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Moonspell

By | September 8th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

NO MERCY: MOONSPELL + NAPALM DEATH + BEHEMOTH + DEW SCENTED + ROOT

Saturday 31-03 Austria Planet Music Vienna
Sunday 01-04 Germany Alte Spinnerei Glauchau
Monday 02-04 Czech Abaton Praha
Tuesday 03-04 Germany Postbahnhoff Berlin
Wednesday04-04 Germany Markthalle Hamburg
Thursday 05-04 Germany Batschkapp frankfurt
Friday 06-04 Germany Movie Bielefeld (without MOONSPELL)
Saturday 07-04 Germany Zeche Carl Essen
Sunday 08-04 Belgium Hof ter Loo Antwerpen (with OBITUARY)
Monday 09-04 Holland 013 Tilburg (with OBITUARY)
Tuesday 10-04 UK Koko London
Wednesday11-04 France la Locomotive Paris
Thursday 12-04 France Transbordeur lyon
Friday 13-04 Suisse Z7 pratteln
Saturday 14-04 Germany Stadthalle Lichtenfels
Sunday 15-04 Germany Backstage Munchen

Top David Bowie Tracks of all time

By | September 4th, 2018|Categories: Music|

David Bowie was a force of nature. Iconic for more than just his music, he was also a master or visual representation, showmanship and art in general.

His works have influenced many artists belonging to different genres all over the world including Lady Gaga, Arctic Monkeys, The Killers, and even Calvin Harris. So it is no laughing matter to filter through music that has spanned for more than five decades.

Here, we have collected a list of tracks based on popular verdict and sales. These aren’t in any particular order.

1. ‘Ziggy Stardust’

A song which is taken from his album “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars”, the album in itself influenced by glam rock and social taboos, Ziggy Stardust explores an alien alter ego who’s capable of playing the guitar and then later makes a band.

2. ‘Suffragette City’

‘Suffragette City’ was originally meant be played by the band Mott the Hoople, of which David Bowie is a fan of.

Interestingly, the saxophone in the background was synthesised using an ARP, specifically the 2600, which was also used to create the voice of R2-D2 in the Star Wars movies by sound designer Ben Burtt.

3. ‘Heroes’

What list would be complete without ‘Heroes’ in it? Inspired by his producer Tony Visconti’s affair with Antonia Maass who’d kiss in front of Bowie outside the Hansa Studio window in Berlin, ‘Heroes’ went on to become one of David Bowie’s most celebrated songs of all time.

The song was released in 1977 as part of the ‘Heroes’ album. The song has renowned song composer and producer Brian Eno playing the synthesiser and keyboard.

4. ‘Under Pressure’

A song that united two vocal juggernauts in the form of Freddy Mercury and David Bowie, ‘Under Pressure’ was written mostly by Freddie Mercury, even though everyone contributed.

Under Pressure

Although this song was marred with artistic differences, with Bowie having a particular vision for the song which eventually led to lead guitarist of the Queen Brian May backing off, the song went on to chart exceptionally well in UK and US.

5. ‘Space Oddity’

A song written after being inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 blockbuster movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, the lyrics tell the story of an astronaut, Major Tim, who drifts off into space after cutting all communication.

The song was released in 1969 on David Bowie’s self-titled album. The song was re-released in 1975 in the UK as part of a “3 Tracks for the price of 2” promotion. This would eventually lead to Bowie having his first #1 in the UK.

Best Guitarists Ever – Top Ten List

By | September 4th, 2018|Categories: Best Guitarists|

There are many legends in music, but there’s always something badass about guitarists. The silky smooth finger movement, the sophisticated melodies, even the pose, it’s almost unfair that they hog all the spotlight!

In this article, we’ll go through some of the greatest guitarists ever.

1. Eddie Van Halen

Unanimously known for his involvement with Van Halen, Eddie Van Halen, along with his brothers Alex Van Halen and Wolfgang Van Halen, were introduced to the world of music when they approached the age of six. Although Van Halen couldn’t read music, he caught on by watching and learning.

2. Jimmy Page

The Led Zeppelin guitarist first came across a guitar when he was 12 years old. He found the guitar inside the house that they were relocating to. Elvis Presley and Scotty Moore are some of his influences.

3. Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix is quite possibly the greatest guitarist of all time. He was one of the first guitarists to employ amplifier feedback as a style. He was also the first artist to make full use of stereophonic phasing in his recordings. He influenced many guitarists of his time such as Slash.

4. Slash

Lead guitarist of the iconic Guns ‘n’ Roses, Slash’s stature as a modern great is ever increasing. He has even made three solo albums; Apocalyptic Love, World on Fire and Slash.

5. Eric Clapton

Eric Clapton is a three-time hall of famer, an honour that he doesn’t share with anybody else. Clapton was inducted initially as a solo artist, and later twice for being a member of the bands, Yardbirds and Cream.

6. Angus Young

 

Angus Young is the co-founder of the iconic Australian band AC/DC. A hall of famer himself along with his fellow band members, his tryst with music was when he started playing a six-string banjo after dropping out of school at the age of 15.

7. Kirk Hammett

Kirk Hammett joined Metallica in the year 1983 after forming and naming Exodus. As a child, Hammett was drawn to the horror genre, and it wasn’t long before he started saving up for horror magazine. After listening to the music of Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin among others, he began saving up for music magazines instead.

8. David Gilmour

A prominent figure of the legendary Pink Floyd, David Gilmour was ushered into the world of music after being encouraged by his parents. He bought his first single ever in 1954. It was Bill Haley’s “Rock Around the Clock”. After hearing works by Elvis Presley, he decided to try his hand at playing the guitar.

9. Stevie Ray Vaughan

Stevie Ray Vaughan dropped out of school in the year 1971 and played with many bands after moving to Austin. The Blues Foundation in the year 1984 named him Entertainer of the Year as well as the Blues Instrumentalist of the Year.

10. Dimebag Darrell

Dimebag Darrell was the co-founder of bands such as Pantera and Damageplan. He co-founded Damageplan with Vinnie Paul, his brother.

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