Freelance Journalism

Freelance Journalism

I have written for numerous online and print publications and continue to do so in my spare time. Since a young age I have contributed to local newspapers.

Please click the links below for hundreds of examples:

Music Week
‘Tastemakers’ – Music Week – May ’12
‘Tastemakers’ – Music Week – March ’12

Allgigs.co.uk
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The Derbyshire Times
SonOfEagle_Dec2011_DerbyshireTimes.pdf

The 405
Silversun Pickups – Swoon (text)
Hanne Hukkelberg live at Bush Hall (photography and text)

Never Enough Notes
Please see the Never Enough Notes page

Never Enough Notes Magazine

Never Enough Notes Magazine

Established in 2009, Never Enough Notes is an e-zine dedicated to the freshest music news, discoveries, reviews, festivals, gigs and events.

With a fantastically-diverse editorial team at the centre of our success, we aim to bring you a variety of recommendations, free music, exclusives and more with a no-nonsense attitude.

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Launched in 2009 , Never Enough Notes was nominated for Best Digital Publication at The Record Of The Day Awards in both 2010 and 2011, and also Best Blog at the BT Digital Music awards. All of our writers love what they do and do what they love. Some of them are the best in their field, and write for various other online publications of repute.

We cover anything from an unsigned artist in a backstreet pub in Glasgow, fab venues in East London, to recently having reviewed Depeche Mode at London’s The O2. We’re growing fast, having already released an album in February 2010, and attended the influential music conference South By Southwest in Austin, Texas. Our renowned Fifteen Minutes of Fame podcast is featured on Recharged Radio and featured on BBC 6Music. We’ve also held charity events at London’s Camden Head and The Slaughtered Lamb, and keenly support various not-for-profit organisations.

Website stats:
Average monthly hits: 25,000
Average pages per visit: 6
Main visitor countries: UK, USA
Contributors: 40+

On 18th January 2012, Never Enough Notes took part in the anti-SOPA/PIP protest and blacked-out its content. Read a blog post about it here.