Humans out of Control On the Making Of “The Majick”
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by Punk Head
2M ago
Can you share any interesting or unique stories or perspectives in "The Majick?" Mark Rem: “Well this song was written waaaay back when we were first a band 15 years ago, and our lives were pretty hedonistic.”

 Mark Hung: “Our singer Nick wrote the lyrics and it’s fairly obvious what it’s about.”

 Nick: “It’s about drugs mate.”

 Mark Hung: “Yeah we know!… so on the surface it’s not that deep (sorry!) but I also crafted the music to become more intense as it cycles through and to me it also leans into the struggle we all have from time to time, how instant gratification and constant stimulat ..read more
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LEUER Releases “Till I Can't”
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by Punk Head
2M ago
Can you briefly describe what the song/each song is about? This song is about falling in love. I was surprised when I met my partner who was out on a nursing contract in Oregon. We actually met through a hiking group. We went to lunch as a group and hit it off and started hanging out. Next thing I know I'm quitting my job and moving across the country. It was such a good decision. He amazes me every day with his determination. This song was written before I left. There was a lot of nerves about it - if it's the right decision or not.. this song asks him to be sure of what he wants with me beca ..read more
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Review: Tom Tikka ‘Rainbows and Dead Flowers’
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by Punk Head
2M ago
From the long-celebrated award-winning songwriter Tom Tikka & the Missing Hubcaps comes their latest album, Rainbows and Dead Flowers. Heartfelt music fused with irresistible hooks, Tikka’s vocal has a kind of healing power that brings people together, and the music he wrote is full of emotions and catharsis. The former Sony/BMG songwriter is best known for his work with Carmen Gray. In 2020, Tikka embarked on a solo career and has since released two highly acclaimed albums and a handful of hit singles. “Doormat” and “With Eyes Closed” topped the South African rock chart while his la ..read more
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Ziad Hisham On the Making Of ‘On A Personal Level’
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by Punk Head
2M ago
How does 'On A Personal Level' reflect your musical journey and growth as an artist? For me, the EP is a significant documentation of the relationships I cherished during my time in Cairo before relocating to London. All the collaborators on this project are dear friends of mine, and having them contribute to the EP was a beautiful experience. It truly reflects the sound I'm striving to cultivate and evolve—a fusion of Egyptian music with elements of jazz and electronica. Which song is your personal favorite and why? Flying Solo is my favorite because it's the first song I've put out where I ..read more
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Eteipapula On the Making Of ‘Dubiety ?’
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by Punk Head
2M ago
What was the creative process like for this particular ‘Dubiety ?’ I feel like the creative process behind ‘Dubiety ?’ was really intimate and personal. It was just me, my bass, a midi keyboard and my ideas. It was lots of happy incidents and a unique creative journey as it spanned over 1.5 years in time. It was hard to keep the finished songs to myself and not make them public but it was definitely worth the wait since, I think the album would really lose all its meaning without a single track from it, or maybe even with tracks having switched positions in the pacing of it. Speaking of meanin ..read more
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Bastie Releases “Too Late”
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by Punk Head
2M ago
The former ‘BBC Introducing Artist of the Week’ is due to release his new track, Too Late. With BBC Introducing having already praised Bastie’s latest work. The track is his first collaboration with Ivor Novello nominated producer Brett Shaw who has previously produced both a number one and two album with Florence + the Machine and Foals. Bastie was keen utilise Brett’s trademark live, raw instrumentation with this release due to the songs grittier undertones commenting on Bastie’s former arrest and other slip ups along the way. “Too Late” is no exception with the former UK Songwriting Competi ..read more
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Lonely Gimmick Releases “Roll Me Over”
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by Punk Head
2M ago
"Roll Me Over" is the final single by "Lonely Gimmick" before the release of their first album/E.P "Stay At Home to Sleep In" at the beginning of next year. Centred on the same girl as an earlier single (“Grumpy Days”) "Roll Me Over" reflects on the relationship’s aftermath. LG bares their soul right away, describing the beginning of the end with their opening lines. They place the blame completely on themselves whilst trying to soothe by saying "everything will be alright", "the night sky is full of stars". Despite the hurt inside LG, their sole concern is to not cause further pain to themsel ..read more
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Maria Lane On the Making Of ‘35 days’
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by Punk Head
2M ago
Can you share any interesting or unique stories or perspectives in '35 days?'’ In ‘35 days,’ I explore the emotional landscape of long-distance relationships, which I've personally navigated more than once. The essence of the song reflects how digital the experience feels; like you're reaching out, but only connecting through a screen. It’s a journey through the sense of separation, the feeling of a wall between two souls despite being so emotionally connected. This ep is a reflection of the trials of distance, the heartache of longing through a screen, and the perseverance of love despite the ..read more
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Kesurapan On the Making Of ‘Lifeless Shells’
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by Punk Head
2M ago
What was the creative process like for this particular 'Lifeless Shells?'Most songs start with a catchy riff, and then we build everything else around it. Take “Falling Faster” for example. We knew right from the start that we wanted to create a haunting vibe with that pitch-shifter effect and then shape the whole atmosphere around that riff, keeping it simple but impactful. On the other hand, “Oblivion” was like a puzzle. We grabbed different parts and patched them together, borrowing some ideas from other songs we had. But when it all clicked with “Oblivion,” it just felt right. Now, “Lifele ..read more
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Tom Minor On the Making Of “It's Easy to Play Hearts”
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by Punk Head
2M ago
What was the creative process like for this particular "It's Easy to Play Hearts?" It started with the title, as it often happens to me. I used to come across these instrument guidebooks called "It's easy to play Abba", "... piano", or whatever, and I started to toy with the idea of using that for something more universal from a human perspective. And what's more universal than the matters of the heart?, so there I had it. Someone playing lightly with another person's deepest feelings and creating heartbreak made for an interesting drama angle and a slightly darker tinge, juxtaposed with ..read more
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