Saturday, 21 June 2014

Mcbusted Support Acts EofE And Young Brando Song Reviews

This is a bit late, but I went to see McBusted in May in Manchester and I thought I would put my journalistic skills to use and do some reviews of the singles from my two favourite support bands that myself and my other half liked, EofE and Young Brando.

Lets start with Young Brando:

The Salisbury band were the first to perform at the concert. It must have been nerve-wracking, but probably one of the best feelings ever for a upcoming band. One of the songs they performed was their latest single 'Out at Sea'. They reminded me of some other bands that I listen to, but I was cheering them on as they are pretty local to me (I'm from Amesbury lads. don't forget about us local fans!) The lads are also on YouTube and Twitter so go follow and have a listen!

Second on were EofE:

EofE were the second band supporting McBusted, and they were my other half's favourite... Although they are starting to my favourite now. I have listened to their latest single 'Lust' numerous times now and I can not get bored of the song, literally minutes ago I was just jumping around the flat singing along to the chorus and the 'She Knows' parts. (My fellow McBusted fans will know what I am on about). It is a pretty good song to rock out and jump around to. The Phones 4 U Arena were buzzing when they were performing this song. It is available now on iTunes to buy, and EofE are on Twitter and YouTube so go have a follow and a listen!

I love listening to upcoming bands, probably my favourite kind of music to find and listen to as no one has heard of them, and when they come on the scene and people start talking about them you can go 'Oh yeah, I knew about them months ago, and love them!'

But everyone who reads my blog, give these guys a follow, they're young, fresh and have an amazing career ahead of them in the music industry!

Katie Dyba.

Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Joe Marson - Godammit Julia Review

Joe Marson is one of my favourite aspiring artists from across the world. I have been a fan since I started blogging whilst studying at university, and I have followed his progress since I decided that I wanted to blog about music.

'Godammit Julia' is an acoustic song that Joe wrote himself. Joe is just one of these artists that likes to range his vocals throughout the song, which makes the audience listen more; because  it grabs their attention. (Well it grabbed mine)

Joe is one of these musicians who can really tell a story through the art of music. The song is a story of Joe and his feelings towards a girl called Julia (whether its real I don't know) but he makes it SO convincing just through the way he sings the lyrics and emphasises on certain parts of the song.

He also has a range within his vocals where he can sing low and sing high too, this is portrayed in this song, when he sings softer parts higher pitch, and parts of some verses in lower pitch. This makes the song unique along with him playing the guitar through the song too.
The guitar playing even has some range from the soft plucking parts to full on strumming when he goes for it in the choruses. Got to be one of my favourites of his songs and his performances on You Tube.

Give Joe a listen, here's the link to 'Godammit Julia' on YouTube:

Katie Dyba.

Sunday, 9 March 2014

The Milk - Favourite Worry Track Review

The band from London and Essex have upped their game with their newest track 'Favourite Worry'. This track is totally different to their album 'Tales from the Thames' but it is amazing! 

'Favourite Worry' is more of a soulful track, which really shows off the lead singer's vocals, and he has this raw sound to his voice, which you don't really hear much in today's music. Also, this kind of rawness in his voice really makes you connect with listening to the song, well it did for me anyway. 

This song has the whole package, and the track on SoundCloud of the song is them performing it live too, so you can REALLY hear the rawness in the vocals and how well the band play together and really connect together as a band.

Again, another song I believe is faultless by The Milk, and they are becoming one of my favourite bands to listen to. 

I really cannot wait to hear more of their music.

To listen to 'Favourite Worry' here's the link to The Milk's SoundCloud:

Katie Dyba.

Monday, 11 November 2013

James Vickery - Fly Away Music Review

Runner up from 2012's Open Mic UK James Vickery has released a track called 'Fly Away'. 

This acoustic track really shows off his vocals and his guitar playing skills. The young artist has something unique when he sings, he has a kind of twang in his voice which makes him stand out. 

James has done really well with 'Fly Away' it is really a tune that would be good to listen on a nice warm spring day (unfortunately the weather isnt the right type!) I cannot wait to hear more from you James, I miss hearing your fab voice! 

If you would like to listen to James's song 'Fly Away' it is on his Sound Cloud:

Keep up the good work James!

Katie Dyba.

McFly - Love Is On The Radio Review

The McFly boys are back with a bang after celebrating their 10 year anniversary by performing at the Royal Albert Hall back in September, they are releasing another banger of a single: 'Love Is On The Radio'.

The song has such a feel vibe to it that also has a bit of a country western twist, which is a good thing obviously! When you listen to this song, it will instantly get you in a good mood and get your foot tapping along to the catchy tune and the beat.

McFly have always had the talent of being able to tell a great story through the art of song and music. And this song once again proves that even after 10 years of being a band together, they are still as good as they were when they first formed. 

'Love Is On The Radio' really exposes the boy's vocals and their harmonies, and they are still just as fabulous in this kind of song compared to some of their other songs which may be more 'rocky'. It just goes to show that they are here to stay and are just as versatile as other bands that are in the music industry/

The single is out on the 22nd November 2013, so get pre ordering, if you cant wait for it to be released, heres the link to the You Tube video:

Katie Dyba.

Sunday, 7 July 2013

Dean 'Bassorgy' Netton - Upcoming House Music Producer!

All you House Music lovers, make sure you keep a look out for this man's name; Dean 'Bassorgy' Netton. He's 28 years old and is an aspiring House Music Producer. 

He has made two tracks that are on his SoundCloud (link will be at the bottom of this piece for you to listen to it) but they are very good tracks that will definitely get you in the mood for partying or a night out clubbing.

Just from these two tracks, he has converted me into loving House Music more than I did before, and that is the producer's job; to get new fans and he has made me in the mood to go out and party the night away. You will see what I mean when you listen to the tracks. 

We cannot wait to see what more you have to offer Dean, and hope the next creation is not too far away! 

Have a listen to Dean's SoundCloud: 

Katie Dyba,

Monday, 24 June 2013

Random Rampage Mixtape 'A Breath Of Fresh Air' Review

Sean Matica, also known as 'Random Rampage' has dropped his mix tape called 'A Breath of Fresh Air'  He dropped it at the end of May 2013, it already has had 299 views. If you like your true rap, then listen to this mix tape. 

With rap music, you normally hear just the basic kind of vocabulary being used in tracks. But with Sean he really goes hard with using big words and making the raps narrative. To me this is something which makes him stand out, as you dont really hear this kind of rapping anymore. 

I don't normally like explicit rap, but Sean has converted me into liking it, because of the way he raps about it, it is more of a story, not like he is saying it just to try and be a rapper. But he really is a true rapper, because he experiments with words for his lyrics. 

The way he raps also is very good. He has the speeds right perfectly, sometimes he raps really fast and it sounds immense. The way he pronounces words too is also good, because you can understand what he is saying, even if he is rapping fast. 

It's like he's ready to go on stage and sell music officially already, just from the way he sounds on this mix tape. 

So if you like your rap, give Random Rampage a listen, you won't regret it:

Katie Dyba.