About the author

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.


Interview with Ben Meyers About His New Release “Thunder” 

By Aron Debreceni / April 30, 2021

Ben Meyers is a London-based American singer-songwriter and an alumnus of the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP), whose musical style is quite eclectic, but folk and Americana are the primal genres that dominate it. “Thunder” is Meyers’ latest release, which dropped on 30 April. Upon this occasion, I got the chance to have an […]


5 Songs by Prince to Listen to

By Aron Debreceni / April 26, 2021

21 April 2021 was the 5th anniversary of the tragic passing of one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. Prince was not only a multi-instrumentalist, a singer-songwriter, and a producer; he was also a unique artist, who inspired generations worldwide. In the following article, I have collected information about five of his […]


London Grammar – Californian Soil – Album Review

By Aron Debreceni / April 25, 2021

London Grammar released their latest LP Californian Soil on 16 April by Metal Dust & Ministry of Sound. This is the third studio album of the British band consisting Hannah Reid, Dan Rothman and Dominic ‘Dot’ Major. As its title also indicates, the focal point of the album is on the impacts of L.A. and […]


Review: José González – Visions

By Aron Debreceni / April 22, 2021

14 April 2021 was the release date of the latest single “Visions” from the Swedish singer and songwriter José González. Six years have gone by since the release of his last album Vestiges & Claws (2015). Finally, the time has come again for us to dive into the musical world of this unique songwriter, who […]


5 Places to Check Out in Ireland in the Post-Covid Era

By Aron Debreceni / April 21, 2021

According to the announcements of the Irish government, public health measures and restrictions that have been applied in recent months will be eased significantly from 5  May 2021. Therefore, the demands for outdoor activities within Ireland might increase in upcoming months. This is why I think recommending five selected places to visit, could be useful […]


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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