Band In A Week Finale Gig Feb 2013
A selection of clips from the Band in a week final showcase that took place on February 22nd 2013 at the Brady Arts Centre, Whitechapel.
Well done to all the young people that took part and for the friends and family that came to support on the night.
Brasil - The World Will Never Take Us
Brasil - George Snooks: Guitar, Vocals
Jamie Burnett: Drums
Louis Cairn: Bass
Alfie Green: Guitar
Filmed, produced and edited by James Meurer @ Mindwarp TV
Brasil are an up and coming East London based five piece, taking influence from bands such as: Coldplay, Muse, Green Day and U2. Formed in early 2011, they have been writing, recording and producing their own material, which is a blend of Alt-Rock, Punk, Pop and Funk. Brasil were supported by CM on the Music Space project, which offers one to one support, rehearsal space, recording time and gigging opportunities to the young music makers of Tower Hamlets. For more information go to http://www.cmsounds.com/courses/entry/music-space
Gabriel Adeyeye Promotional Media Assignment.m4v
Students from the 2nd Year of CM's FdA Creative Music Production & Business course had to create a short promotional clip of 3 minutes, which showcased 3 of their works in progress as part of the 'Final Product' module. This was Gabriel Adeyeye's submission
The Prototypes Former CM student Nick White talks to breakbeat.co.uk / Drum and Bass Arena about how The Music Production and Business Foundation Degree helped him move his music career forward.
CM Music Space Academy students at 'Making Tracks'
On 12th January 2013 Whirlygig Cinema and The Cabinet of Living Cinema put on a special event at Rich Mix called Making Tracks.
Making Tracks fused live music with moving image and provided an interactive platform for new film talent. Whirlygig Cinema presented a programme of short films alongside brand new soundtracks, performed live on the night by The Cabinet of Living Cinema and featuring students from CM's Music Space Academy.
This video clip shows two short films, 'Off Track' by Sundeep Toor and 'The Chair' by Max Lincoln, with live musical backing provided by CM's Music Space Academy Students.
For more information about Music Space Academy go to http://www.cmsounds.com/courses/entry/music-space-academy
Mammoth Sound at The Royal Albert Hall
A short film documenting Mammoth Sound's big day at the Music For Youth Schools Prom at the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday 13th November 2012. Includes footage of the band rehearsing at CM, sound check on the morning of the performance, getting ready backstage and clips from the performance itself!
Music Space Live Presents: East Beats 2012
Footage from CM's Music Space Live East Beats gig on 28th July 2012 featuring performances from Mammoth Sound, The Skellies, Naga MC, Intensi-T, Esstar, Music Space Academy Collective, Daniel & Linley, Vipez, SmoothVee & Sgt Static, Delicia, Brasil, Trephena and Nathan. Plus street interviews with people from around CM's East London base, discussing their interpretation of the Olympic themes of Friendship, Determination, Inspiration, Courage, Respect and Excellence
BEAST @ XOYO video.mov
Saturday March 10th 2012 was the climax of the BEAST project as CM helped deliver the hugely successful East London Bass Fest club night at XOYO. This video shows clips and highlights from the night which included an exciting set from headliner Adam F as well as spectacular live performances from Engine Earz Experiment, Riz MC, Driving Lolita and Shaa'ir + Func who flew in from India especially for the show.
Hosted by Bobby Friction (BBC Asian Network) and Orifice Vulgatron (Foreign Beggars)
Nasha Records vs Shiva Soundsystem (BEast Festival)
Shiva Soundsystem and Nasha Records are two East End record labels both born out of the cutting edge, cross cultural club scene in the late 90's. Since holding down some legendary residencies at old institution "Herbal", they've launched the careers of top ten artists, hosted BBC radio shows, featured their music on film & computer games and released a shed load of tunes.
Now, nearly nine years after their last joint event they've decided it's time to lock musical horns again courtesy of BEast Festival