December's Children (And Everybody's) was released on 4th December 1965

Time Travel: Get Off of My Cloud by The Rolling Stones


Time Travel category is like our person T.A.R.D.I.S with which we’ll take off and explore the history and date to take a closer look and music happenings from past. 


‘GET OFF OF MY CLOUD’ BY ‘THE ROLLING STONES’ TURNS 49

Recorded between 5th and 7th September 1965

Recorded between 5th and 7th September 1965

49 years ago, British band The Rolling Stones recorded their hit single – Get Off of My Cloud” – which followed their possibly most famous song ‘‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” which was recorded on May and released on June 1965.

”Get Off of My Cloud” was an answer on bands growing audience and rising fame and hysterics. As such, it presents rebellion in music they have presented to the fans.

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Jim Kroft

Fresh Frequencies : Jim Kroft


Fresh Frequencies is a category in which I would love to share some musicians that have intrigued my attention but with the amount of new artists every week, may have escaped yours. 


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Jim Kroft is a Berlin based musician whose voice may at times remind you of young John Lennon or perhaps his son Sean. That color is simply there. Before moving to German capitol, Kroft performed in London with his band ‘Myriad Creatures’

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Notice this releases : September

Before getting into article I am sorry for missing previous month, life. Happens. But, this month is quite interesting on new releases, especially from veterans. There is album from Ivan Král, man who played with Patti Smith, David Bowie or Iggy Pop is presenting new material after 12 years. We must not forget a legend – Robert Plant is due for another album with the Sensational Space Shifters, mentioning that this is a voice behind Led Zeppelin is hopefully not necessary. Another legendary voice belongs to Leonard Cohen, whose very successful album ‘Old Ideas’ will soon be followed by 13th studio album. Not to mention upcoming live album from Queen or new studio album from Smokey Robinson, oh but there is so much more.

But it is not all about legends. There are quite a few young artists to which we can look forward. Alt-J especially arisen an awesome wave of excitement. Then new album, releases only yesterday, by the Kooks or a debut album to fill shelves with bit of British rock, never enough of that, Catfish and the Bottlemen.

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Notice This Releases : July 2014

This moth in album releases is all about veterans of music. New albums will come from Yes, Manic Street Preachers, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Morrissey or Judas Priest. And who else ? ...

WEEK ONE: Every Time I Die – From Parts Unknown (1.7); Seether – Isolate and Medicate (1.7); Red Wanting Blue – Little America (1.7);

First week is going to be more for hard rock music fans with additional rock’n’roll sounds. First albums to be released in July are from Every Time I Die – American metalcore band who releases their seventh album From Parts Unknown. If you prefer something little lighter but still withing rock boundaries you can go for somehow grunge band Seether who returns with sixth studio album Isolate and Medicate. If you with for even lighter sound there is always Red Wanting Blue and their Little America.

WEEK TWO : Midge Ure – Fragile (7.7); SIA – 1000 Forms of Fear (7.7); Jon Allen – Deep River (7.7); Manic Street Preachers – Futurology (7.7)

Scottish soft-rock and new wave will arrive from Midge Ure and his upcoming album Fragile. Ure was on top of mountain in early 70’s when he played with bands like Thin Lizzy or Visage but most importantly you will remember him as frontman of Ultravox. From Scotland to Australia on alternative ride with Sia Furler (SIA) and her sixth album 1000 Forms of Fear. Sia is well know for her playfulness with genres and mixture of rock, pop, jazz or dance.  Unforgettable voice of man you would imagine differently is Jon Allen in cube, ready to release third studio album Deep River. And to Wales now where unstoppable machine Manic Street Preachers releases their twelfth studio album Futurology.

WEEK THREE : Morrissey – World Peace is None of Your Business (16.7); John Hiatt – Terms Of My Surrender (14.7); Judas Priest – Redeemer of Souls (14.7); Suicide Silence – You Can’t Stop Me (14.7); Puss n Boots –  No Fools, No Fun (15.7); Fink – Hard Believer (14.7); Jason Mraz – Yes! (15.7)

Stable icon of pop/rock deep meaning music is musician and songwriter Morrissey who comes back with tenth studio album World Peace Is None Of Your Business. Bit of blues dose for this month comes from American singer John Hiatt and his Terms Of My Surrender. Another music icon is with no doubts heavy metal band Judas Priests who are two weeks from releasing their seventeenth album Redeemer of Souls. An amazing talent for improvisation accompanies American singer/songwriter Jason Mraz and hopefully won’t leave him on upcoming album Yes!

WEEK FOUR: Yes – Heaven & Earth (21.7); Theory Of a Deadman – Savages (28.7); Anberlin – Lowborn (22.7); Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Hypnotic Eye (29.7); Jesse McCartney – In Technicolor (22.7)

Yes, Yes, Yes. If you have not heard off them, you should be ashamed. This band is practically indestructible and their release of twenty-first!! studio album Heaven & Earth is just the prove. With same gusto creates music another veterans Tom Petty and the HeartbreakersHypnotic Eye is going to be their thirteenth studio album. End of career is part of anyone’s life, same drill goes in music and so American alternative rock band with Christian themes – Anberlin – is releasing their final album Lowborn. Not to leave Canada out we shall meet rock band Theory Of a Deadman releasing their fifth studio album Savages.

Review : Ed Sheeran – X

Ed SheeranThree years in life of a musician are quite a time. And Ed Sheeran’s proves this theory on his new album ‘x’ which easily stands to it’s names. Instead of following his debut ‘+’ – Sheeran does indeed multiplies (x) his music. From simple, yet beautiful melancholy love ballads, accompanied only by his guitar to multi-instrumental modern pop with more pressure behind songs and some unexpected happenings.

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Notice This Releases : June

WEEK ONE: James – La Petite Mort (2.6); Clean Bandit – New Eyes (2.6); Incognito – Amplified Soul (2.6); 50 Cent – Animal Ambition (3.6); Hank Marvin – Hank (2.6), Tesla – Simplicity (6.6),

CLEAN BANDIT – NEW EYES is a debut album by British electronic group from Edinburgh which got noticed by wider audience with their single ‘Mozart House’ (featured on this album). Band could be perhaps described as mixture of electronic music with classical.

INCOGNITO – AMPLIFIED SOUL is a new album by band, that could be easily described as one of main in it’s genre – acid jazz. Incognito could never be described as one genre band but more of fusion between jazz, electro, funky, soul and pop.

JAMES – LA PETITE MORT is upcoming 14th album by this alternative rock band from Manchester and could be introduced as an tribute album to Tim Booth’s late mother and friend. Album features single Frozen Britain to which you can listen below.

WEEK TWO: Kasabian – 43:13 (9.6); First Aid Kit – Stay Gold (9.6); Rival Sons – Great Western Valkyrie (9.6);  Walter Trout – The Blues Came Callin’ (9.6); Jack White – Lazaretto (9.6), Passenger – Whispers (9.9)

KASABIAN : 48:13 is fifth album by this English rock band that is going to be produced by guitarist Sergio Pizzorno. Kasabian gladly combined rock music with electronic to create their unique sound often ‘labeled’ as space rock, though with years on, Kasabian are tending more and more to electronic.

FIRST AID KIT – STAY GOLD is third studio album by Swedish indie folk duo. This band is yet another discovered on YouTube and they took this opportunity. On the upcoming album, the topic is going to center around their lives.

JACK WHITE – LAZARETTO is second solo album by this artist who we can hardly call newly born. Jack White, who you probably know from his time in The White Stripes wasted no time this year, producing new Neil Young’s album, and writing new material. First solo album released two years ago, offered different sound then rock’n’roll ish we knew focusing more on country and folk as well as his love to women. This year, according to White’s own words, Lazaretto will again be mixture of different genres.

WEEK THREE: Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence (13.6); Linkin Park – The Hunting Party (16.6) ; Deadmau5 – While(1<2) (16.6)

LANA DEL REY – ULTRAVIOLENCE sounded very promising from the moment Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys) was announced as producer of Rey’s third album. Just how will her moody indie music be influenced by this blues magician ? For that we’ll have to wait till the release date.

DEADMAU5 – WHILE (1<2) is seventh studio album from Canadian house music producer. Disc will feature remixes of each track, which explains the title one is less then two.

WEEK FOUR: Ed Sheeran – X (23.6); Mastodon – Once More ‘Round the Sun (24.6); Bellowhead – Revival (23.6); A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Sea When Absent (24.6)

BELLOWHEAD – REVIVAL is release for band’s 10th anniversary. This again, English folk band released tribute to their favorite folk tunes from last centuries.

ED SHEERAN – X is second album from English song writer. These often crucial albums of artists career’s will show if they are in real for this business. Sheeran so far released two singles from new album, he did not put away guitar that shaped his career but neither he stayed exactly the same adding more juice if you like. Safe bet these days is called Pharell Williams.

Review: Black Keys – Turn Blue



Black KeysI have read several Black Keys reviews on their new album before I listened to my own copy and from their comments I expected funk. But I surely heard very fine blues instead!

I can agree on one thing only, Black Keys went in different direction with their eight studio album, dropping rock and inserting more blues with hints of the 70’s. It is surely always a risk for a band to move from their comfort zone, as it is for anyone, but this album is little too underestimated.

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