I have wanted to write to you for so long … I searched for words and clumsily built expressions, secretly hoping that my letter would someday be published on adme.ru and dozens of readers would write “This is so inspiring!”. But then I realized that I really didn’t want this at all. I wanted you to forget what britishwave.ru, adme.ru and just “www” in any form are.
You are already changing the fourth headphones for this month and I don’t blame you at all. You get bored with your homemade “cool riffs” and “like these parties”. Yes, and night hangs in YouTube – this is also okay, even despite the fact that you do not go to school, because you sleep off. Would YouTube be in my youth – I would do that too. By the way, the next time you surf there, be sure to see how Hendrix fires a guitar. The coolest video, Bellamy (well, the guy from Muse) after him took up the music, while Continue reading
Kostya Chalykh: “It’s great when you have ideas that you want to realize, and the craft is in your hands”
The frontman of the group My Rockets Up, the ex-guitarist of the group 7 Race, and today, the SunSay guitarist, Kostya Chalykh has fallen in love with the public for a long time. And this is not surprising. His unique stage charisma and incredible energy can not but impress on the performances of the teams in which he takes part.
It is as if it merges with instruments and sound vibrations in order to be embodied in the image familiar to him. Obsessed with the guitar and the constant search for himself in music and music in himself.
BritishWave.ru met with Bones on the eve of his concert in Saratov, where he was leaving an hour after our interview. His life is full, but he took a little time to give an interview for our readers. Continue reading
Everything happens for the first time. Even the most powerful oak grows from a tiny acorn. And it is always interesting to remember how it all began.
BritishWave.ru offers to go on an incredible journey to find out where the famous musicians and their groups started, and how their first concerts went on long before they performed in large concert halls and stadiums.
Blur debuted on June 21, 1989, although they were then called Seymour. Where? At the East Anglia Railway Museum, at a relative’s birthday party with Damon Albarn’s relative. Not really. “We were extremely energetic, smashed the drum kit, smashed the guitars. In general, everything went fine, Continue reading