We’ve covered a lot about Eris AKA DJ Pedz recently, after a short break away we can’t get enough of her and we’ll keep posting regular updates as we take you on the journey for the dj as she embarks on a djing career.
There’s never a dull moment when it comes to meeting with Eris. In the most recent interview she shared that she’s working on a new mixtape to be released hopefully in the new year, as well as that she has been practicing rapping and mcing, something that has been a long ambition and passion for the artist. Growing up, she was inspired by the lights of artists such as Wiley, DJ EZ and most recently Flava D. You can see this translates into the sounds that Eris plays when mixing and we can’t wait to hear the net set, mix or rap that comes out.
Up and coming Artist Jak Lewis, has been creating a stir online with his new release Never Stops.
His online support has grown massively in America and within the UK, and has shown that there is increasing support around the globe.
His style has always been a topic of conversation, however with this recent year, it has given Lewis the time to understand his music better and find inspiration and creative flow in the Indie-Pop genre. Which his recent song Never Stops, direction was taken in.
In this interview he opened up about his background, influences and what inspires him to create the music he does.
Eris Herbert is a DJ, music producer, events organiser and entrepreneur all in one. It’s hard to not see something that this guy has not done; a frequent traveller and all round sociable person, it is an honour to be announcing Eris as one of the hosts for the new series and episodes of TuneSick Select, starting from end of next month.
The series, still in its infancy, welcomed a whole array of artists in 2020, pre lockdown. When the first episode aired on YouTube back in Jan 2020, we had no idea that an impending pandemic on such a scale as this was looming. There were talks amongst some people, but I don’t think anyone really appreciated the sheer severity of what was going to occur over the next year and how severely impacted our lives would be.
Nevertheless, we still ploughed on, determined to continue filming regardless of what was going to happen, and it’s great to say that we have not let it effect us really in any way, the office doors are still open to grace the finest artists from all over the world.
Moreover, one thing that certainly did arise more out of the whole Covid 19 situation was the use of more remote interviews, whereby more and more episodes take place virtually, over video. This has enabled us to reach an even wider audience; however, nothing beats face to face meetings and we still always try to do them in person wherever we can.