Live act

Kodaline – “Brother”

On June 23rd Kodaline debuted with the very anticipated video for Brother, an emotional single, indirectly announcing bands 3rd album in progress. Kodaline hasn’t released a possible name nor a date of the upcoming record, currently being on tour and playing Brother as the standard set list track. Kodaline loves their fans, from delightful concerts… Continue reading Kodaline – “Brother”

music video review

Kitty in a Casket – “White Lies”

Kitty in a Casket is an Austrian band, formed in 2008, with 5 albums put out and 6th on the way. Until now they were categorized as punk rock/rock’n’roll band with psycho-billy influences, which is not my cup of tea. And so I won’t discuss the early work of Kitty in a Casket. White lies… Continue reading Kitty in a Casket – “White Lies”

Breaking news

Remembering Chester Bennington

Someday I’m hoping to close my eyes and pretend That this crumpled up paper can be perfect again Frgt/10 Last nights news hit me like a tsunami wave and I refused to believe it until the band gives the final statement. Mike broke my heart with his tweet this morning, confirming the horrifying news. I am… Continue reading Remembering Chester Bennington

music video review

Nothing More – Go To War

About a week ago I came across a song called Go To War, by Nothing More on Spotify. To be completely honest, maybe it was curiosity, or maybe the rhyme, but I gave them a shot and until now I can’t take this song out of my head. What is really amazing in our times, you can find new… Continue reading Nothing More – Go To War

Thoughts

Does music save lives?

It’s been quite some time since the last post and to be completely honest I’ve started debating myself on a topic of music saving lives. It all started after the attack in Manchester. Even though I am not a die hard Ariana Grande fan, it hit me, like anyone else in the world. Music was… Continue reading Does music save lives?

music video review

Rebellious Spirit – “Devil In Me”

Rebellious Spirit is a German band I got to know through the power of Facebook and Echelon groups (30 Seconds to Mars fan base). They are about to release their 3rd album, called New Horizons. April 21st Rebellious Spirit released their new single, Devil In Me. I am a fan of hard music and unique vocals,… Continue reading Rebellious Spirit – “Devil In Me”

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Ed Sheeran – “Galway Girl”

Ed Sheeran’s new video for “Galway Girl” was released today and it’s worth every second of it. Not only is the song catchy, but the video is adorably funny. The video starts from Ed coming out of the stage, with a change of perspective we watch the story with Ed’s eyes. Sort of. With a… Continue reading Ed Sheeran – “Galway Girl”

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Paramore – “Hard Times”

After 3 years of waiting and constant teasing Paramore released the single Hard Times, promoting the upcoming album After Laughter. Paramore opened a new chapter of their lives, followed by big changes, professionally and privately. But their music was always top-notch. After Ain’t it fun became the band’s highest charting song in the US and a… Continue reading Paramore – “Hard Times”

Album Review

Tokio Hotel – “Dream Machine”

Tokio Hotel released their 5th album more than a month ago and toured European clubs, including Warsaw. Unfortunately I was unable to see them live once again, so I’ll focus on the record itself. This is definitely their best record yet. For many fans a change in style of their favorite band is unacceptable. This… Continue reading Tokio Hotel – “Dream Machine”

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Kasabian “You’re In Love With a Psycho”

Kasabian has debuted a new single called You’re In Love With a Psycho on Mach 17th promoting band’s sixth album For crying out loud (release date: 5 May 2017), followed by an official music video released on March 30th. My first impression: the song really got me going. Music is really catchy, lyrics sweet and… Continue reading Kasabian “You’re In Love With a Psycho”