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What If I say I’m not like the others

What If I say I’m not like the others

They call him ‘The nicest guy in Rock and Roll’, Dave Grohl, Frontman of the Foo Fighters. Dave Grohl has always been an inspiration to me, not just for his unique ability to churn out some of the best Rock music of the past 2 decades but for his passion and hunger for music. Born […]

Birth of a Rockstar: Joe Strummer

Birth of a Rockstar: Joe Strummer

In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine in 1999, Joe Strummer revealed to the world: “My motto is: “What’s the hurry?” I’m trying to get it across to the modern world that we need to sit around and think a little bit more.” This just doesn’t seem like an apt description of the Clash’s front […]

The birth of a Rockstar: Phil Lynott

The birth of a Rockstar: Phil Lynott

There are not many men who epitomized and embodied the true spirit of a “Rockstar” better than Phil Lynott. He would have been 62 today. From birth and by nature, he was different to anyone else. Born in the UK Midlands in 1949, Lynott always considered himself to be 100% Irish having grown up in […]

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Does your studio’s data sit on a muddle of portable drives?

A sprawling heap of portable hard drives is a familiar sight in the offices and studios of data hungry, creative businesses. Whilst an effective means of backing up projects and a great way to facilitate file mobility between devices and individuals, there are a number of problems with this piecemeal approach. Aside from the general […]

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We could all get creative in more places with a fast digital infrastructure.

Sometimes when we need creative inspiration a change of scene can help. In fact there is a lot of good science which shows that changing your state can really help engage with your creative subconscious. So it can be really beneficial to get out of the studio and spend some time closer to nature. As […]