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Album Review: Bryde - Like An Island

Like An Island

Released April 2018

Words: Nick Jacques

Bryde otherwise known as Sarah Howells releases her debut album Like an Island on the much-touted label Seahorse Music, a record label started entirely by Women to highlight feminine musical talent (that’s pretty cool). 364 more words


Sammy Osmo - Schaduw Horizon [NW017]

Digital re-issue coinciding with the tape release of this 2007 Strange Life CDR DX7 drenched cult spywave album. Very much influenced by real locations in the vicinity of the The Hague dune studio where this was recorded – this imaginary soundtrack scores a hypothetical story of a Cold War animal parapsychologist living in an abandoned zoo.



Album of the Month: Blackberry Smoke - Find a Light

Blackberry Smoke are one of those bands that make everything seem effortless. It seems like only yesterday that they were breaking through as part of an unexpected boom in southern rock, since then they’ve expanded their sound and their fan base to the point that they’re one of the biggest names in modern rock while also topping the country charts back home. 323 more words

Dzũng - Cánh Cửa Thần Kỳ [The Magic Door]

Cánh Cửa Thần Kỳ

Artist: Dzũng
Released: 2018
Language: N/A
Genres: Instrumental Rock

Track list:

1. Hai Chín Ba Mươi (feat. Anh Tú Nguyễn)

2. Một Giấc Chiêm Bao   (feat. 65 more words


Paradox [Original Music from the Film] by Neil Young

This is the soundtrack to Daryl Hannah’s 2018 Netflix film from the legendary singer-songwriter backed by Promise Of The Real.

Label: Reprise

Release Date: Apr 20, 2018… 11 more words


The unstoppable Beyoncé

(Source: www.vox.com)

When I saw Beyoncé in concert in 2016, I found myself far above the stage, in the extreme nosebleed seats of the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. 1,310 more words


Just finished mastering the soundtrack to the new HBO movie Fahrenheit 451. Composers Antony Partos and Matteo Zingales scored the project and their dark score certainly helps shape the dystopian landscape of the film. 32 more words

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