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We're all about singers and singing. The iSingmag podcast is an extension of our website and membership. We love nothing more to talk to singers about singing! And other related stuff of course. Presenter Matt B. Thorns will be covering a wide spread of topics that singers are interested in from the vocal technique and style, performance, health, songwriting, recording, performance confidence, singing careers, useful gear, the music business and more. Our aim is to inform, inspire and support the singer on their journey. So sit back and enjoy!

Latest Episodes

Ep. 10 How entering The Voice Kids helped my confidence with Wren Snaith

“Everything is a lesson in life, everything teaches you something” This episode’s guest is at the very start of her career. Wren Snaith shares her experiences and challenges as a 15 year old in the music business. She talks about her experience, lessons and achievements from entering ITV’s The Voice Kids. She explains how she had to adjust after she was knocked out of the show, how the experience helped her confidence, changed her approach to performing and led her to recording her first EP. Wren also explains how she uses her songwriting to cope with mental health, general life and it’s challenges. This mature young artist knows how important it is to take every opportunity to help her learn on her journey towards a possible career. We will be watching her progress keenly here at iSingmag. Website: wrensnaith.com|Spotify Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

50 MIN2019 DEC 1
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Ep. 10 How entering The Voice Kids helped my confidence with Wren Snaith

Ep. 9 Being employable with Ann Bailey

"The more feathers you have in your cap the better. It keeps you employable" You will enjoy listening to the vibrant and funny Annie 'Thunderlungs'Bailey. With a vast music industry CV and many stories to tell this incredibly versatile vocalist (she can sing pretty much any genre and is a great mimic) has had a varied music career, filling many roles. In this podcast Annie talks about how her complete go-getting attitude led her to working for top record labels and producers, singing on hit dance singles, TV appearances, radio ads, writing award winning and top 10 songs, sing backing vocals for major artists, vocal arranging, session work, developing, mentoring and working with artists such as Ward Thomas, Miller's Daughter, teaching in music colleges, and singing all around the world. Annie talks about her working process, how she gets work, how she developed recording and engineering skills to make herself more employable, and shares practical and wise advice for singers and developing artists. Website: thunderlungs.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

41 MIN2019 NOV 1
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Ep. 9 Being employable with Ann Bailey

Ep. 8 Why you don't need a record label with Jayson John Evans

"Because of my music there are two people still here enjoying life. That's crazy!" In this episode we look at the complex challenges new artists face as they venture out onto the vast landscape we know as the music industry. Podcaster, musician, producer and author of 'The 4D Songwriter: How to Dominate the New Music Industry' Jayson John Evans comes onto the show to talk through some of the essential things he believes music artists need to understand about succeeding in the industry today. Jayson has a varied perspective of the music industry over the past 10 years, and he's worked through the myriad of changes. His obsession with marketing led Jayson to write his book sharing a fresh take on how to market yourself to new fans in this ever evolving music world. This is podcast is not only a lot of fun it is also will give you some great ideas and insights to help you on your music journey. Website:www.listennotes.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Tw...

70 MIN2019 SEP 19
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Ep. 8 Why you don't need a record label with Jayson John Evans

Ep. 7 Stone Fruit, music careers the DYI way

"It's not a bad thing to want to make some money out of your original music" Stone Fruit isa London-based soul, pop, R&B and electronic influenced music duo consisting of Valentini and Lef. Stone Fruit epitomise the modern "DIY musician", creating a music career on their own terms, without a label. Their approach is similar to any startup business.In this episode we discuss what it is to be a musician these days and how a duo can make a living from music. This is often a sensitive topic to bring up with musicians but Lef and Val are very open, talking about their personal experiences, obstacles and successes as developing artists. They talk about their portfolio careers as self employed musicians, which includes teaching, session playing and original work. Stone Fruitshare some great advice and top tips for aspiring DIY musicians from budgeting, marketing, songwriting, producing, artwork and gigging. Check out this episode if you are looking to start your own career as an artist and want to save time avoiding those common startup mistakes! Website:stonefruituk.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

40 MIN2019 AUG 18
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Ep. 7 Stone Fruit, music careers the DYI way

Ep. 6 Estée Blu, taking the leap into a full time music career

"When difficult times come, reposition the way you look at the problem. Remember you have a voice and other people want to hear it" Estée Blu is a Soul, RnB, Jazz, Gospel-inspired singer-songwriter. Her music has been featured on Beats 1, COLORS (Berlin) and BBC Introducing LIVE. Only 3 years into her career she has already had recognition from NME online as well as successful performances around London and Europe supporting artists like Ward Thomas and Orchestra Boabab. In our interview,Estée delves into her artist development journey so far. She talks about her experience and learning as a Roundhouse Resident Artist and support by the MOBO Awards. Recently she's been a recipient of the Help Musicians Do it Differently Fund. We talk about what inspired her to take career more seriously and what it took for her to take the bold leap into being a full time professional musician. We also discuss what she thinks about mentoring the next generation of artists and what she believes are...

34 MIN2019 JUL 12
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Ep. 6 Estée Blu, taking the leap into a full time music career

Ep. 5 Jono McNeil, industry insights from a vocal coach on The Voice

"The more ego is quashed the more the song can have the opportunity to really show it's authentic colours" In this episode of the podcast we interview a bit of a celeb figure in the voice community. Jono is one of the lead vocal coaches on ITV's The Voice and teaches out of a funky ex-recording studio off Portabello Road in West London. He shares with us some deep and personal details of his experience as a rising backing singer working alongside some great artists in Perth, London and Worldwide. He has developed a highly respected reputation as a vocal coach and continues to grow his teaching practice incorporating holistic techniques such as mindful singing and meditation in order to help the people better understand themselves as singers. We cover a spectrum of singing truths in this episode. Definitelynot one to miss! Website:jonomcneiled.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

51 MIN2019 MAY 23
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Ep. 5 Jono McNeil, industry insights from a vocal coach on The Voice

Ep. 4 John Henny, what it takes to be a successful singer

"The singers I've seen do really well are those who know where they want to go in the business" This month we're back with a heavy hitter in the voice community. John Henny is on the air and talks to us about his profound realisations as a drummer who became fascinated with the voice. John has now written books and online courses dedicated to teaching singers and coaches on how to actually teach the art of singing. It's a big one! We go through some of his past experiences and learning developments that take us to the science and meaning of what it takes to be a successful singer in the 21st century. Don't miss this one! Lots of juice! Website: johnhenny.com Presented byMatt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

48 MIN2019 MAY 23
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Ep. 4 John Henny, what it takes to be a successful singer

Ep. 3 Elena Ramona, how refusing to take no got me airplay

"If I die on stage, at least I die doing something I love" This podcast is an interview with pop singer/songwriter Elena Ramona, based in Surrey. Originally from the Greek "Mama Mia" island of Skiathos, Elena talks about her musical journey from classical vocal training, attending the Academy of ContemporaryMusic, finding her vocal and songwriting style and sound, battling with depression, finding her way through the music industry as an independent artist and how her refusal to take no has got her music played on radio and television. Connect: facebook.com/elenaramonamusic/ Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

53 MIN2019 MAR 15
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Ep. 3 Elena Ramona, how refusing to take no got me airplay

Ep. 2 Joshua Alamu, the importance of learning from your mistakes

"I realised that when I was screwing up, that was actually where my break-throughs were taking place." This podcast is an interview with top vocal coach, Joshua Alamu. Joshua shares some profound breakthroughs he's experienced over the 20 years he’s been coaching singers. He’s recently been vocal coach to Fleur East, Little Mix, Rita Ora, JP Cooper and Emmi. He talks about the importance of learning from mistakes, overcoming mental challenges, language therapy, the Ultimate Artist programme he founded, and even the power of fish! Tune in for some powerful insights. Website:joshuaalamu.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

59 MIN2019 FEB 19
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Ep. 2 Joshua Alamu, the importance of learning from your mistakes

Ep. 1 Line Hilton, why I started a magazine for singers

"Icreated something I wish I’d had when I was starting out." Line Hilton In this inaugural episode if the iSingmag podcast Matt chats to the magazine's founder, Line Hilton. They talk about how she found herself going from jazz vocalist and teacher to becoming a publisher. Line explains where and how she sources the great free content on the magazine's website, what the magazine does for it's growing tribe of singers, and why she thinks singers need to be better regarded in the music industry. Website: linehilton.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook |Twitter| Pinterest

21 MIN2019 JAN 30
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Ep. 1 Line Hilton, why I started a magazine for singers
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Latest Episodes

Ep. 10 How entering The Voice Kids helped my confidence with Wren Snaith

“Everything is a lesson in life, everything teaches you something” This episode’s guest is at the very start of her career. Wren Snaith shares her experiences and challenges as a 15 year old in the music business. She talks about her experience, lessons and achievements from entering ITV’s The Voice Kids. She explains how she had to adjust after she was knocked out of the show, how the experience helped her confidence, changed her approach to performing and led her to recording her first EP. Wren also explains how she uses her songwriting to cope with mental health, general life and it’s challenges. This mature young artist knows how important it is to take every opportunity to help her learn on her journey towards a possible career. We will be watching her progress keenly here at iSingmag. Website: wrensnaith.com|Spotify Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

50 MIN2019 DEC 1
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Ep. 10 How entering The Voice Kids helped my confidence with Wren Snaith

Ep. 9 Being employable with Ann Bailey

"The more feathers you have in your cap the better. It keeps you employable" You will enjoy listening to the vibrant and funny Annie 'Thunderlungs'Bailey. With a vast music industry CV and many stories to tell this incredibly versatile vocalist (she can sing pretty much any genre and is a great mimic) has had a varied music career, filling many roles. In this podcast Annie talks about how her complete go-getting attitude led her to working for top record labels and producers, singing on hit dance singles, TV appearances, radio ads, writing award winning and top 10 songs, sing backing vocals for major artists, vocal arranging, session work, developing, mentoring and working with artists such as Ward Thomas, Miller's Daughter, teaching in music colleges, and singing all around the world. Annie talks about her working process, how she gets work, how she developed recording and engineering skills to make herself more employable, and shares practical and wise advice for singers and developing artists. Website: thunderlungs.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

41 MIN2019 NOV 1
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Ep. 9 Being employable with Ann Bailey

Ep. 8 Why you don't need a record label with Jayson John Evans

"Because of my music there are two people still here enjoying life. That's crazy!" In this episode we look at the complex challenges new artists face as they venture out onto the vast landscape we know as the music industry. Podcaster, musician, producer and author of 'The 4D Songwriter: How to Dominate the New Music Industry' Jayson John Evans comes onto the show to talk through some of the essential things he believes music artists need to understand about succeeding in the industry today. Jayson has a varied perspective of the music industry over the past 10 years, and he's worked through the myriad of changes. His obsession with marketing led Jayson to write his book sharing a fresh take on how to market yourself to new fans in this ever evolving music world. This is podcast is not only a lot of fun it is also will give you some great ideas and insights to help you on your music journey. Website:www.listennotes.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Tw...

70 MIN2019 SEP 19
Comments
Ep. 8 Why you don't need a record label with Jayson John Evans

Ep. 7 Stone Fruit, music careers the DYI way

"It's not a bad thing to want to make some money out of your original music" Stone Fruit isa London-based soul, pop, R&B and electronic influenced music duo consisting of Valentini and Lef. Stone Fruit epitomise the modern "DIY musician", creating a music career on their own terms, without a label. Their approach is similar to any startup business.In this episode we discuss what it is to be a musician these days and how a duo can make a living from music. This is often a sensitive topic to bring up with musicians but Lef and Val are very open, talking about their personal experiences, obstacles and successes as developing artists. They talk about their portfolio careers as self employed musicians, which includes teaching, session playing and original work. Stone Fruitshare some great advice and top tips for aspiring DIY musicians from budgeting, marketing, songwriting, producing, artwork and gigging. Check out this episode if you are looking to start your own career as an artist and want to save time avoiding those common startup mistakes! Website:stonefruituk.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

40 MIN2019 AUG 18
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Ep. 7 Stone Fruit, music careers the DYI way

Ep. 6 Estée Blu, taking the leap into a full time music career

"When difficult times come, reposition the way you look at the problem. Remember you have a voice and other people want to hear it" Estée Blu is a Soul, RnB, Jazz, Gospel-inspired singer-songwriter. Her music has been featured on Beats 1, COLORS (Berlin) and BBC Introducing LIVE. Only 3 years into her career she has already had recognition from NME online as well as successful performances around London and Europe supporting artists like Ward Thomas and Orchestra Boabab. In our interview,Estée delves into her artist development journey so far. She talks about her experience and learning as a Roundhouse Resident Artist and support by the MOBO Awards. Recently she's been a recipient of the Help Musicians Do it Differently Fund. We talk about what inspired her to take career more seriously and what it took for her to take the bold leap into being a full time professional musician. We also discuss what she thinks about mentoring the next generation of artists and what she believes are...

34 MIN2019 JUL 12
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Ep. 6 Estée Blu, taking the leap into a full time music career

Ep. 5 Jono McNeil, industry insights from a vocal coach on The Voice

"The more ego is quashed the more the song can have the opportunity to really show it's authentic colours" In this episode of the podcast we interview a bit of a celeb figure in the voice community. Jono is one of the lead vocal coaches on ITV's The Voice and teaches out of a funky ex-recording studio off Portabello Road in West London. He shares with us some deep and personal details of his experience as a rising backing singer working alongside some great artists in Perth, London and Worldwide. He has developed a highly respected reputation as a vocal coach and continues to grow his teaching practice incorporating holistic techniques such as mindful singing and meditation in order to help the people better understand themselves as singers. We cover a spectrum of singing truths in this episode. Definitelynot one to miss! Website:jonomcneiled.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

51 MIN2019 MAY 23
Comments
Ep. 5 Jono McNeil, industry insights from a vocal coach on The Voice

Ep. 4 John Henny, what it takes to be a successful singer

"The singers I've seen do really well are those who know where they want to go in the business" This month we're back with a heavy hitter in the voice community. John Henny is on the air and talks to us about his profound realisations as a drummer who became fascinated with the voice. John has now written books and online courses dedicated to teaching singers and coaches on how to actually teach the art of singing. It's a big one! We go through some of his past experiences and learning developments that take us to the science and meaning of what it takes to be a successful singer in the 21st century. Don't miss this one! Lots of juice! Website: johnhenny.com Presented byMatt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

48 MIN2019 MAY 23
Comments
Ep. 4 John Henny, what it takes to be a successful singer

Ep. 3 Elena Ramona, how refusing to take no got me airplay

"If I die on stage, at least I die doing something I love" This podcast is an interview with pop singer/songwriter Elena Ramona, based in Surrey. Originally from the Greek "Mama Mia" island of Skiathos, Elena talks about her musical journey from classical vocal training, attending the Academy of ContemporaryMusic, finding her vocal and songwriting style and sound, battling with depression, finding her way through the music industry as an independent artist and how her refusal to take no has got her music played on radio and television. Connect: facebook.com/elenaramonamusic/ Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

53 MIN2019 MAR 15
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Ep. 3 Elena Ramona, how refusing to take no got me airplay

Ep. 2 Joshua Alamu, the importance of learning from your mistakes

"I realised that when I was screwing up, that was actually where my break-throughs were taking place." This podcast is an interview with top vocal coach, Joshua Alamu. Joshua shares some profound breakthroughs he's experienced over the 20 years he’s been coaching singers. He’s recently been vocal coach to Fleur East, Little Mix, Rita Ora, JP Cooper and Emmi. He talks about the importance of learning from mistakes, overcoming mental challenges, language therapy, the Ultimate Artist programme he founded, and even the power of fish! Tune in for some powerful insights. Website:joshuaalamu.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook|Twitter| Pinterest

59 MIN2019 FEB 19
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Ep. 2 Joshua Alamu, the importance of learning from your mistakes

Ep. 1 Line Hilton, why I started a magazine for singers

"Icreated something I wish I’d had when I was starting out." Line Hilton In this inaugural episode if the iSingmag podcast Matt chats to the magazine's founder, Line Hilton. They talk about how she found herself going from jazz vocalist and teacher to becoming a publisher. Line explains where and how she sources the great free content on the magazine's website, what the magazine does for it's growing tribe of singers, and why she thinks singers need to be better regarded in the music industry. Website: linehilton.com Presented by Matt B Thorns isingmag.com| Instagram | Facebook |Twitter| Pinterest

21 MIN2019 JAN 30
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Ep. 1 Line Hilton, why I started a magazine for singers
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