Tuesday 21 September 2021

Lossline are releasing a new 5 track EP titled One Of Us Was Building An Empire

Lossline, a Manchester based song writing duo are following on from the success of their previous album Fading Affect Bias with a louder, more energised approach to writing and recording.

Their forthcoming EP sees Lossline begin with the delightful and mellow track 'A Telephone Call' before transitioning to  'Case History', which has more of a dreamier feel to it in places despite the sombre lyrics.

'This Room Smells Of Smoke' has a haunting feel to it with its stripped back vocals and gentle melodies but the track shifts into a more energetic mood towards its conclusion.

'I Worry About My Health And Caffeine Intake' sees Lossline go all out with upbeat instrumentals and sublime vocal harmonies, this is without a doubt my favourite track from the EP and it's easy to see why this was the first single released from 'One Of Us Was Building An Empire'.

It Takes A Village concludes the EP with the gentle tones of the piano and calming vocals.

The 5 track EP showcases both sides of their sound, from quiet reflective piano driven songs that highlight their folk influences to loud, distorted guitar anthems. 

Although the sonic landscape changes track to track the emotion carried through their well crafted lyrics remains the same. 

Lossline cover deep personal topics and topics felt collectively by wider society with confidence and this is evident in their carefully crafted lyrics.

Track list

1. A Telephone Call
2. Case History
3. This Room Smells Of Smoke
4. I Worry About My Health And Caffeine Intake
5. It Takes A Village

One Of Us Was Building An Empire will be released on the first of October on all major streaming services.

Post By - Boulent Mustafa

Monday 20 September 2021

From “Slutterhouse” frontman to explosive rock artist, fashion model and professor

Photo Credit: Waleed Nehme

After the discreet release of four singles in 2020 (Crazy Train, Without a Doubt, Young Love, and World Gone Mad), Grave Jones heralds the release of his first album Heartrage Hotel (Jan 2022) with its explosive lead single Smithereens.

A man of the world, Jones pulls inspiration from his time in academia as a philosopher and writer, in entertainment as a rock star and model, and in adventures that have taken him from his native Lebanon through Paris, Stockholm, Milan and beyond. Between the glamour of turning scuffles with The Libertines into backstage jams, and rubbing shoulder with the likes of Kate Moss, Scarlett Johansson, and Milla Jovovich, and the introspective stretches that see Jones weave his rich and deep experiences into art, Grave Jones captures music quite unlike anything else.

Like its namesake, Smithereens is loud and unapologetic. Heavily distorted guitars pave the way for Grave’s gravelled, textured voice that cries with the raw honesty of a singer reminiscing on anger pointed inward and out.

Combining the heavy guitar riffs that scored Jones’ youth with catchy melodies and contemporary-inspired electronic production, Smithereens captures a sound that transcends any setting or period.

Grave Jones and the Heartrage Hotel album mark Salloum’s long-awaited return to the scene following the rousing success of his previous musical project Slutterhouse that saw him share the stage with the likes of the Klaxons, Sleigh Bells, and Super Furry Animals and working with legendary producers Eric Chedeville (Daft Punk, Sebastien Tellier, Charlotte Gainsbourg) and Dimitri Tikovoi (Placebo, Nick Cave, Kill the Young).

After the band’s success playing festivals across the world like Liverpool Sound City, Dubai Sound City, Stockholm Fashion week, and landing sync details across MTV 2 and EA Sports 2, the band split as Salloum left the music world ahead of his triumphant return almost a decade on.

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Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UpI4mNyGWPkVv7O9Q51Zg

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Sunday 4 July 2021

Alien Pop artist Meresha is taking her music to another level. Virtual Reality actually


On Saturday July 24 at 8 PM Paris / 7 PM UK / 2 PM New York Meresha will be performing a full concert LIVE as an avatar with her butterfly wings on.

You can join her in the venue (virtually) and also create your own avatar.  I’ve got mine ready.

Tickets are $10 + service charge, but readers of OBs Music UK can get a 40% discount using code TPD5AXK5 (expires July 14, so ideally buy now).

Get tickets here: go.Meresha.com/uwlg

There is an app that goes with the concert that you can download on your PC, which allows you to build your own cool avatar and also explore the venue before the event takes place

Meresha told me that she has surprises planned, including the debut of an awesome of one her of songs and also a song I haven’t heard yet.  

There will also be the opportunity to ask her questions so this promises to be a fun event.

About Meresha 

Meresha is a creator, performer, singer, multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer with a deep, wide-ranging soulful voice and a quirky sonic vision.  

She is an #AlienPop innovator; so far the first in the genre.  "Alien Pop" is like pop, but somehow also out of this world.   

Fully independent, Meresha's music has found a global audience,


             Charted on Billboard album, single and artist charts 

             AllMusic named her Enter the Dreamland” a Top 20 Album of the Year in the world

             Radio stations played Meresha's music making her the #1 Indie in the US for a month 

             Meresha was a winner of the MTV "Freshman" competition

             Ariana Grande had her “Jungle Potion” on her popular personal playlist.  

             Grammy winners helped her shape her music and she is now a Grammy voter 

             Meresha's performed with global stars like Marshmello & Adam Lambert and worked with brands like Adobe, Crocs, Casio, Shure, Citi & Live Nation

More at https://www.meresha.com/ 

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Mereshas?fref=ts
Twitter - https://twitter.com/Mereshas
Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/meresha
Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRl5UE_lNSbgf0NsLgFF4iw

Post By - Boulent Mustafa

Monday 23 November 2020

Great Escape delivers a catchy pop melody and an energetic vocal performance

Avamo is a female singer / songwriter born in the North of England and raised in the Canary Islands.

Her stage name is short for All Voices Are My Own.
Avamo recently released Great Escape, which received airplay on BBC Introducing and it's quite easy to see why.

The song delivers a catchy pop melody and an energetic vocal performance, Avamo really hits the target with this track.

Thursday 10 September 2020

'Warrior Soul' overflows with energetic rock beats especially the percussion

Accidental President are a female fronted 3 piece alternative rock band from Sydney, Australia.

Their music is a blend of hard rock with goth and metal influences. The band have just released 'Warrior Soul', which features on their self titled debut album. 'Warrior Soul' overflows with energetic rock beats especially the percussion, Bethany Neville kills it with her powerhouse vocals and Dave goes all out with killer guitar riffs.

Wednesday 8 July 2020

Nashville Musician Rockin' Rich Lynch Aims to Become "The Talk of the Town" with Latest Timely Track from Music City

Nashville based musician Rockin Rich Lynch (www.RockinRichLynch.com) is aiming to become "The Talk of the Town" and then some on the strength of his latest Music City production. Born out of the idea that simply walking around outside in some places is now viewed as a dangerous and revolutionary act - the four minute and thirty-five second track burns with a slow fury as it seeks to find out if "the lost can still be found". To get the job done Lynch turned to the young gun with the magic touch - Mr. Dallas Jack and the services of his production company Record One. It was in fact on a stroll on the Music City Greenways where the artist and producer initially met midway through the city-wide lockdown in early May. In these bizarre times their first encounter might someday even be read about in a "Ripley's Believe It Or Not" style posting somewhere. "While strolling on a path above the Cumberland River we heard a man cry out for help," Lynch remembers. "We stopped at the same time and ended up together assisting the rescue call that pulled the overturned boater from the cold and rapid waters." For such an auspicious beginning you would expect the resulting song to be impressive and it is. Jack built up an amazing track with live drums, bass and a memorable solo straight out of the classic rock playbook with a modern approach that puts the Lynch/Jack team and their future output high on the Music City watch list. "Dallas nailed it and understood precisely what was needed to bring the straight forward rocker to life," Lynch enthused. "He captured my unique qualities in a process that was easy, efficient, professional and well beyond my expectation. We scheduled some more sessions for our Fall releases and I can't wait to see where we go from here." The composition itself is a much needed response to the lost cause that has been most of a Covid-impacted 2020. With an ethereal chorus and an enigmatic couple of verses, Lynch says that the song carries an important message for an ever-changing and increasingly confusing world. "In the bridge we sing 'Walk, Walk, Walk, Walk, Talk, Talk, Talk, Talk' in a gang vocal style," Lynch said describing the hypnotic middle break. "I think that's the most important part. People should get out in nature with their family and friends and discuss every aspect of what has transpired around the globe these past few months. Over and over again. From every angle. It's the only defense we have to combat the dehumanizing potential of social distancing and mandated muzzling of the populace that has come about in the wake of all this societal upheaval." Lynch is current seeking Sponsors and Artist Patrons to support his future recordings and back catalogue. Please visit the following link to join the RRL "Executive Production" team today! >>> http://www.rockinrichlynch.com/features/executive-producer-patron.php
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Tuesday 23 June 2020

D.K. has incorporated rock, synth-pop, bluegrass, country, and even pop punk within this debut release

D.K. Lyons, a songwriter living in NYC, saw that challenge and vowed to pour every ounce of himself into his debut album, The Past (Romanticized).

Set to release independently on June 26th via CD Baby, The Past (Romanticized) is an introspective look at past relationships, loss, and life transitions through a pair of rose-colored glasses. With authenticity at the forefront, The Past (Romanticized) will act as the soundtrack to take you headfirst through years of D.K.’s personal life.
“Tom Petty was a huge influence on me from a very young age. He was my dad's absolute favorite, I remember riding in the back seat of his Chevy Impala listening to records like Full Moon Fever, Into the Great Wide Open, Echo, and Wildflowers on end.

My dad passed away when I was 6, so I've always felt this deeper connection to Tom because of that link. It made me want to be like Tom Petty. It's why I started writing songs and picked up the guitar. When Tom died tragically in 2017, it was like my adult self living through my dad's death again too.

It was an incredibly tragic and dark time, but also a time that spawned a lot of really strong songwriting on my part, which is sprinkled throughout my debut record.”
- D.K. Lyons

Showcasing his flexibility as a musician, D.K. has incorporated rock, synth-pop, bluegrass, country, and even pop punk within this debut release. Even with that diversity, he maintains that cohesive feeling you desire from an album.

Each genre plays a purposeful role in the record, helping tie the music into the emotion behind each song.
Invigorate your emotions and let yourself play through The Past (Romanticized). You’ll dance, you’ll cry, you’ll yearn, and most of all you will feel.