Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Interview With Singer/Songwriter Graham Harper

Graham Harper Interview


Muzique Magazine. When did you start making music and taking it serious?
Graham Harper. I have been playing music since I was about 10 years old, but I really began to take it seriously and start pursuing it as potential career around the time I graduated from high school. I started writing my own material and playing out in the bars around 17/18 years old.

Muzique Magazine. Would you prefer to be independent or signed to a major?
Graham Harper. I think that I would prefer to stay independent. I want to be able to maintain control over my creative process and intellectual property. In the age of the internet it is much easier to bypass the 'system' and reach your audience directly so there is not as much need to sign to a major label. If I were to find myself in a place where I could sign to a label to help boost my marketing and audience but maintain control

Austin Marolla Shares “Christmas Kiss” Album For The Holidays

New York City Optometrist Austin Marolla has always wanted to help people see their dreams more clearly, whether that means providing free eye exams in homeless shelters, or writing feel-good music with a personal message. Above all, Austin strives to write songs that are lyrical, emotive, and resonant with his audiences. From his music, Austin hopes to give others the same spark of passion that he has, in hopes they will be able to follow their own dreams and blaze their own path.

“Christmas Kiss” is Dr. Marolla’s holiday gift to music lovers around the world. Nine original songs running the gambit from peaceful nativity ballads to tongue-in-check sing along yuletide tunes carefully compiled by a singing care-giver who wants to warm hearts during the joyous season of Noel just around the corner. There’s also a “Christmas Kiss” (Deluxe Edition) that not only includes music, but also videos intended to be enjoyed by anyone

Lexa Terrestrial: The Struggles of Being a Female in Rap/Hip-Hop

Lexa Terrestrial was recently nominated for best Hip-Hop Artist in the Pittsburgh City Paper, amongst male dominated nominee’s. Many of whom were her fellow collaborators & peers. She is sometimes coined the Lady Gaga of Rap, dressing in avant guard Harajuku haute couture, and having visually potent artistic Music Videos. Which are sometimes a bit too ahead of what’s going on in mainstream music currently. She first burst on the scene with a Music Video called “Ronald Reagan”, which was inspired by Mac Miller’s “Donald Trump”. In the track she talked about “tearing down walls” and ending mental limitations that she put on herself, referencing it back to when Reagan and Gorbachev tore down the

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Interview With Zacq & Mari

Muzique Magazine Interviews Zacq & Mari


Muzique Magazine. Where are you from?
Zacq & Mari. Zacquine Miken (Zacq) is from Singapore, and Marius-Antonin Fleck (Mari) is from Germany.

Muzique Magazine. When did you start making music and taking it serious?
Zacq & Mari. From early on, Marius was raised in a very musical home and was granted musical education in a renowned church choir, starting at age 8. In his adult years, Marius released a professional CD with progressive-rock band ESPERANTO back in 1999. He has also worked the blues circuit in Texas (USA) and backed Diunna Greenleaf (then president of the Houston Blues

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Introducing Mot & Krid


Mot & Krid is an electronica/pop music artist, songwriter, remixer & producer whose prior releases have been radio playlisted on Spotify, KissFM/UK, SiriusXM/BPM, Pandora, KissFM/Germany, Gaydio/UK amongst others.

His latest release, "Don’t Waste My Time" feat. Redd Carter, is a high energy, retro pop song with Saxophone and vocal hook that will stay in your head for weeks.