Introducing Morrisa Jeanine

To be completely honest, her music is not really “my kind of music”. However, I really like her voice and also some of her songs.  Since I have a really good feeling More »

Introducing The Kendricks

You know the feeling when you get an email for the music review and something tells you that this is going to be good?! And as soon as you hear them sing, More »

Introducing Meridian Lights

Meridian Lights is an alternative rock, electronica & soul band out of Brooklyn, NYC, consisting of vocalist Bradley Valentin and guitarist Yohimbe Sampson.

Bradley and Yohimbe were both influenced by many different genres More »

Introducing The Whereabouts

I wanted to write about them, as unsigned artists, a few months ago, but sadly I didn’t. In the meantime they signed a worldwide, multi year Synch representation agreement with Peermusic, one More »

Introducing Quinn Archer

Quinn Archer is a British born, Los Angeles based singer, songwriter. Her music was introduced to me as “a remarkable blend of gothic soul with the voice of an old-school diva and More »

Introducing Barsheem

Barsheem is a singer, songwriter, arranger and producer. Growing up in a home, where the sounds of Motown were played non-stop… and being influenced by Marvin Gaye, Billie Holiday, Prince, Michael Jackson… his More »

Introducing Mark Rose

Do you know the feeling when, after just a first few chords, you know it will be a good song? This happened to me when I first heard Mark Rose’s “She Doesn’t”.

Mark More »

Introducing Marquee Mayfield

“If you like Jay Kay (Jamiroquai), you have to listen to Marquee Mayfield’s music”. You can find this comparison in every other article about him. To be honest, I did that too, More »

Introducing Wullae Wright

Wullae Wright is a singer/songwriter from Glasgow, Scotland. He writes, records and produces all his own music, since 1999. During this time he recorded 4 self-produced albums and 2 EPs. His albums More »

Introducing Broadcast Hearts

Totally by coincidence I “discovered” the band Broadcast Hearts today. As soon as I heard the song “The Captain’s Call” I became a fan of their music. Just in case, I still More »

Phil Collins’ concert at the Royal Albert Hall, London

I still can’t believe it, but… yes… I saw Phil Collins at the Royal Albert Hall, in London, on Monday.

When he announced that he’ll retire almost a decade ago, I thought I’ll never see him live on stage. Fortunately he changed his mind and came back with a tour, called “Not Dead Yet”.…

39 random things about me

It’s that time of the year. March is approaching with the speed of light. And I will be one year older. 39 already. 39!!! Yay!?!

So I decided to write 39 random things about me. Since I haven’t written anything new on the blog for quite some time, this post seemed appropriate for a new start.…

Introducing Morrisa Jeanine

To be completely honest, her music is not really “my kind of music”. However, I really like her voice and also some of her songs.  Since I have a really good feeling about her, I decided to write a blog post despite all that.

So… who am I talking about?…

Introducing The Kendricks

You know the feeling when you get an email for the music review and something tells you that this is going to be good?! And as soon as you hear them sing, you can’t wait to start writing a blog post about them?! Well, this just happened to me when I first heard The Kendricks.…

Toto’s concert in Ljubljana, Slovenia

When my boyfriend asked me if I would like to go to Toto’s concert, I was like: “Who are they? I don’t know any of their songs.” And then he started to list their hits such as “Africa”, “Rosanna”, “Hold The Line”, “I’ll Be Over You”,… so I asked surprised: “These are their songs?…

2Cellos’ original song Celloverse is pure perfection

I don’t think there’s a person on the planet who doesn’t know 2Cellos. Guys are mostly known for their’s adaptations of songs from other artists: mostly from Coldplay, Muse, AC/DC,… This time around they released their original song, called Celloverse (it can be found on the album of the same name, released in January 2015).…