Talented fashionista turned musician Giulia returns with a brand new music video to accompany her gutsy single ‘Trippin’. Set in space, the video is an interplanetary delight. Giulia (and her fellow cosmic compadres) travel through the stars in an ethereal and elegant way with section of contemporary dance and movement interspersed throughout. The styling of the video is superb throughout, and the addition of UV face-paint gives the video an otherworldly feel. Giulia’s performance is magnetic throughout, and her mesmeric stage presence ensures that all eyes are on her.
In 2011 a group of musicians joined forces to create NODe, an acronym from the phrase, “Not Ordinary, Dead”. The Italian powerhouse of a band transcends genres, times, and influences, with a sound that blends indie, pop, punk, new wave, and darkwave, they’ve come together as post-modern pop, and their latest single, ‘S.O.D.A.’ is a good example of their style.
Aaron Paul is the name on everyone’s lips at the moment with the news that Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan is considering making a film based on his character, Jesse Pinkman. So it’s with great interest that we watched Paul’s most recent offering, the psychological thriller, ‘Welcome Home’, which sees him starring alongside model and actress, Emily Ratajkowski.
Peter Cloud is known for his creative remixes of a diverse range of tracks. Now he’s pulled one right out of the box – a refreshing take on ‘Pistol Packin’ Mama’, made famous back in 1943 by Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters. The track appears in the post-apocalyptic action role-playing video game, ‘Fallout 4’ and is therefore the perfect choice for a remix by Cloud.
Steve Holley has been a fan of Adelmo Fornaciari Cavaliere di Gran Croce, aka Zucchero, for many years, and recently had the honour of speaking to him, in the midst of his ‘Wanted’ World tour, which commences June 30. Zucchero will also be performing at the Cornbury Festival, in Oxfordshire, on July 13.