At midnight on May 17th Halsey dropped her anticipated single, “Nightmare”, she’d been teasing it for a few weeks on social media with teasers of the video, photos, and lyrics.Continue reading “Halsey releases new single ‘Nightmare’ | Review”
On May 5th SupMikeCheck dropped a song as well as a music video for his song Never Be which features Aj Perdomo of The Dangerous Summer.
The song starts out talking about being kicked out of someones life, whether it’s about a friend or a relationship it feels the same. But as the song goes on he begins talking about the possibility of everyone that left him will miss him after he’s already gone and it’s too late.
The song is about his struggles on whether or not he’s good enough for anyone. Throughout the song he questions where he stands in his life, what he’s capable of being good at.
Towards the end of the song he talks about not fitting in a mold, when it may not seem like the best spot, it makes you different and it makes you unique. Sometimes it’s better to not fit the mold than to be like everyone else, you’ll find your way someday. It might not be today or tomorrow, but you will, don’t give up Mike.
You can check out the song down below
On May 4th Milkk released their music video for their song “90’s Baby” from their newest album “Headrush” that came out earlier this year.
The song captures what it’s like to be a 90’s baby from the inside, the parts of us that they don’t see. They expect us to be fine, we show that on the outside but we really aren’t. But I feel that goes for everyone no matter the generation. But for now we’re focusing on 90’s babies.
My interpretation of the music video is that the chains is meant to represent us being locked inside of our minds with our bad thoughts, we’re stuck within our mind with the thoughts that hurt us the most. The weight of the chains are too heavy to lift to be able to escape.
I think the paint is meant to be heavy, like a heavy feeling; I think that’s meant to represent the drowning feeling when the chains get too heavy for us to take so we feel as though were drowning in all of our feelings, gasping for air, for something fresh that’ll save us.
One of the lyrics is, “But I’m breaking down and still stuck with the curse, I don’t really, don’t really know what to say, get out of my head, it’s too much to take.” would correlate with the feeling of drowning and the feeling of being weighed down and stuck from the chains.
These aren’t facts about the music video, this is how I interpreted it. You can watch the music video below when you click on the video. Don’t forget to comment how you interpret the music video and the song itself.
It is always a hard work to go back on your own lyrics and music and translate the layers of it for someone, because and it is probably the most important point : the vibrations it give to the public is prior from all the rest. I mean, I can try my best to translate the story of it but the conclusion of how to define the song is in public’s hands ☺.
I am so happy for the new release from those Swedish musical geniuses and they have definitely not disappointed me. Every single song on ‘Turn the light on’ is so raw and emotional that you feel like you’re in Eddie’s heart.Continue reading “IMMINENCE Release Their New Album ‘ Turn the Light on’”
We couldn’t make a more eclectic playlist if we tried. This sees the start of a new monthly feature collecting a few favourite tracks from each of our contributors. Listen to the playlist below and find out who chose what and why.Continue reading “April Favourites 2019 | Playlist”
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you’ve undoubtedly heard of the rise of K-pop, fronted by the group BTS. With the boys making news for being the first Korean artist to win two awards at the BBMA’s last night it seems like the perfect time to appreciate the scale of what they’re doing. The band of 7 are making waves worldwide and are changing the shape of the music industry whilst they’re at it – here are just a few reasons why.Continue reading “How BTS are changing the music industry”
As I sat listening to “I Died in Tokyo” in its entirety, I got the notification from Original Gods twitter account that he dropped the music video for one of my favorite songs, although let’s face it, all of his songs are my favorite, he’s become all that I listen to. It’s come to the point that when I hear bands when my phones on shuffle I’m like, “oh yeah I forgot about you guys”.
The video was shot during his trip to Japan that he recently took with his friends, including Braxton Knight whom is featured in the song.
The song “Game Boy” comes from his EP called “Antagonist” which features two other songs called, “Paint a Smile On My Face” and “Rigor Mortis“.
Click the link below to watch the video, tweet me at @skysphotograph to tell me if you enjoyed the video and if you plan on checking out any other songs by Original God.
Don’t forget to check him out on twitter and Instagram under the name @originalg6d
So I had the opportunity to interview the up and coming Italian band atWood and I am not disappointed in their answers and I don’t think you will be too, see below for what they had to say…Continue reading “Interview with atWood”
Telltale released their second EP ‘Timeless Youth’ today (April 26th) and it is fantastic. Bryce Marshall took the time to answer some of our questions about the EP, plans for their future and dream concerts.Continue reading “TELLTALE discuss their second EP | Interview”