Buitenlandse Muziek Sites

Overzicht van Buitenlandse Muziek Sites

Op deze pagina vind je een overzicht van de bekende en minder bekende Buitenlandse Muziek Sites waaronder Side-Line Magazine, Het merendeel van de sites is in het Engels, maar je komt op de blogpagina overzichten ook Duitse, Zweedse of anderstalige muziek sites tegen.

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    ReverbNation Blog

  • How Overthinking Music Theory May Hinder Your Creativity
    A firm grasp of music theory is one of the most powerful assets you can have as a songwriter. Music theory gives you a broad understanding of the music you hear and helps you apply what you observe to your music. It also places an array of musical options right... Read more »
  • 3 Tips For Prioritizing Music In Your Weekly Schedule
    Music might be one of the most important things in your life, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be able to pursue it in earnest easily. From fighting through seasons where inspiration seems impossible with having to balance non-musical priorities during your week, working on music consistently can feel impossible to... Read more »
  • 3 Different Songwriting Approaches To Try
    If you have been creating music for a while, you may feel like you’ve hit a brick wall with your writing. This could be the case for writers in all stages of their careers. Embracing risk and curiosity in your process can help shift your mindset when it comes to... Read more »
  • 3 Ways To Improve Your Songwriting Through Critical Listening
    If you’re a songwriter trying to improve your craft, consistently making music is just one part of the equation. Listening closely to the music you hear is one of the most powerful ways to write better music. This means that every time you listen to music, you’ll have the opportunity... Read more »
  • A Guide to Roles in the Music Industry: Building Out Your Team
    If you dream of having a career in the music industry, there are more opportunities than ever! It can be a lot to keep track of – the music industry includes a variety of roles that work together to create the music we listen to. Hence, we’ve compiled a simple... Read more »
  • 5 Tips For Defining Your Musical Taste
    If you’re having trouble finding your musical identity as an artist, it could be because your taste in music hasn’t been defined yet. Alongside musical intuition, writing music as often as you can, and letting life experiences shape your songs, your musical taste is incredibly important for your work as... Read more »
  • 3 Ways To Raise Money For Causes You Care About As A Musician
    As a musician, you have a unique platform to raise money and bring awareness to important causes. Even bands and solo artists with small followings can engage their fan base to get behind causes they care about – whether it’s fundraising for a personal cause or a pressing global issue.... Read more »
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    Run The Trap: The Best EDM, Hip Hop & Trap Music

  • LISTEN: DYLN Unleashes Fresh New Hybrid R&B/Trap Single, “ADDICTED” feat. DCMBR & Mari Taylor
    Rising artist DYLN is pioneering a new sound, fusing electronic and West Coast influences into his own unique style. Recently, the League Of Starz engineer turned artist has come through with an impressive new track in “ADDICTED.” Featuring DCMBR & Mari Taylor, the track delivers on an eclectic blend of... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Toadface Unleashes Forward-Thinking, Eclectic New “From The Earth” EP via WAKAAN
    Toadface really impressed us with his latest forward-thinking single “Cardboard,” and now the rising artist is back with another mind-bending offering in From The Earth, a brand new EP released via WAKAAN. As you’ll hear below, Toadface’s uncompromising experimental sound is on full display here as he treats us to... Read more »
  • LISTEN: ISOxo & G Jones Unleash Massive New “Say What” Collaboration
    It’s a sight to behold when two bass music heavyweights like G Jones & ISOxo come together for a new collaboration. Today we’re finally treated to “Say What” one of the more anticipated unreleased IDs to surface over the past few months. As you’ll hear below, the record doesn’t disappoint;... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Habstrakt Drops “Outer Space” w/ Roderick Porter
    French, LA-based DJ & producer Habstrakt introduces his latest collaboration with 22-year-old Roderick Porter – “Outer Space,” out now.  In just over three minutes, the track achieves that ideal dance-floor punch with a piercing bass house drop that fans of the genre know and love.Sensual lyrics come together with a... Read more »
  • G Jones & ISOxo Announce Star-Studded “Say What” Collaboration Dropping This Week
    The trap world has been thriving lately, and it looks like things aren’t slowing down anytime soon. Out of nowhere, G Jones took to social media today to announce his anticipated collaboration with ISOxo is dropping this week. The track is called “Say What” and will be released via Illusory... Read more »
  • LISTEN: LUZCID Shares Impressive New 5-Track “Illusions” EP via WAKAAN
    LUZCID is ending the year strong with the first installment of his anticipated Illusions EP, out now via WAKAAN in support of his nationwide Illusions tour beginning in January. As you’ll hear below, the impressive project masterfully pulls from a variety of genres as the rising producer delivers on a... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Rising Duo Dave + Sam Unleash Groovy New Genre-Bending Single, “Feels Like”
    Fast-rising duo Dave + Sam are on a mission to transmute love, empowerment, and socio-political commentary through their genre-bending and captivating music. Upon first listen to their new single out today, “Feels Like,” the act’s chemistry here is on full-display and we’re loving everything about this tune from the clever... Read more »
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    AllMusic Blog

  • Stripped Songs: How an Acoustic Version Can Change a Tune
    No matter the genre, fans have a peculiar love of acoustic versions of their favorite songs and there's a seemingly endless list of musicians who have made stripped adaptations of their own compositions. AllMusic presents a short compilation of some songs that have been fundamentally changed from their source material. ... Read more »
  • The 2022 AllMusic Gift Guide
    'Tis the season where the AllMusic team pulls together their hand-selected recommendations of books, gadgets, recordings and more, highlighting some of the items we found to be fun and important this year. Cheers!... Read more »
  • Celebrating the Contemporary Musicians of Ukraine
    Music has been used as a tool for resistance and political activism and is especially pronounced in the contemporary musicians of Ukraine. Here are some of the talented Ukrainian musicians that continue to inspire despite insistent threats from the invasion.... Read more »
  • Blind Melon: The Stories Behind 50 Rock Classics (Vol. II), 1982-2000
    Author Greg Prato has painstakingly whittled down a list of vitally important albums in his new book A+ Albums: The Stories Behind 50 Rock Classics (Vol. II), 1982-2000. This time we're highlighting his analysis of Blind Melon's stealth-classic self-titled debut.... Read more »
  • Pearl Jam's Long Road and Live Albums with Steven Hyden
    We got a chance to talk with Steven Hyden, author of "Long Road: Pearl Jam and the Soundtrack of a Generation," about the band's decision to release a staggering number of live shows from their 2000 tour, what makes a band jam, and where live albums fit into a musician's... Read more »
  • Recent Classical Highlights
    The exploration of the possibilities of the piano continues today with Richard Danielpour's Études and other pieces recorded by Stefano Greco (pictured above), and with Philip Golub testing a new compositional concept on his album Filters. Find these highlights and more in our monthly classical roundup for October.... Read more »
  • The Final Wild Son: Jerry Lee Lewis 1935-2022
    Even by the exaggerated standards of rock 'n' roll, Jerry Lee Lewis was a man who lived dangerously and left chaos in his wake, and in ways that were not always funny. Critic Mark Deming looks into the life and demons of the self-proclaimed last man standing.... Read more »
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    Rock Celebrities

  • Jimmy Page’s Accusation Against Robert Plant
    It’s okay to get inspired by a piece of art, a song, a book, or an artist. However, when these inspirations turn into rip-offs, it’s more than likely that you will be in legal trouble. Although some musicians don’t see any bad intention behind these ‘influences,’ others don’t waste any... Read more »
  • Tommy Lee Rocks With The Local Band He Discovered By Chance
    Many people discover the music they love in different ways. Either while browsing a music store, with a recommendation from a close friend, or, as is often the case lately, via the algorithms that understand what we like and make a recommendation accordingly. However, this was not the case for... Read more »
  • VideoSyd Barrett Hated David Bowie’s Music, Music Journalist Chris Welch Recalls
    Syd Barrett‘s innovative and unique approach to creating his sound has influenced many, including David Bowie. Although Bowie was a fan of Barrett’s sound, it seems the Pink Floyd icon wasn’t fond of his music. Speaking to Classic Album Review, music journalist and author Chris Welch argued that Syd Barrett... Read more »
  • Journey’s Neal Schon Dismisses Jonathan Cain’s Claims As ‘Lies’
    There have been several legal battles between Journey‘s Jonathan Cain and Neal Schon, so the latest legal dispute between the former bandmates wasn’t that shocking. Schon recently sued Cain for setting up the AmEx card without telling him and never informing him about their finances regarding Journey. Schon commented on... Read more »
  • VideoJoe Lynn Turner Calls Ritchie Blackmore A ‘Genius’
    The paths of two musicians, Joe Lynn Turner and Ritchie Blackmore, have crossed for most of their careers, from Deep Purple to Rainbow and even a tribute band composed of former Rainbow musicians called Over the Rainbow. Turner sat down with Linea Rock and shared his experiences working with the... Read more »
  • The Two Albums The Who’s Pete Townshend Credited For Redefining Music
    Pete Townshend wrote a memoir in 2012, revealing who Townshend was. But the story that made Townshend who he is was, of course, a story that was woven with music. Thus, while reading about the life of the rock star born in 1945, we also place rock music under scrutiny. Townshend... Read more »
  • Myles Kennedy On Mark Tremonti’s James Hetfield-Like Contribution To New Alter Bridge Album
    Myles Kennedy has been handling the rhythm guitar duties along with guitarist Mark Tremonti, creating the unique sound of Alter Bridge. The band’s latest release ‘Pawns & Kings’ showcases their guitar-playing talents at their finest. Speaking to Total Guitar, Kennedy argued that Tremonti’s contributions to the album were reminiscent of... Read more »
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    Digital Music News

  • Dua Lipa Attorneys Move to Consolidate ‘Levitating’ Copyright Infringement Lawsuits In New York Federal Court
    Dua Lipa is currently facing two copyright infringement complaints over “Levitating.” Now, it appears that the 27-year-old singer’s legal team has taken steps to consolidate the actions. This latest development in the litigation involving “Levitating,” which has racked up north of two billion total streams on Spotify, came to light... Read more »
  • Adidas Begins Internal Investigation Into Alleged Kanye West Misconduct Ahead of Planned Yeezy Relaunch
    About two weeks after confirming plans to continue the Yeezy shoe line without the involvement of Kanye West, Adidas has reportedly initiated an internal investigation into alleged misconduct committed by the rapper. Adidas formally terminated its years-long tie-up with Kanye West in late October, indicating at the time that it... Read more »
  • BMG Purchases Fools Garden’s Recorded Catalog, Including 1995’s ‘Lemon Tree’
    About 10 days after securing the song rights of Harry Nilsson, BMG has acquired the recorded catalog of Pforzheim, Germany-based pop-rock group Fools Garden. Berlin-headquartered BMG just recently announced this latest music-IP play, which represents one of many investments that the company has made in the space during 2022. Fools... Read more »
  • NetEase Cloud Music Posts Double-Digit Q3 Revenue Increase As Gross Profit Cracks $46 Million
    NetEase Cloud Music generated CNY 2.36 billion (currently $328.89 million) during Q3 2022, according to a newly released earnings report, representing a more than 22 percent year-over-year (YoY) increase. The China-based music streaming platform’s Q3 2022 showing just recently came to light in an earnings report from the overarching NetEase... Read more »
  • European Events Platform Xceed Announces €2 Million Raise, Highlights Expansion Plans
    Barcelona-headquartered events platform Xceed has announced the completion of a €2 million (currently $2.08 million) funding round. The nine-year-old company, which says that it enables live event organizers and venues “to digitise their online presence and sales,” unveiled the multimillion-dollar raise in a formal release today. Beyond connecting entertainment-minded fans... Read more »
  • Travis Scott Named Headliner of Upcoming Mirror Mirror Festival
    Travis Scott has been named headliner along with Skepta for the upcoming Mirror Mirror Festival in honor of the late Virgil Abloh. Virgil Abloh Securities, founded by the late Virgil Abloh, has announced a one-day music festival called Mirror Mirror to honor his legacy. Travis Scott and Skepta will headline the event,... Read more »
  • Warner Chappell Music Opens New Studio in Barcelona
    Warner Chappell Music has opened a new songwriting studio in Barcelona, Spain. The new studio is run by Cristian Cabrera Viñas, Senior A&R Director at Warner Chappell Music Spain. He works closely with Javier’ Chiki’ Dean, who heads Warner Chappell Music’s A&R operations in Spain and reports to Santiago Menéndez-Pidal,... Read more »

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