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 →

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 →

Review: Megzz – Love Tonight

New on the Musicvein radar is 20 year old singer Megzz hailing from Oxfordshire. New single Love Tonight is one full of youthful energy and vibrancy. Singing about the collision in love feelings against a backdrop of pop, dancehall and RnB beats - Love Tonight will be adored by fans of sassy females like Dua... Continue Reading →

Spotify Playlist: Musicvein – That Friday Feeling

The perfect soundtrack to get you in the mood for the weekend. Featuring some of Musicvein's favourite artists - Kings of Tomorrow, Honne, Mac Ayres and FKJ, this is an hour of bliss to get you in the party mood! Grab a drink and hit play. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5iC16JF1oR1MojhbgKLSk1

Austel – Now We’re Here

Photo Credit: Emily Lindsay Brown Now if you're already a fan of Austel, new single Now We're Here will come as a bit of a shock to you or will it? If you listen to 'Crows' from last EP 'Unfold', the tell-tale signs were already there in the basslines and electronic sounds, all that was... Continue Reading →

BBC Radio 1 Fave Lucy Whittaker – Looking for Local Support Acts on UK Tour

Fresh back from performing at SXSW, BBC Radio 1 and Clash Magazine fave Lucy Whittaker is soon to embark on her first headline UK Tour. The 20 year old Electro-pop artist is asking musicians to submit links to their music and social media, in a bid to find acts to join her on various legs... Continue Reading →

Camera Soul Presents Existence

Camera Soul members L-R: Pippo, Fabio, Maria, Beppe and Alex Super-funky Bari group Camera Soul present their fifth studio album Existence - yet proving they are far more than just existing in the music world. New album 'Existence' is like an extension of last album 'Connections' just as smooth with both dance-able rhythms and down-tempo... Continue Reading →

Ludovico Einaudi Completes Seven Day Project and Sells Out The Barbican

Following his sold-out, seven-night residency at the Barbican, London, last week, Decca announced the release of ‘Seven Days Walking: Day Seven’ by Classical composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi - the climactic episode in his seven-volume collection. The work is Einaudi's most ambitious project yet, with seven albums released over as many months. Planned for release on 20th September... Continue Reading →

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