Pianist Ricardo Bacelar performs beautiful track ‘Oh Mana Deixa Eu Ir’, Solidifying his state in the Jazz Fusion genre, this encapsulates the sounds and sights of this rare art form.
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Jonny Dee has shared a live clip of ‘Blue Submarine‘ ahead of his album release. The song is third in the track listing of his forthcoming record ‘The Human Experience‘. The video (below) showcases his new-found aptitude for guitar and features overdubs of the musician explaining how he draws inspiration from the world around him.
When we spoke to Dee about the forthcoming release he said:
“The whole idea of ‘The Human Experience’ is essentially understanding and loving yourself more and more, to the point that when you look back out at the rest of the world, a lot of the struggles that people have just don’t make sense.
“It’s all about a person getting more in touch with themselves, finding happiness that way, and wanting to help others to do the same. The music is a guideline I guess to find some freedom and peace from the “everyday struggles”. ‘The Human Experience’ is the act of going out and trying to understand humans, why they do the things they do, treat each other the way they do, and trying to help them.”
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‘The Human Experience’ is due May 12.
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As New Music Platform reported, A Flock of Seagulls are making a comeback. For the first time since 1984, all four original members of the band appear on-record together for brand new album ‘Ascension’. The recording puts a new and unique spin on their greatest hits by performing orchestral versions with the Prague Philharmonic providing the backing. Having recorded the offering in studios around the world during the past year, the heroes of British new wave era are ready to bring home the victory for a summer release- sadly, without the haircuts. Watch their new teaser video below.
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Having recently been crowned Indie Crush of the Week, electronic-noir duo IOTAPHI have unveiled the behind-the-scenes video for their striking video ‘Kids Of Chaos’.
Speaking of the video, the duo said:
“We believe society needs to re-evaluate its core values. We see beauty where it really is, in people’s souls. We are constantly driven away from truth and towards superficiality. There will be change “we will take your world apart”.
Watch the BTS video and original video below.
Having already enjoyed his 15 minutes of Warhol-allotted fame when his performance of Adele’s “Hello” got zillions of views on YouTube Tryzdin might have expected that was that. Rather than fading into obscurity, Saint Mars head-honcho, Marc Darcange, approached him to work alongside his band, the results of which are below. Drawing on Tryzdin’s own experiences from bullying, the video is a cool yet highly effective look at how bullying affects individuals and their relationships.
Hold your lighters aloft, this is one of the most anthemic songs of 2018 so far, doubly thrilling as the video is equally superb. Oddly heart-tugging stuff, you’ll have to excuse us as we have something in our eye *sniff*
Italo-Greek duo, Iotaphi have received a nomination from the Berlin Music Video Awards for their single, Kids of Chaos, and it’s easy to see why. The deeply atmospheric, multi-layered electronic anthem features performances by dancers with Down Syndrome – not in a manner that is intending to evoke pity, in fact, quite the opposite – it reinforces the track’s message of the triumph of the human spirit against apathy and ignorance. Classy, profound stuff.
Here’s Wartoad at their punkiest from their newly released debut album, What Rough Beasts. You may recognise the main elements of the video from the footage of the Christian rock ensemble which was doing the rounds a few months ago. At last it finds a positive use!