Keeping up with their ongoing fun and carefree pop rock roots, Japan’s own The Goood Things, triumph yet again with another alt-indie future classic. How these guys (and girl) can continually come up with goood (see what I did there?) songs is a magic I wish I had a bottle of. This song is 2:36 of pure catchy fun!
Amped up to 10 with that goood (oops I did it again!) time summer fun, “Yer Eyes” delivers that beach romp nostalgia filled with cool daily waves and hot summer nights. Cue Avalon and Funicello!
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When creativity meets originality you have some damn good music. But that is a rare occurrence. So it is particularly pleasing to see it incarnate. And that is in the form of U.K. duo San Eco. Formed by the merging of Morris Cowan and Tom Edney, San Eco is the end result of two unique minds verging on musical brilliance.
And today we talk to one-half of that melting pot with Tom. And we get the origin story and creative process explained as well as a glimpse into the future of all that is San Eco.Post Views: 228
Nadine Zureikat is always an absolute pleasure to talk with. She is funny, intelligent, to-the-point, and talented. Very, very talented. In the last couple of years that we here at Jammerzine have followed her career, she has crossed genres with no effort whatsoever (seriously, just check out the diversity in her work in the videos below!), created a marketing firm, and has collaborated with some of the top musical talent in the world. And now we get to talk with her again! I say talk, not an interview, because it is always fun talking with Nadine. She’s genuine. And that’s what counts in today’s world.
This time around we talk about her continuing evolution as an artist as well as her new single collaboration “Take Me Away” by Sekondo, as well as where she plans on taking her career next. Plus we have a few laughs, as always.Post Views: 252
New album premiere supporting the We Love Manchester campaign as well as from Iguana Lovers and The Seagulls. Exclusive interviews with Simon Mason of Hightown Pirates, Jordanian singer Nadine Zureikat, A Shoreline Dream, and The Plea. New single premieres from Hegarty and Joel Thomas and the MixTape.
- The Test Drive
- Jammerzine Exclusive
- First Listen
- Jammerzine’s Mix Tape
- After The Departure – “Clarity”
- Y-Key Operators – “What’s Real Anymore?”
- Discolor Blind – “Black & Grey”
- Late Guest At The Party – “Give You A Life”
- The Phantom Sound – “Voices”
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