SPGtv: Series Update | The Student Pocket Guide
Here’s an update on all that’s been going on at SPGtv over the past few months…
Your Chance to Get Involved!
With SPGtv now firmly up and running like a locomotive chugging its way down the train track to YouTube stardom, we are now opening up opportunities for you to get involved – exciting, hey?! Yes, that’s right, whether you are an aspiring musician or wannabee videographer, there are plenty of ways for you to get involved. Whether it’s an acoustic session you’ve filmed or something a little more off the wall, (maybe a professional prank?), we want to see your work. If we like it, it will feature on SPGtv, simple. Contact us today!
As always, we have continued with our weekly competition giveaways which have seen many of you walk away with some pretty cool stuff. Signed merchandise has been a big theme this time around with a T-shirt signed by all five members of Kaiser Chiefs being a particular highlight! With the festival season in full swing over summer we also made sure that you were setting off well prepared, giving away a whole host of festival essentials from tents and high-tech water bottles to the all important emergency toilet seat covers! Make sure you stay tuned over the coming months. We’ve got it covered.
Interviews and Sessions:
Everything Everything – We caught up with one of 2013’s brightest alt rock/pop talents, Everything Everything, at this summer’s sun lashed Parklife Weekender. The young chaps spoke to us about festival food and confusing meat, Tim Burton movies and their plans for the year ahead.
Lewis Mokler – This was a great little acoustic we filmed with emerging solo artist Lewis Mokler. Location: on a moving gondola at Latitude Festival. The perfect setting, perfect song and perfect addition to anyone’s iPod. Lovely chap too!
Thomas Dybdahl – Another SPGtv highlight from this summer’s activity was our session with Norwegian singer-songwriter Thomas Dybdahl. Set in the dusty hidden woods at Latitude Festival, this delicate number is sure to please the ears of all who listen. The eerie location makes a perfect accompaniment.