Maybe, we’re a bit late – but the story is interesting! Passenger is the stage name of Mike Rosenberg, a british folk-rock singer-songwriter. He started his career in the age of 16, went broke fast, but he never stopped, and had to play on the roads to get some money to life. His song “Let her go”, a #1 hit in many countries made hime famous. Today in the newspaper, I saw an interview with him, and he really struggled hard to this archievement.
Think this should be an incentive for all young musicians!
Halfway Homebuoy is an Australian rock and folk band from Sydney. Listen to their awesome song “Life Goes On” —–> MOTIVATION :)
Zaz is a french jazz and chanson singer, born in 1980. Listen to her song “On Ira”, from her latest album ‘Recto Verso’:
DulceSky is an US-american alternative rock and indie band from Salt Lake City, Utah. Listen to their dreamy song “Life as we knew”:
Favela Gold is a polish DJ and prodcer originally from Łódź. Today, he’s living in Graz, Austria. Listen to his great piece “Life os such a gift” in a Neodisco Remix:
Try the Max Min Mix too!
Xavier Rudd, one of my favourite musicians, is an australian musician and digeridoo player from Torquay, Victoria. Listen to his awesome song “Spirit Brid”:
Listen to No Women No Cry
Actually, I did never try studying while listen to music. But this relaxing background music seems to make it possible for some people ;)
Listen to the song “Trauminsel”, a great dreamy chillstep track by Zauberakustik, a german producer from Munich:
“Fly” is another great track from him, together with Lodovico Einaudi:
Lizandro Meza, born in 1939 is a columbian accordeon music player and singer. Listen to his wonderful track “Soledad”:
Listen to his great song senderito de amor too!
Hey! Today, we’ve something special for you: 11 questions to Konschti from Aural Pleasure, one of the greatest and most relaxed YouTube channels. He’s a young bavarian fan of chilled music and promotes artists one his channel. Have a look to his playlist:
1. Hey Konschti, why did you start the channel aural pleasure?
Actually I never really “started” this channel… I signed up on YouTube as a normal guy with an account like 6 years ago. My first upload for example was a video of a Red Hot Chili Peppers concert in Munich! Then I started to upload tracks I like and which haven’t been on YT so far. This went on for like 3 years just for fun and by the time I recognized that more and more people subscribed to the channel I named it aural pleasure and it was getting a bit more professional from now on. Continue reading