Synth Single Review: "Summer Wave" by Yoru with GeoVoc, NeverMann and Dimi Kaye
Read on to learn about why i feel that "Summer Wave" is nostalgic, full of dreaming and hopeful feelings along with a tinge of melancholy.
Kid Reign Playlist Card Collection- presented by Gudda Boi Classics Records
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Synthpop Single Review: "Life Of A Robot" by Coolmowee
Read on to learn how "Life Of A Robot" delves into the idea of a technology dominated dystopia through a synthpop lens.
Top 10 Haunted Hotels Ever
Do you like to treat yourself to little scares by watching horror films? But would you like to experience one for real, and sleep in a haunted hotel? Here is the list of establishments in the world with the reputation of being truly haunted
Synth Single Review: "Touch Me Inside" by Benjamin Russell & Rob Stuart
Read on to learn about how "Touch Me Insid" explores our media-soaked world, starved of personal connection.
Songs From My Road
We're going to shift some gears for this article. I spent 20+ years driving a truck OTR. Thank God for Google play on my phone. It introduced me to a whole new world of music. I'm going to share some with you now. Credit where it's due, a recent article by fellow hubber @ABWilliams inspired me.
Synth Single Review: "Resident Evil (Corp. Umbrella)" remix by Draven
Read on to learn about how the "Resident Evil (Corp. Umbrella)" remix emphasizes the original theme's darkness and adds Draven's signature sound.
Back to Those Ballads Which Have You Swooning With the Crooning; Country Music Ballads of the 80's & 90's
It's been a while since I left off, but lucky for us, these timeless classics aren't going anywhere. I will help see to that! Enjoy!
Synth Single Review: "Creepwave" by Complex Creatures
Read on to learn about the darkness and emotional depth that "Creepwave" creates as it unfolds.
Synth Single Review: "Breath of the Tiger" by Starlight Foundation
Read on to learn why "Breath of the Tiger" is a blast of musical adrenalin and intense speed.
Review of the Album "Volcano" by Norwegian Black Metal Band Satyricon
Volcano is the 2002 studio album by Norwegian black metal band Satyricon released in 2002.
How Female Singers in Music Videos Regained Their Power
Why female singers realised to revolutionise the video concept and stop the body objectification?
Review of the Album "Extinction" by Australian Thrash Metal Band Harlott
Extinction is the 2017 studio album by Australian thrash metal band Harlott.
Mabel Says Social Media Comments Made Her Want to Quit Music. Social Media Trolling.
Mabel has revealed that social media comments made her want to quit music. The 23-year-old singer, who is the daughter of Neneh Cherry and Massive Attack's 3D, made the admission during an interview with Dazed magazine.
Omelika Kuumba: Soaring High
'Soaring High' is the name of the debut album from African Drum musician, Omelika Kuumba, and although Omelika has been making music for a long time and performing on tracks for other musicians, her debut has been worth the wait for her fans.
Review of the Album "Electrified Brain" by Municipal Waste
Electrified Brain is the brand new 2022 studio album by hardcore crossover thrash metal band Municipal Waste. Features a guest vocal performance by Napalm Death vocalist Mark "Barney" Greenway.
Synth Single Review: "In The Night" by Daniel Hugh & Emily Zuzik
Read on to learn why I feel that "In The Night" is a dynamic cyberpunk blast underpinning Emily Zuzik's strong vocal performance.
Review of the Album "Dark Medieval Times" by Norwegian Black Metal Band Satyricon
Dark Medieval Times is the 1993 debut album by Norwegian black metal band Satyricon.
Revisiting the Album "Domination" by Florida Death Metal Band Morbid Angel
Domination is the 1995 studio album by Florida death metal band Morbid Angel. Although it has a musical contribution by current Cannibal Corpse guitarist Erik Rutan it is still not as good as the band's previous work Covenant.
Review of the Album "Resurgence" by Greek Thrash Metal Band Flames
Resurgence is the brilliant new studio album by Greek thrash metal band Flames. You won't want to listen to Judas Priest after you hear this!!
Synthpop Single Review: "Take Me Back" by Marc Matthews & INDIGO
Read on to learn about how "Take Me Back" combines expressive vocals, energizing beats and densely woven synths.
Review of the Album "Summon the Dead" by Greek Thrash and Black Metal Band Flames
Summon the Dead is the 1988 studio album by Greek black and thrash metal band Flames. While the music and melodies are very good, the vocals just aren't quite right.
The Beatles - Let It Be: What Is The Best Version?
One of the most troubled albums in The Beatles' discography, here we'll analyse all the different officially available versions to try and see if there is a definitive one.
Synth Single Review: "Can't Let You See Me Like This" by Daniel Adam
Read on to learn why I feel that "Can't Let You See Me Like This" creates a lush, melancholy musical atmosphere as it unfolds.
6 Iconic Composers With Unforgettable History of Masterpieces
There are numerous wonderful musicians or composers, but there are few who can make a mark in the soul by their unique music.
Indie Folk EP Review: "Shout That Whisper" by Blue Mallee
Read on to learn why "Shout That Whisper" combines strong vocals with well-crafted lyrics and am expressive musical background.
Synth Single Review: "The Lost Dream" by The Ruins We Create
Read on to learn why I feel that "The Lost Dream" is an eerie, delicate synthscape tinged with distant threat.
Synthpop Single Review: "Sister From Another Mister" by Jamie Jamal
Jamie Jamal's "Sister From Another Mister" which tells a story of a special bond in a lush synthpop setting.
Synthpop Single Review: "We Are One" by Furry Logic
Read on to learn about "We Are One" which is a song about solidarity and seeking better solutions for humanity.