Finally it’s here the new Scarlett’s Roses music video called “Nightmares”. We can discover a new kind of spirit in this video a bit more rock reggea but always with the Scarlett’s Roses touch. Do like us and help them to go to the next step by sharing this video as much as you can.
This friday the band Scarlett’s Roses from london will be releasing their new music video “Nightmares”.
Their last video “NYLON” as been a success on internet so we really can’t wait to see what they did this time for this new single.
Here is the flyer.
Don’t forget this friday 13 go have a look and share the video .
Check out the brand new song by the band Minor League. This song has been recorded and produced by the VT production. This independant recording company has been launched by Thomas Carli Jarlier (drummer of Minor League, session drummer, teacher, drummer of Scarlett’s Roses) and Vasilisa Illicheva (Minor League singer, songwriter, producer)
Check out the tracks and help to spread the word by sharing it on your social network website.
As well check out the video which shows the process of the recording of the track.
Beastie Boys have posted their whole new album online because the ‘clean’ version was leaked.
The B-Boys have been blaming leaks for all their new sound being released before the official date, and this time they say the ‘clean’ version of The Hot Sauce Committee Part Two has snuck out online so they’re streaming the ‘filthy dirty nasty’ version.
They write on their blog ‘.as a hostile and retaliatory measure with great hubris we are making the full explicit aka filthy dirty nasty version available for streaming on our site. We hope this brings much happiness, hugs, and harmony.’
All sixteen tracks are up on SoundCloud to listen to and buy, except, for some obtuse reason, track five ‘Say It’.
The album will be officially released on May 3.
Thomas carli Jarlier put online his new website where you can see more about his work in the music business and his different new projects.
Check it out here is the link
Thomas has been studying and working in the world of music for a number of years now. His journey started in his home country, France, with recording sessions at studios such as “Studio La Reine” in Paris. After playing with several pop and rock bands, Thomas migrated to London to further his career ambitions and signed up to a masters course at the famous “Tech Music School” (formerly DrumTech) where he is still currently studying. Having spent only a few months in London, Thomas has played all around in venues like Barfly, Proud, The Troubadour, The Vibe, The Grand Union and many more. His most recent project is playing with the band “Scarlett’s Roses”. They recently recorded there first single and shot their first video with their track “NYLON” and they are now back in studio working on their follow up single “Nightmare” and their forthcoming album. He is also working on other projects including a monthly Hip-hop jam night in London and is setting up his own studio with singer/songwriter Vasilisa Ilicheva.
Phil has played for artists such as Christophe Willem, Jessie J, Kissmet, Roxanne Emery and Modern Romance. He is currently running his own night called W3 Music Live at Ravenscourt Park Grand Union Bar. Phil also has his own original band called The Bassment Project featuring some of the UK’s top young musicians who have played with the likes of Duffy, Wretch 32, Jessie J, Jamiroquai and Thriller Live tour
W3 Music Live
W3 Music Live is a weekly night run on a wednesday at the Ravenscourt Park Grand Union Bar. Founded and run by bassist Phil Simmonds, the night hosts some of the hottest musicians to come out of london and the UK. With a jam after the house band sets which has had the likes of Rick James, Vanessa Freeman, Chris Webb, Graeme Flowers, Rob Hughes, Pete Ray Biggin, Simon Fisenden, Lawrence Insuoa, Daniel Bingham, Nathan Williams, Mike Davies, Paul Egan, Andy Cortes, James Ahwai, Annabel Williams, Karl Vanden Bosche, Yolanda Charles and more come down n play with the house band!
The house band musicians change weekly but include the likes of Luke Harris (Drums), Ricky Russell (Drums), Phil Jones (Drums), Joao Caetano (Percussion), Will Fry (Percussion) Tom Hill (Guitar), Will Rigby (Guitar), Mike Davies (guitar), Jack Fisher (Keys), Daniel Bingham (Keys), Joe Thomas (Keys), Chris Wintermeyer (Trumpet), Ed Mitchell (Sax), Tim Ower (Sax), Richie Garrison (Sax), Jamie Harris (Sax) and Phil Simmonds (Bass)