Uplifting MUSICALS
The Score Magazine|April 2020
Whether it is art imitating life or the reverse, it does not matter.

Until you keep finding the resources for inspiring and stimulating yourself on your way to attaining the goals set by your passion. Your books and movies could turn into veritable muses for your time of introspection. The best part is many of these musicals are actually an autobiographical journey of your favourite band, artist or a totally unknown and independent band. So that means that many of the trials, tribulations or the jubilations of your journey as a musician could also reflect on their journey. So, nourish your inner dreams with some fresh rains from the past summers!

The Wrecking Crew!

A one of a kind documentary, this thing over here shows you the process of creating music. Necessarily the process of creating pop music. This is the story of a group of Los Angeles based musicians who played on a heavy load of soundtracks without mostly getting the due credits for it. It shows, how obscure artists can still get so much satisfaction, through their daily routine of creation!

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