#MusicMatters | Anne-Marie Live at KokoLondon

Anne-Marie is one of the pre-legends of the scene. She’s a local girl from Essex who went to drama school and loved to perform Motown classics. Her backing singer is her best friend and her sister; which makes for a very interesting and engaging performance; as both women know exactly what they’re aiming to do and how they’re going to perform it.

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#MusicMatters | Marcus Samuel x Gen x Lewis Planter – “My Generation”

Recording Artist/Musician/Songwriter Marcus Samuel returns with another surefire anthem for the summer thereafter the glowing success of previous single “Loud” with much awaited brand new single entitled “My Generation” featuring Gen and Lewis Planter; the laid-back, Caribbean-influenced “My Generation” has garnered close to 7,700 views on YouTube since its release.

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#Events | Musicalize Presents Ludacris Live at the Eventim Apollo (Review)

Musicalize presented multi-platinum selling hip-hop superstar and the star of current Hollywood box office smash “The Fate of the Furious” Ludacris inside the acclaimed and sold-out Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith, west London on March 25.

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#MusicMatters | The Top Music Events Happening in London This Year

You can always find a great performance to watch in London. The city has long been the home of some of the best plays, concerts, and shows. This year is no different. In fact, some of the best musicians from around the world are already preparing for their appearance in the city.

For those looking for the top music events happening in London this year, you have come to the right page. In this part, we’re going to take a look at some of the best music concerts in 2017.

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#SpotlightInterview | Alternative Band Faulkner

Faulkner is a popular alternative band based in Venice, California with members from New York City, consisting of Lucas Asher (vocals/guitar), Eric Scullin (vocals/multi-instrumentalist), Dimitire Farougias (bass) and Christian Hogan (drums).  After posting an online demo on SoundCloudFaulkner attracted the undivided attention of Mark Needham (The Killers), RZA (Record Producer/Multi-Platinum Selling Recording Artist/Hollywood Film Director-Actor/Wu-Tang Clan visionary/ MARVEL‘s “Iron Fist” Director), and JP Bowersock (The Strokes) to work on their debut album; RZA co-wrote and produced the popular single “NY Anthem” with Lucas Asher, which premiered on ESPN’s “Draft Academy.”

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#SpotlightInterview | Music Producer & Recording Artist Chase N.Cashe

It was undoubtedly a great feeling to be given the opportunity to release the exclusive video for Chase N.Cashe’s phenomenal track ‘The Black Jesus’. So made sense to approach him for a #SpotlightInterview to gain more insight into this great artist. Read on to find out how he got his name, why he named the EP ‘The Black Jesus’ (his answer may surprise you!) who his musical inspirations are, why he would like to produce for our UK grown talent including Skepta and Stormzy what drives and inspires him + much more in this insightful interview…..

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#12Watch | Singer & Songwriter Matt Linnen

Matt Linnen is a multi-talented singer-songwriter based in Southend-on-Sea, Essex who continues to carve out an ever-growing reputation courtesy of his uniquely eclectic sound, live acoustic splendor, impressive work rate and innate musical ability. Linnen’s immense passion for music and performing live is unprecedented and the ever-growing Essex-based act frequently performs live at various key events to the positive acclaim of audiences around the United Kingdom.

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#MusicMatters | #AlbumOfTheWeek: Stormzy ‘Gang Signs & Prayer’

You see it honestly made no sense to act like this LP hadn’t been released since Stormzy (real name Michael Omari Jr) has been absolutely everywhere. Live TV appearances, turning up at Boxpark and performing in venues nationwide, he is without a doubt the man of the moment. If you don’t like expletives; this album may not be for you. I’d advise you however to put it in context; even swear words help to tell a story.  The real question is; can his music outlive this vast attention and can his music stand the test of the time. The answer is… YES without a shadow of a doubt.

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