‘Anaimane’ drops a sleek, dreamy, atmospheric trippy track with ‘Uninvited’

Imane Elouartassi, professionally known as Anaimane, is a Moroccan-Canadian singer-songwriter and producer hailing from Montréal, Canada. Born and raised in Casablanca, Morocco, she studied five years of music theory and classical piano before immigrating to Canada with her musical family when she was 13. After singing onstage at the annual Miss Afrique Montréal pageant, her ambition to become a professional musician began to shape when she was approached backstage by CBC music journalist, Duke Eatmon. ‘Anaimane’ drops a sleek, dreamy, atmospheric trippy track with ‘Uninvited’ – Muzicmirror UK In 2019, she began songwriting and working in tandem with notable Québec musicians, before expanding to collaborate with U.S. producers. In 2020, she co-wrote and recorded a new song which became her debut single “Uninvited”. The single ‘Uninvited’ was produced by Poppycow Escobar, Alvin Anthony and Voyce Official in New York City. It was subsequently aired on national Canadian radio network (CBC Radio One 88.5 FM) and is gaining some provincial notoriety, which has ultimately lead to a distribution arrangement with Spinnup Records, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group. Influences: Prince, Doja Cat, The Weeknd, Dalida, Michael Jackson, Madonna. ONLINE: https://artistecard.com/Anaimaneet You Tube

‘Christopher The Grey’ drops the amazing ‘Butterflies’ a track that captivates the listener with it’s warm pop charm and rap sensibility

From the very first beats, ‘Butterflies’ is a track that captivates the listener, making it difficult for them to put down their headphones. In Christopher the Grey’s latest tune, there’s a perfect fusion of sound and lyrics, which just draws you in, compelling you to listen over and over. It’s no easy feat for any artist, surely, but the Grey manages to attract new listeners almost flawlessly. His voice, a combination of deep, smooth flow and wonderful musicality is just what the doctor ordered for anyone looking to fall in love with a new artist (and aren’t we all?). And what better song to do it on than one that is about love? ‘Whenever you’re near, it’s butterflies,’ the Grey sings in his laid-back, yet involved tone of voice, lending the lyrics just enough depth so that the listener can relate to them and to the eternal confusion of new love. At the same time, ‘Butterflies’ manages to retain a relaxed, happy sound that allows you to just listen and feel good, not really reading too much into it. Bottom line is, listening to the Grey is a wise choice, whatever it is you’re feeling at the moment. You can […]

Very British Folk Pop Musician gives Prince some Competition with his band’s musical arrangements

Until 2008, Boz Hayward was a punk musician who once rehearsed in rooms next door to the Happy Mondays and Oasis in the basement of Manchester’s famous Boardwalk nightclub, back in its heyday. When his bassist and close friend died, Boz turned to folk and acoustic pop to focus on his songwriting. The Bozchestra is the affectionate name for Boz’s band who accompany him on an array of instruments combining guitar, mariachi bass, violins, trumpets, keyboards, glockenspiel, the Russian domra, mandolin, dulcimer and slide guitar with percussion and drums. Frequent line-up The most frequent Bozchestra line-up are Phil Robinson on ‘guitarron’ bass, Mark Greer on slide guitar, Rick Burrows on brass, Dan Bridgwood-Hill on strings and keys and Rob Haynes on percussion and drums. Born in Hereford, Boz’s family moved around with his father’s RAF work. Boz went to Manchester Poly and based his musical operations from Manchester’s thriving Boardwalk basement rehearsal studios. Not one to refuse a “crooner” set with a piano, Boz also composes instrumentals and film music, which lead to his Shortscores album in 2013. Boz composes for himself with the Bozchestra, although his creative output is constant and he has song material to spare for other performers. […]

Newly signed Kyan supports Paul Young before first single

Kyan Blackwood releases debut album “Freedom Because” featuring Ronald Bruner Jr, a drummer with extensive credits from Motown to punk rock, including recently with Prince in the Dakota Jazz Club. The breakthrough debut album from Kyan Blackwood is entitled “Freedom Because” and features his recent first single “Moving On”. Kyan lives by the moto: “Lets not fight and create a new world instead”. Influences include His music can be described as pop/rock with electro/rock and influences include Depeche Mode, The Jam, T-Rex, Marilyn Manson, Lady Ga Ga and Mozart. Kyan Blackwood originally hails from France but now lives between Los Angeles, Brighton and London. He performs regularly across Europe. As well as singing and songwriting he still works as a make-up artist. Vincent Fournier is his make-up manager as well as lyricist and producer. Fournier and Blackwood created the songs for “Freedom Because” and Ryan recorded at Titan Music Inc Studios (Madonna, Anastasia, Michael Jackson). Kyan said “It was very refreshing and exciting to work with Ronald Bruner (Prince’s drummer). Kyan feels we should all try to just be ourselves because, “I feel we are forced to not be ourselves in this world”. Kyan Blackwood’s debut single “Moving On” is […]