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 →

A-Ha Co-Founder Magne Furuholmen – This Is Now America

A-Ha Keyboard player and band Co-founder Magne Furuholmen's latest single 'This Is Now America' from forth-coming third album White Xmas Lies. A chilled, socially conscious song with echoes of Coldplay and in response to Bowie's 'This is Not America', Magne's 'This Is Now America' points out the situations at the forefront of people's minds, gun... Continue Reading →

LAOISE Collaborates with Christian Tierney on New Music Video ‘Rich’

Irish electro-pop singer LAOISE has revealed the official music video for her track ‘Rich’, taken from her second EP, due for release in spring 2018. The haunting new video was directed by Christian Tierney (who discovered James Bay, worked with Demi Lovato, Connor McGregor and more) and sees LAOISE enter an almost trance-like state as she is corrupted by material objects and... Continue Reading →

Festival Fever: Glastonbury

With Festival season on the horizon you’ll be spoiled for choice as to which one to spend your hard earned cash on! So to make it easier, Musicvein caught up with readers to find out about their experiences and advice for Festival Newbies. Glastonbudget – Fri 26th May to Sun 28th May Tribute festival held in […]

Chloe Ray – My Journey As An Artist

The last time Musicvein caught up with London musician Chloe Ray, she had just released her debut EP 'Waiting Room', was receiving much love from BBC Radio Stations and got herself adopted by various bars in New York! Hearing that Chloe had just released her second EP 'Reprise', gave Musicvein the perfect opportunity to pick... Continue Reading →

Review: Redman and Methodman at the O2 Kentish Town

June 2015, Shaolin philosophers of the Hiphop world, the Wu Tang Clan played a spectacular show at the Brixton Academy, there was only one problem Methodman had to fly back to the States for filming commitments much to the disappointment of fans. Fast forward to April 2016, Redman and Methodman - the dynamic duo of... Continue Reading →

Musicvein Interviews Chloe Ray

Last week I posted a quick review on Chloe Ray's debut EP 'The Waiting Room' but just who is this new singer from London, and what makes her tick. Musicvein had a chat with the singer/songwriter to find out more. Tell me about your influences? "Well from an early age I sort of was interested in... Continue Reading →

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