Month: October 2018

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A Blind Look Into ‘Odissea’ by BandAdriatica

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well in this album, a song is worth a thousand pictures. When taking on a blind review it can be difficult to connect to the music with no previous knowledge of the band, the genre, or in this case even the language. This album in particular […]

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Macka B & Jeramiah Ferrari at Band On The Wall!

We arrived in to BOTW and were immediately greeted by a sea of dreadlocks and Rastafarianism.  It was incredible to see such a passion and spirituality for the genre of reggae. We waited for Jeremiah Ferrari, who came on to the stage oozing confidence and met us with a warm sense of enthusiasm for the […]

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Amber Suns – Grasp A Part

This band tells a love story all about the ups and downs of romance. The different scenarios throughout the music video show a man who adores his girlfriend, to a man clinging on desperately to a woman he’s gradually losing. It really is a powerful piece of film and it tugs at the heartstrings. The […]

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E. Alvin- Mantra

E.Alvin, a minimalism spiked solo singer from Connecticut, is making his own way in his devotion to music. He has created a sphere of synthetic vibrance, which he expresses in his song. Drawing inspiration from filmmaker John Carpenter and POP / experimental-R&B singers such as Broods and Banks. E.Alvin although sometimes compared to these, he still […]

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The Covasettes – Wild

Musik Magazine have reviewed The Covasettes before, however we specified they needed to add a few more layers in their song, this time they have considered our feedback and seemed to put their all in to their new track Wild. “Wild” appears to be a slightly more laid back track to the previous “Top Drawer.” […]

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Sugarstone – Five Earth Like Worlds

Sugarstone are an alternative rock four piece hailing from Preston made up of Joe O’Haire (Lead Vocals, Guitar), George Miller (Vocals, Guitar), Brandon Calvert (Bass Guitar) and Ben Wilson (Drums, Percussion). They infuse an original soundscape of playful melodies and soft vocals to create sickly sweet indie anthems that make movement hard to resist. It […]

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Crimson Apple- Can’t Get Out Of Bed

The most recent single to come from the four ‘crazy cool’ Hawaiin sisters that make up the pop group Crimson Apple certainly takes a step aside from their suspected categorical bill. One would initially expect to hear reference to their island roots in the instrumentation (perhaps a wavy lap steel?) but evidently Crimson Apple are […]

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Maggie Szabo

Canadian singer-songwriter Maggie Szabo is on a musical mission to combat social injustice through her pop  anthems. Szabo has an upcoming EP entitled ‘Worthy’ and the leading single ‘Don’t give up’ has been making  waves due to its thought provoking and inspiring message to transgender youths who may be experiencing rejection or exclusion. The EP […]

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Raye Zaragoza- American Dream

Every now and then an artist comes along that has the potential to use their talents to spread a message, that will eventually change the world if enough people listen to it. This is exactly how I felt after watching the video to Raye Zaragoza’s ‘American Dream.’  When I hit play, I was greeted with […]

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Deep City- Pain Killer

This indie band bring a warm welcome to independent music consumers. The song has a lot of layers, you don’t always know where to start with all these different things going on at once. However this does help add to the interest surrounding the track. It’s an original however in my opinion they somewhat get […]

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