Kitmonsters is a thought-provoking music and tech blog that features brilliant musicians, instruments and innovation, from new DIY bands and gear-makers to rising stars, expert experimentalists, and legendary producers. It’s independent, accessible, and inclusive.
Here is the key team - there’s more info on contributors here.
For queries about video commissions and advertising contact us: [email protected]
Terry is passionate about music and kit, and is a songwriter, performer, producer, and award-winning film-maker. Her songs have featured in film, and on stations such as BBC 6 Music and Radio 4. She’s currently fronting electro-punk band Feral Five, and has recently played at the National Portrait Gallery, Music Tech Fest, Clit Rock and various festivals.
Garry built the amazing CMS engine Spontaneous, that powers Kitmonsters, and designed the website. He is an award-winning web developer who won a BAFTA for the interactive music AudioROM ShiftControl. Garry’s also a musician and has spent time in Argentina.
Our monster logo and artwork were created by artist, designer and sometime musician Dan Holliday, who has a client list to die for in music and fashion. He has years of graphics and performing under his belt, and is also an author and lecturer.
What people are saying
“The ever brilliant Kitmonsters.com - one of the most impressive, comprehensive and interesting music sites in existence. It’s what is lacking in online music journalism today.” - Merrington Music Management
“The website is completely dope, from the layout, to the content, to the logo” -
“Cool as f••• interview with Kitmonsters.com…. nice new website, visually wicked and very interactive….” - Sulpher band
“The site and online social media presence is BRILLIANT!” - A&R for leading international brand
“The site looks great, nice to see some relevant artist features!” - Top music equipment distributor
If you want to say hello, advertise, write for us, or tell us what you think about the site: email@example.com
If you’re a musician and want to be featured: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re a kit maker and want to tell us more about your gear: email@example.com