Before you know it summer is back – and with it this tingling sensation inside to celebrate summer and life. And what better way than doing that on a music festival? So do you want to join us at the Germany’s biggest Electronic Music Festival at the Airport Weeze? We’re giving away 1×2 Regular Full Weekend Visa + Mellow Fields (Campsite) + Parking for the PAROOKAVILLE Festival!
“I have a real passion for honesty” “Noah Kahan grew up in the small town Strafford, Vermont with only a population of 1,000 and the 133-acre tree farm where he still lives. So much happened since then. In our interview he opens up about signing to Republic Records, honesty, anxiety and depression and growing as a person.
“Success to me means being happy and comfortable with yourself and having good people around you!”Ruel’s talent with music became evident at an early age as he excelled in his singing and guitar lessons whilst in primary school. Fast forward to middle school age he started performing at school functions and busking along the Sydney beaches.
Finding balance between bitter and sweet is one of the most universally appealing human concepts. On his new EP, “Anywhere But Here”, Mielo takes you through his own personal accounts…
“I don’t care about the fame, I care about impact”Tayla Parx has broken all the boundaries being a Grammy Awards – nominated singer, songwriter, and actress. In our interview we talked about growing up, challenges, love and her new album ‘We Need To Talk.’
“Love is support and love keeps me happy”Diamonté Harper alias SAWEETIE drew on a passion for poetry and many years of rapping in the car. Enjoy our sidewalk talk!
“I´ve really learned to trust my instincts” At a young age Skylar Stecker already performed in front of thousands. She sung the National Anthem at nearly 100 sports games when growing up. Since then a lot happened. Enjoy our sidewalk talk!
Australian brothers Mitchel and Clinton Cave began releasing music via their YouTube channel before starting alternative pop act Chase Atlantic in 2013 with high school friend Christian Anthony. The fused their music into alternative-minded pop and rock songs.
“What I want to be remembered for? I want making people feel something when listening to my music” Scotland-born Nesbitt started pivoting her short stories to the music that she wrote on the piano and, later, acoustic guitar. Enjoy our sidewalk talk!
“Put yourself in new surroundings and you’ll get new ideas pretty much.”For their “The Lakes” EP Brighton duo Frankie Stew and Harvey headed over to the beautiful national park Lake District, staying in an old converted barn overlooking a lake, locking themselves in there for some day and making music.
“At the end of the day it´s really about clean water and making real changes in people´s life.””My biggest challenge? Learning to go with the flow and stop to plan everything.” Raja Kumari is a new take on her Indian roots meeting American music – merging both her cultures.
We had a chat with Istanbul-born producer Ozoyo about his latest video release “Daydream in Green” (we absolutely love the visuals for that!), about his love and hate for his hometown and making his friend change their view on jazz music.
Intrigued by the amazing dance performance of Christopher Russell and Niina Rajaniemi we are happy to video premiere “Lavender”, a track by DJ and producer Andy Kulter. “As in the middle ages Lavender was used as an aphrodisiac herb, I wanted to recreate the practical of magic and love in a song.
“I attended the 5th anniversary of bi-annual CRSSD Festival in San Diego this March – the beautiful house/techno/electronic-focused music festival set on the scenic waterfront. Another successful year of love and music shared by all.
“The biggest challenge?Putting our three brains together” Formed in Nashville COIN were started by students at Belmont University in 2012. The trio consists of Chase Lawrence (vocals/synths), Joe Memmel (guitar/vocals), and Ryan Winnen (drums) signed with Columbia that fall.