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Elena – If You Want It (Spotify)

“In -Elena- music has a distinctive feature; a captivating charm. In her new single -If You Want It- there are clearly traced EDM sound elements, making it an excellent choice for your favourite nightclubs.”

“У музыка -Elena- есть отличительная особенность - это пленительный шарм. В её новом сингле - If You Want It- отчётливо прослеживается динамика EDM звучания, что делает её отличным выбором для ваших излюбленных ночных клубов.”

-Nagamag.com

Elena Castillo (@itsnotelena)is a American singer and songwriter and Social Influencer born in Mallorca Spain . She is known for her rADIO Pop voice ,Particular beauty and her social fashion photos and videos. She has a total of six studio singles and six music videos. As of her first Release on 18 Sept 2019, the singles had received over 2 million Views and over 200,000 Thousands streams on the Digital Platform. She had collaborated with many artists such as JC Karo , on the song ‘Going Bad' as the main vocalist. In 2020, with Just 17 Years old, ‘Elena’ recognize the influence receive by Superstars like Ariana Grande ,Whitney Houston , Demi Lovato ,Amy Winehouse. A album is going to be released on 2021 with the same name that she has been use on her social pages (itsnotelena) that is going to included her most well-knowns tracks like Slowly and Camouflage, previously unheard tracks, and particular live sessions, and some covers covers.

www.instagram.com/itsnotelena/

Abel Ray – Last Exit to Transkei (edit) (Spotify)

“Are you into Electro sound? Here comes a groovy release with the seal of Abel Ray; a Dj and producer in the scene. Select "Last Exit to Transkei" to offer some African sparks for your ears. Let the higher bpm lift your feet from the gound and start the dance!”

-Nagamag.com

Eclectic electronica from Marrakesh, channelling the antecedents of contemporary North African culture.

'Last Exit' has been played by Lauren Laverne and Mary-Anne Hobbs at BBC 6Music, and is the first track from Abel's Labyrinth EP set for release this spring on PRAH Recordings.

The EP is a work of entirely modern construction, and yet it owes its origins to the ages. Programmed and produced to carry emotional weight and melodic reward in a digital age, here are the threads of a culture lost and found; spiritual, material, imagined, remembered, and mythologized.

"This EP came out of a book I read" explains Abel who was born in Casablanca and lives in Marrakesh, "the civilization of Amazigh culture, it was a maze, a maze of how people can be merged into each other and still keep the colors and sounds alive along thousands of years, an authenticity kept being modernized, and it will still be. ”

This conception of a cultural maze, an expanding sphere of colors and sounds, picked up and put down, built and borrowed, timeless and modern is an abstract for Abel Ray’s four track Labyrinth EP.

At the height of their collective power the Amazigh civilization ranged across north Africa to southern Europe, it conquered and was humbled, it absorbed and it overcame, it has dissolved and yet it precipitates throughout our world. Today the Amazigh are over 50million people, large minority populations in Morocco, Algeria, Libya, across Africa and Europe, a culture at once ancient and contemporary.

Born in Casablanca, living in Marrakesh. Abel's journey through electronic music began at an early age, he started making music at the age of 14. He is a music producer, DJ, sound designer and label boss, having created half team of Aberton Records, with Italian producer Nicolo Berton in 2014 , and Medina Recordswith his friend Ibrahim Ettalabi in 2018.

Kick Bong Interview on Nagamag

electro


Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Kick Bong:
It's not easy, if we stay within the codes of electronic music, I would say electronica, chillout, down tempo but also electro and techno sometimes or house and even pop, I have a lot of influences! I listened to a lot of funk, acid jazz, new wave, punk, rock.


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Kick Bong:
In 1985 I met friends with whom we started a band and at 20 we signed an album at Barclay it was crazy! afterwards I played with a lot of groups on drums and percussion in different styles, recordings and concerts.
Well much later at the end of the 90s I discovered electronic music and I had another revelation so I started to buy equipment and at the beginning of 2000 I created Kick Bong it will be 20 years in 2021. I also have another Triptone project which is more pop, trip hop, electro with a lot of vocal features.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Kick Bong:
my dad listened to a lot of music and he introduced me to a lot of different artists and styles, so I started buying records very young when my mom was willing to give me some money, I started with 45rpm and albums later.
every time I listened to music I felt like I was on stage and like that every night I listened loudly and mimed the guitarist, the drummer etc ...
When I was 12, I started playing drums, it's an instrument that I already liked, I can't really explain why even though I loved playing the air guitar; )


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Kick Bong:
The Cure "A strange day"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Kick Bong:
Trentemoller "Moan"

Discover & Listen to Kick Bong

Kick Bong on Spotify

Kick Bong's Signature Track

Kick Bong on Social Media

kickbongofficial

Myyora Interview on Nagamag

electro


Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Myyora:
Pop, electro, soul for the acoustic version.


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Myyora:
For my musical background i have always sung, since i was a little girl, whether it was at home by myself or with my cousins, or for school talent shows, or being in a band in university. The pursuit of my musical career began 2 years ago but it's only getting started now after only just releasing my first single in July.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Myyora:
I've always had a connection to music but i would have to say the biggest and final push that's lead me here was being in a band in my first year university. It was my real first experience with being on stage and feel that connection with people who love music as much as you do.


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Myyora:
Willow Smith "Time Machine"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Myyora:
Alicia Keys "3 Hour Drive (feat. Sampha)"

Discover & Listen to Myyora

Myyora on Spotify

Myyora's Signature Track

Myyora on Social Media

Myyora.Official
Myyora.official

Myyora's Website

www.myyora.com​
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