Musicvein Quotes: Music Gives My Imagination Wings

Does your mind transcend when listening to a piece of music? I was listening to Ludovico Einaudi's - Seven Days Walking album and could visualize myself cold, while taking a brisk walk, noting all the animals and occasional people I encountered along the way. More recently I happened to be listening to Pink Floyd's -... Continue Reading →

Musicvein Interviews Walter Di Bello on Debut Album The Right Thing To Do

On my never ending quest for seeking out great new music, I recently came across Italian musician Walter Di Bello – his striking voice and style intrigued me, so Musicvein tracked him down to find out more. Talking from his home in the beautiful city of Salerno, Italy, Walter gave Musicvein an insight to his... Continue Reading →

Pink Floyd Release ‘The Early Years 1965 -1972’ November 2016

Pink Floyd will release The Early Years 1965 - 1972 on 11th November 2016. The 27 disc box set will include over 20 previously unheard songs - material from their vast archive of music which dates back to the beginning of their career pre David Gilmour. Presented in 7 individual book style packages, the set... Continue Reading →

Sound of Sinning by Monophonics

Hot summer day are a coming and what better sound track to have accompanying your life than the Monophonics 'Sound Of Sinning'. Opening with the rip-roaring 'Lying Eyes' you're immediately transported back to the sweet 60's where British Rock bands like the Stones, Floyd and Who ruled the airwaves. With Austin Bohlman rolling those bad-ass... Continue Reading →

Joel Compass To Work With Rita Ora – Interview at NCS Yes Live

Hot off the stage and surging with excitement, I caught up with Joel Compass at last Saturday's NCS Yes Live gig in London. I get the low down on what's he's doing, his involvement with NCS and an exclusive on who's he's working with next. MV: Thanks for taking the time out to do this... Continue Reading →

Signs by Kaz Simmons

October 2013 saw the release of Kaz Simmons fourth album 'Signs' but unlike previous offerings this album isn't a jazz one. Think Kate Bush, Pink Floyd and Jethro Tull and you'll begin to picture what Kaz Simmons has in 'Signs'. There's an old feel to the album yet she sings - in her butterfly-like soft voice... Continue Reading →

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