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Magazine Gap Release New Single “Body Language” For Free Download

Following up their critically acclaimed track “What’s That About?”, Magazine Gap have made their Summer offering “Body Language” available for free download on SoundCloud.
 
 
The London three-piece are James Keen – vocals and guitar, Alex Ho – piano and keyboards and Brian McCook – drums and percussion.  The cool groove of “What’s That About?” picked up great reviews and “Body Language” is their latest gift for their growing number of fans and is supported by another very watchable video on YouTube.
 
Inspired by many artists, but copying none, Magazine Gap continue to create their brand of multi-genre rock.  Their songs are both musically clever and lyrically interesting and intelligent.
 
“Body Language” encompasses the ever present Magazine Gap groove and seems the perfect accompaniment to the Summer days ahead.  Keen, McCook and Ho are a trio that just fit perfectly together and any music lovers life would be that little bit richer for having them in their music collection.
 
Magazine Gap have promised to regularly furnish us with new material throughout this year and if the standards that “What’s That About?” and “Body Language” are maintained, we are in for more treats.
 
 
 

 

 

 

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London three-piece Rock Band Magazine Gap have released a video for their catchy new offering “What’s That About?”.

 

Magazine Gap are James Keen – Vocals and Guitar, Alex Ho – Piano and Keyboards and Brian McCook – Drums and Percussion.  Their brand of multi-genre infused rock has been inspired by a whole host of music royalty including Prince and Sting through to more contemporary artists such as OneRepublic and Maroon 5.  These three highly talented musicians create clever songs for those who are still interested in real music.
 
 
“What’s That About?” is a classy affair that encompasses the stylish vocals of James Keen, the edgy hip hop beats of Brian McCook and the sophisticated piano-playing of Alex Ho.  There’s a passion and soul to Keen’s voice that could sit comfortably alongside the band’s aforementioned influences.
 
 
Having played across Europe, America and the Far East, Magazine Gap are getting ready to release their forthcoming album and this video is just a taster.  If it’s supposed to whet the appetite, it’s more than done its job.