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Daveit Ferris

My name is Daveit. Hello. I founded the site you're staring at right now. I adore music, dogs, life, lights, optimists, creativity, movies, chords, butterflies, coding, ups, harmonizing, apple, waves, aplusk, summer, piano, poetry, blue skies, books, green tea, coffee, verbs & technology // http://www.daveitferris.com

Thanks for the Memories – Daveit Ferris to step down from Chordblossom

Hey Hello. I’ll cut straight to the chase: It’s bittersweet to announce that I’ll be stepping down from my Chordblossom duties at the end of this week. Cue the violins! (If you get that, you’re ace). Fear not though; Robert…

December 1, 2013

The evolution of students and music

  Students have always been at the forefront of musical and cultural evolution, with the changes in their lifestyle mirrored in most aspects of mainstream culture such as music, fashion and technology. Student insurance specialists Endsleigh have taken it upon…

November 1, 2013

ChordblossomTV – #002 – August

  Jonny Everett from August popped into the Heartfuse studio to play nee songs ‘Foreign Disco’ and ‘In the Distance‘  as well as taking part in an interview for the second installment of ChordblossomTV. Video/Edit by Heartfuse.

October 26, 2013

AUGUST – ChordblossomTV – 25/10/13

  Photographs by Daveit Ferris Jonny Everett of August (Band) Photographs by Daveit Ferris. Jonny Everett of August (Band) Photographs by Daveit Ferris. Jonny Everett of August (Band) Photographs by Daveit Ferris. Jonny Everett of August (Band) Photographs by Daveit…

October 25, 2013

Cut the Transmission Festival (Part Two)

  Photographs by Madlen Tittmann MakingMonsters getting ready to rock. Generated by Facebook Photo Fetcher 2

October 22, 2013

School of Night – Fire Escape

  The Antlers‘ Darby Cicci, the multi-instrumentalist who produced the band’s last two albums, is sharing music from his new solo project, School of Night. He’s releasing a self-titled EP on October 15 via Minus Green in the U.S. and…

October 20, 2013

Oliver Tank – Different Speed

  Oliver Tank is a young Sydney-based producer and musician who is turning heads and melting hearts with his enchanting down-tempo electronica. Tank’s music has been compared to Bon Iver and James Blake and he lists Nosaj Thing, Boards of…

October 19, 2013

TRAAMS – Flowers

TRAAMS formed in summer 2011 in Chichester, West Sussex, meeting at a club night that vocalist and guitarist Stu Hopkins started as a reaction to the city’s limited nightlife. The only options previously available to him and his friends were…

October 18, 2013

Give us Feedback

We’re always trying to improve areas of Chordblossom from the site design, to content ideas, to staff… etc. We think we’re doing a pretty good job especially as our budget is £0.00 – but we want to be better and…

October 18, 2013

Haim – Honey and I

  Hailing from the San Fernando Valley, HAIM consists of, “Three sisters, and a mister” that has been shaking things up in the city of Los Angeles for the past four years. It is truly a family affair for the…

October 17, 2013

Ruairí and The Owls – BadSleeperDayDreamer

  Ruairi and the Owls are back with another fantastic EP – BadSleeperDayDreamer. The brand new EP features four brand-new tracks and having gotten a preview earlier in the week, we can definitely endorse this brand new batch of songs….

October 16, 2013

LYON – Indian Summer

  The beauty of Lyon’s infectious brand of synth-pop is rooted in contradiction. Not in the deliberate sense, but in the serendipitous one. Her debut EP, Indian Summer feels like innocence meets disillusionment and disillusionment meets hope. It’s electronic music…

October 16, 2013

ReChordblossom ⁞ #001 – Audiobooth

  At Chordblossom, we often get music submissions that have been recorded on phones and other devices, badly. We have to tell most of these people that it would only hurt their name if we published these kinds of distorted/clipping/hissy…

October 16, 2013

Gambles – Animal

  Matthew Daniel Siskin began writing songs as Gambles in August 2012 with no goal or motive other than the past few years needed addressing; things that had gone unsaid for too long needed saying. Gambles is people & music;…

October 15, 2013

‘In Utero’ turns 20

  Released in September 1993, In Utero is widely regarded by Nirvana fans as the band’s career high point. Yet, despite its stature, the fact that it was followed little more than six months later by Kurt Cobain’s untimely and…

September 24, 2013