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Disco Vibes in Tsunami Section’s ‘Keep My Spinning Wheel’

Employing a true retro disco sound, adapted for the modern audience, Tsunami Section are bringing back a seemingly forgotten style of music in their debut single, ‘Keep My Spinning Wheel’. Consisting of Anna Chiara and Felicia Singson, Tsunami Section work on the premise of creating uplifting, catchy tunes through the use of danceable grooves and throwback beats. ‘Keep My Spinning Wheel’ taps into the original … Continue reading Disco Vibes in Tsunami Section’s ‘Keep My Spinning Wheel’

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An Interview With… Mark L. Oakes

Tell us a little bit about where you’re from? I’m a native of Belgium with a passion for american music, arts and culture.   How has your location affected your music? I used to live in a wonderful place in the heart of the Ardennes. A place that had its emotional impact during the production of my album Call Me the Moon. I’m mainly affected and … Continue reading An Interview With… Mark L. Oakes

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The Anti-Trump Protest Song From Beldon Haigh

‘Freedom’ is the new protest single from Scottish singer-songwriter Beldon Haigh, who is joining the anti-Trump camp along with his powerful and inspiring ballad. Beldon was a prolific songwriter back in the 80s with bands such as Boxing Clever and Mikifin, but since then he developed his skills as an artist, taking 18 months to write and record his new solo album from which ‘Freedom’ … Continue reading The Anti-Trump Protest Song From Beldon Haigh

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An Interview With: Glenn Harrold

Diagnosis got up close and personal with self-help author/ hypnotherapist-come-musician, Glenn Harrold. Tell us a little bit about where you’re from? I was born in Balham, London and grew up in Orpington, Kent. I went to school in Bromley when the punk scene was emerging. How has your location affected your music? The punk scene in 76/77 changed everything in music and I was lucky … Continue reading An Interview With: Glenn Harrold

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James Kennedy pours his heart into ‘Home’ after a period of deep depression

  After touring Europe with his alternative rock group Kyshera supporting the Stereophonics , James Kennedy fell into a deep depression, which inspired him to release his first proper solo release ‘Home’. Kennedy had serious hearing problems as a child, resulting in 3 major surgeries and the fear of permanent hearing loss always present. This led to his school life being interrupted, developing his ability … Continue reading James Kennedy pours his heart into ‘Home’ after a period of deep depression

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Eden Royals Are Back With ‘Time Won’t Wait’ EP

Essex based band Eden Royals veered off the radar a little, having not not released a track in over a year, then disappearing off to America to support Third Eye Blind, but now they are back with some of their best work to date, the ‘Time Won’t Wait’ EP. With a guitar led, indie-pop-rock vibe that is quintessentially British at the same time, Eden Royals have … Continue reading Eden Royals Are Back With ‘Time Won’t Wait’ EP

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Hip-Hop Joins Classical Through the Experimentation of M3staken

Apex is the new experimental concept album from Carolina based artist and producer, M3staken, otherwise known as M3. As a hip hop artist first and foremost, M3 is a connoisseur of the style, yet he chooses to mix this with elements of electronic and classical music, forming an unheard of amalgamation that proves his quality and ambitions as a musician. Inspired by the likes of … Continue reading Hip-Hop Joins Classical Through the Experimentation of M3staken