Music Blogs

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Devon is not only a destination to experience local bands and music but also to witness international stars giving it. They’re all in a small county. By visiting these blogs, you will be able to know about local and international bands and musicians who might be visiting Devon. News, videos, and more, these blogs have it all.

Neon Music – neonmusic.co.uk

Neon Music provides news, videos, features, interviews, and reviews on the most popular music in the UK. The writers of Neon Music are all passionate about music and want to keep the local scenes alive. They believe in the music and artist of tomorrow and where their thoughts on the industry.

Stamp The Wax – stampthewax.com

Stamp the wax is based in the UK and showcases all there is to know about music in London, Bristol, and Brighton. The blog was established in 2010, and they have been providing at least 4 articles each week since then. Fans of all genres of music can find what they are looking for here, including Electronic, Indie, Jazz, RnB, Soul, and Reggae.

Classical Music – classical-music.com

Classical Music is any classical music fan’s guide to the world of classical music and compositions. Here you can find news, reviews, interviews, and even podcasts with your favourite composers. The magazine is brought to you by the BBC, making them a reliable source for quality material and up-to-date information on your favourite genre of music.

Drum Thud – drumthud.net

Drum Thud - Music Blogs

This blog is based in the UK and brings readers information on music news, reviews, new releases, old releases, concerts, and more. They are devoted to uncovering new music from all concerts in the world and making more people aware of the new music. Although they have most of their focus on electronic music, they do cover a large variety of genres.

The blogs on this list are all dedicated to the UK’s music industry and the music that is being produced and released in the local and international markets. For any specific information or questions regarding Devon County’s music scene, contact us.

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