Exclusive Artist Review: Perdido Nino – “Sparky Magnussen’s Irresponsible Effervescence” LP

No matter what you’ve seen in Vegas or Broadway, I guarantee you haven’t heard a multifaceted and modern show-band stylized record like Perdido Nino‘s Sparky Magnussen’s Irresponsible Effervescence. A hybrid record with spunk, funk, humor, a glistening shower of ridiculously talented musicianship and versatile songwriting techniques that really brings muscle to the hustle, right to the forefront, no apologies necessary. My friends, let me introduce to you your new favorite artist, even if you don’t know it yet.

Comprised of 11 tracks of full throttle rhythmic measures with funky guitar tones, comedic vocal outbursts, jazzy drum techniques and even punky vibes sneaking their way in, this amazingly one-man powerhouse has been a multi-musician since his adolescent years. From the age of 13, Perdido Nino picked up his first guitar and then went straight off to the races. But would definitely not stop there. He would also pick up a plethora of other instruments over the years like piano, drums, bass, and even the sitar. 20 years later, and three albums later, Perdido hits the ground running immediately with his newest effort Irresponsible Effervescence. His fourth record that truly hits the mark and showcases a vast array of his musical facets all wrapped up into one giant record of multi-genre, masterfully crafted measures all doused in multi instrumental solos that are not just finely tuned, but tightly-knit more than anyone could anticipate.

The mood swings some of these songs are quite the delight as well. “Let’s Get Stupid” and “Apple Punch” are like a dozen furies coming at you from all directions and really crank the gain settings to a full 11. These songs don’t just have balance and composure, but also a dangerously fast highway full of twists and turns without any crashes or burns. Irresponsible Effervescence is the type of record that is likely your favorite artist’s favorite record, even if they don’t know it yet. Just give it time folks. This may be Perdido‘s fourth album effort, but definitely not anywhere near his last. Take a listen for yourself and get ready for a tsunami, no matter the musical climate. Irresponsible Effervescence is currently available on Spotify, Apple Music, and several other digital music streaming platforms.


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Exclusive Artist Interview: Mia Moisa

Hailing from the beautiful landscapes of Brussels, young up-and-coming starlet Mia Moisa began hitting the ground running just two years ago when she was at 20. It was December 2019 when she realized that music was (and is) the true passion of her life. In Brussels, she also started practicing Yoga and Meditation which are incredibly amazing practices which she learned from Buddhism. Her strive of constantly researching is one of the same philosophies she utilizes for her music as well. There’s no time to stop learning. We’ve had the opportunity to talk with Mia about her aspiring career and where her future plans lead, both as a person and artist.


What got you into music this past year? What are some of the main components that inspired it?

Since very little I knew I wanted to be on stage. I am quite a sensible person and my way of feeling empowered is by performing. I was sent to Brussels in September 2016, by my family, to study Business without really wanting to do it, but I wanted to feel accepted and please the ones I love. I forced myself during 3 years to study but my inner self didn’t want me to do it. Sometimes I would go to bars during the week ends to feel the music , to do some karaoke and to join some Jam Sessions. A bar I absolutely love here in Brussels is ‘La Tricoterie’ they have such a warm environment and the city in general would make me feel so good. So I would constantly fall depressed after a period of time if I wouldn’t give rhythm and colours to myself. In 2019, I’ve met love for the 1st time, and this person believed so much in me and he encouraged me to follow my dreams. So in January 2020, I dropped out of university and since then have dedicated all my time to art in general. It’s been a healing process since then.

•You’ve recorded a lot of material in such a short time. That’s amazing! How has the studio process been for you?

I remember the first song I registered was with my great friend Tidji, we met in 2017, here in Brussels. He came from Réunion to study Farmacy back then. In the end of 2019 we started making music together and we registered our first feat in January 2020. Sincerely, we was so stressed but at the same time I was feeling so happy. In my mind I remember saying constantly ‘ this is it Mia, you are doing it, finally we are doing it’. I was containing myself to do not jump and go crazy actually . I knew I needed more knowledge to sing on a studio. Its not that simple. With time while recording my singles I just felt I was doing better and better. 6 studio session is what I needed to feel like the studio was a home for me. I am buildind my little home studio now by the way

Are you a solo artist or do you have a band lined up?

For now I am solo but I would absolutely love to create a band one day. I love old fashion concerts, that’s what I want to give to people, a stage full of energy, a union of individuals that share the same passion.

What about some of your artist influences? Shed a little light on that.

As a child I loved so much Lady Gaga and Madonna (those 2 were an influence of my best friend João, from Portugal. I used to go over his place and we would pretend those were our songs and we would spend hours and hours making choreographies and singing. Maybe since we were 6 till nowadays we have a lot of fun doing it together. One song that I was crazy about was “Give It To Me” Madonna 2008). Miley Cyrus, I love her so much! I had Eminem, Maroon 5 and Amy Winehouse period. Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Shakira, Rihanna and Jennifer were my queens of women empowerment. Then I got crazy with Billie Eilish, this girl is amazing! I could not forget the Queen and Stromae.

How many years have you been singing? Doesn’t necessarily have to be professional.

I started at the age of 6 in a Folkloric association back in Portugal and made some concerts with them for a few years.

What are some of your long/short term goals as an artist? What do you hope to accomplish?

Surely to transform the European Stages. I think investors should focus more on our artists. We have one life in this earth and I want to remember that here in Europe we had a hell of a good time spent on concerts because for sure we have a lot of hidden talent. I might be wrong but since little I was expecting to see changes on European stages. That didn’t happen, unfortunately. We need better teams, we need not only managers, we need leaders also, both lovers of art not only money.

For long term I have two major goals. The first one, I will always seek to bring an equilibrium to the way the woman is taken in consideration. In the first place we are human beings, as human beings we are all the same. Period. This also stands for Racism or other types or disrespect. The Second one, that personally I think will take even more time is give all my support to LGBTQIA+ community. I would like to add a *, that goes for all those who feel different or misunderstood, or depressed or anything else that is making them feel bad about themselves. I have something to say to those ones “ You are a Star ” no one can take that away from you, no one should even have that intention, let’s start there. I believe in a better world, I believe in piece and love. There is a lot to work on.

If you could compare yourself to a couple other vocalists (style-wise), who would they be and why?

I think my voice is a compilation of all those who figure in the 4th question mostly. I feel a strong empathy toward those artist and some many more, that somehow made me see the world differently in a given moment of the past. They made me who I am today.

How has the fan/community reception been towards your music since you started your career so recently?

I received some messages that warmed up my heart so much. It’s such a great feeling to wake up with a message from a stranger saying “wow I love your voice” “ I love what you do” “ I love your universe” etc.

It was a surprise for my friends from Portugal mostly, they didn’t knew what was going on, but they were happy, so was I.

It’s a small community, but a great one for sure! They mean a lot for me!

I am so grateful for everything. I know I don’t have a specific music genre and since I have quite a different style people might be skeptical, I just need time.

Have you had the chance to perform live yet? (In spite of COVID)

Not with my own songs, I am so anxious about that actually. When things get back to normal, I will finally be able to show me! Can’t wait!

What are your future plans? Where do you hope to see yourself in 1-2 years?

All depends on COVID. Actually I only could answer to this question if I would imagine that from March things would go back to normal and I could work like crazy to get in some few national stages. Maybe internationals, who knows! Till then I’ll be launching songs.


Mia’s Words & Message

My music talks mostly about philosophy of life: deep emotions, putted on a peaceful flow. I think it translates the bipolarity of our existence. Is everywhere, always, this pressure of showing everything is good even though we might really be suffering inside us. I think it was what I mostly leaded with in my life and there are many conclusions I made out of it. I am launching “Broken Heart ” as the first song of my EP for the simple fact that Covid-19 made us get distant , even more than we were before, it took away from us many things, between them were the kindness for the next one, which it really made me sad, because that’s a strong value I grew up in with my Orthodox Me as a Artist I am looking to encourage people to follow their dreams, to give empowerment, specially woman Empowerment. I love doing extravagant things to bring the weird to common, untill people are abble to accept it as a normality.Changing the normes of society, in my point of view, is necessary.We are a community on a daily evolution, we have to train ourselves to changement. This way more people will be able to free themselves. I believe this life is too preacious to be waisted on a routine. I believe that art is an escaping gate from depression, which is a big psycological issue nowadays. It helps me personaly to express my pain. I have a big background on teather, dance and posing, which are my other ways of freeing myself. In a visual way, is like, by practicing them I can go to a spiritual state where I feel myself levitating. As if we all had wings but routine would put heavy layers of great weight on top of them and the only way to free is letting your self express be free.

I am launching “Broken Heart ” as the first song of my EP for the simple fact that Covid-19 made us get distant , even more than we were before, it took away from us many things, between them were the kindness for the next one, which it really made me sad, because that’s a strong value I grew up in with my Orthodox Me as a Artist I am looking to encourage people to follow their dreams, to give empowerment, specially woman Empowerment. I love doing extravagant things to bring the weird to common, untill people are abble to accept it as a normality. Changing the normes of society, in my point of view, is necessary.We are a comunity on a daily evolution, we have to train ourselves to changement. This way more people will be able to free themselves. I believe this life is too precious to be waisted on a routine. I believe that art is an escaping gate from depression, which is a big psycological issue nowadays. It helps me personaly to express my pain. I have a big background on teather, dance and posing, which are my other ways of freeing myself. In a visual way, is like, by practicing them I can go to a spiritual state where I feel myself levitating. As if we all had wings but routine would put heavy layers of great weight on top of them and the only way to free is letting your self express be free.


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Exclusive Review: Adam Watson – “Goodbye Shouldn’t Hurt This Bad (The Nation’s Single)”

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Visceral artists like Adam Watson know how to truly convey a powerful message. One that is relevant, ambient and truly earth shatteringly real when it’s authentically delivered. Adam, who has been honing his musical craft for 20 years, breathes true life into his powerful anthem “Goodbye Shouldn’t Hurt This Bad: The Nation’s Single”. A song about the devastation of COVID19 and how it has affected us all both individually and wholesomely. The sickness, pain, and overall pandemic this tragedy has brought to the forefront.

Inspired by a few of Adam‘s favorite TV personalities like Rachel Maddow (MSNBC), one of many who had COVID scares, compelled the rising Hip Hop/R&B and Indie up-and-coming star to put his pen to paper and voice to mic. With a gold standard beat that is subtle with ambience and an essence that brings a vast array of emotions, this track’s mood is completely content but expressive as well; bringing beauty to subjects even like this. It’s a song that encompasses the beauty of a tragic truth; one that is avoidable and all too real.

Adam Watson‘s low-to-mid vocal tones are more story-telling than anything else and delivers the message in a way that resonates with your undivided attention. It’s no wonder this song has received the critical acclaim that it has – its content is hard hitting, relatable, undeniable and connects all of us in some way. If real hope for this pandemic comes from a true voice, then Adam Watson is that voice; togetherness, realness, and a true form of a nation’s re-introduction and strength. This song truly parallels the national anthem and brings a sense of equality to the idea altogether. All for one, one for all. Adam Watson wrote this song to stand with you…will you stand with him?

The song released just a few days ago, but will hold its strength for years to come. You can find it on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play and several other digital music streaming platforms. If the national anthem still holds that unconditional feeling in your heart, then I compel you to put “Goodbye…” on that same scale. This is 2020’s true anthem, and every measure expresses this direction no matter how heartsick you may be.


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