Valerie Warntz: “I Don’t Love You Anymore” – structured and inspired song-craft

Valerie Warntz is a 19-year-old singer-songwriter who has been musically inclined since childhood. She decided to be a musician at 9-years-old enrolling into The Sviridov’s School of Arts where studied guitar and piano. During her educational years, she won various awards and at the age of sixteen she wrote her first song “I Don’t Love You Anymore”, which she has now released as a single and music video. The song is also on her debut album “Revelation”. The track is intentionally as heartfelt as it is pensive. Lyrically, Valerie doesn’t leave anything hanging; the song sort of has its completion,

Michael A. Galianos: “My Heart Is Breaking” (Featuring Dan Exactly)

Michael A. Galianos has just released the single “My Heart Is Breaking” (Featuring Dan Exactly) with words and music by Michael A. Galianos and Dan Exactly. Michael A. Galianos is a singer/songwriter from Bergenfield, NJ. He has recorded one EP and two albums since 1997, beginning with the EP “Feel”, under the moniker of M.A.G. (Mad Ass Greecians). In 2006, he released his first full length, “Cerebral Snapshots”. In 2011, he released his second album, “Beautiful Discovery”. His sound is melodious pop/rock, along the vein of The Beatles, The Beach Boys and Big Star, with the occasional delve into the experimental.

Dustin Steen: “Mixed Genres” has a strong spiritual element

With an onslaught of pressure from modern record labels to produce high-selling records frequently and consistently, and the need to secure a loyal consumer base, an artist’s ability to experiment and evolve with his or her sound seems somewhat futile in the modern era. It seems that musicians throughout every genre are bound by the limitations of what sound will sell, often creating a disassociation between artistic freedom and production demands. With such high stakes, it takes immense talent and perhaps sheer disregard for self-preservation for an artist to experiment successfully with the many facets of the musical lexicon. Perhaps

Dakú Lights: “Illuminate” – a consistent palette of genre-melding pop offerings

London based alternative pop band, Dakú Lights, was formed in April 2016 by the three band members who are represented by their own distinct color to match their personality, with Bhavini being red, Haiiiro as pink-orange and Panda as purple. They have a unique blend of music which incorporates Pop, Kpop, EDM and Urban influences. Currently pursuing a record deal, the band is focused on producing high quality music and building their stage presence for international audiences. Dakú Lights recently released their 5-track EP, entitled “Illuminate”. The title takes a cue from the band’s name, as Dakú means ‘dark’ in

Henry Metal: “So It Hath Begun” will grab you by the balls with a cruel squirrel grip

Henry Metal might have a fine veil of satire embracing the project, but he makes just about the best tribute to the excess of the 80’s and 90’s hard rock and metal genres ever. He has just released his 9 track album, entitled “So It Hath Begun” which contains great songs, which are very easy to bang your head and sing along with. The tracks all have a grooving and slamming feel, plus cool shredding and solos. In fact Henry Metal sounds no different to any of those legendary rock and metal bands from the golden era. You either get

Aeronaut: “Skara” – excellent progressive buildups and rhythmic backflips

Aeronaut can be described as Progressive Rock, Post-Rock, Indie, or simply Alternative Rock, but that doesn’t really matter. All I know is that this project delivers very interesting, fresh, and well-rounded music. Aeronaut has a huge dynamic range, from extremely fast and heavy with smooth, powerful vocals to very relaxing and atmospheric. The music is very melodic, clear and well-produced, the song “Skara” flows and changes to new and exciting ideas. The guitars are very lush and full sounding, during both heavier and mellow parts, while the bass and drums thump and bang in all the right places. Aeronaut is

Eric Hausmann: “Soaked” manages to tap into a very specific emotional core

Eric Hausmann is a multi-instrumentalist and film composer. He has produced music for a number of Malaysian films, in addition to scoring for a variety of New York film productions. He performs live as a guitarist with Portland’s Tres Gone, and Malaysia’s Space Gambus Experiment. He is formerly a member of The Gone Orchestra and Brainwarmer. Hausmann recently released “Soaked” a seven track recording which is described as “A cross-section of Asian dub-fused rock n’ roll with deep India influences.” But it’s probably more than that, as I’m hearing post-rock, world fusion, and ambient rock influences injected into these tracks. Eric

MOOD: “The Wave” is in the right lane!

Hip-hop has changed – there’s no debating that – but change isn’t always indicative of something bad. That being said, it’s refreshing to hear more rapping, with the exception of one or two bridges, versus the continual rap/sing mix that’s permeated mainstream as of late. You’re allowed to appreciate more than one way of creating music and while a lot of rappers have the notion that they should be singing as well, there’s a place for it all, especially if you don’t have a decent singing voice. You obviously can’t disregard one lane of Hip-hop while claiming to be a

EsZ: “If You Didn’t Get This Message, Call Me” – an audacious creative effort

On his new album, “If You Didn’t Get This Message, Call Me”, EsZ aka Erron’s Attic comes out swinging from the first song, a great balance between classic Hip Hop and modern. As usual EsZ gets well thought out ideas through his songs in innovative ways; you definitely get the feeling he has the lyrical substance he wants to express. Although we’re in a dismal era of Rap currently, this could be one of those instant underground classics. EsZ catalog is filled with parables, fables, morals and lamentations, forms of storytelling that compress people and experiences into neat, digestible lessons.

Luna 13 – the solid foundation for gut-ripping synths

The award winning Los Angeles band Luna 13 is forging a new genre of music they call Black Metal/Bass Music. Their brutal yet groove based electro-metal incorporates elements of electronica, death metal, and industrial rock – all done with electronics, which means no string instruments. Music maker Dr. Luna, creates a metal sound with synthesizers and by wrapping heavy distortion around sub-bass. Luna 13 who has been performing live for a few years now, opening for death metal/industrial and electronica projects alike, came into its own when Lilith Bathory joined in 2015. Since, Lilith, the band’s front woman, has been booking modeling jobs

The 5 Best Music Websites as an Alternative to Tidido

Tidido is Blocked! The 5 Best Music Websites as Alternative!

Tidido was one of the most important music websites that you could use to access your favorite music. But now it just doesn’t work at all. What happened to Tidido? Unfortunately, Tidido.com is closed as its assets and services were acquired by Deezer. You won’t be able to access your playlists and favorites anymore, so this would be the perfect time to find an alternative to it. Since time is of the essence, we created a list with some of the best music websites that you can use as an alternative to Tidido. This way you don’t have to worry that Tidido is blocked!

Best Tidido Alternatives

MusicMegaBox
If you want to find the very best Tidido alternative, this is definitely what you are looking for! MusicMegaBox is the ultimate music collection that you can find online and it’s available free of charge. You don’t even have to create an account: you can listen to hundreds of thousands of different songs without registration. If you want music collections, MusicMegaBox has that for you as well. Here you can find music collections for parties, sports, relaxation, driving, learning and so on.
Plus, MusicMegaBox allows you to create your playlist and browse the music playlists created by other users. Some of the other great features offered here include a top 100 list as well as the ability to see the song lyrics. You can read more about MusicMegaBox in the press release.

Pandora
Pandora is a free internet radio that gives you access to a plethora of songs. Unfortunately, it’s restricted to the US and a few other regions, so you can’t access it worldwide. The loading times for songs can be high depending on your internet speed, but it can be a great option if you want free online radios.

Spotify
Just like Pandora, Spotify is not available in all regions. This is rather unfortunate, but on the other hand, you can listen to lots of music for free. You can create your playlists too, although you may have to deal with ads most of the time as you listen to your music.

Deezer
Deezer acquired Tidido, but there’s no news what it plans to do with it. Since your former playlists won’t be found on Deezer, you can easily use another service. Deezer offers access to millions of songs, and you can easily create playlists, however browsing is rather restricted and the fact that it’s automatically detecting your local language can be good or bad for some users. It’s a worthwhile option, but the user interface and a lack of music collections do show that there are better options out there.

Jango
Jango gives you access to tens of thousands of songs. Some of them are popular, others are indie, and even newcomers can share their music here. You can also find music collections. The downside is that you can’t browse the song, you just listen to it, and that can be troublesome for some users. Still, it does provide plenty of value for your time even if it includes ads sometimes.
Even if Tidido is no more, you can still find some amazing music websites that you can use as an alternative. As you can see from the options presented above, there is a lot of value to be had here. Don’t hesitate and use a website like MusicMegaBox to listen to your favorite music, as it can easily deliver the features of Tidido and so much more!

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