With the help of Henri aka Henrietta Tiefenthaler’s angelic tones, ‘Hold Me’ grabbed me from the very start with its melodic, easy listening, trance- like summer vibe. With an injection of ‘deep bass’, the song is transformed into an inevitable ‘Club-Land Classic’.
‘Hold Me’ is a very addictive, atmospheric piece of ‘Pop Electronica’, from Golden City Boy Raik.
Track two from this debut release, La Musique, is an upbeat high energy synthfest that perfectly compliments Hold Me” and ultimately, after the first listen, leaves you craving more.
(Review Courtesy of our New writer Sian)
This week we will be reviewing 1 or 2 events at the weekend and one of our newest team members Chelsie will be writing us an article about her night out in the cold for the Sleep Easy campaign “Sleep rough so others don’t have to” hopefully images to go with. Also maybe something else from another new writer Sian.
Also we will be reviewing this week for BackseatMafia various new releases sent in by PR: Continue reading This Weeks Reviews
Our review of COEDS new track
Before being asked to review the new track from the Coeds, I had never heard of them, which I suppose is the case in most reviews but this track and duo are very likeable. I was really impressed with the song itself, falling directly into what you might identify as electro pop. Coeds are made up from members Merideth Muñoz & Ryan Kailath and they come from Austin, TX / New York, NY.
They started writing songs in the Summer of 2013 after a three-year haitus (the pair are old friends). While Ryan was in town for a visit, they laid down ‘Sensitive Boys’ just for fun in very little time, and were pleasantly surprised by what they heard. So much so, they continued to collaborate online, despite the distance between the two, and they released their first single in January 2014.
It’s certainly a good job Ryan visited because this track does…
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Night At The Museum (No Not The Kids Film) although I will admit it is shamefully entertaining but no back to the matter in hand.
This is a yearly competition that is near to closing it’s votes so more on the venues competing to host an interesting exhibition brought to you by:
This for the winning venue means an exciting evening event of art interventions and possible outbreaks of karaoke during the weekend of Thursday May 15 – Saturday May 17.
The venues in the running for this year include:
- 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe
- Haworth Art Gallery, Accrington
- The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent
- Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle
Obviously being Scunthorpe Nights we support our local venue, which also won last year, it was a fantastic evening very different to anything we have experienced before and added a nice insight into artistic culture…
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