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AAA Music | 25 March 2019

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Do Violin Strings Make a Difference?

21 March 2019 |

Usually, a beginner violin has low-end strings. Musician instructors advise their students to replace their strings in order to improve the quality of sound they make with beginner violins. Apparently, violin strings make a tremendous difference when it comes to … Read More

AAA Music Approved: Alexander Carson

20 March 2019 |

Who are you and where are you from?

Alexander Carson originally from Norfolk now in London.

What inspired you to get into music?

I’ve been playing piano since I was about four and a half years old so the idea … Read More

TAZ MODI – Reclaimed Goods

15 March 2019 |

The alluring pianist and composer Taz Modi is well known as a member of Leeds based Submotion Orchestra and for being Matthew Halsall’s pianist for six years. He’s influenced by many different types of music including jazz, soul, dub and … Read More

Why Should You Use An Attractive Envelope?

11 March 2019 |

You don’t give much thought to the envelopes that you send out. Once you mail them, your job is done and the rest is up to the delivery service. The moment it leaves your grasp, the envelope takes up a … Read More

The Impact of Music in Online Gaming

26 February 2019 |

Music is very powerful. A song playing on the radio can alter your mood just as the music you choose to listen to often reflects your own mood. Music has the uncanny ability to stimulate your memory, help you learn, … Read More

Alexisonfire Release New Track + Announce Huge London Show!

22 February 2019 |

Iconic rock band ALEXISONFIRE debuted a brand new song, “Familiar Drugs” today. Produced by AOF’s long-time friend Karl Bareham (City and Colour) and mixed by Grammy-award winning Jacquire King (Tom Waits, Kings of Leon, Modest Mouse), the impassioned banger marks the first time the … Read More

AAA Music Approved: Ben Osborn

21 February 2019 |

Who are you and where are you from?

Ben Osborn. I was born in Oxford, in the UK. I was in a band there, where I’m calling from – the result of obsessively reading Raymond Carver and listening to country … Read More

Clare Teal – Live @ Cadogan Hall

21 February 2019 |

Friday 15th February, London

The sparkling Yorkshire jazz artist Clare Teal, known as ‘The Queen of Swing’, is extremely versatile. She’s worked with talented artists like Katie Melua and Jamie Cullum and had many successful albums. She’s also … Read More