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The ones who spell magic through music – get to know them!

JOHN
JOHN
Undoubtedly the best drummer, John’s a pro when it comes to drumming! His drum beats add the essential quirky spice to the music, making it all nice and groovy!
PAUL
PAUL
Paul has this mellow, soft voice that makes you go weak in your knees! Every song he sings is so full of emotion – the vibe just gets passed on!
SILVIA
SILVIA
What’s a band without a guitarist? Silvia just fit into the group like a missing piece, also covering up as the lead female vocalist.

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We want the world to have a taste of music like never before – we love to create new compositions and spruce them up before getting to you!

“Listening to your music is such a therapy – and you guys keep coming up with something different always! I love everything about the music you create, especially the soulful voices of the lead vocalists.”

JOHNNY MACK • MUSIC ENTHUSIAST

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7+ Tips on How to Prepare for a Concert

By | September 15th, 2018|Categories: Concerts|

Concerts are a hell lot of fun if you know what you’re doing. People dancing and singing along to your favourite music makes memories for a lifetime. Before going to your first concert, go well prepared so that you utilize the opportunity to party to the max! Keep these tips in mind before you go to your next gig.

1. Get your tickets

How are you going to the concert if you haven’t completed the most critical step of the process? Purchasing the ticket! Purchase the card at least a week or two in advance so that you can focus on other things needed to be done before the concert.

2. Keep track of the days to the show

Keep reminding yourself of what’s coming and don’t lose your hype. Conserve all your energy for the big day.

3. Don’t forget to clear and charge your phone

You will take a lot of videos and photos to upload later. So it’s a good idea to remove some files from your phone to have some space for that day.

Entirely do not forget to bring your portable charger for the event. Once the phone dies, a lot of your videos and photos will go along with it.

4. Preview listen to the music of the artist

Listen to the hit songs and albums of the artists, to give a mental picture of how the concert is going to be and what kind of music he will play as opening and closing.

5. Dress accordingly

You will be dancing continuously for hours, so this means it’s going to make you sweat and stink. So wear a relaxed and loose tee or sleeveless, shorts or trousers, flip flops or casual shoes. And don’t forget to apply a right amount of deodorant in your armpits, because you’ll be waving your hands the air.

6. Have the required funds

Don’t go broke to a concert. Its one of the worst things you can do. You will surely need money to buy various items available at the show ranging from drinks, food items, clothes, accessories and so on.

7. Follow up on social media

Follow the concert and the artists on various social media platforms to be updated about it.

8. Keep exciting yourself as the day comes closer

As the day comes closer, don’t forget to keep exciting yourself by watching concert videos. Save your energy till the lid so that you can unleash all hell at the concert and lose yourself in the vibe and music of the show.

9. Lose your voice

You are going to burst some vocal cord when you scream at the top of your lungs. It is bound to happen to everyone who yells at the concert. Don’t worry. Your voice will come back after a few hours.

10. Last minute preparations

Finalise on last-minute details like when to reach the concert and how will you go there and come back after the show.