The past four years Rudimental has been working nonstop to make their way to the top of the charts. Piers Agget, Amir Amor, Kesi Dryden, and DJ Locksmith have such an intense energy that it’s hard not to feel it ignite you while standing in the middle of a sea of people with music all around you. The English band’s birthplace of Hackney, East London surrounded them with all different kinds of music which inspired them to create something that had never been heard before. Underground and electric dance music has been surfacing in the past few years at music festivals around the world. Business started to boom in 2013 for Rudimental with the release of their album “Home.” Just by listening, you can tell that their passionate, fun loving personalities nonchalantly shine through their music.
Rudimental has collaborated with other artists such as John Newman, Childish Gambino, Alex Clare and Ella Eyre. Ever since they were awarded the Brit Award in 2013 they have been playing at music festivals almost every weekend during the summer seasons bouncing back and forth from Europe to America. Their list keeps growing as they’ve already played at some of the biggest festivals including Coachella, Glastonbury, and Lollapalooza. They will be joining Ed Sheeran on his 2014 North American tour starting on August 22nd. Their electric vibes give them the energy to create their epic jumping photos which we just can’t get enough of! Word on the street is that they throw some awesome after parties… Seriously, can we just be friends already?!
With over 84 thousand views on Youtube, the video for “Waiting All Night” is inspiring and hopeful for anyone going through troubled times.
This live performance of “Not Giving In” from the Glastonbury music festival has a powerful, and this time personal, message that will inspire anyone in a tough situation to choose the right path.
On a slower note, “Free” is very down to earth and real. Emeli Sandé has the perfect voice to help let everything go and to just focus on what’s most important.