Singer/Songwriter Globetrotter M.REXEN Whispers Intimately On New Single ‘RED HOT FIRE’…

Soulful reveries for the laziest day of the week…

20 January 2019

Artist: M.REXEN

Who: “A globetrotter in inner and outer space, M. Rexen was born in the United Arab Emirates and is now living at some unknown location in Denmark. He writes his music without feeling confined by conventions, and his genre is a manifestation of the meeting of experimental,
tribal and commercial. In October 2018 the singer released his debut album, ‘An Endless Sea of Honey’, as the first part of the trilogy ‘The United Kingdom’. The second part will be released in March 2019.”

Track: RED HOT FIRE – the first track from the upcoming, 2nd LP
from ‘The United Kingdom‘ trilogy

Score: Here’s an intimate whisper with an enigmatic touch of magic that connects easily with your heart, your soul and your imagination. The female harmonies add a sensuous tonality you heard frequently on Leonard Cohen‘s ballads. Alo this silent beauty reminds me of the darkest moments of Bonnie “Prince” Billy and the vulnerable sentiments of the late great Sparklehorse‘s frontman Mark Linkous. Mysterious, appealing and poetic. Catch the contemplative mood here…

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Danish Trio JOURS Amazes With Zestful Debut Single ‘TRICK’…

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…

6 April 2019

Sorry Mister William Shakespeare but there’s nothing rotten in the state of Denmark. On the contrary, the music coming out of that north European country lately is thrilling, elevating, compelling and totally riveting. Turn Up The Volume already featured some of those up and coming Danish artists such as great vox Rebecca Lou, electro pop brothers Alcabean and singer-songwriter M. Rexen.

Interesting detail is that they all are on the same indie label, called We Are Suburban,
the Rough Trade of Denmark. And here’s their next fresh act named jours. An arousing
trio that just released their debut single TRICK. A flamboyant piece of amplified guitar pop rapture. For some reason the melodic vivacity song reminds me of Liverpool‘s 80s one-time phenomenon The La’s but rockier and heavier. Anyway it’s a top debut. Check it out here…


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