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Almost Owen Writes A Very Interesting Song Entitled “From The Outside”

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Taking in mind writing tunes isn’t a piece of cake, Almost Owen proves he’s a songwriting genius on “From The Outside”. Indeed, deep lyrics will make you think about life. This is a very interesting song because of its message, which makes us realize what is behind happy faces. Problems can be easily masked and sometimes courage is needed in order to face them. On the other hand, I like how the storyline of this song displays a contrast between appearances versus feelings.  If I’m not wrong, no other artist I have heard lately have explored this duality concept. Sonically smooth and pleasing, you won’t mind having “From The Outside” stuck in your head on repeat.

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Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style.

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Indie Artist Orhan Taghizadeh Creates Music That Makes You Smile

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The first time I heard Orhan Taghizadeh‘s music I was bang into it. More specifically, the feel-good vibes of his latest single, “La Donna Loka” make you want to smile. There’s a bilingual set of English/Italian lyrics that fit the poppy melodies very well. Hailing from Azerbaijan, the independent musician and composer excels at playing the piano like the pros. Furthermore, he arranges a high-quality contemporary sound in FL studio. With an artistic career spanning over 10 years, he divides his time between web development, writing tunes, and singing. Watch the visuals below, it captures the fun side of life, while people are happily dancing to the beat.

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Born again
I heard all you talk about me
Adeline
Abilene
Something not sure about her name
O ba bara Bumba bara bum bam
This a not a school to teach how you go down
Feel it
Join it
This is what you always needed
Party processing
Not yet
Facciamo l’amore
Mi fai eccitare
Voglio farlo
Voglio passare il resto della mia
la donna loka loka

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There’s A Great Message Behind Nick Davies’ Music, “Earth Without Art”

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“Earth Without Art” is a song with a great message that invites you to reflect on the importance of music. Naturally, the COVID-19 outbreak has affected artists and Nick Davies provides hope through his lyrics and encourages them to never give up. Listening to new tracks in order to boost your mood during quarantine is essential. So, I can’t imagine what will happen if art was forbidden on this planet during this global pandemic. Perhaps, depression and anxiety levels could be on the rise. In any case, the humanitarian vision of Nick and the positive vibes of his latest pop gem is necessary these days. Sonically relaxing but socially conscious of the issues that concern you, this is a fantastic piece and one you could sing! Stream in full below.

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20 Years Of The Blond Ambition Tour

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On April 13th, 1990 Madonna was about to start her third concert tour in support of her fourth studio album “Like a Prayer” and her second soundtrack album, “I’m Breathless”. Who could have guessed this would become one of the most influential tours of all times, one after which any other tour of a pop star would be measured against?

Where was Madonna’s career in 1990?

Madonna’s entire career is one huge anomaly. Close to 40 years in her career debut we are still talking about her, she still makes headlines and even more importantly, she still makes great music with “Madame X” (2019) ending up on many “best of” lists for 2019 even if she was snubbed for a Grammy.


This is why trying to choose a peak for Madonna’s career is close to impossible but there is one era we can surely say is close to the top: the Blond Ambition Tour era. During this time, Madonna has shown that she isn’t just a very smart businesswoman, but also one of the top artists of her day – in retrospect, we can even say of all times.

While she started as a teen idol in the mid-1980s, by the early 1990s she transformed herself into a woman that adults could look up to, could talk about without sounding like they’re trying to keep up with the kids of the day, but also without alienating her teen fanbase. So when she went on tour in 1990, it was bound to be a success.

Why is this tour so iconic?

If you had to sketch Madonna so another person could guess who you’re drawing, it’s very likely that you’d use a cone bra, a blonde ponytail, and a hands-free microphone that thanks to this tour, it has become known as a “Madonna mike”. There was no use of the cvn300 model yet, but she made it work!

The tour had five segments: “Metropolis” (which was inspired by the German film of the same name), “Religious” (inspired by her Catholic upbringing), “Dick Tracy” (after the movie she starred in 1990), “Art Deco” (her tribute to the early years of Hollywood fashion), and an encore.


Looking at these segments, it’s not hard to see why the tour was such a critical success. Artists thrive when they present work inspired by their real-life emotions and experiences, by their interests, etc. We all know Madonna has a thing for questioning religious dogmas and she loves old Hollywood glamour so the tour imagery fit her like a glove.

By using elaborate sets and costume changes that told a story, Madonna basically combined the worlds of opera and rock’n’roll and created a spectacle that is still entertaining 30 years after its debut. Her progressive views on feminism, racism or queer rights were tabu back then and they’re still controversial today, which makes the tour age like fine wine.

This was a show that was accessible to many and it would make you leave the stadium not only entertained but also asking yourself questions: why is female sexuality such a tabu when Michael Jackson and Prince aren’t doing anything that different and they don’t get the same criticism?


The setlist also reads as a sort-of greatest hits for the Queen of Pop as she performed “Holiday”, “Like a Virgin”, “Papa Don’t Preach”, “Like a Prayer”, “Express Yourself” and “Vogue” among other classics. And we must give a shout out to the costumes of Jean-Paul Gaultier as they changed how a pop star could look like!

Fortunately, her artistry remains as seen by her next tours such as “The Girlie Show”, “Confessions Tour” and her most recent one, “Madame X Tour”. We just can’t wait to see what she has prepared for us next!

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Amira’s ‘Broken Angel’ EP Can Make You Feel Many Emotions

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The first listen to this EP is indicative that Amira pours her heart out over all the 5 tracks. It really doesn’t matter if you can relate or not to the lyrics of ‘Broken Angel’. Just the way she conveys her emotions with powerful vocals is what shines the most. Besides the good interaction of guitar, drums, and keyboards, Amira’s Pop-Rock ballads tell different stories. Certainly, she has the ability to sustain long high notes while her deep feelings denote a reflection of different subjects. From love issues to past experiences, she takes you to a journey where hope or inspiration serves as a purpose.

Currently residing in Richmond, VA, she got involved in the music realm as an autodidact. From an early age, she fell in love with the guitar like most musicians. After her stint in a duo with Austin Riley and in the Rock/Blues cover band IMT, Amira has gained a lot of confidence in herself.  So far, the most memorable career moment of this talented singer was her performance of the national anthem at The Diamond baseball stadium. As one can imagine, due to restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic, she has to reschedule her tour. Get more announcements below.

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LISTEN NOW: Alvin Brings An Incredibly Eclectic Sound In His EP, ‘Seven Oaks’

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LISTEN NOW: Alvin Brings An Incredibly Eclectic Sound In His EP, 'Seven Oaks'
Manchester-based talent, Alvin, recently released his 5-track EP, ‘Seven Oaks’. Besides its incredibly eclectic sound, this fresh material is full of feelings and emotions. You can even soothe your ears with his delicate touch and beautiful melodies. What’s more, such soulful vocals are indicative of the great passion he puts on everything he creates.

It is worth mentioning ‘Seven Oaks’ is a continuation from a similar styled EP, entitled, ‘Many Happy Returns’. Surprisingly, Alvin elaborates a fantasy world through his confessional/intimate lyrics, which are poured over hypnotic beats. Therefore, the whole EP may spark your imagination in mere seconds.

‘Seven Oaks’ also has a variety of songs about different subjects like love, dreams, adventures, melancholy, crucial decisions, and changes. Overall, it’s so chill and relaxing no one can complain. If you enjoy this kind of vibe as much as I do, then stay alert on his socials. There will be a new tape coming this summer, please stay tuned for more news!

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