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Aron Debreceni

Aron is a journalist and a student of Utrecht University (NL). He has been doing his own singer-songwriter project 'Aron D' since 2016. Besides music, he is open to write articles about politics, education, health, history and travel.

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Kinney – “Steal” Clip Premiere – Review

By Aron Debreceni / April 14, 2021

The music video for “Steal” by Kinney premiered on 14 April and it is available on all major platforms. “Steal” was the first song written for Kinney’s album So Glad You Exist, initially released in 2020. This brand new clip could be considered a new colour on the sonic canvas of the record, and further […]

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The influence of Artificial Intelligence on culture: How AI software wrote a ‘new’ Nirvana song

By Aron Debreceni / April 13, 2021

The Digital Age has changed our lives and due to technological developments, Artificial Intelligence (AI) was created. Whether we are supporters of Artificial Intelligence or not, AI is unquestionably becoming a part of our lives. On 5 April, multiple magazines, including Billboard and Rolling Stone, wrote reports about an AI that generated a Nirvana song […]

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Review: Tom Bright – How Young We Were

By Aron Debreceni / April 9, 2021

The gifted, emerging singer-songwriter Tom Bright released his single “How Young We Were” on 9 April, produced by Ed Harcourt and mastered by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios. Bright is a London-based folk artist, whose music contains the attributes of indie-folk and Americana as well. He has played at several venues and festivals in […]

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5 Contemporary Jazz Albums To Listen To

By Aron Debreceni / April 7, 2021

In the following article, I explore five contemporary jazz albums that might be of interest to you, if you are into music. In the last couple of decades modern jazz has been thriving. I think it is important to mention the artistic works of contemporary jazz composers who could be considered musical geniuses, just like […]

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5 Songs from Emerging Artists & Bands

By Aron Debreceni / April 6, 2021

These days, there are hundreds of new, upcoming artists; bands each week who create great music, yet do not get enough attention or recognition from the public. These musicians are not in the spotlight nor are they the guests of talk shows on television. That is why I decided to give the following emerging artists, […]

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Interview with Singer-Songwriter, Ainsley Hamill 

By Aron Debreceni / April 4, 2021

Ainsley Hamill is a London-based Scottish singer-songwriter, who has studied music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow. She has just released her album Not Just Ship Land on 31 March and I had the chance to have a short interview with her to talk about her latest record. Review: Lana Del Rey – […]

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About Traditional Irish Folk Music – Interview with Niamh Parsons

By Aron Debreceni / April 3, 2021

Recently, I had the privilege to do an interview with the acknowledged Irish traditional-folk singer, ethnomusicologist, and educator, Niamh Parsons about traditional Irish folk music, the current state of it, and how the Irish government made efforts to keep the Irish musical heritage alive in the last 30 years.  Irish language is back in vogue […]

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Ben Howard: Collections From The Whiteout – Album Review

By Aron Debreceni / March 29, 2021

On the 26th of March, Ben Howard released his latest album Collections From The Whiteout. This is the fourth LP from the British singer-songwriter and it is definitely one of the highlights of the Covid-19 period. It has been recorded at three different locations; Devon, Paris and New York and it was produced by Aaron […]

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Karmic – ‘Summertime’s Gone’ – Single Review & Clip Premiere

By Aron Debreceni / March 26, 2021

Do your body and soul need more positive vibes and sunshine these days? Then the L.A.-based female-fronted indie-pop band, Karmic can be your answer. Their single “Summertime’s Gone” was released last July and its video clip premiered a few weeks ago on 2 March. I believe both deserve attention. If you are into the West-Coast-vibe, […]

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