‘Wet’ is a call to arms of an era that established itself on pure punk-rock intensity and is coated with the more aggressive side of grunge, echoing the the classic ‘State of Love and Trust’ by their piers Pearl Jam.
Every year millions of visitors from London, the UK and across the globe enjoy the iconic Hyde Park, one of the capital’s eight Royal Parks. Spanning 350 acres of green space in central London, Hyde Park has hosted world-renowned music artists since the 1960s. The summer concerts are an essential part of income generation for The Royal Parks, providing necessary funds to maintain and develop the parks for future generations to enjoy.
VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: The Beatflux – ‘Bleeding Myself’ The Beatflux released their debut single ‘Bleeding Myself’ via all digital platforms on March 31st and My Global Mind is proud to present the innovative animated lyric video to accompany it. The track is an up tempo, fast-paced guitar driven assault to the senses, which could […]
Today is the day that Eddie Vedder and Glen Hansard finish up their European tour together and they, along with everyone else in attendance, are determined to make the most of it.
Funky ‘NYC Freaks’ rides on a groove which conjures images of late night sticky New York City streets and Studio 54. Arthur meanwhile, reveals his talents as a soloist, in the songs closing guitar licks.