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20180502_224548 GD artikel 180430 small Gefle Dagblad, Nils Palmeby wrote about “best Gästrike releases ni April” on April 30th 2018.

About “Maini Sorri & Magneto Dayo – When Two Worlds Meet” he wrote (translated by Maini):

“Maini Sorri – When Two Worlds Meet (album, release May 23)

Maini Sorri was a former music teacher in Tierp and on May 23, her new album “When Two Worlds Meet” together with Brooklyn rapper Magneto Dayo will be released. They met on Twitter! An undeniably unexpected cooperation. Just wait until you hear.”

Text under the picture: “Maini Sorri’s new album. Doesn’t sound like anything we’ve heard before.”

If you are a subscriber of Gefle Dagblad you can read the article here

Maini Sorri and Magneto Dayo - Blue SongMaini and the American hip-hop artist Magneto Dayo won Arzuk Music Award 2017 in California on January 17th, 2018. They won in Freestyle/Rap/HipHop category with ‘Blue Song‘.

Arzuk Productions & Entertainment is a production company located at Barstow California. Arzuk Productions is run by Gonzalo Arzamendi, Raymond Rowe, Bobby Ludlam, and Steven Zukaitis.

Blue Song single was released on June 9th 2014. Music is written by Maini Sorri, lyrics by Gary Cornman & Dashawn Williams, remix by Carsten Lehmann. Video by Johan Zetterlund. Label behind the Blue Song release is Reya music.

Maini Sorri - Parting Of Our WaySome cuts from Maini‘s Parting Of Our Way reviews:  Jer at Sleeping Bag Studios writes: “Parting Of Our Way”ends up becoming quite the ride through a clever metal-melody that’s got a brilliant display of contrast between sweetness and the extreme. Orlando Mestre of the USA slays the guitar-parts completely, flexing much musical-muscle, style, chops & skills…”

“Orlando was a perfect choice to bring out the vibrant guitar-riffs and non-stop energy that fuels the music of “Parting Of Our Way” – and Maini is an equally-perfect choice to bring the lyrics/vocals to life through stunning contrast.”

“…it’s the magic in Maini’s performance that makes these words come alive.  Her sweetened tones sound innocent, yet bold in the mix of the music around her voice…”   Read the whole review here

A&R team at Got That Music LLC Records/All Purpose Music Group LLC writes: “The vocal performance has a soft angelic delivery with good melody range.”.. “The overall track sound is up to industry standards, good mix. Maini Sorri is a talented singer with a powerful produced musical composition!” “It’s a great song to be placed in movies and on television.” “Very marketable record!”

“Great overall sound, this team of producer, songwriter and singer have a lot of potential together!”

Rick Jamm at JamSphere writes: “The whole rock, ambient metal idea, is really cool, and blending it with Maini’s airy, high pitched vocals provides an interesting contrast.” “Her delivery is excellent, she has wonderful tone, and her harmonies sound absolutely beautiful.”

“When the music transitions from a heavier phase of the song to a dreamier, spacy feel, these transitions flow nicely. Guitars fade appropriately, percussion switches to a softer, electronic effect, and the vocals take the forefront, highlighting the strength and beauty of Maini’s voice.”

Brian Lanese & Orlando Mestre produced the track, and they did a fantastic job.”.. the two producers seemed to have clear ideas, without over producing. In conclusion, this is simply a fantastic track.” Read the whole review here:

Brett Stewart at Independent Spotlight writes: “The intensely prolific songwriter, who now has 25 albums in her discography, has proven to be a resilient and compellingly creative talent.” “Written by Gary Cornman with instrumentation by Orlando Mestre, the powerhouse track is arguably one of the more driving, bombastic efforts in Sorri’s catalog”

“Vocally, I’d perhaps align Sorri with a performer like Yoko Ono. She has a very expressive, unique voice, and it’s a good one, too.”…”I adore how Sorri harmonizes with herself; it’s a great sound.” “Parting Of Our Way’ is an excellent track. I love that Maini Sorri is continuing to experiment within her sound.” Read the whole review here

Andrea Caccese at The BandCamp Diaries writes: “Maini is a rare talent: she is great on melodies and on moody vibes, but her brand new single, “Parting of Our Way” is also proof that she can really rock when she wants to.”

“The song features really great overdriven guitar tones as well as some really powerful drums and some beautiful synth keys.”… “Maini particularly shines on this track by layering multiple vocal harmonies that truly constitute the vocal strength of this track.” “The song is fairly different from most of her previous work, and it is incredibly refreshing to see an artist that isn’t afraid to challenge her own boundaries and constantly experiment with new things and new takes on sound.”

Read the whole review here

Read Maini’s promoter Jason Bonnar’s great selection of  her album, EP and single reviews here.

Maini Sorri - Parting Of Our WayMaini‘s new Rock single Parting Of Our Way was released on January 23rd 2017. It is Maini’s 25th cd! It is co-produced by Grammy nominated Brian Lanese and Orlando Mestre in the USA and mixed and mastered by Brian Lanese.

All instruments are performed and recorded by Orlando Mestre. Music is written by Maini and lyrics by Gary Cornman from the USA and the label is Reya music from Sweden.

You can listen to the new single at spotify.

It is available on iTunesUSA, iTunesUK, iTunesSweden, iTunesItaly, iTunesFrance, iTunes Finland, iTunesNorway, iTunesJapan, iTunesPhilippines etc. all around the world. Follow any of the iTunes links and switch the country code in the middle to your country code.

Parting Or Our Way is also available at Deezer and GooglePlay.

You can also listen to Parting Or Our Way  on Bandcamp and on Soundcloud.

CD artwork pic by Johan Zetterlund, CD artwork layout by Alexandra L Simos, Greece.

Maini Sorri - I Fall To PiecesMaini‘s rock single I Fall To Pieces got excellent reviews. Rick Jamm from London writes in Jamsphere Magazine:

“Like all of Maini recordings, I Fall To Pieces proves to be an extremely rewarding listen as its internal complexities unfold…As usual Maini once again shows that she is at the top of her game vocally. The song’s musical and lyrical thoughts are delivered in the clearest manner they could ever be”. Read the whole review here

Brett Stewart, Chicago, Tilting Windmill Studios writes: “Sorri’s vocals are solid, as usual…I’d actually align her vocal style to that of Yoko Ono. I mean that as a compliment, too…Sorri’s typical pop sensibility is infused into ‘I Fall To Pieces’ as well, and it’s a catchy tune.”Read the whole review here

Bree Morcroft, freelance writer from Melbourne, Australia writes: “After a slow-building, atmospheric introduction, ‘I Fall To Pieces’ explodes into a slightly unexpected, but pleasing bright burst of pop goodness the moment the vocal kicks in.” Read the whole review here

Bradley Rust, freelance writer from Sydney, Australia writes: “Maini follows up the impressive collaboration single ‘Second Chance’ with a new single of her own. To start with, my first vibe is a little Nightwish style from the opening 30 seconds before the pace eases a little and her voice takes centre stage”. Read the whole review here

More more sound writes: “I Fall To Pieces” is a truly stunning track with a rock edge that feels emotional and fragile, yet uplifting and direct, highlighting Maini’s strong ability to turn touching personal stories into amazing melodies with a purpose”. Read the whole review here

 

Maini Sorri - I Fall To PiecesMaini‘s rock single I Fall To Pieces made it to WOS Radio Top20 Playlist for June 2016 in USA. It was also released on July 14th in WOS Radio’s #1 Award winning Podcast Episode #431.

Enjoy 30 minutes of amazing music here. Maini’s song is #6 on the show. You also find Episode #431 on iTunes here

I Fall To Pieces was released on May 31st. It is co-produced by Grammy nominated Brian Lanese and Orlando M (Orlando Mestre) in the USA, engineered and mastered by Brian Lanese and mixed by Brandon Bujnowski, USA. All instruments are performed and recorded by Orlando M. Music is written by Maini and lyrics by Gary Cornman from the USA and the label is Reya music from Sweden.

I Fall To Pieces cd artwork 700Maini‘s new rock single I Fall To Pieces was released on may 31st! It is co-produced by Grammy nominated Brian Lanese and Orlando M (Orlando Mestre) in the USA, engineered and mastered by Brian Lanese and mixed by Brandon Bujnowski, USA.

All instruments are performed and recorded by Orlando M. Music is written by Maini and lyrics by Gary Cornman from the USA and the label is Reya music from Sweden.

You can listen to the new single at spotify.

It is available on iTunesUSA, iTunesUK, iTunesSweden, iTunesItaly, iTunesFrance, iTunes Finland, iTunesNorway, iTunesJapan, iTunesPhilippines etc. all around the world. Follow any of the iTunes links and switch the country code in the middle to your country code.

I Fall To Pieces is also available at Amazon, Deezer and GooglePlay.

You can also listen to I Fall To Pieces on Bandcamp.

CD artwork pic by Johan Zetterlund, CD artwork layout by Athil Belhadj, Tunisia.

Maini Sorri and Magneto Dayo - Second ChanceSecond Chance debuts on radio in New York and will air twice a day from February 19th! Tune in WQVM Radio in New York at 10 A.M. and 12 Noon Eastern time on Friday 19th and 26th, and following days at 5 PM and 8 PM: Feb. 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 28th, 29th, March 1st, 2nd and 3rd. All above broadcasts are Eastern Time (New York)

You can also hear Second Chance on KQVMFM radio in Los Angeles twice a day from February 19th! Tune in KQVMFM Radio in LA at 10 A.M. and 12 Noon Pacific time on Friday 19th and 26th, and following days at 5 PM and 8 PM: Feb. 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 28th, 29th, March 1st,  2nd and 3rd.

All above broadcasts are Pacific Time (Los Angeles)

Maini and Magneto Dayo‘s Second Chance was released on January 25th 2016.

Carsten Lehmann has written the music and made the instrumental. Lyrics are by Maini Sorri and Magneto Dayo. The label behind the release is Reya music from Sweden.

Maini Sorri and Magneto Dayo - Second ChanceSecond Chance made it to DRT National Airplay Top Charts already before release! It climbed to #39 on National Airplay Top 80 Independent Chart. Following week it jumped up to #27, see the the chart in Record World Magazine here. Last week Second Chance’ position was #36, see last week’s chart here.

The DRT National Airplay Top Charts are based on an amount of weekly radio plays and tracks radio air plays on 5000+ radio stations.

Other artists from Sweden on last week’s DRT charts are Zara Larsson #47 on National Airplay Top50 Pop Chart and Avicii #105 on National Airplay Top200 Chart.

Maini and Magneto Dayo‘s Second Chance was released on January 25th 2016.

Maini Sorri and Magneto Dayo - Second ChanceMaini and Magneto Dayo‘s new single Second Chance has got great reviews from around the world. Rick Jamm from London writes in Jamsphere Magazine: “In “Second Chance” her performance is almost angelic and plays a perfect foil to Magneto Dayo’s easy-paced rhymes. He flows and she flies. Like heaven and earth” Read the whole review here.

Rick Jamm’s review is also published in Soundlooks (He flows and she flies…like heaven and earth) and in VideoMusicStars (Second Chance – Euro-styled rap and dance).

DownBeatz write in there review: “Their recent single “Second Chance” is a great taste of their eclectic attitude and great production skills. The song strikes punchy and direct from the very first beat… it’s about to become a total club banger!” Read the whole review here

Bree Morcroft, freelance writer from Melbourne, Australia writes: “New York Hip Hop mixed with Swedish Pop… it only takes one listen to stick in your head, and when the instrumental version starts playing – you will be singing”. Read the whole review here.

Joshua Smotherton writes in Middle Tennessee Music.com: “With it’s upbeat, make-you-move energy and the vocal stylings of Maini’s singing blended with Dayo’s flow, this single is a must for your next dance party. Don’t be surprised when you hear this the next time you hit the club”. Read the whole review here

Bradley Rust, freelance writer from Australia writes: “Two very compelling voices make for a fresh blast of dance floor moving sounds. Fun, catchy and unique” Read the whole review here.

Brett Stewart, Chicago writes in Independent Spotlight: “I love the induction of Magneto Dayo to Sorri’s style. She mixes perfectly with his strong, powerful hip hop delivery. One of the things about Sorri’s music that I’ve always found especially compelling is her ability to work with a myriad of artists and collaborators across great distances to significant success”. Read the whole review here

Carsten Lehmann has written the music. Lyrics are by Maini Sorri and Magneto Dayo. The label behind the release is Reya music from Sweden.

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