In collaboration with Flo Creative Events, the Morning Peninsula-based musician Alex Marko has released a 5-track EP, titled ‘Tranquility’. The record is Marko’s latest project and it reveals his ambition to create music that would soothe and inspire.
Review of Nathan Israël and Luna Rousseau’s ‘L’homme de Boue’ — solo performance that deals with the figure of a monster, trying to be perceived as an individual. Continue reading ‘L’homme de Boue’ Review: To Tame the Mud Man.
Dua Lipa’s recently dropped the first single off her new project, ‘Club Future Nostalgia: The Remix Album’. Remixed by The Blessed Madonna and featuring music industry powerhouses Madonna and Missy Elliott, Lipa’s ‘Levitating’ has got a whole new take on it. But does it live up to the expectations? Continue reading Dua Lipa’s ‘Levitating’ Remix by The Blessed Madonna: Why It Does and Doesn’t Work.
A thorough track-by-track of review of an English psychedelic pop band Glass Animals third studio album, Dreamland. Released on August 7 via Republic Records, the album consists of 16 different psych-pop tracks, exploring various approaches to life and music. Continue reading Track-By-Track Album Review: Glass Animals’ ‘Dreamland’.
The writers of Echowave magazine have come together once again to create a list of new releases that everybody should give a listen to. This time around, Troye Sivan, Jeremy Zucker, Saint Claire and many other great creatives have been featured with Agnius Kazlauskas writing about the first four tracks and Emily Mitchell finished the round-up with ‘Milk’ by Psymon Spine. Continue reading Music Round-Up: Troye Sivan, Jeremy Zucker & More.
Bicephaly Pictures’s ‘The Short History of the Long Road’ has just become accessible via VOD, but is it worth watching? Continue reading Film Review: ‘The Short History of the Long Road’.