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Content by tag "Nenad Georgievski"

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

U2: Songs of Experience

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By blending a dazzling array of musical influences and directions for more than 4 decades now, Irish band U2 has come to represent one of the boldest rock bands in both genre-blending style and lyrical impact. 40 years since U2 was formed, the band continues to develop and refine the template they essentially created with surprisingly ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Kristo Rodzevski: Bitter Almonds

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On his sophomore release, titled Bitter Almonds, singer and songwriter Krste Rodzevski shows his full embrace of the ethereal and the noisy, of the melodic and the dissonant, and delivers a moody but kaleidoscopic release. In many ways, “Bitter Almonds" feels like an extension or a branch of the hypnotic calm on Rodzevski's debut, Batania which ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Harry Benson: The Music of The Beatles is Still Terrific

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Harry Benson is a renowned journalistic photographer whose pictures have graced the covers of many magazines and are found in many books, museum collections, galleries. With an unprecedented access to some of the most popular artists of our time including intriguing characters from all walks of life and politicians that have shaped the lives of people, ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Miroslav Tadic: Spavati, Mozda Sanjati

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With each new work, guitarist Miro Tadić shows that he is an artist that relentlessly pushes boundaries and defies any expectations. His discography demonstrates a masterful versatility, as he fearlessly and seamlessly transcends both geographies and music genres, all on one record--from Bach to Balkan improvisations and folk songs, from Satie to free improv music. Because ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Vlatko Stefanovski: Mother Tongue

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Even though in his long and storied music career, guitarist Vlatko Stefanovski's has had plenty of solo guitar performances amidst the myriad of bands and projects he has led or performed with, still, Mother Tongue is his first solo guitar album that he has been promising for ages to make. Stefanovski's prior years as a leader ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Sting at Boris Trajkovski Sports Hall in Skopje, Macedonia

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Sting
Boris Trajkovski Sports Hall
Skopje, Macedonia
October 15, 2017

The “Boris Trajkovski" sports hall in Skopje witnessed a show as great as any in his illustrious career from the legendary musician and songwriter. Nevertheless, the attentive, full-capacity crowd who turned out witnessed something special. The gig in ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Robert Plant: Carry Fire

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Some albums take a split second in order to showcase both their greatness and best qualities while others take more time and require more listening in order to reveal their treasures. While singer Robert Plant's album Carry Fire is tremendous on first listen and shows great depth and richness, it also reveals an even richer experience ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Real World Records' Vinyl Reissues

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In the new millennia, the world seems to be a fragile and fragmented place full of fear and where xenophobia spreads like wildfire. All of that has contributed to the rise of isolationist and right--wing movements and governments around the globe. In a world that is in constant turmoil, it is good to have excellent music ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Saint Etienne: Home Counties

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With the brief radio announcement intro in the shape of “The Reunion" and the follow-up song “Something New" begins a quite delightful album by the British indie pop band Saint Etienne. On the following tracks, the band slowly pulls listeners into an imaginary travelogue, casting its net over our listening minds. This ninth offering, named Home ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Andy Summers: Creating Light from Dark

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Andy Summers is a renowned modern guitarist and composer. He is also an accomplished photographer and a traveler. While he may be better known for his achievements during his time in one of the most popular and beloved rock bands in music history, The Police, Summers, in his own memoir “One Train Later" and the music ...


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