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Month: February 2014

Music Review: Terra Animata – The Plum Magnetic

While their fans believe that they are one of the best 90’s band to break out of the 2010’s, The Plum Magnetic originated from New Orlendo, United States. Entering the world of fusion and progressive rock, the band (Trent Ciolino, Andrew McLean, Jon Solomon and Oliver Burke) started its journey with the first album, Terra Animata, which hit the stores recently. After gaining the much needed recognition, they are ready to release their second album by the end of 2014. Their first album “Terra Animata” consists of 8 tracks.

Music Review – Storyteller by Mariya

Storyteller is the debut EP by Mariya, a London-based singer/songwriter. It was released in 2013 and it is as inspired as it comes. Far from being just another pop/acoustic/singer/songwriter album, each song captures quirky and vivid snapshot-like moments and is backed by spectacular arrangements. While Coffee and Drunk are the edgier tracks of the EP, the simplicity behind the hooks in Goodnight and Liar are just as refreshing.

Walk the Talk with Keba Jeremiah

You are already familiar with Keba Jeremiah, the passionate guitarist whom you saw on television on Vijay TV or MTV. In this interview, Keba Jeremiah talks his heart out about his experiences with working with AR Rahman, his passion for the string instruments and his first love! Meet Keba Jeremiah, who in the last 3 years, has accumulated an impressive repertoire of Tamil and Hindi films including Paiya, Pasanga, Engeyum Kadhal, Savari, 3 Kings, Avan Ivan, Mangatha, 3, Action Replay, Rockstar and Ek Deewana Tha.

Music Review – Windy (Love In Her Eyes​)

This debut artist with a song which is a mix of dance, poop, rock and R&B is more than just debutant’s piece of work. Everything about the song speaks so much about the artist and his passion for music. The track reminds you of retro tracks, and in a most bizarre way it also reminds you of Hugh Grant’s music in Music and Lyrics. Yes, it does take you to various places that you never thought you would go.

Music Review – The Return of the Sons of Ra

Started as a group of two artists in Finland, Bogdo Ula, (Samuli Kristian and Ivan Horder) became a free style music band mastering their work in jazz or psychdelic rock genres. After releasing 3 albums as a duo, they started learning the techniques of recording and mixing. Since their work was commented as mainstream and minimalistic, there was a need of bass player and soon they recruited Jean Ruin in their band. This changed their landscape and the music band soon got acknowledged across globe.

Free As A Dove – Maria Jacobs

Ohio based Maria Jacobs has released four albums: No Frills, Free As A Dove, Chasing Dreams, and Art of the Duo.  She is also a voice over artist who can be heard locally and nationally.  She is represented by The Docherty Agency in Cleveland. Maria still performs in New York, Los Angeles, as well as Milwaukee, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio.  Her albums are currently heard worldwide on Internet and traditional radio stations.