With these videos, you are supposed to offer insight into what you offer viewers and why they should click the subscribe button. As you can see, I ticked all the boxes with this video…
Here is a photo of recent visitors to my site. I never really expect anyone to read this site, but I especially didn’t expect it to be seen as far away as Canada, Russia and Japan. I wonder who you guys are?!?
If you ever see this post, let me know who you are in the comments below, as I would love to know.
The 3rd video in my chip trick tutorial video series. Like all the others, its pretty rough and ready, but I feel it gets the job done. Let me know how you get on with this.
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This is the Steel City Punkcast. It is a 20 minute audio podcast published twice per month. I make and host this mainly for fun, but also to try and give people a glimpse into what we have to offer as a music scene.
I generally try and play local unsigned bands, but I also play bigger bands from further afield who are going to be playing in Sheffield. I am always looking for new bands to play so get in touch!
You can stream all the shows in the player above, but I would also recommend going to the Steel City Punkcast website to get the full show notes and links to all sorts of good stuff!
This is my current band, Irrational Act. We have been playing for around 18 months and this is our first recording.
It is a 6 track EP recorded in around 8 hours at Practise Sheffield. I then went away and finished the overdubs, editing, mixing, sampling and mastering myself. We then printed a limited edition of 50 CD’s, which have now sold out.
You can stream the whole thing in the video, or you can download it for free on the link below:
If you wanna find out anything about Irrational Act, you can check out our website, or you can also find us on FB and Twitter.
Here is a collection of songs I have written in my room for no particular reason over the years. There are some weird songs in here, some instrumentals, some covers and some old songs.
Hope you like them!