Why do the musicians make music?

There are three main reasons why the musicians do music: 1) for pleasure and share their art, 2) for gain money and 3) for became famous. With independence if it’s right or wrong these reasons or if they can coexist, the goals could be very different. In the first case, If the musicians create music […]

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Turns 10

The 2018 is a crucial year for the music indie music industry because many talented bands released music jewelries that marked a tendency on the 2008 aka 10 years ago. The Echo Music team discuss this time about 10 essential albums that marked a tendency on the indie music 10 years ago and now. 1. […]

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Mental health and musicians

In a recent interview, Kendrick Lamar talked how is about his struggling with depression: “Um, as of now, I’m cool. I won’t say I’m content. I don’t want that word. I’m not satisfied yet. But as far as having a sense of personal stress to that level, no. That’s a good space because I can […]

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The Robot’s Voice

The stage is in red and black. Suddenly, the lyrics of the song in Russian “Ya tvoy sluga” (I’m your servant) will announce the apparition of some robots representing the Kraftwerk members, playing The Robots (Die Roboter) live. This representation, in the last Kraftwerk tour was replaced for a show 3-D with the images of […]

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I See You. The xx

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The long awaited return of The xx is better than we were expecting. After exploring several ways of writing lyrics and music while Jamie Smith was recording his album “In Colour” and did “a five day-road trip down the West Coast to Los Angeles with Pawson and Rodaidh McDonald, who co-produced the new album […]

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The death of the rock?

“Woke up this morning with the strangest feeling/I had a nightmare, but I wasn’t dreaming/I ran outside to see, it’s not 2003/Turned on the radio it’s so confusing/Rappers were singing/And rockers DJ’ing/There’s no guitars on the songs that they’re playing (…)”. Those are the lyrics of “40 oz. Dream”, a song of Good Charlotte, the […]

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Our vision is to become the next standard format. Interview with Bruce Pavitt and Adam Farish, founders of 8Stem.

Bruce Pavitt is well known as one of the founders of Sub Pop, an alternative label which in 1980s kickstarted the success of grunge bands as Nirvana, Soundgarden and Mudhoney. By the other hand, Adam Farish, is musician, producer, sound engineer, and tech entrepreneur. Both, have created 8Stem, which according to their web page is […]

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