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Jinen Tronic Electronic Artist Jinen Tronic Bring a Very Atmospherical Soundscape, Bring you into different Worlds, An abstract painter with a Pallet of colours.His songs can be Mellow and smooth but still deep, like straight out of a movie scene. Watching You Love (but I Want to love) There is an airy feel to this […]

Virtual Intelligence – PAINSYNC A while ago I wrote my first ever album review for SLE Music Radio. It turned out well enough for me to try writing another one using the same technique. Well, I say “technique” but really, it’s just words strung into sentences in search of meaning. Anyway, with this review I […]

The Kintners Texas-based songwriters, Kelly and Keri Kintner, Indie-Folk Americana songs that drag you in and take you on a journey, Rawness, and powerful sound, that make you stand up and listens.True storyteller of tales of hardships and emotion of life at its best. Been a big fan of Bob Dylan, Johnny cash, true old […]

  All Links to the songs are linked to the Track Title. Tengushee – Witness To review a Tengushee album is to dive headfirst into the rabbit hole that is The Endless Chronicles, the multimedia extravaganza unfolding across too many platforms to mention, in real time. So instead of doing an in-depth analysis – which […]

Nest of Vipers – DG Adams (Review by John Warwick) You Know when you’ve been graced by a real songwriter, the feeling, the energy it hits you, pulling you in. The lyric content in every song is just as powerful as the last.Nest of Vipers is an album with a rawness cut and sting !!Touching […]

Docklands Part 4 – The Light  I decided to go more complete electric as the basics sound running through the song with classical backing it up. Every section of the song, every individual part as a step sequence ,use them like motifs for every part. Using strings ,woodwind and percussionAnd 10 different sync , from […]

Docklands –  Part One – “The Water” I tried to make sections of light and dark, the water is the light and the industrial change is the darkness. I decided to use a harp and a mandolin as a main focus of the calming water sound, adding some woodwinds to make it sound light and […]

Mum 101 Where words leave off, music begins…. One day I was necking Kings Acre Cider at uni, bouncing around to the Stone Roses. Early hours of the morning I passed out in the arms of some grungy media studies student, belly full of cider, heart full of soul. When I woke up, I was […]

John Warwicks – The Project Really like to understand Sound and how it works.I wanted to get more into composing side, the different techniques and styles.How to create tension, atmosphere or even an ambient sound. Also being a very avid amateur photographer for many years.Just wanted to combine the two, sound, photo & create a […]

Music is a big part of civilization. Centuries had passed but music survived and even grew to greater heights every single decade. As a matter of fact, the demand of music has been rising very steadily in the past 10 years and it will continue that way in the foreseeable future. It comes along with […]