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Aradia’s Esoteric Pop World on ‘Citizen of Earth’ [Review]

Aradia’s Esoteric Pop World on ‘Citizen of Earth’ [Review]

Seattle-based electro-indie pop artist Aradia is looking to join a very small group of rogue electronic music producers who, for lack of a better term, are a little strange. Artists like Bjork, Grimes and the lesser-known Otto Von Schirach march to the beat of their own drum machine. Creating electronic-based concept albums which show incredible […]

The Great Game’s Unconventional Process in Creating Debut Album [Review]

The Great Game’s Unconventional Process in Creating Debut Album [Review]

The idea of the “music collective” has been on the rise in recent years. Although it is seen as an unconventional process in modern music, prior to the 1900s almost all music centered around one composer who brought in specialized musicians to contribute to and play his or her pieces. In classical music traditions, this […]

‘AG Drive’ Soundtrack the First Release of Its Kind [Review]

‘AG Drive’ Soundtrack the First Release of Its Kind [Review]

AG Drive is a racing game by Zorg Entertainment which was recently made available for iPad and other iOS products. The game is fast, futuristic and fun, but fans are not only loving the graphics and speed. The EDM and techno-based soundtrack is also getting a lot of attention from gamers. AG Drive Soundtrack has thus been […]

Eurovision 2015: Semi-Final #1 – Participants & Song Choices (Part 1)

Eurovision 2015: Semi-Final #1 – Participants & Song Choices (Part 1)

The first semi-final for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest will be held on May 19 in Vienna, Austria. The list of countries that can vote in this SF are Australia, Austria, France and Spain (the guest country, the host country, and two out of the five countries with straight-to-final-status.) The list of participants that will […]

Nick De La Hoyde Goes From Soccer to Song With New Single [Review]

Nick De La Hoyde Goes From Soccer to Song With New Single [Review]

At only 21, Nick de la Hoyde has already been around the world and back. From his homeland in Australia to Spain to become a pro soccer player to London and the U.S. as an unconventional rapper, this sportsman-cum-pop singer found his true path in the studio via the pitch. His first single, The Longest […]

Rock Masters Band Brings Back Big Rock With New Single [Review]

Rock Masters Band Brings Back Big Rock With New Single [Review]

Rock Masters Band are a new supergroup from Finland dedicated to all things rock. Looking back to the heyday of rock and the mega-groups of the 80s and early 90s for inspiration, Sami “Haxu” Hakala is looking to re-create all the glitz, glamour and hard rock attitude of this era with the group’s newest double […]

Vince Grant Wears His Heart on His Sleeve With New EP [Review]

Vince Grant Wears His Heart on His Sleeve With New EP [Review]

The title of Vince Grant’s new EP could not be more up-front. My Depression is Always Trying to Kill Me, Grant’s debut EP which released in February, is deliberately meant to address the mental illness that is its namesake. This five-song EP is apparently only the tip of the iceberg, however, as the singer/songwriter has […]

‘Postcards From Berlin’ by [debut] Falls Flat With Vocals [Review]

‘Postcards From Berlin’ by [debut] Falls Flat With Vocals [Review]

[debut] is the name of a band, not the thing bands do when they have their first album. This is, however, also [debut]’s debut full-length album. Postcards from Berlin is the first work Gareth Thompson has produced since 2013, and it was all funded by a Kickstarter campaign. Thompson raised $10,000 through this campaign which […]

Sacha Baron Cohen to Play Freddie Mercury

Sacha Baron Cohen to Play Freddie Mercury

After several years of rumors, it has been confirmed that Sacha Baron Cohen, of Ali G InDaHouse and Borat fame, is working on a biopic of a real life figure. Not only will he write, produce and direct the film, but Cohen himself is slated to play Freddie Mercury, the larger-than-life front man of famous Arena and Glam rock […]

Ed Sheeran Wedding Crash Brings Warm Cheer

Ed Sheeran Wedding Crash Brings Warm Cheer

Ed Sheeran crashed the wedding of Matt and Kya Debono, bringing them a warm cheer in the aftermath of their tragedy. The young couple, parents to two, were struggling to make ends meet with Matt, unemployed and Kya, working to support the family. They had been planning their wedding, along with a small reception, when their life […]

Eurovision 2015: Montenegro Representative’s Song Choice [Video]

Eurovision 2015: Montenegro Representative’s Song Choice [Video]

On March 21, the song choice for Eurovision 2015’s Montenegrin participant was revealed. The individual himself had been chosen back in October, on Halloween to be exact, via an internal selection. Nenad Knežević, or Knez, as he is known in the limelight, will be singing the song Adio (composed by Željko Joksimović, a former Eurovision representative for Serbia, who […]

Eurovision 2015: San Marino Representative and Song Choice [Video]

Eurovision 2015: San Marino Representative and Song Choice [Video]

On March 16, 2015, the San Marino representative for Eurovision 2015 was revealed. The decision was made via an internal selection organized by Smtv San Marino (SMRTV), the Sammarinese broadcaster. Singers Michele Perniola and Anita Simoncini were chosen to represent their country this year, with the song Chain of Light. Perniola is 16, and Simoncini […]

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