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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 […]

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 […]

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 three – “Modernisation” Because I’m trying to understand different terminologies in music and different feelings & different sounds. I wanted to bring a more ambient feel. Going into the third part of the Docklands series, the music starts to change, the connection is with the modern changes in the modern world. Between 1960 […]

Docklands – Part Two  by John Warwick Highways & by-ways I kept it very simple and very plain, no more than three instruments per section.I was using re-occurring sections/motifs, so you were always coming back to a feeling or emotion, something you always recognised.Your idea behind it, is about the canal Ways where goods were transported […]

Only 20 seconds left Original idea for this was because I was watching the TV, and they said the Doomsday clock is getting closer, only had 20 seconds on the clock. I had a dream that night – The songs start with Indian chimes , I was trying to get the effect of them sounding […]

The 90s undoubtedly marked the Golden Age of underground music zines cataloguing subcultural movements. Without an avalanche of Tumblr accounts offering endless information on what your favourite band is wearing, SoundCloud recommendations about whom to listen to next, or Twitter documenting your most-loved guitar player’s childhood fear, publications such as the pioneering DIY zine Sniffin’ […]

As a bassist, bandleader, teacher, and music copyist, I’ve worked with hundreds of singers throughout the years. Though working musicians know hundreds of tunes, singers need to have good charts in order to have their music played the way they want. I define a “good chart” as a piece of written music that effectively tells […]

Chances are, you are already ruining your potential to succeed in the music industry because you believe in one or more music career myths. How do I know? I am sent e-mail messages on a constant basis by tons of musicians (all seeking the answers to the WRONG questions). These are questions that may seem […]