Books & Music

Sultan Road Excerpt
By David Celley · 1 month ago
SULTAN ROAD David Celley St. Petersburg, Florida Copyright © 2020 David Celley ISBN: 978-1-64718-695-1 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form ...
How Music Changed The World
By Alexander Belsey · 1 month ago
‘Music can change the world because it can change people’ - Bono In an era where public demand is increasingly driven by consumerism and materialist values, and people are kept apart, it can be easy ...
Edgy ideas that influence a poet
By Carola Kolbeck · 2 weeks ago
A philosophical delight - An interview with Tom Rubens - Author of Seven Luminous Paths Interview by Carola Kolbeck @chameleoninhighheels Tom Rubens is the author of our latest poetry collection “Seven Luminous Paths”, a philosophical ...
Norman Music Festival Announces Its Comeback In 2022! - Know About The Summer Sound Check Series
By Norman Collins · 2 weeks ago
Music is indeed a medication for all your problems. Even a doctor prescribes you to listen to music when you are suffering from depression or stress problems. In such cases, if you are a music ...
COP26 and Amazon's contradiction towards protecting the world
By Carle Rivers · 1 month ago
As COP26 has arrived, hopes are that, given it coincides with Halloween, it does not turn into a horror show, but will be a testimony of the magic that can happen when countries work together ...
What is General Knowledge, and what is it for?
By Monzur Hossein · 1 month ago
The usefulness of general knowledge mainly consists of two macro-sectors. First, it represents the attitude of the individual. The possession of knowledge of general Knowledge demonstrates a tendency that pushes a specific subject to obtain ...
Serving others brings out the finest in us
By Asha Bajaj · 2 months ago
#Depression; #DebraAtlas; #Philosophy; #Psychology; #SpiritualLeaders; #Community Canadian-Media: A review of Debra Atlas's book 'You Aren't Depression's Victim' is given by Asha Bajaj, editorial director, publisher, and marketing of Canadian-Media. In her book 'You Aren't Depression's ...
5 Reason to start a Podcast
By Phillip Simmons · 2 months ago
Starting a podcast can be a daunting task, but can have significant value for your business. We spoke to the podcast founders from Business Over Drinks - a podcast about business, entrepreneurship and more (with ...
The Changing Face of Music
By Sam Adams · 2 months ago
Music like most technological advances, has gone through many changes over the past 10 years. In fact the landscape of music, especially in South Africa, is completely unrecognisable from 5 years ago.  Music has gone ...
The Loudest Bands In History: 10 Ear-Splitting Acts Who’ll Batter Your Brain With Sound
By Alex Belsey · 3 months ago
For decades, musicians have turned their amplifiers up to 11 in a quest to blow audiences away with their walls of sound. From old-school heavy metallers to cutting-edge electronica artists, bands across a range of ...
The World’s Loudest Classical Music
By Alexander Belsey · 4 months ago
Rock and metal fans get a lot of flack from classical fans for their noisy rabblerousing that can reach frightening levels of sound. But believe it or not, classical fans have a few antisocial tracks ...
An Exploration of Androgyny and the Revival of Rock & Roll
By Sydney Blodgett · 3 months ago
Rock and roll is known for its gender-bending fashion, that’s not a secret. Genre icons David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, and Alice Cooper experimented with traditionally feminine looks in the heyday of rock, pushing the boundaries ...
Maria Pellicano explores Family Constellations with her heartfelt single, ‘My Gift Of Love’
By Karen Harding · 4 months ago
Our families are filled with a rich history of people, lives and experiences, that contribute to shaping the people we become. Singer/Songwriter, author, teacher and coach, Maria Pellicano is releasing her single, ‘My Gift of ...
Born To Raise Decibels: Inside The Loudest Band Of All Time
By Alexander Belsey · 5 months ago
‘It will be so loud that if we move in next door to you, the lawn will die’ - Lemmy, Motörhead The above quote comes from a time when groups were competing for a listing ...
How to Transfer Songs from Spotify to iTunes
By Freya Gong · 5 months ago
Spotify is an online music streaming service platform that uses a freemium platform, while additional features are offered through paid subscriptions. Spotify relies on streaming subscription Premium subscribers and third-party advertising as its revenue income. ...
From Baroque To Rock: The Surprising Similarities Between Classical And Modern Music
By Alexander Belsey · 6 months ago
With every new generation, a new musical genre is developed. Usually, it’s accompanied by shouts of ‘turn that racket down!’ from every older person in the vicinity. In the 1920s, jazz was looked down on ...
Songwriter Gifted Pen Hired For To Write The Hits
By Laura Mcnicols · 6 months ago
When you think of Country music, you think of names and heart throbs like Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Derks Bentley, Neal McCoy, Billy Currington, and the list goes on but where do those great songs ...
A Portrait Of A Ghostwriter
By Cali Duncan · 6 months ago
Music is more than sound, it is an expression of human emotion and direct feelings from the heart. It has often been said music is a sixth sense, or that music comes from the heart. ...
Can't Stop The Music Down On Music Row
By Cali Duncan · 6 months ago
For years her award winning signature identifies her trademark. She has contributed her musical gifts to many of the household names in country music. Her accolades give explanation to those who have worked with her ...
5 Ways To Experience More Music
By Alexander Belsey · 7 months ago
Studies have shown that music can have a profound influence on our mood and wellbeing. Whether with cathartic, tearful tracks or upbeat rhythms that get us dancing, music can reflect the whole spectrum of human ...