Kannika was born in the south of Thailand and has since relocated to Nakhon Ratchasima in the northeast.
She has been singing from a very young age and as her career began progress she undertook major residencies in Phuket, Kiri Khan, and Hua Hin.
She currently performs in clubs in and around Nakhon Ratchasima in Northeast Thailand. She cites Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Janis Joplin and Tina Turner as her favorite artists but says her biggest influence on her has always been her mother who encouraged her from a very young age.
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Based in Gloucestershire, England, Broken Jaw first came together in mid-2012 when members Nutzie Shelley (Vocals) and Lee Stockwell (Guitar) met at a friend’s house party.
They quickly decided to combine talents and wrote the band’s first four tracks in their bassist’s work warehouse.
After gigging up and down the country for the last 4 years, headlining at many a well-known venue and supporting some established acts, they gained a big reputation for being a “rowdy party band” with the tag line’s “Too Punk to be Metal and too Metal to be Punk” and “Welcome to the #BJparty”.
This has seen the band accumulate a vast and ever-growing loyal fan base; from fans of all types of genres, across the country and even overseas in Ireland, America, Germany, and Norway.
The band (now in their 5th year) is currently recording their debut album “Hope” with a plan to release it later this year.
Constant Ignorance is accompanied by a hard-hitting video to raise awareness for – and help to stop – domestic abuse.
The song is about the drastic effects of being governed by someone else’s words or actions and bending to their every will, even if you don’t want to.
No matter how much you wish, hope or pray that it will change, unfortunately, it won’t unless you do something about it. The song is comprised of three sections (lyrically) and is broken up into “you” you need to do something, “them” they need to do something and lastly “we” we need to do something. This puts across the point that “you are not alone” and that actions have consequences.
The song has received a massive following during the Broken Jaw live show, with the quiet section having people chant and sing along to the words “We’ll walk away” which causes a unity and fun bonding atmosphere. This is something that the band really thrive upon so it is understandable that people want to become part of that atmosphere and moment when they play.
The video accompanies and encompasses these ideas and morals, bringing it closer to bands hearts and experiences that some of them have had to face in their lives. They decided to enlist the help of Lion Island Media to assist them with their idea to do a video which helps raise awareness against domestic abuse and violence of all kinds. The band had the idea to use genderless animals as victims to desensitize the modern day viewer until right at the end of the video. As soon as they remove the masks, to no longer blind the viewer from the fact that these are actual humans in unnerving circumstances, it then makes the viewer think about what they had just seen and question why until the messages promoting both:
The band played an epic set at the recent Amplified Festival near Cheltenham which was one of the highlights of the weekend!
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Berries recent single sees the band further explore their unique take on riff-driven rock with even more grit and confidence. “Wild Vow” boasts big riffs and choruses and further highlights the clever musicianship, weaving guitar and bass lines and well thought out drum patterns that this exciting three-piece are becoming known for.
The band has had an infectious buzz around them ever since they dropped their first release “Lights” last year, followed by singles “Waiting” and “Siren”. Their tracks immediately caught the attention of BBC London Introducing and they were hastily invited into the studio for an interview with Gary Crowley who openly showed his support for the band urging listeners to “keep an ear and an eye out for them as they have a lot of promise!” The band’s tracks have also received regular airplay by Jim Gellatly and Shell Zenner on Amazing Radio, Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music and John Kennedy on Radio X.
Following the release of their debut EP Those Funny Things the band was approached by a member of Fender’s A&R team who expressed his interest in their unique and energetic playing style. They were endorsed with new gear and included in a playlist of Fender’s ‘Top 10 favorite new acts’ alongside Bryde and featured on Richer Unsigned. Their song “Siren” was then added to nationwide playlists in Richer Sounds stores, Samsung and Barclays. The band’s EP has been championed by Fred Perry Subculture, Gigslutz, Even the Stars and The Revue along with several other influential tastemakers and blogs. “Wild Vow” is their anticipated follow-up single.
The band has regularly featured on the Gigslutz girls show called ‘Get In Her Ears’ on Hoxton Radio and have also received great support from It’s All Indie who have mentioned them in in a recent interview giving a shout out to female musicians.Post Views: 33
Kate is joined in the studio by Grammy Award-winning producer Stewart Lerman (Boardwalk Empire, Vinyl, Patti Smith, Elvis Costello), Steve Holley (Wings, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Kiki Dee, Joe Cocker, Ian Hunter) on drums, Steuart Smith (The Eagles, Rodney Crowell, Michelle Branch, Don Henley) on piano, guitar and various instruments, David Mansfield (Bob Dylan, Bruce Hornsby and the Range) and Paul Socolow (Herbie Mann), among other musicians. “I listened to Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris on the record player while imagining how I wanted to do this song,” Kate said. “These women and their sounds and styles are timeless, and I wanted to create a classic and lasting rendition of my one of my favorite Christmas songs.”Post Views: 17