Introducing Aziza Brahim

While her name might not immediately spring to mind, slowly but surely Aziza Brahim is blossoming in the UK and people can't get enough of her infectious style. Born into the Sahrawi Desert Refugee Camp (1976) and witnessing first hand the despair of her people, Aziza grew up to become one of North Africa's most... Continue Reading →

Review: Imelda May Live at De Montfort Hall, Leicester

Irish songstress Imelda May has had a whirlwind of a year since releasing album Life. Love. Flesh. Blood. Receiving rave reviews, nominations for awards and appearing on numerous prime-time shows while extensively touring the UK and Ireland. With all the buzz around Imelda, Musicvein had to venture to the City of Leicester to catch her... Continue Reading →

Gregory Porter Tribute To Prince on Later With Jools Holland

Jazz and soul singer-songwriter Gregory Porter led a chorus of musicians including Mumford & Sons, Baaba Maal and The Very Best in a musical tribute to Prince on BBC show, Later With Jools Holland. Porter, who sites Prince as a significant influence on his music stated: "Prince was one of the musical masters, an extraordinary influence... Continue Reading →

Money Rains Down in Carnaby Street London

Today hundreds of biodegradable reproduction bank notes were released from a roof top in Carnaby Street, London by Grammy-nominated singer songwriter Melody Gardot - much to the delight of passers by. Gardot, who is set to release her album 'Currency of Man' on 1st June, is in town this week to perform live on Later... Continue Reading →

Reddman Uk: Artist Bio

Reddman UK knew from an early age that his calling was in the music industry. It didn't go unnoticed by his parents either as a young Reddman would use any bits of paper he could find to write his music on - which included his school books! Inspired by the legendary Bob Marley, Bounty Killer... Continue Reading →

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