of a colourful nation. Brazil’s identity is    ... more

Parade through time and beauty

Just off the Indian subcontinent of South East Asia, lies the pearl of the Indian Ocean. A Mecca of biodiversity, the    ... more

The festival of equality and discovery

Belgium's tidy farmland resembles that of middle England, with a few more colourful windmills scattered across. Its ordered hedgerows are matched    ... more

More than crystalline waters

To think of clear jewel waters and lush rainforest, is to think of Tahiti. Trademarked for its coral reef, unparalleled beaches    ... more

Bringing tribes together in the Commonwealth

Papau New Guinea is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. 848 different languages are spoken within its    ... more

Summer beers amongst summer sounds

The museum quarter in the seventh district of Vienna is the eighth largest cultural area in the world, home to a    ... more

Discovering the land of vibrancy and art

Morocco’s Marrakech aims to be a city teeming with sensory overloads. Established in the early 16th century, this city proved itself    ... more

City of light comes alive

There are three reasons France is considered one of the world’s top tourist destinations; culture, class and charm. Whether it’s the    ... more

Beyond dreadlocks and reggae

Located along South Africa’s famous Garden Route, Knysna is a coastal town surrounded by lush and ancient forests. The town is    ... more

With walls of stone and a heart of art

This week marks the 65th anniversary for the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, one of Europe's five most distinguished cultural festivals. It is    ... more

Streets shaped by art

Linz, a city located in the north of Austria, is a place of new impressions, surprises and experiences. As the third-largest    ... more

Hooping through Berlin

Berlin is the city for the traveler; it is young, multicultural and still finding its feet as the coolest destination in    ... more

Music tourism financial perspective

A recent survey by the UK’s national tourism agency found the country’s musical success on the domestic and global stage was    ... more

Productive artistic innovation

Employment within the UK Creative Industries sector has increased five times faster than the national average, according to latest figures published    ... more

Samba nation takes centre stage

Brazilian carnival’s are amongst the most colourful, atmospheric and exhilarating events around the world. A collection of talented musicians, dancers, floats    ... more

Breathing more life into the north

The historic county of Yorkshire stretches as far as the small town of Sedbergh in the west, Middlesbrough and Whitby in    ... more

Sonic seasoning

Charles Spence, professor of experimental psychology at Oxford University, relates to an study identifying music may trick the brain into thinking    ... more

Fresh music talent bringing back the tunes

Introducing DERRY – fresh talent producing a hearty serving of great music that aims to bring audiences back to what really    ... more

Unprecedented steps to pioneer World Environment Day 5th June 2014

British rock icon, Andy Fraser (who wrote one of the world’s most well known songs, ‘All Right Now’), spent almost three    ... more

Sounds from your ‘Sofar’

London based Sofar Sounds are a company which brings live music straight to your living room, and quite literally at that;    ... more

A city coloured with culture

Driving along Australia’s iconic Great Ocean Road has become a permanent feature on the ‘Bucket List’ of many a traveller that    ... more