What exactly does that 'M' stand for anyway?November 29, 2012 - 16:02 — Jesta
It seems like a long time ago now, but did you have a good summer? You're looking pretty good from my viewpoint, sitting here on my Jesta throne with my cup of tea (can you believe alcohol has only passed my lips on 5 occasions this year? Rock n' Roll, eh?)
The iPhone app gets an update!May 16, 2012 - 10:59 — Jesta
Hot on the heels of the new android app comes an upgrade for Jesta's iPhone app - if you already have the app installed just visit the app store on your device and head to the "Update" tab. If not, download it for free here.
What's new? Lots of improvements…
Updated Jesta Android AppMay 10, 2012 - 09:30 — Jesta
Jesta has a brand new updated Android app - it now matches the design and features of the iPhone app and contains everything you'd expect, news, music, photos and more.
Smells Like a Cannonball!December 21, 2011 - 22:20 — Jesta
Do you like Winter? - Jesta Mini Vlog 26th November 2011November 26, 2011 - 00:00 — Jesta
Been a while since I made a video and the season change inspired me, so here it is.
My new favourite studio additionJune 16, 2011 - 21:29 — Jesta
I have a new favourite thing in my studio. It's not a piece of hardware. It's not an effect plug-in. It doesn't even make any sound. Heck, it's not even a lava lamp! It sits there, quietly but effectively doing its job, giving me a sense of security and peace of mind.
Ladies and gentlemen, I'd like to introduce you to [insert drum roll sampled from an old GM sound module here]...
Is This Thing On?May 10, 2011 - 20:03 — Jesta
A few weeks ago I met a guy called Nick Tann at a music event in London called MusicConnex - he was there as both a musician and a podcaster and we had a good chat about the benefits of podcasters and musicians working together. I said I'd send Nick some music and of course didn't miss the opportunity to follow it up!
As a result Jesta's "Scully Said" was played on Nick's podcast Is This Thing On?. I hadn't had a chance to listen to the show before, but it's a good listen with lots of great music. Nick & his guest Paul get into an interesting conversation about gigging and playing cover versions. Well worth a listen!
Nick's own music is really good too - check him out at http://nicktann.co.uk.