Review: Kanye West – Jesus Is King

Having just released his 9th studio album, Kanye West, the man who is no stranger to controversy, has divided opinion not only with 'Jesus Is King' but his decision to only make Christian music going forward. So just what was it that had people, particularly the Christian community, up in arms? Musicvein had to listen... Continue Reading →

Jeff Goldblum & Miley Cyrus – The Thrill Is Gone

Hollywood icon & jazz pianist Jeff Goldblum has teamed up Miley Cyrus for his new song, ‘The Thrill is Gone’, a Chet Baker cover. Taken from second album I Shouldn't Be Telling You This, Jeff suggested the collaboration to his friend Miley and the unlikely duo recorded a brand new version of ‘The Thrill is Gone’. Speaking about... Continue Reading →

Rhys Lewis – Be Your Man

Out today, Rhys Lewis share's new single 'Be Your Man'. Tackling the heartache that comes with unrequited love, ‘Be Your Man’ explores the all too familiar feeling of being in a relationship with someone who is still hung up on an ex. Rhys says, "Be Your Man’ is of those songs that I'm still very much connected to emotionally,... Continue Reading →

Review: White Xmas Lies by Magne Furuholmen

As Christmas albums go, they're generally like the bubble n squeak of Boxing Day - nothing spectacular no matter how you zhuzh it up. Still, earworms of white christmas', mistletoe, warm fuzzy feelings and family are what we crave, so Magne Furuholmen turns that upside down with his pensive 'White Xmas Lies'. Here Magne focus'... Continue Reading →

Peaky Blinders Soundtrack

The first ever official Peaky Blinders soundtrack is set for release 15 November. Featuring the show's theme song 'Red Right Hand' by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, as well as tracks by PJ Harvey, Arctic Monkeys, Radiohead, Laura Marling, Royal Blood and David Bowie. The album will come in CD and Vinyl formats, also... Continue Reading →

Kasabian: Solstice II Tickets on Sale Friday

Leicester band Kasabian have announced their only gig in 2020 will be a special homecoming show at Victoria Park, Leicester. With 5 UK No. 1 albums under their belt, 20 June 2020 promises to be a massive affair. "We’re absolutely buzzing to be able to put on Solstice II in our home town of Leicester!... Continue Reading →

January Blues Festival – London 2020

January's can be pretty boring post festivities so why not plan ahead now and purchase tickets to the Blues Festival taking place 15th to 31st January. With performances by Mud Morganfield, Ben Poole, Sonny Landreth, Martha High and Dr Feelgood, there's a little something for everyone. Listings: Stan Webb's Chicken Shack | Guests: The Sharpeez... Continue Reading →

David Gray: White Ladder Anniversary CD

20 years on since its release 'White Ladder' by David Gray still remains in the top 30 best-selling British albums of all time. Recorded on small budget in Gray's bedroom of his then Stoke Newington home, David experimented with drum machines and electronic elements to create White Ladder - an album that would go on... Continue Reading →

Jean-Michel Blais Releases Soundtrack To Xavier Dolan Film Matthias & Maxime

French-Canadian composer and pianist Jean-Michel Blais will release the soundtrack to Canadian director Xavier Dolan’s upcoming film release, ‘Matthias & Maxime’, on Mercury KX, 25th October. The Montreal-based composer was chosen by the acclaimed actor and film-maker to write the music for the film, which received its world premiere in May at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.  The music for the ‘Matthias... Continue Reading →

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