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Music to feel great to – That’s Just Damien Williams

Everything about the music of Damien Williams screams talent, professionalism, a great ear for melody and lyrics but also the ability to have a good time writing. Read more…

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Healing Music – One In Four by Rob Tunbridge

This might be the most important record we’ve ever reviewed on Drooble and we are so proud and glad to have artists like Rob Tunbridge to be a part of our community. ‘One In Four’ is a very powerful and personal record who has the important mission to spread mental health awareness which is a huge topic in the world, especially among artist and musicians whose work often reflects on personal struggles. As stated in the album press notes ‘one…

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The power of subtlety – Love Will Overcome by Osmunda Music

Not long ago we took a closer look at the work of Rebecca Trujillo Vest as Osmunda Music. If you have somehow missed our previous review we highly advise you to go back to it before reading this one. We somehow think of it as a sequel to our exploration of the work of Osmunda Music. “Love Will Overcome” features everything that made us enjoy Rebecca’s previous release but definitely adds something different to the table. Osmunda Music is a…

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Abandon Earth with Seven Below Zero

Seven Below Zero is an electronic solo project by UK-born musician and composer Jason Roberts. A person with a peculiar life story, around his twenties he relocated to France where he’s based to this very day. An ex-military who got interested in poetry in arts it wasn’t long before he discovered music-writing as an outlet for self-expression. With a huge online following, radio streams all around the globe we’re now taking a closer listen at “Burn Out Planetaire”, a 12-track…

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A sincere take on modern hip-hop – Empty Lungs by Nexus

Nexus is the moniker of US hip-hop musician and producer Christopher Coram. Representing a generation that stays away from epic concepts, intense academic education and the pretentiousness that professional music carries his music carries a plain but sincere and honest purpose. Nexus writes music that is an outlet for him to express himself and share his inner being to the world and if somebody is here to join the ride and enjoy it – they are more than welcome. ‘Empty…