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Music Musings & Such
Independent indie institute Music Musings & Such, a wordpress website originator upgraded to a reddish retro esque entity. In-depth interviews, fundamental features and realistically raw reviews make for a carefully crafted and demonstrably detailed penchant place of minor musicians. Constructed under a digitally integrated visionary of modern monochrome that meets a splash of neon tinged red with an interjection of traditional type writer type face, Music Musings & Such is a bona fide blog for the fan, journalist, content consumer and indie individual.
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Drowned In Sound
Sounds from ambient areas to indie rock roots with enough genres to drown in. Festival focused with coverage of the organisation of such an event and details brought to life from Spacefest! to reviews of Synästhesie and more accessible means of recommended record such as St Vincent’s undeviating Masseduction and Vince Staples sonically superior Big Fish Theory. Whilst the websites imagery sparsely simplistic, Drowned In Sound are the people who have the unique ability to bring a global scale of music to one particular platform.
A complete catalogue for current music issues both configured to readable and audible structures. Complied of flashes of music business training with additional helpings of music minds matter mental outlets of pop ups relevant to the label, socio-economic, radio, streaming and legalities posts that all stem back to the music pinpoint. Complete Music Update professionally executed knack for delivering major reports ranging from serious stories such as sexual harassment allegations against Universals Republic Records sub-label president Charlie Walk contrasting to publishers posts of songwriters union BASCA’s resignation of committee members in a completely meticulous conveyance that leaves no music business stone unturned.
That Grape Juice
Whilst there is little drops of actual grape juice there is a carton full of music and entertainment disquisition. A quenching glass full of relaxed, informal urban pop culture, sourced from two corners of the globe with writers from the UK, London and US, Los Angeles axis encourage a two dimensional approach to the Blogs wide-reaching readership for the writer to write and the reader to response all opinion outlooks through the interview, reviews and news pieces as well as an online shop that allows the reader to wear their varied voice physically. Far from the beginnings of coloured splattered structures, That Grape Juice have defined a blogging brand that provides an honest, humble and thought provoking way with words.
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