When plagiarism means descending chords …

I decided to take a little rant on latest news concerning so called plagiarism of Led Zeppelin’s most famous song Stairway To Heaven.     But let’s start from the beginning. Few days ago, magazine Rollingstone reported that Led Zeppelin are being accused of plagiarism, which in short description means theft or in art – […]

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Notice This Releases : May

This month will be in sign of many returns and is indeed very generous in it’s upcoming albums collection. Most expecting authors of this month must be Michael Jackson, The Black Keys, Coldplay, Anastacia and Blondie. But we can look forward so much more. WEEK ONE –  Lilly Allen, The Horros, Imelda May (released), Anastacia […]

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Review: Pixies – Indie Cindy

1986 was the year when world first seen American alternative rock band Pixies. It has been a long career since these guys from Boston released their first demo ‘Come On Pilgrim’ and continued with albums Surfer Rosa, Doolittle, Bossanova and Trompe le Monde. That brings us to the new album ‘Indie Cindy’ freshly released 23 […]

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Review : Ndidi – Dark Swing

    If you do not know Ndidi Onukwulu, then it is one of the biggest mistake of you as a music fan. This beautiful women from British Columbia who tried her first luck on open stages in New York is a gift for music scene at these often hard times. You will lover both her soul […]

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Notice This Releases : April

What can we expect in music this month ? I picked couple of albums I think should not escape your attention. I am altough, going to mention one march release. Funky, dancy, gypsy-step London group Molotov Jukebox released their debut album ‘Carnival Flower’ and if summer is you iternal happy mood and you want something […]

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Review : Noah | Pity of that script

 Epic biblical epos telling story of Noah to new generation with nice CGI work seemed like a nice shot. I was in awaits what is director Darren Aronofsky going to deliver but I was a bit dissapointed. All on this movie was brilliant but the script. It was somehoe new view, new income and missed […]

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Goodbye Mr. Seeger

Music world lost on of the most influental figure in folk music – Peter Seeger (94). Of course now – everyone is going to say all the bad possible words but let’s not go there. Seeger started his music career in 1935 when his father (musicolog) took him to music festival, Pete was charmed- left […]

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