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.


5 Books by Contemporary Irish Authors to Read amid Lockdown 

By Aron Debreceni / February 15, 2021

In my previous articles, I emphasised how artistic activities like music, creative writing, and even fine art can be beneficial to people to handle personal issues, especially during hard times. Now, I intend to give you another suggestion: if you have had enough of all the stress that has been around in your life for […]


Ben Howard: Crowhurst’s Meme – Single Review

By Aron Debreceni / February 14, 2021

The English singer-songwriter, Ben Howard returned and published his new single “Crowhurst’s Meme” on the 2nd of February. This track is a little introduction, a prologue that was perhaps intended to show what we might expect from the artist’s next album, Collections from the Whiteout.  This single has got the elements of indie-folk which are […]


5 Irish Folk Songs to Check Out amid Lockdown

By Aron Debreceni / February 12, 2021

Getting through hard times, like this current pandemic, is never easy. Lockdown and other aspects of Covid-19 affect us all. However, if you are curious about music and cultural heritage of other nations that are slightly different from the place where you come, then getting familiar with Irish folk music can be the answer to […]


How Music & Arts Can Help You To Deal With Lockdown

By Aron Debreceni / February 10, 2021

If you are tired of checking the news and watching TV series on Netflix, then the following might be of interest to you. I have always been amazed by the power and the influence music can have on our brains and emotions.  In this article, I would like to talk about the combination of music, […]


The Current State of the Music Industry amid Covid-19

By Aron Debreceni / February 8, 2021

Coronavirus turned everything upside down in 2020 and has been affecting our civilisation since then. The pandemic has left the cultural sector in ruins worldwide, which includes the core of the Western music industry as well. Tremendous amount of live concerts and music festivals have been cancelled, including Coachella (US), and Glastonbury (UK) too. The […]


UK to Join the Asia-Pacific Free Trade Pact

By Aron Debreceni / February 5, 2021

(Source: dfat.gov.au.)   UK to Join the Asia-Pacific Free Trade Pact   On the 31st of January, BBC has published an article which states that the United Kingdom will apply to join the Asia-Pacific Free Trade Pact, in other words, the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).    This move of the British government […]

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