Author: Musik Magazine

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Craig Hopkinson -Over The River

This is one of the tracks from the E.P OK. which covers the subject of mental health. It is inspired by the message that everything’s making you sad so you have to leave. You reach a point in your life where you can’t take it anymore and everything grinds your gears. Over The River lists […]

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Alfa Mist @ Gorilla

Meticulously crafted emotional dramatic jazz lashed with classical soundtrack / hip-hop elements to create great urban modern yet timeless soundscapes. In many too many words a description of what you can expect from Newham’s melancholy mastermind, though language was unnecessary when Alfa plonked into his seat at the keys, all instruments concentric upon his sturdy […]

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Pitchfork – Arms Akimbo

You’re driving with the top down on the winding, cliff-ridden roads of Los Angeles. The air is thick with humidity. The wind is blowing. As you drive, the golden hour illuminates the crimson seascape with a setting burning yellow sun that hangs over the darkening waters of California. Wispy clouds of faded white are scrawled across the canvas of […]

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Real Talk – Emily Chambers

“Real Talk” features the all-too familiar narrative of staying in a bad relationship for too long and confronting the uncomfortable, staleness that the love may have become. Chambers has a versatile voice – moving from speak-singing to pure, powerful vocals, “This ain’t love, this ain’t love”. She captures the intense, tumultuous emotions involved in love […]

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Ozade – Selfish Selflessness

There’s funky guitar, husky vocals and assorted instruments and waves of sound in this “Selfish Selflessness” track. The hook will be ringing in your ear long after you have listened, I think my favourite part is a semi-breakdown after the second chorus, of ethereal, whistling instruments on top of a steady drum beat which leads […]

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BEATS

Hurley’s play by the same name, BEATS also stars Laura Fraser (BREAKING BAD), Ross Mann (REVERB), Gemma McElhinney (OUTLAW KING), Amy Mason (BORN TO RUN) and Rachel Jackson (THE PARTY’S JUST BEGINNING). BEATS is produced by Camilla Bray (Sixteen Films) and executive produced by Steven Soderbergh. The BEATS soundtrack is curated by Scottish club legend […]

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Sticky Fingers @ The O2 Ritz Manchester

Sticky Fingers brought in a crowd in Manchester, after receiving a huge following over here not just in Australia. These talented artists are performing perfectionists with topless keyboard players, to cane waving singers, they will catch your eye and they’ll do it in style. The set was extravagant but only through their personalities, a strong […]

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True Vibenation (supporting Sticky Fingers) @ The O2 Ritz Manchester

True Vibenation were exceptional openers, the Australian trio brought their amazing rhythmic jams to the north. They were not only powerful in their presence but they invented a whole new dance move whilst singing, playing multiple instruments and maintaining eye contact. It sounds mad and it was. They showcased their incredible musical ability when they […]

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Zurra – READ BETWEEN THE LINES

24-year-old electronic music producer and DJ Zurra has a new single on the way titled ‘Read Between the Lines’. It is a delightful and unexpected soundscape which proves yet again that there is no corner of the House music spectrum that Zurra will leave unturned. The vibe is infectious and energetic from the get go. […]

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Ozade

Self-taught musician Luke Puzzar decided to take music seriously as a career path in his early twenties. His upcoming solo project Ozade – The River Ouse is set to be a multi-layered delight of musicianship, featuring catchy, funky beats and bass with various tones and instruments panned to ensure no area of the context you […]

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