Don’t Watch Me Dancing is a music blog written by Tara Joshi, a twenty-something student of useless (but interesting) artsy subjects. It essentially consists of me enthusing about the music I like, which tends to draw from a variety of genres. The blog was born out of the ashes of The Music Journal, which I was writing from the tender age of fifteen, and through which I interviewed bands such as Bombay Bicycle Club and Fixers; wrote cringey, gushing reviews of countless acts; and helped judge the 2011 Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition. More of the same should be expected here.
(N.B. If you’re sending information about upcoming shows, please bear in mind that while I am often in London, for the majority of the year I am pretty much based between Dublin and the Isle of Wight – yes, really).
Oh, and it’s called, ‘Don’t Watch Me Dancing’, after the Little Joy song (below), but also because the sentiment is very… “me”.