The BoyEatsGirl “Zugzwang” Interview

Australian extreme metal project BoyEatsGirl is driven by one man – Rick ‘Cleveland’ Pinto who launched the project in late 2015. BoyEatsGirl has since been establishing itself as a favorite extreme metal project: Pinto is one of the few underground artists to offer a complete conceptual and experiential package in the genre – food for the heart, mind and senses, as intellectually stimulating as it is emotionally intense. BoyEatsGirl creates a nice balance of standard, aggressive metal riffs, intermingled with fast, monstrous, ultra-heavy, ultra-complex mechanical cyber-grinding percussion, and a crazed use of sonic extremities. Also, there is use of growling vocals, which produces a thick, beastly, darkly regal, searingly

ZALI: “Girls Like Us” – an ambitious blend of bravado and sultry charm

ZALI is an emerging Irish Singer-songwriter creating a buzz in Ireland and the UK with her powerful vocals and the distinct cross-genre sound of Soul-Pop. Passionate about music since her childhood ZALI began performing to crowds of all sizes via her church choir which confirmed her artistic calling. Years of vocal training and a signature sound blended from old-school R&B, mixed with Soul-Pop brings ZALI to her latest single “Girls Like Us”. An anthem for woman around the world, the track was written after the singer had been suffering from heartbreak. ZALI is a powerhouse vocalist, stylistically contemporary but one

PnB ROCK Performing at the Gas Monkey Live November 24, 2017!

PnB ROCK the American artist, singer, songwriter, record producer, and actor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is getting ready to set the Gas Monkey Live!, in Dallas Texas alight with his live performance programmed for 7 p.m. November 24, 2017. The Billboard Hot 100 artist, whose album “Catch These Vibes”, features Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Roy Woods, Smokepurpp and more, will also be performing his smash hit single “Selfish”, among others. Below are all the details relating to the artist and live concert. Music Group Name: PnB Rock Date: November 24, 2017 Venue: Gas Monkey 10110 Technology Blvd E, Dallas, TX 75220 Time:

Prilho: “Stay” is set to become a favorite of modern club culture

Although only a couple of years into a career as a DJ and producer, Prilho has quickly become one to watch on the EDM scene, not only in his native Portugal but across the European dance scene as a whole. “Stay” is a song which pulses with the positivity and euphoria of the contemporary dance sound, it glows with great vibes and even though it is built on a fairly mid-paced tempo, its clever use of dynamics, its ability to build musical peaks and sonic troughs means that it is packed with punch, but it is punch which comes from

Grey Smith’s music can easily serve as therapy for music fans

Grey Smith solidified his sound and his soul, engraving it in stone with the first track, “Fear”, taken off his upcoming project, the “Ghost Notes” album. Grey, who wrote, played, sang and engineered every piece of the record is fundraising the entire project via to finance the mixing and mastering of the album, the back-end administrative items like trademarking, publishing, copy-writing, marketing, publishing to  iTunes, Spotify etc., as well as shooting a video for the first song. You can be an important part of this process by logging on to his fundraising page HERE. On “Fear” Grey Smith sounds so

Singer-Songwriter Wants to Flood the Earth with a Love and Peace Revolution

Singer-Songwriter, Sankarshan Das, who began his songwriting career in the late 60’s during the legendary love and peace revolution era days in San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury district, has a written a song called “The Peace Formula,” which was very much appreciated by former US President Obama when he was in the White House. It has now been released on the Turn-On- the-World-Records label.  (www.TurnOnTheWorld.com) Listening to the song, it’s blindingly obvious that Sankarshan Das possesses a real passion behind the message he is trying to convey. This is reflected in his lyrics and performance that is delivered throughout the song.

Subreel offer decades of experience in various areas of music

Subreel is a website designed to help aspiring musicians, a music hub with a goal of offering equipment reviews, how-to guides and loads of other musical information. Their writers offer decades of experience in a lot of different areas of music, from live sound to instruments and music technology. Some of the areas Subreel cover include: “Recording and microphones” – Home recording has become something we can all do, and with a real lack of information online, Subreel have taken it upon themselves to provide guides such as how to make your own homemade acoustic panels and microphone reviews, from USB

Jaief & Asong: “Don’t Need To” – an understated showcase of minimalistic rap and pop

The two friends Jaief & Asong live in separate cities in the south of Germany but plan and execute their musical projects with producer KasAkustix in Berlin. In 2014, with a baggage of musical tastes that stretch across genres like Hip-hop, Country, Jazz, Soul, Rock, Pop, Electronic, and Afro-pop, among others, Jaief & Asong formed a musical duo that released its debut project, “EARWORMS”, in the fall of that same year. The recording amassed over 1 million streams; over 200,000 downloads and several sync licenses, were totaled exclusively on the Jamendo music platform. 2017 sees the duo working on new

The Book Of Harmony album is a spectacular achievement

Kind readers, if you know nothing of Book Of Harmony, start here. Book Of Harmony is a 7-piece NYC based Progressive Rock band who recently released their 14 track self-titled album. As is usually obligatory with this genre, the band displays outstanding technical musicianship, a flawless grasp of form, a captivating depth of lyricism, great vocals and complex harmonies. Members Leah Martin (Vocals), Jon Perkins (Guitars), Phil Duke (Bass), Anupam Shobhakar (Guitars and Composer), Michael Sutton (Drums), Takahiro Izumikawa (Keyboards) and Kensuke Shoji (Violin), also add warm ambience, an almost “live” feel, and lots of little progressive motifs…however they are

Earl Adamant Allen: “Can’t Get Enough” – cleverly structured storytelling and positive, open thinking

Listen to the latest track “Can’t Get Enough” by Earl Adamant Allen while you’re reading this. Do you hear that? It’s innovation in hip-hop. Adamant is a mic controller if there ever was one. His songs are the kind of laid back that makes the listener feel like they just woke up on a sunny Sunday morning, lying next to a beautiful woman after the deepest most romantic night they’ve had in weeks. Yeah, it is that good. Earl Adamant Allen is most definitely an inventor when it comes to the world of hip-hop. Not because he mixes R&B into

Bloomer: “Good Morning, It’s Breakfast Time” – washed away by sunlight and a downpour of musical ideas

Bloomer is a rock band from Baltimore, MD created by musical partners Luke Boardman and Matt Zorzi. The band’s sound emerges from a mix of 70’s & 90’s Rock, Soul and American Roots Music. “Good Morning, It’s Breakfast Time” is contemporary indie rock at its finest. The music is sprawling and psychedelic. The mood can range from rocking to mellow. Bloomer is a band that has great song writing abilities and expressive improvisational abilities. Depending on the given song, the band moves effortlessly between straight rock and psychedelic infused jam-band grooves. This 4 track EP showcases both the band’s alt-rock sound and their improvisational excursions. However, they never confuse improvisation with musical masturbation.

“Good Morning, It’s Breakfast Time” is wonderfully accessible thanks to its relatable sense of communal fun, as well as the band’s own self-awareness. It is clear from the opening track, “Don’t Wait for Lightning” that the band is genuinely enjoying themselves as they create a sense of togetherness. Among tones that reflect sunlight as brightly as you might expect directly after a storm, the EP journeys confidently through melodic ideas as each band member is allowed to shine.

Together, they create a landscape in which the world is washed away by sunlight as well as a varied downpour of musical ideas filled with a lot of different melodies, musical subtleties, and sounds. The second three minutes of the EP comes in the form of “Distracter”, which gets keeps set going on a smooth note, with its laid-back rhythms, motifs, and refrains; one minute it is eerie and almost retro, the next minute laden with rejuvenating guitar and bass lines. The song rides a lush moderate, comfortable beat and melody backed by rich harmonies.

I’d say that “Next Time” is the best song on the EP, and a great overall Bloomer song. It is extremely catchy and great instrumentally, and lyrically. The guitar playing and the drumming are done extraordinarily well. The vocals and harmonies also shine brighter here than anywhere else on this recording.

To put it bluntly, this is a song I can’t get enough of, and will listen to endlessly. Some may compare Bloomer to the legendary Grateful Dead. Though they do not particularly sound like The Dead, they do combine some of the same elements. And all of them are evident on this song.

“Coral” brings all the jam-band qualities of Bloomer to the table. This instrumental is unlike any song on this album, but it’s still great. It’s opening guitar-driven bars seem to be influenced by African rhythms before the track switches into an almost 70’s rock fusion flavor.

This is a live track so it allows itself to meander through various stylistic colors. It’s is a maze of intricate guitar arpeggios and gorgeous piano-tinged high-energy instrumental passages that will no doubt soar in amphitheaters.

Outside of this ambitious closing piece, “Good Morning, It’s Breakfast Time” is relatively less musically adventurous, and the simpler song-craft used on the other tracks seems purposeful, in the way it provides a clearer glimpse inside the heads of its writers and performers.

In the sense that too many flurries of notes, hypnotic grooves and exploratory improvisations can often mask deeper meaning for the average listener. This group-think ethos avoids the title of ‘weird’ and embraces the one of ‘eclectic’, which artistically has significantly more attractive connotations, perfectly suited to what Bloomer has to offer musically.

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