Song of the day: Smash Into Pieces – Arcadia

By Vadim Dovganyuk

2 things directly connected to most young persons? It’s rather obvious, music and video games. And it’s also obvious that when 2 things are liked, they will eventually get combined. When it comes to gaming, there’s a huge list of video games that takes music beyond just background material. A well-known example would be the…

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My song of the decade: RL Grime – Always

By Vadim Dovganyuk

There has been a lot of viral music this decade.Who still remembers Rebecca Black’s Friday?Or how about Despacito by Luis Fonsi  and Daddy Yankee?Psy‘s Gangnam Style, Daddy, Gentleman, or literally any of his other songs.Harlem Shake by Baauer, The Fox by Ylvis, PPAP by Pikotaro, and Crab Rave by Noisestorm.Run Away by Sunstroke Project & Olia…

Song of the day: Zafrir Ifrach – Eli

By Vadim Dovganyuk

This share is sponsored by Armada Music, the Netherlands. Brought under licensing of inHarmony Music, Moldova – an Armada Music record label. Today’s song of the day is Zafrir Ifrach’s song Eli. Zafrir’s music is featured quite often by me, so I doubt me telling facts like his intentions being to share music from all…

My top 10 music tracks of 2019

By Vadim Dovganyuk

10. Mass of Man – Victims (USA) 9. YelloPain ft. Jen Miller – Last Time (USA) 8. Nothing More – Fade In / Fade Out (USA) 7. Poets of the Fall – The Sweet Escape (Finland) 6. Wind Rose – Diggy Diggy Hole (Italy) 5. Smash Into Pieces – Arcadia (Sweden) 4. Tones and I…

Song of the week: Mordechai Shapiro – One In a Million

By Vadim Dovganyuk

Yes, this song’s music video was released minutes ago, and here it is as song of the week. Yes, song of the week, as temporarily the song of the day has become song of the week. I shouldn’t be in a need to explain this, as the holidays are here again.Oh, and no subtitles this…

Song of the day: Smash Into Pieces – In Need Of Medicine

By Vadim Dovganyuk

This share is sponsored by Sony. Today’s song choice is rather personal.As I have previously shared already, like many others experiencing PTSD and depression, I used pills to take my (psychological) pain away. The doctors might call it medicine, but they are very well aware of the side-effects, and how it’s better to not take…