Saturday, October 20, 2018
Ronan Kearney

Ronan Kearney was introduced to music at the age of 6, when his dad got him a walk-man with all Michael Jackson songs, and the musical of "War of the Worlds", but it wasn't before the age of 15-16, under the influence of Kurt Cobain, that he picked up a guitar to play music.

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hear hear (a cheer)

Hear, hear! (a cheer) = Tomas Verheyen and some other wannabe musicians pissing away their lives while pursuing a respectable listening audience so they can become frustrated about their music being misunderstood.

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Ondine

Ondine is a Belgian band that combines fuzzy guitars with timeless pop songs. They've just released their LP, called Washes Over, which is available on vinyl. They've had some incredible press reviews, when they released their first EP. They were called "best Belgian shoegaze ever", which is kinda funny, because there aren't a lot of shoegaze bands of course.

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Jonathan Jeremiah

Imagine a young London born singer songwriter working night-shifts for seven years to get the money together to hire legendary brass players, soulful string orchestras, and Questlove, one of music’s most influential figures to drum on five of the tracks, and record them in a little studio in Dollis Hill.

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Big Buji

Big Buji is an urban producer from North Carolina, United States. His lifelong dream was to be an artist, to live his passion. When he was 13, he started rapping in small clubs, getting used to the crowd, to the visibility.

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Orange Goblin

Orange Goblin has been rocking stages since 1995. Their stoner rock career took a huge change, last year, with the release of their 7th album, called "A Eulogy for the damned". After 18 years in the business, combining their job, social life, and of course wife and kids, with the music, they had the chance to do this, full time. And we, the fans, are so thankful they decided to take on this once in a lifetime opportunity, to take the leap of faith.

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Metal Church

Metal Church first popped up in 1984 and are now celebrating their 30th anniversary. Although the band had split up in 2009, they always knew they would come back together eventually. They've released their 10th album, 22nd of October 2013, and are now ready to overtake all international stages.

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Massa Nobu

Their music is moody and unpredictable: shifting between electronics, hip-hop breaks, heavy baselines, rock-guitars and melancholic lyrics. Massa Nobu combines individual influences to create an own sound which could be described somewhere between Indie rock and Trip hop.

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False Heads

False-Heads have been around for some time now. They've had some changing line-up, but the idea behind the band remained. References to The Pixies are well appreciated, but above all, they've already had some very nice airplay with their EP.

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Jeni Wren

Jeni Wren, a soulful, jazzy singer-songwriter from Portland, United States, took the time to talk with What's your Story about her ambitions in music. Since Christmas she changed the way she handles Social Media, and we're one of those first contacts internationally. 

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About WHAT'S YOUR STORY

Everyone has a story to tell. What's yours?

Our goal is to inspire people by sharing everyone's story, everyone's passion. We all live by daily routines, gazing our smartphones, tablets, pc's all day, we don't look up anymore to people: our neighbours, strangers, people with a story.

That's our motivation, being part of the change. And that starts ... with you!