Music Interview: S. Peace Nistades

For this weeks music interview, I’m introducing you to rather different style of music which is more artistic and likely to be heard in film scores and soundtracks. Please welcome composer S. Peace Nistades. ______________________________________________________________________ Band/Artists Name: S. Peace Nistades Members: S. Peace Nistades, (Composer and Co-Mixing Engineer), Ken Goerres, (Co-Mixing Engineer), Gerhard Westphalen (Mastering… Continue reading Music Interview: S. Peace Nistades

My 2019 blog-olutions

2019 is in full swing and “what exciting plans do I have for Rock For Disability this year?” I hear you ask. Well here is a brief list of my blog-olutions for this year; New blog theme As you can already see, my blog has begun a make-over. This theme has a simple layout, easier… Continue reading My 2019 blog-olutions

Guest Blog: How to Work with Your Disability and Become a Musician

My first Monday Music blog post of 2019 is a guest post written by Natalie Landecker from The Guitar Pal. Natalie grew up in a household filled with music and guitars which explains her love for anything music-related. As an adult, she works to share this passion with everyone as she believes that music is… Continue reading Guest Blog: How to Work with Your Disability and Become a Musician

My 2018 in review

2018 has been the year of me being productive, determined and self-motivated. I would admit I haven’t achieved as much as I hoped this year. However I’ve discovered what I’m capable of and what I can accomplish with the resources and connections I have. Here is a roundup of all my achievements, activities and life… Continue reading My 2018 in review

Album Reviews: 2018 roundup

This year I discovered two new artists and got to enjoy new album releases from three legendary rock bands. Here is a roundup of my 2018 album reviews: 1. Muse On Friday 9th November 2018, Muse, the rock trio from Devon, released their eighth studio album┬áSimulation Theory. Read: Simulation Theory by Muse 2. Gerry Cinamon… Continue reading Album Reviews: 2018 roundup