Discovering Sundara Karma

Word and mouth is possibly one of the most popular and definitely the most cost effective ways of promotion. Music always being something people want to share with others, it is possibly the industry to benefit from this the most. Although the English indie pop/rock band Sundara Karma have not been around for that long I’m not sure I would have heard about them had it not been for a friend. This would have been a great loss on my part as I am shocked I’ve never listened to them before. Just from the first song I listened to I knew I needed to share this musical experience with more people.

Beginning in 2011 and hailing from Reading, England, the band consists of Oscar Pollock on guitar and vocals, Ally Baty on lead guitar, Dom Cordell on bass and Haydn Evans on drums. The sound of the band is something that can be likened to ‘classic indie’, that something slightly different that doesn’t quite fit into the mainstream but pushes the boundaries of a niche market at the same time.

Back when both Pollock and Evans were still in secondary school they decided to start playing music together, forming a few bands that fell through until some time later. Meeting Baty and Cordell seemed to help them find that little something the other two were missing and birthed the creation that is Sundara Karma. The band take their name from Sanskrit words meaning ‘Beautiful Karma’ which could be seen as an overall description of their music. A beautiful sound that can instantly brighten your mood and just brush off the worries of the day because that’s just life.

In July 2013 Sundara Karma released their debut single ‘Freshbloom’ on SoundCloud which is a fast paced song perfect to jam out to when getting ready for a night out. They take the idea of a monotonous tune and turn it into something truly artistic as the beat constantly builds to the chorus before mellowing momentarily and hitting back hard. ‘Freshbloom’ alone embodies a sound that will inspire and seduce you with a combination of a heavy beat and Pollock’s echoing voice. Sundara Karma have been described as indie art and their lyrics are undeniable evidence of this claim. ‘Freshbloom’ is an artistic combination of poetic words that seem to describe a night the narrator never wants to end, how they want to ‘live another moonlight’ and ‘see smoke dance through the air.’

Listen to ‘Freshbloom’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_55uGQyyrg

The artistic beauty of ‘Freshbloom’ led to the band supporting Swim Deep for their UK tour in 2013 along with Wolf Alice as well as making their debut performance at Reading Festival the same year. By March 2014 they released their second single, ‘Cold Heaven’, on Chess Club Records before going on to release two more singles later that year. One of those singles, ‘Indigo Puff,’ was used in an Australian TV ad in 2015 for Mercedes-Benz. After a few years of slow single releases the band came together to release their first EP, EP I, in 2015 before being officially signed to Chess Club Records. Their first EP lead to a second, simply titled EP II, that featured singer-songwriter Marika Hackman in the song ‘Prisons to Purify.’

The slow building progress of their music has brought Sundara Karma to the growing rock star status they are being donned with today. After signing with Sony’s RCA label, the guys released their first fully fledged debut album Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect earlier this year. The album hit number twenty-four on the UK Albums chart and led to the band being the support act for Two Door Cinema Club and Bastille. Youth is Only Every Fun in Retrospect is an example of modern age rock and continues the band’s reputation as a festival band. Each song being something that conjures the need to hear it live and no doubt viciously increase the demand for tour tickets. Sundara Karma have obviously taken a leaf out of Mumford and Sons book by creating music that will evoke happy memories and good moods no matter the song’s subject content. Tracks such as ‘Loveblood’ further push the band forward as artists with lyrics that explore love in a profoundly literary way.

Listen to ‘Loveblood’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wK_Bzu0GUc

Before even learning anything about the band, ‘Happy Family’ from their debut album had me hooked and needing my next fix of the band’s music before the track had even finished. The sound of the track evokes visions of long road trips and festival nights with a beautifully simple guitar riff for the introduction. The vocals of the song are soothing and unique, soaring throughout the track in an almost angelic nature. ‘Happy Family’ lulls you into a trance you are quickly awakened from by the two minute point as the initial sound fades and hits back with a prominent drum beat that builds into something you can’t help but dance to. The song manages to be comforting and something to keep you on your toes simultaneously.

Listen to ‘Happy Family’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3bGs64ipYpU

Although Sundara Karma are slowly climbing the ladder of success they are no doubt on their way up. A band taking advantage of a growing festival mad world and bringing the effortless fun music of these events directly to their audience no matter where they are.

Links:

Website: https://www.sundara-karma.co.uk/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SundaraKarma?fref=ts

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/SundaraKarma

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sundarakarma/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/sundarakarma

 

Review by Skye W. Winwood

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Eminem stands against Donald Trump in diss track ‘The Storm’

Rap artist Eminem is notorious for his controversial music from the topics of his songs to the kind of language used. The rapper received an insane combination of both hate and praise in his early years and, although some still don’t like his music, it is undeniable how the man himself has grown. Proving the years of wisdom and maturity he has gained by releasing ‘The Storm’ at the BET Hip Hop Awards. A four and a half minute track composed purely of hard hitting, honest lyrics against Donald Trump and his presidential campaign.

Listen to ‘The Storm’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LunHybOKIjU

Tensions leading up to the 2016 Presidential elections exploded on two sides when it was announced Donald J. Trump would be the 45th President of the United States. Winning on policies that have been proven to be discriminative, dangerous and overall damning of minorities across the USA. Since his inauguration into the White House people have risen as a collective to challenge Trump and push him out of office, including a multitude of celebrities that are using their status to make aware those who are ignorantly hiding in the dark. The personal respect I have for these celebrities is immeasurable and I can only express gratitude for people responsibly using the positions they have to address such distressing issues.

Eminem is one of these celebrities who will have my eternal respect after releasing his track ‘The Storm’ on Tuesday 10th October. The title alone speaks volumes toward the importance of the song as it promises the storm Eminem plans to bring down on Trump in the form of both the raining of lyrics in the track but also how he hopes the song will rally people to stand up against Trump. The freestyle track high lights the importance of the views contained in the lyrics by being supported by no music. Nothing to obscure or obstruct the important message Eminem is trying to get across to his fans as well as anyone willing to listen. The lyrics stand out in the sharp and cutting way Eminem has always preformed with a passionate style that can be heard even in the pauses.

The lyrics of the track criticise Trump’s policies and campaign promises as well as questioning his patriotism. Eminem calls Trump out by saying ‘he waits for sh** to quiet down, he’ll just gas up his plane and fly around till the bombing stops’ after making reference to the ‘nuclear holocaust’ Trump is at risk of causing. These lyrics bring to light the question on whether Trump will be an honourable captain and go down with the ship he is sinking, effectively calling him a coward and further questioning whether this is the man America wants as their president. The disturbing and striking imagery conjured up from ‘holocaust’ and ‘kamikaze’ is both shocking and powerful, emphasising the issues Trump’s campaign was built on. As well as making clear the magnitude at which this is an issue, that Trump’s campaign is being likened to devastating historical events.

The track also draws attention to Trump’s inconsistences by saying he is doing the ‘same sh** that he tormented Hillary for and he slandered/then does it more’, proving that the world is watching and there are people who see right through him. Eminem then tears down Trump by speaking about the military and how black soldiers ‘come home from Iraq/and is still told to go back to Africa/fork and dagger in this racist 94-year-old grandpa’. The simple lyrics ridicule Trump and strip him of his power, proving that his status as President does not excuse his racist and discriminative views. Going so far as to say his politics are made of nothing but ‘tricks’ and drawing attention to important recent events such as the shooting in Nevada that has not changed Trump’s policy on gun law in America. Eminem also pays tribute to Colin Kaepernick in the lyrics, ‘f*** that, this is for Colin, ball up a fist/and keep that shit balled like Donald the bitch’. Kaepernick was the first NFL player to protest standing during the national anthem. Eminem not only praises this protest but unites all of those who oppose Trump.

The track ends with Eminem both calling out and calling on his fans saying he is ‘drawing a line in the sand: you’re either for or against.’ Stating now is the time to choose a side and stop idly waiting by for things to blow over because they won’t. The last few lyrics are truly powerful: ‘the rest of American stand up/we love our military, and we love our country/but we f****** hate Trump.’ These lines are so important because they address the issue that if you do not support your President it means you are not truly an American and that you must hate America. Of course this is not the case and Eminem is taking one more step forward in the movement to waking up America.

To me the track speaks one simple message: storms may pass but the destruction they leave behind can be devastating.

Links:

https://twitter.com/Eminem

http://www.eminem.com/

https://www.facebook.com/eminem/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40452360

http://www.etonline.com/news/22255

 

Review by Skye W. Winwood

The NaveBlues self-titled album is a new generation of blues music

When it comes to music some artists focus on sound whilst others are meticulous about lyrics, The NaveBlues are a band who seem to have found the perfect balance of both. Standing at a crossroads of music and managing to take both paths, the four piece Norwegian blues band are bringing back classic blues music with their own personal twist to keep things interesting. Consisting of bass, guitar and drums as the basis of their sound The NaveBlues will both shock and impress you with their peace, love and harmonica approach to music.

The band’s new album, named after themselves The NaveBlues, has a beautifully unique selling point in the form of lead singer Nave Pundik’s insane harmonica playing. Their lead track ‘Possess You’ is a perfect example of Nave’s vocal and instrumental talent for an instrument that hasn’t seen the spotlight for some years.

Watch the music video for ‘Possess You’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c36gUUyVrLs

‘Possess You’ is a spine tingling track that resonates with a similar sound to rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival and evokes images of a desert sky moving rapidly from day to night. The track begins with a guitar riff that is not that unlike something from The Foo Fighters before plunging deep into the pool of blues music. The first two minutes are a showcase of Nave’s rock star level harmonica playing that seems to sing as passionately as any voice could. The vibrating continuous notes soar high and low with an inclination that speaks beautiful words without any sound passing Nave’s lips. The song could work as a completely lyrical-less piece but Nave’s singing at the mid-way point drives home the message of the song. Nave’s vocals compliment his harmonica playing with the same inflection and vocal style that can be compared to Kristofer Dommin of the band Dommin and evokes a similar sound to Type O Negative’s Peter Steele; Nave’s bluesy rock voice is a perfect finisher for the blues inspired track. The song also showcases The NaveBlues potential to slip into other genres such as space rock as ‘Possess You’ also has Muse hints hidden within the sound.

The NaveBlues have also challenged musical conventions by covering Led Zeppelin’s ‘Thank You’ that continues the hint of space rock with their human adapting to a lonely life on mars music video.

Watch the music video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jt9uzozpzGQ

The NaveBlues push musical boundaries by taking the simple, plaintive song and turning it into something both visually and musically fantastical. Through the band’s adaption the song becomes something more intense than the original and works perfectly for the angle they decided to put on it. The pure passion for music this band embodies is encapsulated in ‘Thank You’ through the unbelievable harmonica solos and Nave’s rustic vocals overlapping with those of a soft female voice. Covering ‘Thank You’ further proves how The NaveBlues cannot be pigeonholed and will fly with ease between different genres such as rock, soul, indie and still manage to hold all the conventions of blues music.

The NaveBlues, and their new album, are the band to listen to for anyone who is a fan of musical genius and insane instrumental talent.

Links:

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4PjTCsYQH7Nu1dsSczZ5HK

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6KVhYc1E4ccnMPtpvzpCQw

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNaveBlues/

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/naveblues

Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/thenaveblues/

Website: http://thenaveblues.com/

 

Review by Skye W. Winwood

Mosaic are inviting you on a night out with their new single ‘Rio’

Indie music has gone through a rapid evolution over the years, changing and adapting to survive in the harsh world of the dynamically progressing music industry. The term ‘indie’ stems from the word ‘individual’ to high light how during the genre’s rise, artists achieved success off their own backs. Since then indie music has faded in and out in popularity, flowing through both mainstream and niche audiences but always undeniably in demand. This unwavering demand through the years can be narrowed down to a few bands that stood at the front line of indie music and a band now taking up arms is Mosaic.

Mosaic are an indie band based in Newbury consisting of Craig on vocals, Adam on guitar, Will on guitar, Dan on bass and Simon on drums. The band’s name is fitting as they are a combination of a few genres just as classical indie music should be with elements of both pop and rock in their sound. These five guys are the poster boys for the culmination of the British indie movement, donning the ever growing self-confident personas needed to thrive in the music industry. Mosaic have the potential to become the new favourite of any wandering souls at university with a thirst for down-to-a-‘t’ relatable music.

Their new single ‘Rio’ is a song spilling over with drunken university nights that burst forth into hungover mornings that are made better by the memories made the night before. ‘Rio’ has a sound and lyrics that instantly connect with their audience and makes it seem like the song was written just for you. Craig’s quick and quip vocals turn the song into a whirl wind of fun that is perfect to get you pumped up during any pre drinks, the rest of the music keeping up and only becoming more intoxicated as the song goes on. Taking influence from indie bands of eras gone by ‘Rio’ is akin to The Kooks and The Wombats but with a modern day twist that likens Mosaic to Bloc Party and The 1975. Fans of The Arctic Monkeys, also, may be pleasantly surprised by Mosaic and all they have to offer in the form of indie music.

‘Rio’ is out now and is a must for any university going out playlist.

Links:

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/mosaicofficial

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuenCiVLKdpI_cs-989bsUQ

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MosaicUK/

Twitter: https://twitter.com_mosaicofficial

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_mosaicofficial/

Website: https://www.mosaicofficial.co.uk

 

Review by Skye W.Winwood

New collaboration album from Michaela Polakova and Natalie Kocab

Composer Michaela Polakova and singer/songwriter Natalie Kocab have joined forces to create intricately dark music in the form of their new album Ellis Island. A contemporary musical experience that takes inspiration from the meticulous story telling of eras gone by such as the 70s and 80s. An out of this time album that is sure to lure you into a siren’s trance.

Artists such as Michaela and Natalie working together should lead to the inevitable condemning words in the music industry of ‘musical differences’. However the two have managed to transcend gene and cultural differences to create something utterly breath taking that otherwise could not exist. The overall incandescent darkness of Ellis Island is based on the sound of Michaela’s classical background with the piano and string quartet compositions. The effect sensually chilling to listen to when combined with Natalie’s vocals that create a sense of mystery you can’t help but be intrigued by. The sound of the album can be compared to the likes of Nick Cave with it’s explorations of both the mind and human spirit, the song ‘Underwater’ alone exposing the hardships of life some of us are ignorant to. Ellis Island is a dark, eye opening tale that could be akin to a musical awakening.

The brilliance of this album did not happen overnight, however, but is a collective of hard work from a multitude of talented musicians. The project is of course the brainchild of Michaela and Natalie but even they realised something on this scale could not be accomplished with only the two of them. After meeting during the making of the album Hummingbirds in Iceland, which received outstanding reviews in Europe, the two recognised in one another what they themselves could be lacking. From here the album was created with the help of The Verve’s guitarist Nick McCabe as well as long-time bassist Fernando Saunders of Lou Reed. Initially the two recruited McCabe for a single track but after being moved by the sound of the album the guitarist took it to heart and ended up contributing to a total of eight tracks on the album. Saunders also showed his love for the work Michaela and Natalie were doing and both these praises are just as slice of the recognition Ellis Island deserves.

The album is infused with 90s indie music vibes and has a sound not unlike G Tom Mac’s ‘Cry Little Sister’ leading also to a distinctive 80s hint in the sound. Specifically the song ‘Underwater’ which is a beautifully dark composition that highlights physical and emotional struggle through the soaring notes and powerful vocals. The track is a spiralling roller-coaster of genuinely moving musical talent that can be described as nothing less than beautiful. This beauty, however, is one of a sinister nature once the electric guitar kicks in at the song’s crescendo that will leave you with an insatiable need to fill that strange hollowness it leaves in you with more of the album’s music.

Watch the video to “Underwater” here: https://youtu.be/omx-6V6hbk8

The song to fill this hollowness is ‘Social Affair’ with its dream like sound that will send you into a trance whilst still embodying the same dark, swelling emotion of ‘Underwater.’ ‘Social Affair’ seems to move forward in time to have a more 90s vibe to it, the repeating guitar riffs not unlike music from Love Spit Love but slightly softer. Something that you can put on, plug in your head phones and let the music consume you into a tranquil state. The repeating lyrics of ‘come find me’ in the opening set a good rhythmic tone for the rest of the song.

Yet if you want something more to pull at your music heartstrings like ‘Underwater’, the album also includes the orchestral piece ‘These Years.’ A combination of string instruments and piano keys that is harrowing and immensely creative at the same time; marrying both a heartfelt ballad and a musical score into one. The swaying sound is as hypnotic as the rest of Ellis Island as well as conveying the raw emotion behind the song in its own right.

Ellis Island is out now and available for digital download at https://wmcz.lnk.to/ellisisland and is an undeniable creative album that will sweep you away before pulling you in deep into the dark yet beautiful world Michaela and Natalie have created.

Links:

Soundcloud:  https://soundcloud.com/nataliekocabmichaelapolakova

Youtube:  https://youtu.be/QDOEQVGicqM

                   https://youtu.be/sT1g9fYFon0

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/Ellisislandalbum/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

 

Review by Skye W.Winwood

Mavis Victory Project- Don’t Go Away

Meet MAVIS VICTORY PROJECT. Formed by the Ransom brothers – singer Michael, Phil on rhythm guitar, Ollie on bass, Chris on drums and Robert Rosser on guitar and keyboard – the whole collective is self-taught.

Oozing seedy electronic loops and with echoing, swooping vocals, their sound is all dangerous street corners; distant sirens and the creeping underworld. Appropriately, their video is just as unhinged, inviting you into their world.

With influences including Arctic Monkeys and ScHoolboy Q, Mavis Victory Project is the musical equivalent of joining a cult – once you’re in, you wonder how you ever managed without.

https://soundcloud.com/mavisvictoryproject/sets/mavis-victory-project

https://www.facebook.com/mavis.official/

https://www.instagram.com/mavis_victory_project/

Lawrence Preston has ‘Something For You’

Music has gone through transformations for both the better and the worst but as musical technology advances, artists seem to be forgetting that creating music is something more than a quick profit. Hiding behind auto-tune and getting lost in pigeon-hole conventions music is slowly becoming a hypodermic needle some consumers are willingly injecting because they know no different. Lawrence Preston is a welcome break from this mass production and stands as a reminder that there are genuine artists still out there. Creating soul music with real heart, the singer/songwriter has returned with his new single ‘Something For You.’

Watch the music video here: https://www.vevo.com/watch/lawrence-preston/something-for-you/TIVEV1725150

Emerging initially in the 90s, Lawrence recorded his first full length album in 1997 that contained the glowing wealth of experience he already had as a musician. Born into a musical family in San Francisco Lawrence was destined for musical greatness before he could even learn to speak, no matter sing! His parents formed a gospel group (The Sensational Travelers) at the local church where his grandfather was a pastor and it is undeniable this connection made it into Lawrence’s incredible voice. By the age of five he was a part of another family gospel group that was known locally as The Gospel Jackson Five but had the official name of Fantastic Four and was only the beginning of Lawrence’s lifelong commitment to music. This unwavering commitment turned Lawrence not only into a singer but also multi-instrumentalist as he is able to play the trombone and guitar but shows his true talent with the bass.

By age nineteen, Lawrence already had a horde of musical talent and personal experience under his belt but just needed to catch one influential eye to showcase this. He caught that eye in the form of Freddie Stone who is the founder of Sly & The Family Stone who recommended him to Dorothy Morrison. Morrison recognised Lawrence’s bass talent and had him play for a significant amount of time in her gospel band in the 1980s. This professional experience lead to Lawrence’s album in the 90s and now he’s back with his new single ‘Something For You.’

‘Something For You’ is a soul infused track that perfectly marries Lawrence’s smooth vocals and his magnetic bass playing. From the first note the song draws you in and maintains a low burning rhythm of ultra-smooth funk that brings to mind the likes of Marcus Miller, Rustee Allen and Stanley Clarke. Lawrence’s velvet vocals make you feel as if he is singing directly to you and is almost a blessing beating upon your eardrum. Available now, ‘Something For You’ is exactly what it promises to be.

Links:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/@law_preston

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lawrence.preston.37

 

Review by Skye W.Winwood

Crack of Dawn are stealing the spotlight with their new single

When two experienced musicians come together to create a piece of music, expectations are high and the delivery is normally beyond people’s expectations. Yet this occurrence can happen once in a blue moon so Crack of Dawn could be classed as a musical miracle with the musicians they have in their ranks.

The band features guitarist and producer Carly Harvey who has been the lead guitarist for Toots & the Maytals since their Live at Hammersmith album in 1980. Even sharing the group’s 2004 Grammy win and joining them on a world support tour with bands like the Rolling Stones and Santana. Next is sax player Rupert Harvey who is the founder of Canada’s most successful reggae band (Messenjah). Trevor Daley who has played with the reggae group Third World is also on board, along with trumpeter Alexis Baro, keyboardist Bela Hayman, drummer Carl Otway, bassist Charles Sinclair and to finish the jam packed act off is Michael Dunston with his undeniably smooth soulful voice. The combining of these talented musicians with their abundance of musical experience creates something more powerful than a mere band. The group almost becoming a movement of sheer power that will both physically and emotionally move you with their music.

After being discovered by Otis Redding’s producer, Crack of Dawn were the first black band to be signed to a major label and have by passed their contemporaries Earth, Wind and Fire. Despite being predicted for great things and being one of Canada’s greatest musical success stories for nearly 40 years, the band have remained quiet for some time until the explosion of their new single ‘Spotlight.’ A five minute, hypnotic track of expressing both a romance in the form of a heartfelt love song and the band’s love for their fans and all the support they have and continue to receive. The music almost breezes through your mind on smooth tranquil tones with rhythmic bursts of musical light that will make it impossible to stay still whilst the song is playing.

Back in their own spotlight Crack of Dawn have stolen the show beyond their musicals pasts and created something that just solidifies their places as professional musicians. The single is set to be released on November 19th of this year and promises to be only the beginning of Crack of Dawn’s return.

Links:

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoNzxEP5sJc

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CrackofDawnBand/ 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/crackofdawnofficial/?hl=en

Website: https://www.crackofdawn.ca/ 

 

Review by Skye W.Winwood

Meet AdzBrandMusic

Adam Bateson is yet another Youtube pioneer using the multimedia social networking site to promote his music. Originating from England Adam is better known by his online persona as AdzBrandMusic. An everyday guy hoping to achieve something greater by sharing his music across the platform, Adam has a refreshing music style and humour to engage his audience and keep them hooked.

Check out his Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC49fR3yXvssJXLCQXR6tRjw

Still only a small Youtube channel I first came across Adam through the blog site Tumblr when he promoted himself in quite a humorous way, explaining he didn’t want to seem ‘spammy’ but just wanted to put himself out there. An approach, as a writer, I can respect and after listening to his music I see no reason why he shouldn’t continue to promote himself in any way he can. Adam’s down to earth persona comes across well in his music, particularly in the song ‘A Better Time’; a song about growing up and the memories that come from that. Being a British native myself, it’s encouraging to see someone writing nostalgia for things American artists can’t relate to.

Listen to ‘A Better Time’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cea3yooFM0s

Adam cites his musical inspirations as the Artic Monkeys, The Shins, Brian Fallon and Urthboy; all musical styles that are evident in his own music so fans of these artists should be sure to check out Adam’s music. His soft vocals combine well with his guitar playing to create something both pleasing and entertaining to listen to like something from a modern 90s era. After a song like ‘Breaks’ you won’t be able to keep your feet still from tapping along to his chord playing.

Listen to ‘Breaks’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7_Nfi3mEac

Not only is Adam a talented musician but he also creates personal videos to connect with his audience such as ‘Things Panic! At The Disco Fans Say’ as well as the ‘F***boy Song’. The second a topical song about the kind of guys I’m sure we’ve all come across on the internet. Adam appears to have a true love for music and creates it for his target audience but more importantly for himself. Realising music with that slight personal touch will reach an audience better than something manufactured for the soul purpose of gaining fame. However this is not to say Adam doesn’t dream of one day making his hobby into his day job but until then he seems to sincerely appreciate any support people are able to offer him.

Only one man and his guitar for now, Adam has the potential to continue growing as an artist with the help and support from people who appreciate it’s not always easy to make it but putting yourself out there is half of the battle.

Links:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC49fR3yXvssJXLCQXR6tRjw

https://adzbrandmusic.tumblr.com/

https://www.instagram.com/adzbrandmusic/

 

Review by Skye W.Winwood

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