The region of Abruzzo in Italy which inspired Berlioz’s “Harold in Italy”. | Image by ClouDan83 from Pixabay “Harold in Italy” by Hector Berlioz is the musical diary of a traveller, represented by the solo viola throughout the piece. The four movements represent Harold (the viola) wandering inRead More →

Exploring different musical genres and merging them with Indian classical and folk music and experimenting with a variety of unusual musical instruments has become a new passion for musicians. And a group based in Chennai Oxygen – World music group is in the spotlight for his recently released experimental album,Read More →

Music Feeds’ New Aus Music playlist is updated once a week with our favorite Australian releases from the previous seven days. This week’s playlist includes groove-oriented pop by KYE, dreamy hyperpop by Ninajirachi, supple indie pop by Munan, new singles by KIAN (featuring rako, goyo, DALI HART), Yirrmal (featuring DamiRead More →

In his controversial yet very famous career, Eminem has been something of a revelation in the music industry, period, not to mention his respective genre. After releasing his mainstream debut album – The Slim Shady LP – to immense critical acclaim, the white sheep of the rap game has becomeRead More →

The Great Wave off Kanagawa (Kanagawa oki nami ura​) by Hokusai. Happy birthday today to Claude Debussy, born on this date in 1862! Since childhood, Debussy has been fascinated by the sea. For his three symphonic sketches collectively titled “La Mer” (The Sea), he drew inspiration from literatureRead More →

Singer Chi Pu recently made a comeback with the controversial “Black Hickey,” which garnered strong public reaction for its sultry, lustful, and sex-promoting scenes in the workplace. In the video, she bends over and makes provocative moves while wearing daring outfits and climbs onto a desk to seduce a marriedRead More →

Plasticine is a group from the Algarve (Portugal) that opened this year’s edition of the MED Festival. After nominating a song for the 2021 IPMA Awards in the Best Instrumental Performance and People’s Choice categories, Plasticine has also received government funding to sponsor their new album “The Most Beautiful Skies”Read More →

Given that some of the composers in history are notable for their groundbreaking music, their influence, or even their scandals, English composer John Ireland would have lived a relatively unremarkable life. He traveled little, held no leadership positions, composed no symphony or opera and, having lived through years (1879-1962) whenRead More →

Every week the wide open country The team brings together their new favorite country, folk, bluegrass and Americana songs for the Six Pack. This week’s playlist includes Lainey Wilson“Strawberry Wine,” Ian Flanigan’s next step toward country praise and Jordan Davis’ Mac Davis-esque reminder to stop and smell the roses. HereRead More →

Advertising Manish Soni is an Indian, independent musical artist artist musician, bollywood singer, songwriter, music composer, music manager, actor and owner and founder ‘Manish Soni Music Company’ due to his music artistry he caught everyone’s attention on spotify, youtube , instagram, soundcloud, Apple Music and all music platforms worldwide. ThisRead More →

Music video makers present a picture of the art of music. They portray both the artistry and brand of the creator through these visuals, which further helps market these artists, while also giving their fans a certain level of additional context. Creating music isn’t just about making records, but withRead More →

Music Feeds’ New Aus Music playlist is updated once a week with our favorite Australian releases from the previous seven days. This week’s playlist features the sound of upcoming Aussie hip hop aka Mulalo’s ‘Tracy Grimshaw’, Suiix’s psychedelic pop song ‘All the Time’, sure to please fans of Tame Impala,Read More →

Alexander Glazunov in 1907 It has been observed that music in 19th century Russia generally expressed the context of its time. This was true for Alexander Glazunov’s first three symphonies which were nationalist but not for his 4th which he described as “personal, free and subjective impressions ofRead More →

Every week the wide open country The team brings together their new favorite country, folk, bluegrass and Americana songs for the Six Pack. This week’s playlist includes Michelle Rivers’ love letter to the American West, Luc Combes‘ contribution to a John Anderson tribute album and the latest teaser for KelseaRead More →

Dan Streit has signed with Stink Films for worldwide representation, marking the first production company affiliation for the Los Angeles-based director and editor. Working across music promotions and advertising at Stink, Streit will draw on a portfolio that spans numerous artists and brands, including creating a Stomp-inspired campaign for KerwinRead More →

Wolfgang AmadeusMozart In 1773 Mozart, then 17, had probably seen the printed music for string quartets by Haydn, who was then a master of string quartet writing. Mozart then challenged himself to live up to Haydn’s model and composed six string quartets (Mozart’s “Viennese Quartets” Nos 8-13, knownRead More →

“AG Twanger” releases third album, will play Music on the Lawn on August 18 Thursday, August 18e, Music on the Lawn in Wellsville will feature singer-songwriter AG Twanger (aka Andy Glanzman) and his band The Mystic Twangers. AG Twanger has released their third full album and is now featured onRead More →

RoundGlass, a global holistic wellness company dedicated to empowering people on their personal wellness journey, features emerging artist Bel-Air in his latest meditation series video. The series is on the RoundGlass Life Appavailable for Bel-Air shares how creating music is his personal meditation and how his holistic wellness journey beganRead More →

Music Feeds’ New Aus Music playlist is updated once a week with our favorite Australian releases from the previous seven days. This week’s playlist includes the synth-pop excellence of Simona Castricum, the jazzy instrumental funk of Surprise Chef, the dancefloor aggressiveness of Club Angel, the sweet house pop of AshliRead More →

Bel-Air shares how grief drove him to begin his holistic wellness journey BELLEVUE, Wash., August 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — RoundGlass, a global holistic wellness company dedicated to empowering people on their personal wellness journey, features emerging artist Bel-Air in his latest meditation series video. The series is on the RoundGlassRead More →

Bel-Air shares how grief drove him to begin his holistic wellness journey BELLEVUE, Wash., August 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — RoundGlass, a global holistic wellness company dedicated to empowering people on their personal wellness journey, features emerging artist Bel-Air in his latest meditation series video. The series is on the RoundGlassRead More →

MUMBAI: After recently celebrating their 20th anniversary, world music group ‘Oxygen’ have released their 3rd single from ‘The Metagen Project’ titled ‘Thandananae’. The group started this project by releasing their first single titled “Saraswathi” and followed it with “Northern Lights”. The song Thandananae was released on August 3. The songRead More →

Bel-Air shares how grief drove him to begin his holistic wellness journey BELLEVUE, Wash., August 3, 2022 /CNW/ — RoundGlass, a global holistic wellness company dedicated to empowering people on their personal wellness journey, features emerging artist Bel-Air in his latest meditation series video. The series is on the RoundGlassRead More →

Bel-Air shares how grief drove him to begin his holistic wellness journey BELLEVUE, Wash., August 3, 2022 /CNW/ — RoundGlass, a global holistic wellness company dedicated to empowering people on their personal wellness journey, features emerging artist Bel-Air in his latest meditation series video. The series is on the RoundGlassRead More →

David Byrne released the August edition of its monthly playlist series, titled “Tomorrow’s Hits Today”. He wanted to highlight more promising and currently popular artists with this list, contradicting reports that older music is more popular today. He writes: There was yet another article that came out this week notingRead More →