All Posts By Regina Wung

AViVAA Interview


While the Sydney-based twosome AViVAA might be considered small, their sound is anything but. In creating AViVAA, Aviva Payne and Matais Coulter have created a group whose melodies will stay with you long after the song’s conclusion. Influences of their favorite artists can be heard in each of their tracks, yet AViVAA produces a distinct ...

Kathryn Dean Interview


With her strong, passionate voice and a penchant for writing honest—and sometimes sassy—song lyrics, Kathryn Dean is certainly a star on the rise in today’s music industry. Though her music career began only a short time ago, she already has an impressive number of accomplishments under her belt. Dean’s newest album, Hit the Lights, was released ...

Amy & the Engine Interview


Amy Allen began her music career at 9 years old when she became the electric bass player of her older sister’s band. The group members eventually went their separate ways, but Allen’s love for music persisted and inspired her to pursue songwriting at Berklee College of Music, where she formed Amy & the Engine. Today, ...

TIDAL: Making Waves in Streaming Music


Following the 57th Grammys back in February, Kanye West voiced his opinion that today’s music industry does not respect artists or their work enough. Just over one month later on March 30, Jay-Z launched his new music streaming service, TIDAL, which aims to give the power back and “to create a better service and experience ...

5 Covers That Might Beat the Originals


In this day and age where the internet dominates our daily lives, YouTube has become the go-to place to discover the next up-and-coming artist. Amateur musicians looking to break into the industry frequently post their own interpretations of top 40 songs, and in many cases, their covers give the originals a run for their money. ...

Music in Chinese New Year


While most of us already rang in the new year back in January, a large portion of the world’s population is currently in the midst of preparing for the lunar new year, often referred to as Chinese New Year. This year, February 19 marks the Chinese New Year and the start of the Year of ...

2015 Grammys Review


The 57th Annual Grammy Awards were this past Sunday, February 8th. Were you able to catch the show? If not, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here’s a rundown of the night’s major winners: Best New Artist Bastille Iggy Azalea Brandy Clark Haim Sam Smith - WINNER Best Pop Solo Performance "All of Me," John Legend "Chandelier," Sia "Stay With Me," Sam Smith "Shake It Off," Taylor ...

Best Romance Movie Songs


February is a month characterized by grand romantic gestures surrounding a day dedicated to the celebration of love. For me, when there’s so much love in the air, there’s nothing better than relaxing with a hopelessly romantic chick flick. However, no chick flick would be complete without a good love song to go along with ...

2015 Grammy Nominees: Record of the Year


The 57th Annual Grammy Awards are only a matter of weeks away, and the music world is buzzing with guesses of who will be going home with the awards in each category. The 2015 Grammy Nominations were announced last month and included new artists like Iggy Azalea and Sam Smith as well as established artists ...

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