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Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for South England Music Contest at The Engine Rooms

     

South England Music Contest: Open Mic UK gave budding singers South England Music Contest at the weekend. The singers and songwriters came to perform in front of industry judges in the hopes of getting through the South England Music Contest and onto the next round of the competition. 

The judging panel at the South England Music Contest were;

  • Chris Grayston - Head Judge; Music Consultant who works for Sony, Thames TV, The Voice to name a few
  • Rosalind Fountain - International singer
  • Gloria Miller Ents - Gloria Miller Ents
  • Rebecca Moore - Vocal Coach and Singer/Songwriter
  • James Ellet (Show 2) - Modest Management
  • Geoff Dorsett (Show 1) - Express FM Presenter

South England Music Contest: See industry feedback below. Please be aware views expressed by judges are opinions and subjective to that particular judging panel. These views in no way reflect the views of the Open Mic UK competition, and are published with a view to being beneficial to the performing acts.

Under 16's Feedback – South England Music Contest

Haydn Bardoe – You have a nice comfortable presence on stage, click here for stage performance tips for singers. Good song choice, you connected to it well. Going forward look to be even more creative with performing a cover, click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Also look to be less static with your body, give us more movement. You have a beautiful head voice and lovely tone. You’re very unique, you have a good vocal control.

Norika – You have a lot of character in your vocal and a lovely rasp to your tone. Look to take the microphone off the stand and work the stage, click here for stage performance tips for singers. Also consider working the dynamics slightly differently so you build to a climatic vocal finish. Really important you perform to the audience, particularly in the instrumental sections of the song when the focus is on you even more. Loved the postmodern vibe, you really feel the music.

Louie and Billy Hughes – Good connection between each another and some well worked harmonies, click here for tips for music duos and groups. Whilst you have a great image, you need to work on your stage presence. Look to add a bit more movement on stage, you were both rooted to the same spots on stage, click here for stage performance tips for singers

Victoria – You have lots of potential, with a sweet sounding tone, make sure you maintain your focus and breathing throughout. Even if you loose your way, make sure you keep going otherwise stopping just highlights where you went wrong. Performance was quite static so take the mic off the stand and look to work the stage, click here for stage performance tips for singers. You could also think about finding a unique image to identify you as an artist; you can find further information on this here: finding an image as a musician

Abi Clements – A lovely rich and full vocal, look to be even more creative with a cover song if that is what you are going to sing, click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Better still consider starting writing your own songs even if it’s just the lyrical content to start with. Click here for tips on how to write songs

Megan and Carla – Lots of power in your vocal and you have a distinct rasp. Look to work the dynamics more to bring us a climatic vocal finish. Click here for tips for music duos and groups as you would have benefitted from a little more connection with each other. Lots of potential here! 

Daisy Brunskill – Loved your original song, it had a good structure and dynamic. Take care not to force it and over cook (perform) it. Look to work the stage a little more, click here for stage performance tips for singers. Don’t forget more use of your hands and body with some distinct moves would really help to deliver the emotional message of the song. Overall enjoyed your performance, you definitely have the “It” factor! 

Rachel Howarth – You committed well to the song, look to identify when you need to really go for it and when to hold back a little to allow for more impact for when you do, click here for more tips on vocal dynamics and microphone technique. You changed the cover version to make it your own but look to change it round even more to really make the song your own. Better still consider starting to write your own songs even if just the lyrical content to start with. Amazing vocal power for your age!

Ama – Liked you took the microphone off the stand and worked the stage. Vocally, look to really commit to the hook of the song. To give more impact - click here for more tips on vocal dynamics to help improve your performance to be even better. Also consider changing the delivery and attack to keep the interest going throughout. Loved your look but felt it didn’t quite fit the song choice click here for more on act image and synchronisation.

Maya Shankar – Make sure you get as close to that microphone as possible as you were losing a lot of clarity and projection with your vocal, click here for more on the importance of microphone technique. Glad you stood when performing as that always gives you more potential for movement when performing. You need to work on your confidence, just get out there and perform more until you are comfortable on the stage. Click here for the importance of Open Mic nights for singers.

Tasha – You committed well to the song, look to develop when you need to really go for it and when to hold back a little to allow for more impact for when you do, click here for more tips on vocal dynamics. Try and pick songs that give you the ability to make your own. Better still consider starting writing your own songs even if just the lyrical content to start with, click here for further tips on how to write songs

Laura Kate – Liked your expression and that you worked the stage, look to come closer to the front of the stage to connect even more to your audience. Your on the right lines with the expression but perhaps tone down just a little so a bit more subtle. Make sure you get as close to that microphone as possible as you were losing a lot of clarity and projection with your vocal, click here for more on the importance of microphone technique. Take care not to force the vocal just for a little more volume and risk losing your losing your control. Good choice of song.

Olivia and Freya – Some super harmonies and tone, look to develop the connection to the emotion in the song and connection to each other. Click here for more on tips for music duos and groups. Further focus on stage performance and image would also be beneficial, click here for tips on finding an image as a musician and stage performance tips for singers.

Eleanor Stonehouse – So much potential and you are doing so well as one of the youngest competitors in the competition. Take care not to perform with an American twang and click here for more on tips for on how to calm nerves which at times, over took the performance. With more performance experience you can realise your potential, click here for further tips on building stage confidence for singers.

Theresa Delaney – It was great to see you perform something different from the usual booming ballads. Liked you worked the stage but still some work to do on the expression and conveying the emotional message of the song. Look to work on conveying the emotion in the eyes and reach out with that message to connect us to the narrative of the song. Click here for tips on audience engagement. You’ve had a great year and with more hard work you will become more consistent.

Jodi – Good to see you stand to perform as you have more potential for more movement, just now need to add more movement to the performance. Liked your own song it has potential, click here for tips on writing that important song chorus. You need to perform more to develop your stage presence, click here for more on singing with facial expressions and click here for the importance of Open Mic nights for singers for developing your performance.

Joelle – You seemed to connect well to the song and a lovely smile always puts the audience at ease. You committed well to the song, look to develop when you need to really go for it and when to hold back a little to allow for more impact for when you do, click here for more tips on vocal dynamics. Going forward look to be even more creative with performing a cover, click here for more tips on performing a creative cover as a singer.

Isobel Wannell – The original song had a nice message and you conveyed it well. The hook had enough lyrics to keep the interest going and not be too repetitive and the breakdown gave it nice structure. Vocally you added some nice dynamics to give a climatic finish. Look to commit even more to the performance, expression and conveying that emotional message, click here for further information on how to sing with emotion.

Angelica Rose – You have lots of ability, just need to work on your stage presence, click here for stage performance tips for singers. Song wise it was right to do an original but the song, however the lyrics could do with little more development - click here for more tips on how to write songs. Look to make your performance more natural, which with more performance experience, will help you develop to achieve that. 

Skye Couderc – It was a nervy performance, which is what you conveyed through your eyes, click here for tips on how to calm nerves. Liked that you stood to perform as this gives you the opportunity for more movement. Now look to bring the message in the song alive with more expression and performance, click here for more tips on singing with facial expressions.

Danniella Green – You have the potential, but it was a nervy performance, which is what you conveyed through your eyes, click here for tips on how to calm nerves. Song choice is so important and this classic karaoke territory rather than showing us what direction you are heading as an act, click her for the importance of song choices.

Hollie Hunt – You have a strong vocal and a clever song. Watch your breathing which when the lyrical content was heavy, it didn’t flow quite as it should. Click here for tips on breath control exercises. Perhaps the rap breakdown needed a male to come in to give it more authenticity, perhaps that’s something you can consider working on in the recording studio. 

Ryan Granger – Song has potential, however there were some throw away lyrics that don’t quite fit with the other funny engaging lyrics. Look to develop the hook to be as catchy as it can be, click here for more on writing the song chorus. Make sure you try to stay calm and get as close to the microphone as possible, as you were losing a lot of clarity and projection with your vocal. Click here for more on the importance of microphone technique. Glad you stood when performing as that always gives you more potential for movement when performing.

Sofie Elyse – A terrific vocal, you have a booming vocal and you connected well to the song even though we’d like to hear you make the cover even more your own, click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Good eye contact to really connect with your audience. At points your microphone technique affected dynamics of your vocals. Click here for tips on microphone technique.

Milo George – Your presence and confidence on stage really shined tonight. Just keep focused throughout with your breathing, click here for tips on breath control exercises. The song was a good choice and suited your tone well; we need to start producing and singing songs that bring this out in you just as well! 

Katie Whiting – Good to see you stand to perform as you have more potential for more movement, now you need to add this movement in. Liked your own song it has potential! Click here for more tips on writing that important song chorus. Better dynamics will help to drive through the chorus, click here for tips on vocal dynamics. More performances will help you develop your stage presence, click here for the importance of Open Mic nights for singers for developing your performance. Make sure you get as close to that microphone as possible at all times, as you were losing a lot of clarity and projection with your vocal, click here for more on the importance of microphone technique

Evie Halpin – You have lots of potential with a booming vocal but it was a nervy performance, we needed more eye contact to connect us to your performance and why without this we could feel your nerves. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves. Song choice is so important and this classic karaoke territory rather than showing us what direction you are heading as an artist - click her for the importance of song choices. Liked you had accessorised with your image.

Sophie Green – Nice vocal control and it’s great to see you have more presence on stage. Definitely the right decision to do your own song, the song has nice sentiment, strong lyrics and message. Focus on breath control and tone, click here for tips on breath control exercises.

16-20s Feedback – South England Music Contest

Bethia – You had a pure vocal, lovely sustaining the notes. Performance wise look to use that stage more, you were very static centre stage. Also start to think image and what could make you stand out as an artist on stage, click here tips on finding an image as a musician. Good mash up, click here for more on performing song mashups and what makes them work well.

Steph Ritz – You seemed to connect and commit well to the song, look to develop when you need to really go for it, and when to hold back a little to allow for more impact, click here for more tips on vocal dynamics. Going forward look to be even more creative with performing a cover, click here for more tips on performing a creative cover as a singer. Make sure you get as close to that microphone as possible at all times, click here for more on the importance of microphone technique.

Natalie C – Good mash up, click here for more on performing song mashups and what makes them work well. Make sure you get as close to that microphone as possible at all times, click here for more on the importance of microphone technique. Good eye contact to connect us the audience to your performance!

James Tiernan – You have nice power to your vocal but you must learn to balance the dynamics and when to let loose. Commit more to the audience participation if you are going to ask for it; click here for tips on audience participation. Going forward look to be even more creative with performing a cover to show us your originality. Click here for more tips performing a creative cover as a singer

Taylor Benfield – You really committed to delivering the narrative of the song and it’s emotion. Liked your own song it has potential, click here for more tips on writing that important song chorus. Better dynamics will help to drive through the chorus. Ensure you don’t force the vocal for a projection gain and loose your control and your tuning. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics.

Amy Jade – Great song choice, liked you made it your own - click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer; loved the idea! Look to make the performance moves more natural, it was a little over rehearsed and cheesy. Make sure you get as close to that microphone as possible at all times, click here for more on the importance of microphone technique

Mya Boyd – Loved the way you sustained the notes and you have lots of vocal power. Great your expressing the emotion in the song but remember to embrace the positivity and optimism not just the pain, click here fore more on tips on singing with facial expressions. Great song choice and nice low tones!

Amy Walklett – You have lots of potential with a booming vocal. Song choice is so important and this classic karaoke territory rather than showing us what direction you are heading as an act, click her for the importance of song choices. Going forward look to be even more creative with performing a cover, click here for more tips on performing a creative cover as a singer.

Amber J – Song choice is so important and this classic karaoke territory rather than showing us what direction you are heading as an act, click her for the importance of song choices. Going forward look to be even more creative with performing a cover, click here for more tips performing a creative cover as a singer. Look to make the performance moves more natural, it was a little over rehearsed and cheesy. When performing look to vary the dynamics so the delivery, tempo, attack is different each time the song loops. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics.

Aiyana – Albeit a little repetitive the song had some nice ideas and lots of potential, but look to work on your stage presence. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Also start to think about your image and what could make you stand out as an artist on stage, click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician.

Jake Mulcahy – Your vocal has nice tone however try to remained focused throughout. Performing creative covers and making them your own will tell us much more about you as an artist, click here for more tips on performing a creative cover as a singer. Song choice was a very common song, which we’ve heard a lot of, which makes it hard to impress if so similar to the original.

Chandler – You have a super vocal with a great dynamic to the song to end on a climatic finish but perhaps a wasted opportunity by doing a copy on version of the original. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Song choice and style felt dated, click here for more on the importance of selecting the right song choices. Great confidence and a strong performance!

Shivani – You gave a very believable performance, it felt you were singing it to each individual member of the audience with some good eye contact. Great your expressing the emotion in the song but remember to embrace the positivity and optimism not just the pain. Good song choice for your tone but moving forward need to start to look to write and perform your own songs, click here for some useful tips on how to write songs.

21 and Over’s Feedback – South England Music Contest

R-Techz – Some nice ideas and lyrics but did border on being a ramble at times and perhaps needed more structure. Liked you made the lyrics relatable but the song wasn’t so catchy, click here for more tips on writing that important song chorus.

Copper Viper – Liked your synchronised playing and your own quirky microphones. Couldn’t fault the musicianship but the song wasn’t so instant. You are one of the most able acts in the competition but perhaps should have picked a song that would give more instant appeal. click here for some useful tips on how to write songs. Excellent performance!

Nusense – Nice introduction and like the fact you are just yourself. Liked the introduction of the female vocalist to give a range in the vocals, defiantly on the right lines. Just need her to lead the chorus and you back it. Click here for tips for music duos and groups.

Harry Lehane – You have so much potential but you need to get out and perform as much as you can, click here for the benefits of performing at Open Mic nights for singers. Sections of the song sounded awesome and in others you lost your tuning so just need to iron out the inconsistencies. Performance wise look to give more eye contact, click here for more on the importance of eye contact.

Marie and Robbie – Marie has a lovely haunting vocal, it would be worth considering Rob to give some backing vocals for support. As a duo you could look at synchronising what you are wearing a little more as you looked a little too different. Click here for more on act image and synchronisation

Adale Jones – You have a super vocal but perhaps a wasted opportunity by not making it more individual to you, click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Performance wise we need more eye contact, to help connect with the audience more, click here for more on the importance of eye contact.

Jay Burleigh – So much ability and you come across a lovely guy both on and off stage. Musically needs space to breathe feels like a lot is going on and it feels like it’s fighting for space at times. Click here for more tips on guitar loop pedal performance as a musician. Change the dynamics and delivery and your songs will stand out more!

One way – Frantic start, not sure faster is better, clever lyrics are what draw us in to the performance. Female artist defiantly adds a lovely vocal contrast. As a performance could have benefitted from more interaction, a few more glances, smiles and looking across, click here for more on tips for music duos and groups.

Stephen Beard – Performance felt a bit flat and you needed to commit to give it more personality. The song itself has a lot of emotion and natural dynamic and you need to convey that raw emotion as a minimum. The more you perform the more your stage presence will grow. Click here for more on stage performance tips for singers.

Patrick Severyn – You have a nice tone and the song choice suited your tone however it shows us nothing of you as an act. Consider writing and performing your own songs going forward or at least performing a creative cover, to convey more personality in your performance. Click here for more tips on performing a creative cover as a singer.

Stella Thomson – Song is a good one but in a crowded market, it needs more of a hook to stand out. Click here for tips how to write songs and writing a catchy song chorus. Keep working on this and you'll have lots of potential. 

Laura Hicks – So good to seeing you confidently performing your own songs! Song sounds familiar which shows you are on the right lines with the song writing. Click here for tips how to write songs and writing a catchy song chorus. A comfortable watch that was good on the ear! 

Kedar Sharma – Not sure what you are singing about but it’s a lovely drifty melody with a great coherent performance between you all. I wouldn’t say we are hearing a hit there but it’s wonderful musicianship you have. Click here for more on tips for music duos and groups.

Tanya Miller – Super committed performance and you have lots of potential with a booming vocal. Song choice is so important and this classic karaoke territory rather than showing us what direction you are heading as an artist, click her for the importance of song choices. Going forward look to be even more creative with performing a cover, click here for more tips on performing a creative cover as a singer. Look to open your eyes and reach out to the audience to connect them to you. Click here for more on the importance of eye contact.

James Neilson – Love your sound, distinct vocal to punch over the distorted guitar and bass. You need to show the connection between you as performers, a glance or look at eachother now and again would show that. lick here for more on tips for music duos and groups.

Jemma Adey – Always such a committed performance, you didn’t leave anything in the locker and you are always driving the dynamics to keep the interest going throughout. Just remember expression isn’t always about pain and anguish! Click here for more tips on singing with facial expressions.

Anon – Your guitar playing really drives the songs groove and energy. Vocally you could look to strengthen, as your voice is lacking in places. Have a think about working with a vocal coach to help do this. Performance wise you need to give more eye contact to engage with your audience - click here for more on the importance of eye contact.

Byron UK – As a performance together on the whole it was better but the female vocalist suffered with tuning issues and looked awkward on stage. click here for further tips on building stage confidence for singers. You guys have lots of potential but need more stage miles get out there and perform as much as you can! Further information that will help with this can be found here: Open Mic nights for singers.

Hannah Harris – Song choice is so important and this classic karaoke territory rather than showing us what direction you are heading as an artist, click her for the importance of song choices. Going forward look to be even more creative with performing a cover, click here for more tips on performing a creative cover as a singer.

Alba & Leo – Lovely sound and a committed crazy performance. Engaging and different song that will have broad appeal. Enjoyed the performance throughout and you clearly have strong song writing ability, click here for more tips on how to write songs.

SOUTH ENGLAND MUSIC CONTEST

All singers and songwriters successful through the South England Music Contest progressed onto the next stage of the competition at the Grand Final which will be held at The NEC on the 20th January 2018.

If you’re a singer or songwriter looking to gain more performance experience and win industry prizes then why not enter singing contest Open Mic UK.

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