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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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5 Influential Blues Musicians of the 20th century

By Aron Debreceni / March 5, 2021

Blues is one of the most important genres of the 20th century. Without it, there would be neither jazz nor rock music. It originally comes from African American communities in rural areas of the Mississippi Delta in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. I have collected data on five famous musicians who could be […]

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Amazing Grace: American Music – Renegades: Born in the USA

By Aron Debreceni / March 3, 2021

On the 1st of March, 2021 a new episode of the podcast series Renegades: Born in the USA was released. This podcast is in fact, a collection of conversations between artist Bruce Springsteen and Barack Obama, former president of the United States of America (2009-2017). As its title indicates the focus of the conversation is […]

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Mountains of the Moon – The Purl – Single Review

By Aron Debreceni / March 1, 2021

Mountains of the Moon have dropped their latest single on Spotify on the 27th of January 2021. It is called The Purl. This Stockholm-based indie-folk band was founded in 2015 and since then they released several records including Caterpillar that became critically acclaimed and established a stable position for them within the indie-folk scene in […]

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5 Acknowledged Film Composers of Our Time 

By Aron Debreceni / February 28, 2021

Have you ever wondered who wrote the scores for your favourite movies that had an impact on you at some point in your life? Even though the message, narrative, and characters come from the content of those motion pictures, scores also play a massive role in shaping the style, mood and the identity of those […]

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Desert Rock – Another Face of Southern California

By Aron Debreceni / February 26, 2021

In the last two decades, Desert Rock has been thriving, getting more recognition day by day, and rapidly growing its fanbase. I recall the first time I listened to the album Songs for the Deaf by Queens of the Stone Age (QOTSA). As someone who has always been a fan of rock music, I was […]

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A Giant of Baroque Music – Commemoration of G.F. Handel

By Aron Debreceni / February 24, 2021

On 23 February, it was the 336th birthday of Georg Friedrich Handel and I believe his work as a baroque composer deserves to be mentioned and commemorated. In terms of genres, his compositions are versatile. You may find among his pieces oratorios like the famous composition Messiah, cantatas, sonatas, and even operas. In this article, […]

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Is Music Journalism Still Relevant?

By Aron Debreceni / February 22, 2021

Before digitisation changed the whole business model of the music industry, music journalists were thought to be the ‘gatekeepers’ between musicians and their fans. Their words had weight and importance. Artists needed to get reviews, interviews, and column inches to promote their music and connect with their fanbase.    Behind the Curtain: What is it […]

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Mandolin Orange: Tides of a Teardrop – Album Review

By Aron Debreceni / February 21, 2021

Have you ever seen the plains of the Deep South, or the Appalachian mountains? No? This record might bring you a little measure of them. Mandolin Orange is an American,  North Carolina-based folk-duo, consisting of Emily Frantz (vocals, violin, guitar) and Andrew Marlin (vocals, mandolin, banjo, guitar) who released their album Tides of a Teardrop […]

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Lowden Guitars: What Does The Future Hold For Luthiers? 

By Aron Debreceni / February 19, 2021

In the 19th and 20th centuries, several guitar manufacturing companies were founded like C.F. Martin & Company (1833), Gibson (1902),  Fender (1946), and even though all of these companies were established privately, as a result of free competition, all of them grew to be major instrument manufacturing corporations that are still dominant these days.  Irish […]

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Traditions Around The Globe – Farsang in Hungary

By Aron Debreceni / February 17, 2021

My goal with the column series of Traditions Around The Globe is to tell people about the customs of nations which may be related to the aspects of ethnology, for instance, folklore traditions. Via this, I intend to endorse the value of cultural heritages and to emphasise the importance of knowledge of cultures that might […]

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