On 16th December, the BRIT School hosted an evening celebrating the music of Motown, featuring some of the hit songs from well known Motown acts. One of the performers at the show ‘Live from the Obie: The Music of Motown’ was JSS’s very own Temi Atiba. We asked Temi to put a few words together describing the event and her experience of performing. This is what she said:Continue reading “Loving the music of Motown”
Billy & Louie have been using their time during lockdown to work on a new song inspired by Spanish music that takes them in a different direction to their previous tracks ‘Changed‘ and ‘Like the river‘. Read this article to find out more from Billy & Louie about what inspired them and the story behind ‘Rosa’…
When it comes to making music, you’re never too young to start. For the past year, Christian Neale has been putting together a mix of dance and ambient-inspired tunes and publishing them on his own YouTube channel and web site. Now 13, Christian is currently working on an EP and album based on stories he has developed about space and peace. We talk to Christian to find out more about his music and why night-time is often the best time for his new ideas!
By Billy & Louie Hughes
We’re back! And both of us are so excited to announce that on June 6th we will be releasing our 3rd single, ‘Like the river’! This is a song that we are proud to be releasing as it has been in the vault for three years now. We wrote this song when we were 13 and since then it has evolved and changed into an emotional ballad as we have revisited and adapted the song.
By Amanda Neale
When the lockdown was imposed in March, it felt as if the whole world had suddenly been locked away from normality and routine. It has been like a bad dream that you hope you will wake up from but is actually happening every day. Sometimes it has felt like we’re all actors in a movie where this pandemic has broken out but we’re waiting for the action hero to arrive and rescue the world from being destroyed. Family and friends have lost their lives so quickly to this horrible pandemic that has swept across the world literally like a demon.