Album View: Andy Michaels' New Release "Revisited"



Coloring the pop-rock/adult contemporary music realm, notably in Australia, for over a decade doesn't stop singer/song writer, Andy Michaels, resting on his laurels as he continue to deliver new exciting music. Andy's latest gift for the music world is a 13 songs album entitled “Revisited” that was officially released on January 2, 2018, and already receiving positives responses. On this record, the musician plans nothing else aside from providing entertainment for every fans out listener with his creative arrangement, quality song writing which produces fun music for many. In completing that new record, the Australia based musician worked with several of his trustworthy companion such as, Andy Court (backing vocals and keyboard), Sharon Court (vocals and backing vocals) along with Kerrie Ironside (vocals and backing vocals).

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Music View : Experiencing a Mysterious Music Journey With Ghostly Beard's "Inwards"



In the era where musicians are viciously eyeing for exposure and popularity, there's still those true artists who are determined in just creating music without having to reveal their real identity. One name that recently drawing attention is Canadian based rocker, who labeled himself as Ghostly Beard, an intriguing name indeed, but not necessarily offering dark or scary music stuff as this experienced rocker pretty much combined elements of pop rock, progressive rock, classic rock, jazz fusion and soft rock into one, resulting in an upcoming album entitled “Inward”. Originally known as a guitarist/musician maned Peter Talbot, the Ghostly Beard's persona is a way for Peter to re-enter the music world without any unwanted disturbance as he can simply focus on his music work in the shadows.

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Album View: Raven King's Self Titled Release



Combining art rock with grunge might not be a common theme, even in current era, but that idea doesn't stop three talented rockers called Raven King from exploring it and eventually led them into releasing a self titled album back on December 28, 2017. The trio worked hard in writing, arranging about 11 tracks of art-grunge-rock stuff with intriguing harmonies along with intensely dark lyrics that simply gave them that distinctive difference compared to other alternative/grunge bands out there. Incorporating a rather jazzy and groovy tones into their grunge rock element, this rockers certainly create such unique sound and atmosphere on their songs, something that can take music lovers deep into an artistic musical journey which not many have experience before. 

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Album View: Embracing Oliver Cheung's EP "Remembrance"


Instrumental progressive rock music might not be a super popular genre in recent years, but the musicality, technicality and just simply the flavor seems to continue inspiring new musicians from all over the globe, including Hong Kong talented guitarist/musician, Oliver Cheung. Inspired by prog-rock musicians such as Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree, Opeth and Sithy Aye, Oliver composed and unleashed his latest EP entitled “Remembrace” back on December 10, 2017. Consisting of three tracks, the young musician looks determined to showcase his musical quality into all of his tune as he introduced himself into the music world.

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Album View: Enjoying Jason Vitelli's New Release "Head Above Tide"



Still in the early months of 2018, rock music never stop releasing exciting stuff for the fans, such as a recent outing from New York baser rocker, Jason Vitelli. The musician crafted in total of 16 tracks, combining many interesting element from dramatic kind of arrangements, with that bit of folk approach plus progressive kind of feel which leading into an intriguing art rock album entitled “Head Above Tide”, which just received its official release on January 17th 2018. On the new songs, Jason basically keen on describing how people handle obstacles in life and facing any adversities along the way. Not only taking one or two references, the rocker went all out and set down stuff from family, literature, romance relationship, fantasy and even the culture around him all become inspiration for stories he developed on his songs.

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