This session was really special with both Listening Sessions regulars and more new faces bringing their tunes with them! Also make sure to check out the playlist we have posted featuring tracks that were played on the night http://listeningsessions.co.uk/playlist-listening-sessions-1514/
With word spreading, this session we were joined by more local producers as well as some from Birmingham’s surrounding areas! The vibes were really strong and there was a great range music being played.
Photos from the 3rd session. The cold temperatures couldn’t keep us away and once again there was full house of producers sharing their tunes! Plus PST had the trusty heater on
Building on the positive feedback received from our first event, the 2nd session took on the new format, with each producer bringing a selection of their productions to showcase.
Here’s another short video of January’s Listening Sessions event – courtesy of Bianca Harvey Photography. The track featured is “Be Quiet” by C.Mason, and you can check out more of his tunes on his SoundCloud.
Our resident photographer/videographer Bianca Harvey shot this short video at the January event. The track playing in the vid is a great example of one of the best things about Listening Sessions – the collaborative projects that networking through the event can bring about.
This is where it all began: here’s the photos taken at the 1st event back in December 2013.
To start the Label Spotlight series here is a Q & A with Rawganics, a label based in Birmingham that is responsible for releasing some amazing forward thinking deep music!
The first release to be featured is the “The Light of Day” compilation! It has just been released by Futurepast Zine in the form of a CD and accompanying zine. This release is something special! With 7 out of 9 sonic contributors being Listening Sessions regulars and limited to 100
Free Download from Listening Sessions co-founder Elkie (real name Tom Hayes). The intro featuring the title’s, “Charlie”, speaking the truth, setting the tone for the deepness to come. Rolling basslines combined with the rain-like atmospherics and piano notes creates a real soothing, yet melancholic effect. The crisp snapping