Elton John 29 Years Sober

Taking to Social media today, Sir Elton John revealed he's 29 years sober after admitting he needed help. "I was a broken man..." he wrote "Thank you to all the selfless people who have helped me on my journey through sobriety..." Elton's battle with alcohol and drugs was documented in recent biopic 'Rocketman' featuring Taron... Continue Reading →

Miloš Karadaglić Returns with Symbolic Album – The Sound of Silence

Classical artist Miloš Karadaglić returns with his 5th studio album The Sound of Silence - out 13th September on Decca Classics. Back in 2016 following the release of 'Blackbird', his cover of much loved Beatles songs, Miloš suffered a devastating hand injury which forced him to quit playing until fully recovered. New album The Sound... Continue Reading →

Review: Death Wish by Zoë

Introducing LA based singer and songwriter Zoë, whose latest single 'Death Wish' is out now. A feminist and advocate for people with Mental Health issues, Zoë's music speaks out on the struggles many of us face. New single 'Death Wish', produced by Taylor Wilzbach, sparks fresh conversation on the subject of 'male privilege' and how... Continue Reading →

DJ TOKiMONSTA Remixes Ólafur Arnalds ‘they sink’

Ólafur Arnalds has released a new funky version of ‘they sink’, remixed by Grammy nominated record producer and DJ TOKiMONSTA (Jennifer Lee).  The original chilled version of the track features on Ólafur’s critically acclaimed album re:member, which is out now on Mercury KX. "I met TOKiMONSTA when playing alongside each other at Sónar Reykjavík a couple of years ago. Instantly fascinated by... Continue Reading →

Hector Mario ft Alejandro Irizarry – Se Parece a ti

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYtgaKNCkYo What's not to love about this Reggae summer jam by Hector Mario and Alejandro Irizarry. The video shot on the beautiful west coast of Puerto Rico (Playa Jobos) works in harmony with this song of unrequited love. Musicvein caught up Hector and Alejandro (childhood friends) about their collaboration. Musicvein: Hector! What a great debut... Continue Reading →

Review: Love Lust by Tale of Two

Here at Musicvein we're excited about the release of new single 'Love Lust' by Dickensian duo Gemma Rogers and Alfie Jackson aka Tale of Two. Following their mini UK tour, final stop Kendal Calling Festival at the end of the month, they found time to slip in the release of this tale of carnality and... Continue Reading →

Review: Kishi Bashi – Violin Tsunami

Photo credit: Max Ritter When an ordained Buddhist priest of Japanese-Brazilian descent gift Kishi Bashi a violin, he was instantly inspired to create the piece 'Violin Tsunami'. The priest and luthier told Kishi that the violin embodied his prayers for the victims and survivors of the 2011 Fukushima Disaster, into the making of the instrument.... Continue Reading →

Jeff Goldblum Announces 2nd Album at Glastonbury

After the tremendous success of his debut album last year, Jeff Goldblum revealed he is to release a second album through Decca Records. Announced during his Sunday afternoon set at Glastonbury – Jeff revealed he has been in the recording studio in LA with his long-time band The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra and a variety of surprising and very... Continue Reading →

Sir David Attenborough makes Glastonbury Debut with Seven Worlds One Planet Live

National treasure Sir David Attenborough made his Glastonbury debut this weekend with a Live presentation of Seven Worlds One Planet. Walking on to the Greenpeace stage to huge admiration, David seemed lost for words as he thanked the crowd for his welcome. Ever the professional Sir David went on to commend the Glastonbury Festival for... Continue Reading →

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