“The most important thing for me is to live my greatest dreams out. My life is very different from how it started so it’s real important for me to find love, peace, and freedom.” We had a chat with the talented artist about his decision to become a musician, the challenge of releasing an album during the current difficult times and why it is so important to him to live his greatest dreams out.
Sometimes we just love those cozy days listening to emotive music, dwelling in memories or daydreams. Sophie Blair’s new single ‘Close Quarters’ accompanies our daydreams today. It’s a rich, emotional song, infused with viola and Sophie’s incredible voice.
Without a doubt we can say that music has been our lifesaver during those times and as spring is arriving all over the place we can feel the awakening rhythm of nature catch on with us. Talking about rhythm: We surely can’t sit still when listening to Swedish dance-pop producer Discrete latest single “Drown in Me.”
Isn’t it great, how small beginnings, a random connection can lead into something so much bigger later on? Sometimes only years later, even our smallest actions, can start making sense. And I realize that what makes our life richer and probably also more successful at the end, are not always those big plans and goals, but exactly those small and seemingly unimportant moments on the way and in between…
“I was diagnosed multiple sclerosis at the end of my stay in Paris. The “illness of a thousand faces” made me think a lot about the different states of sanity I’ve experienced throughout my years on this planet and I’ve put these emotions into my Bouncy Castle. ” tells the young and talented Swiss & Angolian artist Dino about this brilliant track, that capture us right away.
Life is constantly changing and you often enter a new phase with new needs. The timeless clothing by TONI CORE can be worn in many phases of life, they are…
In 2009 the South African-born, Swiss-based Queen of Deep House released her debut production and since then has become a highly successful and indispensable part of the scene. We had a chat with the talented producer and DJ about her new two-track ‘Oblivion / Thermal’ EP out on Enormous Tunes, how the lockdown influenced her sound and finding joy in the moment.
“It didn’t start with my photography, no.” tells me London based photographer photographer Lizzy Nicholson when I speak to her about her remarkable attention to detail. And she explains that she has always loved noticing details in other people’s work.
We are hooked on Charlie Sahm AKA Player Dave‘s latest music video release for his hypnotic track Dumb. “After going through a huge transformation in my life, I found it almost impossible to express these experiences into a 4 minute song, so I decided to make 11.” the San Diego-based producer at onces introduces his debut studio album Where The Wind Blew Me.
Art is something that comes from inside of us, influenced by who we are and what we experience, or us trying to create a totally imaginery world, a certain feeling. It might evoke feelings and thoughts in others. To some people it will mean something. And others will not be able to relate to it.
At the age of 16, Mallorcan born but currently Los Angeles based, Mariona Vilarós took her first ever photography classes and quickly developed a passion for all aspects of it. Until today she is fascinated by the power an image can have to evoke emotions in people. We had a chat with the talented artist about her inspirations, trying to capture realness and the reason for her recent relocation to LA.
Her brain feels fried. What shall she do? Where is this bloody fulfilled life that they kept telling her about. That will give her all the satisfaction she was anticipating. And does it exist anyway…maybe it doesn’t so she can stop hunting for it, right?
A lot has been said about the color blue, I’ll hardly be the first. This isn’t to say this is an analysis of blue as a color, or blue as an emotion. But blue as perspective — the color of distant vaporous memory, opaque and often hindered — blue that moves. To illustrate my point, I have to begin with a tracing. To frame a lighthouse, a flower vase, a day in fall — a vision of the mundane in a steady flow that proves to be significant.
“Beyond Reason is about this melancholic state we felt at the time, the feeling of being depressed, overwhelmed, but still wanting to be hopeful.” tells us Cologne-based electronica duo Ameli Paul on their new track and our premiere song for today. Out of their stunning three-part EP the melodic tune expresses exactly what we feel right now and their sound just carries us into wonderful memories of us dancing the night away.
“We are 4 people with 4 different opinions and obviously we don’t agree on every single thing. But it’s also great because you’ve got 4 different perspectives and characters.” We sat down with the Vienna based newcomer band – and siblings – Wallners to talk about their new cinematic video, the best thing to work with family and when a song is ready for them.