Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber full name is Justin Drew Bieber. He was born on 1st of March in 1994 in London, Ontario. He was raised in Stratford, Ontario. Bieber is a famous canadian singer and songwriter. He was famous from his best ever song "Baby"

Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae Jepsen has been an established artist in Canada for several years — with a third-place finish on Canadian Idol, two gold singles, two albums, and two Juno Award nominations to her name — Jepsen was a virtual unknown in the U.S. when “Call Me Maybe” hit it big.

The Weeknd

Abel Tesfaye is a Toronto-based singer famous by named " The Weeknd " . He recorded his all songs under " The Weeknd " name , his first song leaked in late 2010, though the identity of the individual behind the project was initially unknown. " The Weeknd " released a nine-song mixtape, House of Balloons, on 21 March 2011

Addy C

Adelynn Cuevas, or Addy C as she is known, is an 8 year old Latina from metro Atlanta, Ga. Addy loves to sing, dance , and play piano...

Céline Schmink

Celine Schmink is a french singer and also writer, journalist and Associate songwriter of SACEM. She writes in french and english in a pop folk style. Her musical work is regularly praised by the regional and national press and broadcast in France, Greece, Australia and the USA, where she leads a bilingual performing career.

Monday, 19 December 2016

Interview with Aqcora - Acqora

Love Music : Please introduce yourself to the readers and Who or what inspired you to get into this profession?

I have always been into music & feeling the need to produce at an early age after being inspired my producers such as Mr Fingers & Todd Terry in the early 90’s I now feel after 10 years of producing Im finally where I want to be with the standard’s needed for house music

Love Music : We been hearing a lot about you and your music, so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

Its great getting more fans from across the globe contacting me via social site. Im feeling inspired with my fans kind words. This wants me to make an even better track for them with ever release.


Love Music : Please tell our readers more about your latest remix that you did out with Universal music Entertainment ?

This is a throw back to oldskool Piano house - Hed Kandi style. I feel this track had not been remixed this way & was well over due.


Love Music : What do you feel when UME giving you the task to remix it ( Jodeci Freek 'n' you ( Acqora remix ) ?

Words can not describe the excitement running through me I just needed to make it perfect for them.


Love Music : What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

Remixing for the worlds biggest record label on their ( Remix the classics ) compilation CDS. Under Universal music entertainment (UME)


Love Music : What kind of training have you had, if any ?

Night college for 2 years work on Logic. I then was able to buy my own recording studio set up & 8 years later its grown to a production suite.


Love Music : Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby? 

This is still a hobby for me. I work full time as a property developer whilst hopefully looking to get my own original work signed to a major label 1 day


Love Music : What’s your goal in life you want to achieve next?

Giving up my day job to be signed to a major label & be a full time music producer -

Love Music : Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time ?

I enjoy keeping fit & going on family holidays.


Love Music : Are you active on social media? what ís the best way to follow you ?

Yes you can find me on Sound cloud , Face book & Band camp via the links below




Remix the Classics, Vol. 4

A Conversation with International Recording Artist Whitney Wyatt

Love Music : Please introduce yourself to the readers and Who or what inspired you to become a recording artist?

My name is Whitney Wyatt. I am a singer/song writer in Tennessee. I don’t know that I ever had one specific instance that inspired me to be a recording artist. I grew up in a musical family and that was inspiring. I have always wanted to be a singer ever since I can remember. Growing up I sang at church and school musicals, and I started recording around 16 years old. I remember the feeling I had working on my very first recording project. It was this feeling of complete fulfillment and joy, and I just knew what I’m meant to do.

Love Music : We been hearing a lot about you, so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention for your music, how does it feel?

It feels good to know that people are enjoying what I’m sharing. It’s scary to bare your soul to the world and put yourself out there. You don’t know how people will respond. So it’s humbling and exciting to know that people actually enjoy it, and want to be apart of what you’re creating. It’s just a great sense of confirmation in what I’m doing with my music.

Love Music : Please tell our readers more about your songs and which would you say you are most known for?

The songs I’ve been performing are jazz standards from the 1920s-50s. That era really inspires me, and I enjoy singing the music. It fits my voice really well. I sing a lot of French songs from that time period. I try to pick the ones people will recognize, but I perform them closer to their original style rather than the Americanized versions. I would say “La Vien Rose” is a popular song of mine. You can check out my screener video as well to see the variety of the songs I sing at:


Love Music : We understand you sing in several different languages can you tell our readers what languages you sing in? Is it hard to sing in these different languages?

I enjoy singing in French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Swedish. I regularly perform in French, and I would like to incorporate the other languages. I was a vocal performance major in college, and I regularly sang in all these languages for 5 years. I rarely ever sang in English. I grew very fond of singing in other languages, and enjoyed the challenge of delivering an emotion through the language barrier. I wouldn’t say it’s difficult for me to sing in other languages because I find it fascinating. It’s something that I’m passionate about and have always enjoyed.

Love Music : Do you write your own music? How do you decide what music is the right fit  for you?

I do write my own music. I know a song is a right fit if it’s fun for me to sing, and I connect with it emotionally. I want to feel something from the song, so I can convey that emotion to whoever is listening.

Love Music : What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

I would say getting signed to CK Talent Management. It’s very exciting to be in partnership with someone who will help raise the platform of my influence.

Love Music : We see you have been in a few episodes of the TV Show Nashville, what do you find exciting about acting? Tell us some of your experiences and stories from being on the set?

I find acting to be a fun outlet for my imagination. It helps me gain insight into different perspectives that may not be my own. It’s also fascinating to be on set and see the whole behind the scenes process. There was one scene we were shooting at this mansion in Bellemeade. It was supposed to be some music industry party. They had all the doors open in the house and it was like 30 degrees outside, it was freezing! And I had this cocktail dress and high heels on. We had to dance and chat in complete silence so they could get the audio of the actors in the room. One of the actors was Oliver Hudson. It was just so crazy being in the same room of this actor that I had seen in movies growing up.

Love Music : What kind of training have you had, if any in acting or music?

I have years of training in singing. I started taking lessons when I was 14 years old. I then continued taking lessons at the collegiate level through my vocal performance degree. I was in drama class in high school, and acted in all the school plays and musicals. I also took an acting class in college.

Love Music : What’s your goal in life and you want to achieve next?

My goal in life is to be a professional musician for my full time job. I want to be able to reach as many people as possible with my music whether it’s through singing or teaching. My current goal is to play more live shows to build up my following.

Love Music : Did you choose the music and acting industry, as a career, or as a hobby?

I chose music as a career, I have always wanted to be a singer ever since I can remember. I’ve worked jobs in other industries, but I’ve never questioned the fact that I want to make a career in the music industry.

Love Music : Everybody needs time out to relax. What do you do in your free time?

What free time? I find it extremely relaxing and satisfying spending quality time with my close friends. Whether it’s a phone call, coffee date, or drinks out on the town. I find it necessary to my sanity to keep up with my friends and their lives. I also really enjoy doing yoga and of course Netflix and Hulu. They have some pretty great shows, I am currently enjoying and escaping into “The Crown” or “Arrested Development” or “Empire” in my free time.

Love Music : Are you active on social media? What is the best way for our readers to follow you ?

Yes I am. I would probably say Instagram, although whatever I post to Instagram goes out to my Twitter and Facebook. So any one of those is good is a good place to connect with me. I also have a Reverbnation account where you can go to listen to some of my music!

Chambers is represented by CK Talent Management, Inc. www.cktalentmanagement.com


Sunday, 18 December 2016

'Ghost Island' New EDM Trap Mix from DanoSongs

EDM with trap music influences. Dirty and aggressive grinding bass with dark and mysterious melodies. Curious lyrics and odd vocal samples. Similar to producers like Diplo, TNGHT, Baauer, Keys N Krates, Bro Safari, Luminox, Flosstradamus, RL Grime, and Yellow Claw.



Download: www.danosongs.com/blog/ghost-island-new-edm-trap-song-electronic-music-mix

Dan O’Connor (a.k.a Dan-O, Graycraft92) began studying guitar and writing songs at the age of 13. He went on to study music at the Hartford Conservatory and The Hartt School where he graduated with a degree in music business and jazz guitar. In 2008 he started DanoSongs Royalty Free Music which got his songs on hundreds of soundtracks such as the TV series “The Reviewers”, the documentary “Mumbai Nights” and the film “Waiting for Ruby”. His many composing clients include Disney, Harvard University and IBM. Dan performs live in the Connecticut and New York area with his rock jam band Phoenix Tree. In 2015 he released an acoustic singer-songwriter album called the "The Other Shore" on Acoustic Seed records. Also a life-long actor, Dan studied at H.B. Studios in New York City and appears in the films “Subject to Retaliation”, “Ovelia and Gregoria” and “Zedic and the Crimson Born”. 

Website Danosongs.com
IMDB: Imdb.me/Danoconnor



Saturday, 17 December 2016

Do you know what exactly it takes to make it in the music industry?

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How To Make It In The Music Business - 4 Important Factors


Thursday, 15 December 2016

Stacy Kovacs - the founder & Director of "FogoAzul NYC" talks about the best women’s Brazilian drumming group history

We had the opportunity to interview famous artistic Director & the founder  of ” FogoAzul NYC ” Stacy Kovacs to talk about the best women’s Brazilian drumming group history and reasons behind the leave Batala NYC.

Love Music : Please introduce yourself to the readers and Who or what inspired you to get into this profession?

My name is Stacy Kovacs and I’m the founder and artistic Director of FogoAzul NYC! We’re New York city’s only all women Brazilian samba band, marching band, and drumline!  I’ve been playing music since I was a child. I’ve been in marching bands and music group’s as long as I can remember. I was inspired to start my own all Women’s group in 2011 when I saw Batala for the first time. I started Batala New York City in 2012, and in summer 2016 left the Batala organization and rebranded to my current group, FogoAzul NYC. I am inspired by Brazilian rhythms and spreading this music as far and wide as possible.


Love Music : We been hearing a lot about you, and your all women’s Brazilian drumming group, so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

It feels great! It was a lot of working making the transition. We built a strong social media and fan base in the old group and took it to FogoAzul NYC. We had a lot of great performances as Batala New York City and we are looking forward to building on the reputation I built as musical director with the bookers and people of NYC. Spreading this amazing music is an honor and we love doing it!


Love Music : What is the history of FogoAzul NYC ?

FogoAzul NYC has been in my brain for about 2 years.  FogoAzul NYC is part samba band, part marching band, and a BIG part drumline. In July 2016, Dany Johnson and I officially left Batala NYC, along with about a dozen others to continue the tradition of all women drumming playing Brazilian music.  We’re now part of the Grooversity network which is the innovative and creative drumming system that Marcus Santos has developed for education and entertainment purposes.  It promotes community outreach and social change by targeting diversity awareness. This multi-city percussion project is creating a network of people.  Grooversity’s network includes people of different ethnicities, ages, and races. It portrays a positive message by engaging communities to appreciate diversity, support civil rights, encourage self-esteem, and most importantly, enjoyment.  The Grooversity system is Marcus’ original drumming compositions based on the traditional Afro Brazilian rhythms, which he has combined with a world music perspective and a modern approach. Grooversity is fun, interactive and inclusive. Every person and instrument is equally important and essential for the ensemble. Some patterns are intricate and challenging for the most experienced professional drummer, and others are simpler yet equally important patterns for the amateur player. In fact, the simplest patterns are the most important components of the ensemble because they keep the other elements together.  FogoAzul NYC subscribed to this method of learning and supports the mission!

Love Music : What projects do you have coming up ?

On December 21st we’re doing Make Music NY Winter, called Parranda de Inverno.  The public is invited to travel through midtown Manhattan in a parade of rhythm and dance! Participants are encouraged to bring their Brazilian percussion instruments, or simply look, listen, and walk with FogoAzul NYC. The drumline will make its way around Midtown Manhattan, passing through 46th Street’s Little Brazil and the festive plazas along 6th Avenue.

We’re also booked for the annual Barrio Three Kings Day parade, the Lunar New Year Parade, multiple events during Women’s History Month, and many other spring time events including already being booked for multiple Pride Celebrations in June.


Love Music : Why did you leave Batala NYC?

I left Batala NYC for a few reasons.  Being a director of a Batala group was fun, but musically stifling. I was not allowed to stray from the global group’s repertoire, nor add different instruments to the band. I learned a ton from Batala and had been given many opportunities to travel through it.  In Januray 2016, I decided I wanted to leave Batala but there were no musically qualified women in the group to take over. In July 2016, pure luck found me, and there was a mutiny by a few of the women in Batala.  Sensing my desire to leave, they went behind my back to our maestro, Giba Gonçalves to start another Batala in New York. . He ultimately said no. What ensued was a few weeks of cat fighting within the group, splitting of the group, behavioral problems, backstabbing, lying, manipulating, and gas lighting of newer members of the group by veteran members.  I tried for a short period to keep it going, but realized the group itself as it was, was imploding.  With this destruction of the group, these women did me a favor by giving me an easy out! I stepped down, and I subsequently took the drums I owned and started a different group! I now have as much music and artistic freedom as I desire, as well as a 5 year history of relationship building with event planners and promoters in the NYC area.  There’s a group still called Batala in NYC.  They were offered the name, all the social media, and half of the drums, but opted to completely attempt to erase Batala NYC and myself from history by starting another Batala under a different name.  Unfortunately, you can’t erase history!


Love Music : What kind of training have you had, if any ?

My training started on piano when I was about 6-7 years old. I then started playing drums in school band at age 8.  In high school I switched to trombone.  I ended up heading to Michigan State University to play trombone in the Spartan Marching band.  After college, I let music go to pursue a career in medicine.  Upon moving to New York City in 2005, I joined multiple marching bands.  I started samba drumming and from there my Brazilian drumming career took off!


Love Music : If you could perform anywhere, in the world, where would it have to be?

My goal is to perform at Radio City Music Hall in NYC.  My ultimate dream is to play for, or with, or even better open for Madonna!


Love Music : What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

One of the most exciting achievements of my career so far has been playing in the FIFA Women’s World cup championship celebration at City Hall in Manhattan.  Gloria Steinhem was in the front row.  I got to meet her and talk to her.  She blew kisses at me after the performance!!  Other notable things have been opening for the Rolling Stones on their 50th Anniversary Tour, playing with Lorde and Disclosure on Saturday Night Live, and Batala having a cameo in the TMNT 2016 Summer blockbuster movie.


Love Music : Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

In my free time i work in a hospital!  I am a Physician Assistant in a major NYC emergency room.  When I’m not working or playing music, I decompress by sitting in coffee shops and reading or surfing the web.


Love Music : Are you active on social media? what’s the best way to follow you?

5. We have a huge fan base on multiple social media platforms!  You can follow us on Social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram)  : @FogoAzulNY  You can also find us at  


Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Interview with Hefe Heetroc - A Multi Talented Artist

We had the opportunity to interview famous multi talented artist Hefe Heetroc to talk about his famous single "Shr00mz" and his musical inspirations.

Love Music : Please introduce yourself to the readers and Who or what inspired you to get into this profession?

Hefe Heetroc : Hey everyone! I'm Hefe Heetroc, my inspiration in music is Flatbush Zombie, The Underachievers, Earl Sweatshirt


Love Music : We 've been hearing a lot about you & your single Shr00mz, can you tell us a bit about it ?
Hefe Heetroc :
Ha, yeah, Shr00mz was recorded in Rochester New York at Kn0-Th30RY WRECK0RDS studios, it was filmed in Compton California, guess you could say, its done some traveling (the song & video)



Love Music : What projects do you have coming up ?
Hefe Heetroc :
Got a few projects coming up; my next album "Blind Allegiance" in fourth quarter of 2017, and a mixtape "The Shadow Cabal of the 8 Oligarchs" in 2018


Love Music : If you could perform anywhere, in the world, where would it have to be ?
Hefe Heetroc :


Love Music : What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

Hefe Heetroc : Filming my music video was definitely a highlight for me, finishing my album


Love Music : At what point did you decided to choose this industry ?

Hefe Heetroc : Well it started with learning to play the guitar, and beat making and producing was just an extention of that, then of course writing & rapping, recording, ect


Love Music : What kind of training have you had, if any ?

Hefe Heetroc : Guitar lession, Cubase experience, Beat making


Love Music : What's your goal in life you want to achieve next?

Hefe Heetroc : Another music video! This time filmed in NYC!


Love Music : Who are your musical inspirations?

Hefe Heetroc : 2 Pac, Big, Flatbush Zombies, Earl Sweatshirt


Love Music : Are you active on social media? what’s the best way to follow you ?
Hefe Heetroc : Yeah, follow me on instagram & twitter instagram.com/hefe_h33troc  

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Progressive Metal-Rockers Relinquished increases Popularity on US Spotify and Present new single sinister dreams and a New Album for 2017.

Some of you already might know this guys, others should not missing this news. Relinquished a progressive Metal and Rock Band from Austria recently increased their popularity on US Spotify and now we have to announce the release of their new single „Sinister Dreams“ on NRT-Records. Alllthought Sinister Dreams isn’t a new Song and was released in january 2014 as an music video on Youtube, the Band and their new label decided to release it as a single on december the 9th, 2016. Sinister Dreams was only released on youtube, not on an Album, neither on a single or EP.

Relinquished’s Music Videos are simply Art and Art is their Music. Combining various styles of Metal , but also some emotional tracks like sinister dreams, Their both Studio Records „Susanna Lies In Ashes“ and „Onward Anguishes“ paved the way to the future of the Band. Relinquished’s studio albums typical are concept albums which tells an entire story, chapter by chapter.

A New Album which will be called „Addicitivities Part 1“ is on the way and will be released on NRT-Records in the summer of 2017. With this pure, raw Metal Release, Relinquished will open a new Chapter in their career „as Darker as can be“ The Cover Artwork of Sinister Dreams, was created by photographer Tina Burgstaller and NRT-Records CEO Philipp Gottfried himself. For all of you, who can take it raw, here’s also the Video to their track Authority along with further more Links:

Relinquished – official site: http://www.relinquished.at
Relinquished @ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/RelinquishedOfficial
Relinquished @ Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/user/relinquishednow
Relinquished @ NRT-Records : http://www.nrt-records.com/relinquished_us.html
Relinquished @ Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/artist/7fXES9lBYvsIykLzXc5GgO

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Interview with the CEO of Mikes Mix & Master - Michael Cushion Jr, aka Mike C

We had the opportunity to interview famous multi talented audio engineer & the CEO of Mikes Mix & Master Michael Cushion Jr to talk about his #1 Online Mixing and Mastering service and his achievements.

Love Music : Please introduce yourself to the readers and Who or what inspired you to get into this profession? 

Hi, I'm Michael Cushion Jr, aka Mike C, the CEO of Mikes Mix & Master

Love Music : We 've been hearing a lot about you & your best Online Mixing & Mastering Services, can you tell us a bit about it ? 

Mikes Mix & Master is the #1 Online Mixing and Mastering service, providing Professional Mixing and Mastering to Major and Indie musicians and record labels in over 100+ Countries worldwide.

Love Music : What kind of training have you had, if any ?

I'm a strong believer in self teaching, there is no better way to learn than by trial and error. It takes making mistakes yourself for you to learn and embed your head, instead of someone simply telling you how to do things. I am proud to say that I’ve practiced audio engineering all of my life and am 100% self trained.

Love Music : What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

My biggest achievements have been getting to work with my favorite major artists, its sometimes still unreal!

Love Music : At what point did you decided to choose this industry ?

I chose this industry as a career, with my mother being a DJ and father playing in a band growing up, Its all I know and it was destined for me to make a living in the music industry.

Love Music : For someone who wants to be a professional Mixing & Mastering Artist, what advice would you give?


Mixing and Mastering isn’t something that can be learned overnight. It takes years of practice to obtain the skills needed and to train your ears. If its something you want to do, you must learn to be patient and accept failure, the only way to get better is from your mistakes. Work hard and never give up.

Love Music : What’s your goal in life you want to achieve next?

I want to be able to continue to help artists succeed in the music industry for the rest of my life. The world runs on music and the artists are the ones providing the fuel.

Love Music : Who are your musical inspirations?


I'm inspired by any musician who has made an good impact the world. For one person to use their talents to change the world for good is a huge inspiration. There are too many people to name but I’m sure we all know!

Love Music : Are you active on social media? what’s the best way to follow you?

You can visit me online at www.MikesMixMaster.com which is my website. On social media you can follow me for updates on Instagram at www.instagram.com/mikesmixmaster and on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/MikesMixAndMaster

Thursday, 1 December 2016

Interview with Paula Johnson - A Versatile Artist

We had the opportunity to interview famous multi talented artist Paula Johnson to talk about her famous single "Chase" and her music passion.

What made you realize that music was your passion?

I've always had an ear for great beats and melodies.  Ever since I was in elementary school I remember getting in trouble for humming all of the time. Lol. Once I got older, there was a burden to do something with all of the music that was bottling up inside. I felt like I would explode if I didn't release it.

How would you describe the music that you typically create?

I relate to almost any kind of music.  I believe every song tells a story directly or indirectly.  Whether its about life, love, or just expressing one's personality.

Who are your biggest musical influences?

I grew up listening to BeBe and CeceWinans, Yolanda Adams, and Shirley Caesar so I can't get them out of me. I also love Mary J Blige, Jill Scott, MusiqSoulchild, Kari Jobe, and admire a good friend's music, Jimmie Allen.

What makes your music unique?

I like to think my sound is very eclectic.  It's really hard to place me in a box.  I love the soulfulness in the sound and the meaning in the lyrics of the songs I write.  Everything I write I want to encourage someone, whether with a smile, in bringing hope, or even in bringing laughter.

Has there been one particular moment in your musical career that you’re most proud of? 
I would say anytime I overcame a challenge.  Music is an on-going grind and sometimes can be a daily challenge.  Everyday I wake up ready to face that challenge and I'm proud to have not given up. I thank God for giving me the strength and endurance to continue striving for my passion.

What’s next for you?

I’m working on 2 singles that I'm hoping will be complete by the first quarter of 2017. I'm excited to get back in the studio and have some fun with it.

Music can be found  itunes:   


The First Choice of Music Instrument You Should Choose Before Start Playing

If you are looking to play a music instrument, I can suggest first you should play Ukulele. The Ukulele is a terrific desire for all! Now you're asking yourself which is the best ukulele for beginners? Buying your first ukulele depends on the type of person playing the ukulele.

The reason why people like Ukulele

The ukulele is a very popular and amazing music instrument and is known to produce very melodic sounds. They have been used by various artists to create amazing songs and now people covering most popular songs with the ukulele. The ukulele is likewise popularly related to the Hawaiian tradition. People in Hawaii almost constantly use a ukulele in any in their performances or musical numbers.

Do you want to be playing good at the ukulele or will it be a hobby? Some people like to buy one for the beach and some are like to play one at home, another side some are wants to play in the open field with their friends. Do you want to know which ukuleles are good sounding ukulele that has great quality and made by professional brands?

Top ukulele Brands for kids and beginners

There are some excellent brands include the Lanikai, Makala and Kala Ukuleles. If you are looking to buying the best uke for your kids’ then buy most basic plastic types’ ukulele and if they show more interested than after that upgrade to a beginner/standard ukulele
According to Ukulele Buzz, Kala, Makala, Kohala ukulele brand is perfect for beginners as it's an affordable brand. Makala Ukuleles are also great for children as they can come in pastel shades with dolphins on this ukulele.

There is Another fantastic best ukulele for beginners is the Luna brand uke. If your plan on playing the ukulele a serious hobby then should consider buying a more up-market ukulele like the Oscar, Hola, Fender brands ukuleles.

Which Ukulele Should Choose for Every Beginner

A ukulele that you play all the times which you don't mind taking to anywhere you want and won't get worried if it gets broken in some way. So choose the best soprano ukulele and then have an amazing excellent ukulele at your home or whilst performing for everyone which you may most effective use at the house or indoors where the probability of damage is very low. I recommended as a beginner, everyone must choose soprano ukulele.

Soprano Ukulele Size to Desire

A soprano ukulele has the dimensions duration of 33 centimeters and a complete length of fifty-three centimeters. This ukulele is also called the same old ukulele. It's miles known as the smallest of the 4 sorts and is also recognized to provide the most not unusual sound that people could usually hear from this tool. The hassle with the soprano ukulele is that its frets are too near together which makes it difficult for players with large arms to play it. Despite the dearth of size and be concerned space, it's far nevertheless the maximum popular of the 4 because of its affordability.

Types of Ukulele Most Important to Know Beginners

The types of Ukulele Most Important to Know Beginners Is Essential. The ukulele shapes are typically like that of a small acoustic guitar, but different non-widespread shapes which are seen consist of the oval shape (pineapple ukulele ), boat-paddle form or rectangular form sometimes.

In the marketplace, there are different types and shapes of ukuleles but for the beginners, this is best to start off with small affordable 4-strings ukuleles easy to play and learn in your way up the better you get as a uke player.
Hopefully, this Article has instructed you inside the path of which ukulele for beginners you will feel the best for you. Experience a truly amazing remarkable pleasure with your new ukulele.

Saturday, 26 November 2016


Nowadays nightclubs are flooded by deejays acts. What about the other genre such as live singing that has been diminished since many years. Unless you get a hit song, chances are low to feature a night event. But Alexi Armandsen seems to have the answer with his "Armandsen Live Vocal Remix Show, creating better sound while retaining the groove and rhythm of the original songs to bring you some new flavour to existing tracks.

 Nowadays nightclubs are flooded by deejays, but what about the other genre of act that are diminished

Please introduce yourself to our readers.

Alexi Armandsen, host, singer, deejay. In that order lol. Been in and out the industry, for the past years because sometimes it is necessary. The music industry can be good or bad with you. So, if you can step aside from time to time, to keep your mind fully functional, just do it. I've been working with Jose Delgado, Danny Ulman, Boban Apostolov, Romeo Bravo, Jerry Wess from Futuristic Lingo, Futuristic Lingo, Young Marquis, Hi-Def, Roster Music, Loops Lab...

Who or what inspired you to get into the music industry?

Well, my entourage back in the 90’s influenced me a lot. I grew up with friends & mates doing music of all kind, guitarists, bassists, drummers, deejays, pianists, all type of music were involved. I've listened from classical music to nu-metal, gospel, hip-hop and RnB, etc. I am multi-genre. I am open minded when is about music. This morning I listened a classical music of 1928, Bolero of Maurice Ravel, a real masterpiece for me. My last concert was DISTURBED a metal group from Chicago. I can find inspiration in any genre. If I love it, it will give me a boost do to be part of the musical movements and bring me creativity. Music gives you such a feeling that you want to bring your touch too.

Unique vocal, unique lyrics, unique melodies? Can you explain us?

Certainly, each track I work on, I need to add some extra verses and melodies to obtain a unique version of the song in a way that says;" Oh that way of singing it is Alexi Armandsen. It has to be the same for the melodies and the lyrics. Each great singers I listen to, have a special touch. Listen to Sisqo from Dru Hill or K-ci Hailey from Jodeci when listening to them; I can recognise their voices, but then I know they will sing their little voice trick or gimmick. So it's the same for me, I have my personal vocal gimmick, and it defines who I am as a performer. To hear it you will have to come and discover me live.

How do you select your songs for your live shows?

I can select songs from all my deejays friends' advice or simply browsing websites made for deejays. A way I like to do is to listen to some mixes on youtube according to the genre I need to work on. That way I can work on something else while listening and if something tickles my eardrums, I just stop and take few minutes to get more information about the targeted track. That's the best way for me, cause I feel more relax. And i also select the song for his groove; I need to feel it, I can also submit it to ask some opinions from the deejays, to be sure that we connect with the live playlist.

What would it be like to see you in person performing those songs?

You will have the feeling to be in a private concert or should I say a showcase, cause my remixes songs are exclusively made for live events. Imaging listening to the last hot tracks from the charts and then coming from nowhere that extra verses or hooks that bring a new flavour to the original song. You won't be able to find them on the market, unfortunately, but You will feel the energy cause I want the audience to be happy. I bring a presence on the stage and among the crowd. Just imagine how excited when you were at your last concert, looking at your favourite artist and singing along with all the people.
I want to interact with the audience to make the night unforgettable.

You perform at clubs and different venues. What makes you different from other performers?

My vocal. My voice is my primary weapon when I host (and vocally emceeing), I am not kind of person that entertain by only screaming non-stop. I am gifted enough to be able to sing, so I use my voice. I sing some verses and hooks all specially written by myself; all blended into custom tracks from the charts. My team is here to helps me if needed; it can be for melodies or even lyrics arrangement. In that way, i can reach a great combination with the playing tracks that are designed for the shows. Clubs need to bring something a little extra to their nights, and this is why I've launched my "Live Vocal Remix Show" because I bring that extra to any events.

Having some vocalist during the night with specific tracks and vocal, give your audience the feeling to have an artist showcasing at their party. And it enables you at the same time to showcase your productions.

Tracks you perform live are in the market as well, or do you have some tracks made especially for club performances?

All my remixes are only customised for club performances; maybe I could release few of them in the market but not at the moment. The only tracks available would be my production, I have the chance to have as music partner few well-known names from the music industry such as Boban Apostolov, Rickey Rainbow and Justyn Brodsky to help me reaching what I want. Shortly I'd like to have some production from ‘the glowsticks” I love their style, and it might suit me, but in a near future when time and schedule enable it.

What's your music genre?

For live shows, my genre is clubbing (dance, deep house, electro, etc. )any music that generates energy, make dance people and where I can drop my vocal. Hip-hop and Rnb are also part of my shows; I love so much genre that I don’t want to be stuck in one and only genre. I am a versatile artist, so I perform whatever I want and makes me feel good, and people will feel the spreading love. I wish one day to be able to perform some slow jam in nightclubs, lol. But it will be for another type of events I guess unless I find a way to integrate it into my show. But all is possible.

What's the best way to book you for performance?

You can reach me through my website www.armandsen.com or at arman.booking@gmail.com. My website is about to get a lifting so don't get surprised.

Have you set some goals for future as a music artist?

As a music artist, I am trying to prepare few pop-metal-rock type of songs; I love that 90’s nu-metal sounds, and it gave me few ideas. I had the chance to recently start to learn the electric guitar, and I want to give myself a try with a couple of songs but with my touch, and a modern vision by mixing my favourite genre. I am blessed enough to have with me the talented Elena Kuzovkova from who is my new sound engineer; she has some great abilities in production. I love her vision, professionalism and creativity, exactly what I need to go further. She brings her expertise into my vocal remixes, and I can't wait to start to work on a full project from A to Z. She is the right person for my music project; I am sure with time the result will be tremendous. The Glowsticks are on my wish list regarding significant production. I have been following them for quite a long time, and I hope pretty soon go ahead with them when the time is right, and my schedule enables me to do it. But I'll do my best to have my projects achieved as soon as I can!

Interview with Julian Kelly - A Popular American Singer & Songwriter

Julian Kelly is a popular American singer and songwriter. She has worked as a lyricist for an impressive roster of mainstream artists and is best known for her melodic ballads and powerhouse vocals. She has been featured on the cover of All Indie Magazine, The Lizzy T Show in Canada, and has appeared on the radio show On the Air With Sir ( the host of BET's show 106 & Park). She starred in the Pindar Films horror movie The Devil's Courthouse and recently completed work on her documentary film titled Almost Family. Her last music album was titled The Family Reject and sold thousands of copies worldwide.

Check out the interview :

Love Music : Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education etc. ??

Julian Kelly : Well, I’ve been around for quite a while! I was born in Baltimore Maryland and I studied music there throughout my childhood. I was really fortunate in that I had fantastic teachers like jazz artist Jane Lamar, Dolores McGowan, Victoria Lavan, and Helen Strine (of Peabody Conservatory). I studied music at a smattering of places, but most notably the American Music Dramatic Academy. Before that I’d already been featured in a number of national and internationl musical theater tours. I’ve been working professionally since the age of 12. Even with all of that, this is my very first Christmas album! Recording “Christmas Love” was a fantastic experience.

Love Music : We been hearing a lot about you, as you featured on the cover of All Indie Magazine, The Lizzy T Show in Canada, and has appeared on the radio show On the Air With Sir ( the host of BET's show 106 & Park), so we notice you’re starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel ?

Julian Kelly : It feels really good, and I am tremedously grateful to every single solitary person out there who has supported me. Without the support and love of every single person who listens to my music and buys the album, I couldn’t do this.

Love Music : At what point did you decide to become a American singer/songwriter ?

Julian Kelly : The first song that I remember writing was called “The Poms”. It was an ode of sorts to Pomeranian dogs because I adored mine so much! I knew at around age 9 that I would definitely spend my life making music. Music has always been a huge part of my life. Music helps me to process my emotions and to deal with life.

Love Music :  Your last album "The Family Reject " sold thousands of copies worldwide, can you please tells our readers more about it ?

Julian Kelly : “The Family Reject” was a real turning point for me. It was the first time that I’d publically acknowledged the fact that my adoption had affected me on a deep and permanent level. I remember sitting down in my living room and feeling a tremendous level of grief and frustration over the fact that a lot of people in my biological family were refusing to speak to me. I’d spent over a decade looking for people who rejected me without even bothering to get to know me, and that experience took me to a really dark place for a little while.

Sadly, a lot of people let their own bias and fear dictate their responses to perfectly good people. So, that album was my way of asserting the fact that I do exist. It was a way of saying—regardless of whether you choose to acknowledge me or not—I am here; I am a good person; I will press on; your absence doesn’t get to define me anymore. I am a tremendously successful woman, but it stung. Nevertheless, I think that asserting your wholeness is something that pretty much everyone can relate to. We’ve all encountered people who have tried to make us feel “less than”, but the people who are really important simply don’t do that.

Love Music : Do you see being a singer/songwriter as a career, or as a hobby?

Julian Kelly : Hahaha. It’s been my career for more than two decades!

Love Music :  If you could perform anywhere, in the world, where would it have to be ?

Julian Kelly : When I was on the National tour of Songs from the Soul, we performed at the Millenium Center in Detroit. That was a dream come true.

Love Music : What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

Julian Kelly : I think that getting invitations to really prominent award shows and openings is something that feels really validating! I’m always surprised when people know who I am. That said, I think I’m most proud of finding a way to stay true to myself.

Love Music : Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time ?

Julian Kelly : Free time? What’s that! Hahaha. I’ve recently discovered the Netflix shows “The Crown” and “Haters Back Off”, and I love watching them when I have a few moments. I also really like to paint with oils, read, take photos, and chat with the people I love.

Love Music : Any tip would you give to other musicians ?

Julian Kelly : Stay true to yourself, but also stay relevant. Write about the things you care about and don’t give up! Also, don’t take rejection personally—just keep going with your head held high.

Love Music : How can people find you and follow you online ?

Julian Kelly : People can connect with me on facebook at





Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Interview with Brose Royce - A Famous Rap Artist

What is your name and what city do you rep?
Brose Royce. I’m a Jersey native and Los Angeles resident

What is unique about you and your music?

A good mix of bars, melody and cadence is hard to find these days. It’s a cogent combo I delivery

What shaped your music?

Legendary rap influencers of course. But also my environment(s). I moved a lot growing up. I lived in nearly every major city in America. The different cultures, styles and types of music in each area played a part I’m sure

When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?
Around 15 or 16 years old

What type of music do you listen to?

Everything. If it sound good I like it

Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist?

Meek Mill *lol*


How do you prepare for your performances?
2 joints and a prayer

What ignites your (song) writing flow?

A dope beat. Any adrenaline rush will get me amped to write ore record

What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

Eat, travel, box, and take care of my family.

Success to you is…
A nice roof over my head, making sure the fam is well feed, and being able to reach the masses with my music. The rest will follow suit

What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out?
Have a budget.

Any upcoming projects?
Politikkks (the album) drops November 29, 2016

Where do we find you music / music project?

iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Google Play, Soundcloud, etc. Search Brose Royce ! 


Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Noemi Smorra - This Song

How easily we judge someone we don’t even know?

How easily we judge someone we don’t even know? That’s the main topic of “This song” music video with Noemi Smorra. Shot in Berlin by multi-awarded filmmaker Livia Alcalde, it explores a day in the lives of Raphael and Frederica. Their condition is not revealed until half of the video, showing to the spectators how fast are our prejudices and judgments. Raphael and Frederica finally enjoy a typical Berlin house party together with beautiful, multicultural Berlin people. There is no such a thing as being “different”: we are all humans, perfect in our imperfections.  


The single This Song (Marta Venturini, Valerio Errico, Kathleen Hagen for Warner Chappell, Maqueta Records and Limited Music Trade) is the last excerpt from the EP Trasparente by Noemi Smorra, known for the single Golden Leaves in a duet with the Russian popstar Lena Katina (ex t.A.T.u.) with whom she has performed several times in Europe. 

Friday, 18 November 2016

Interview with Pierce Alexander Lilholt - Like A Boss

Love Music recently interviewed a famous pianist Pierce Alexander Lilholt - Like A Boss

Check out the interview : 

Love Music : Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education etc. ??

 I am a serial entrepreneur. My background is primarily in information technology and intellectual property. Before college, my formal education was primarily based in New Jersey. I did some time studying digital audio production and audio engineering at Drexel in Philadelphia before I went on to earn my BA in communications from Franklin College, Switzerland.

Love Music : We been hearing a lot about you, and your piano music , so we notice you’re starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

 I am flattered to know that I have something in common with so many people. I think my music is awesome, and apparently so many others think my music is awesome too!

Love Music : At what point did you decided to playing the piano?

 Pianos are tempting. Even people who don’t know anything about playing pianos still want to tinkle those ivories. I think people who have never played piano before are most drawn to hitting one of the white keys. For adventurers, it will be a comfort to know that if you ever feel like sneaking a few notes, all of the white keys on a piano are in the key of C. For those who don’t want to discriminate, all of the black keys on a piano are the notes of a five tone scale. If you only play the black keys, what your playing is bound to sound oriental or asian, or whatever is politically correct to call that sound these days. Hashtag black keys matter! If you have never made a piano make noise, I suggest giving it a try, because it is very easy. Unlike instruments which require practice just to make one note sound pleasant (like bowed or wind instruments). Playing piano is as easy as depressing a key. Piano can be very uplifting. I found it to be a fun and rewarding experience, and I continue to do so today. I love fun!

Love Music : What are you working on now and where do you feel your piano music is headed?

 I am preparing my YouTube channel for syndication on ​www.ULPTV.com​. I will be featuring my music as a video-radio channel on the ULP TV app. I also plan on reaching out to www.MusicianInternational.com​regarding increasing exposure for my superb music. Musician International is an internationally diversified network which caters to independent musicians from around the world. I believe the subdivision of Musician International known as the International Music Award Bureau may also take interest in my unique musical style. I plan on visiting ​www.MusicAwardBureau.com​ in order to submit my works.

Love Music : Is there someone who inspired you?

 I am very inspirational. I often enjoy playing the piano alone. I want to hear my music. My music inspires me. Experimentation inspires me. Musicians and music lovers alike inspire me. I am perpetually inspired. You would be hard pressed to find someone or something that doesn’t inspire me!

Love Music : What motivates you to do your best work as an pianist?

 All of my work is my best work. It is important not to focus on one particular piece of work and to look at the life of an artist as a whole. When you live your life as an artist, your life is the song. Everything you do is part of the masterpiece. Although some masterstrokes may seem more impressive than others, when everything you do is an art, attention to detail and adventure define a boldness that is shared by all artists. Being an artist is not about being different, it is about being aware.

Love Music : If you could perform anywhere, in the world, where would it have to be?

 At this moment in time, I would like to perform on the top of Mount Everest while breathing through an oxygen tank. Apparently, the air is very thin up there, and helicopters can’t even fly there. I would be curious what a piano would sound like while resonating through such thin air. Not to mention, playing piano on top of Mount Everest would be undeniably unforgettable.

Love Music : What are your future plans to playing the piano? Your vision for the coming years.

 In the years to come, I would like to play piano with other phenomenal musicians. I envision a marvelous video-radio channel on ULP TV, and I hope to collaborate with other musicians who maintain astonishing channels on ULP TV.. I hope to receive many awards from the International Music Award Bureau. Specifically, I hope to be the first artist to win awards from both the ​www.WestCoastMusicAward.com​ and ​www.EastCoastMusicAward.com​. I would love to win the Sound Wave Award as well!

Love Music : Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

 I play piano in my free time!

Love Music : How can people find you and follow you online?

 People can find my music on YouTube at ​www.youtube.com/piercealexanderlilholt​. I also like to share my music on Twitter at ​www.twitter.com/piercelilholt​. To stay on top of all of the best of Pierce Alexander Lilholt, ​www.PierceLilholt.com ​is the best place to go for the latest news and all of the FUN!

Thursday, 17 November 2016

Sweet Eve and Nick Menza

The heavy metal world was in shock when former Megadeth drummer Nick Menza passed away suddenly while preforming in Studio City this past May. Since his death the metal community has been treated to an auction for the late drummer’s visual art. He was also a skilled craftsman who made his own instruments. Nick’s passing meant the possibility of a Rust in Peace reunion has now passed. Before Nick died he had begun working on a project with a rock band from Los Angeles. Sweet Eve was recording their second album “The Immortal Machine” with Menza not only producing but playing drums as well. After Menza’s death Sweet Eve reunited with former members of the band and the group wrote, rehearsed and recorded the rest of the album with producer Tom Weir. Instead of touching up the tracks that Menza recorded Sweet Eve opted to keep them in the form that Menza left them in. The album “The Immortal Machine” is available now for pre-sale on iTunes and Amazon and it will be available everywhere December 9.