There is no bigger G than the G major in the guitar universe. This triad fits in gangster hip-hop as well as in country and pop. That's why this week we're presenting the G major as chord of the week. Check out our Instagram for more chords.>> read article
Make Music Day June 21 – get ready!
Whether you’re young, old, professional or amateur; everyone can celebrate Make Music Day on June 21, the day that’s all about music. It’s a global happening and music lovers from all over the world organize concerts and special events - mostly free!>> read article
New albums by Lily Allen, Johnny Marr, Snail Mail and Chromeo
Calling all brit-pop lovers! Lily Allen is back and Johnny Marr (The Smiths) is releasing a new record. But maybe the biggest surprise of the moment is the debut album of the American artist Snail Mail. And there’s news from Canada, electro funk duo Chromeo is back with a vengeance.>> read article
This week we're placing the toughest major chord in the spotlight. The E has a powerful, full sound, so you can use it in every genre. From heavy metal to hip-hop, from hip-hop to pop, nothing's too crazy for the E. As you may have seen on Instagram, this week's chord is the E major.>> read article
Maddie Poppe, Oasis and Stan Walker in May’s top 5
The polls are closed and we can announce last month’s most played songs! In Europe Ed Sheeran has been dethroned by Oasis and Creedence Clearwater Revival’s top 5 entry shows people still like the classics.>> read article
Historic album of the month – Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys
If Sir Paul McCartney himself says that without this album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band would not have been made, you know it's a historic piece of art. We're talking about Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys.>> read article
Have you checked out our Instagram account? That's where, if you follow us, we'll update you weekly with a 'chord of the week.' This week is all about the D major. Read below to find five tracks that are based on this chord. Ideal for a rock circle around the campfire.>> read article
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