Magazine Gap

  • MAGAZINE GAP – “What’s That About?” – anchored by gorgeous texture and rich sound!

    London-based alternative pop band MAGAZINE GAP release their highly anticipated second album, “What’s That About?” on Friday, 5 June 2020. Recorded in and around London, mixed at Redbooth Recording Studios in Rochester – New York, and mastered by John Davis at Metropolis Studios in London, the album is a...
  • TunedLoud Magazine March 2020

    TunedLoud Magazine March 2020 – FEATURED ARTISTS: Angeles, OTric, Black Hesher, Roman Avan, Magazine Gap, Happy Freuds, Rebekka Lundstrøm, VÏKÆ, João Tostes, Joel Christian, Luis Mojica, Erin Coburn, Josh B – Tunedloud is the bigger, better and louder music magazine for artists who are breaking down the barriers and...
  • Magazine Gap – “Superficial” bursts with flavor and content!

    The latest single, “Superficial”, by the London based alternative pop-soul band Magazine Gap, brings their sound and vision together in one smooth delivery. The sounds make you move to the groove, while the music whisks you away into a wonderland that discusses “the beauty in honesty and transparency within a...
  •  MAGAZINE GAP: “Ran For Cover” – another enchanting musical equation!

    Music should be all like this. Not in style or sound, but in dedication, passion and craftsmanship. This is what we, as customers, should demand from record companies at all times. The question is do major record companies even exist anymore. I don’t mean in brand names and websites,...
  • Magazine Gap: “In Two Minds” – replete with fiery heart and soul!

    I can’t even quantify in enough words how much I love “In Two Minds” the latest video-single by British crossover band Magazine Gap. I call them crossover, because any one label, even a genre as wide as rock, is too small a box for them, even though they’re just...
  • Magazine Gap: “Calling Card” – melodic and rhythmic momentum

    From beginning to end the new Ep, by Magazine Gap, entitled “Calling Card” distills what makes this groups’ music flow as well as it does. For sure they have a well-oiled sound that is distinctive and instantly recognizable. Yet it’s a style that can adapt itself to different variations...
  • Magazine Gap: “Body Language” – effortlessly, and flawlessly recorded

    Magazine Gap is a British rock band from London and on a particular mission: to prove that an unusual combination of their dissimilar influences can have broad appeal. The band is made up of three individuals who come from very different backgrounds and points on the musical compass but...