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Maltese Singer-Songwriter Sam Christie Releases Single From Upcoming Album

Maltese Singer-Songwriter Sam Christie Releases Single From Upcoming Album
Jul 21 2023 Share

After weeks of anticipation, local singer-songwriter Sam Christie is making waves with the release of his first single, ‘the pop song,’ from his upcoming album titled “Ilysmbidkhttybikydlmb.” Fans and followers of the artist can finally get a taste of the artist’s upcoming album as the track has officially hit all major streaming platforms.

 

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In ‘the pop song,’ Sam Christie showcases his signature blend of emotive lyrics and captivating melodies, leaving listeners spellbound. What makes this release even more special is the inclusion of local artists and long-time collaborators Chris Vella and Milo Bank$, adding an authentic Maltese touch to the already sensational composition.

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With an ever-growing fan base and a reputation for pushing artistic boundaries, Sam Christie’s latest offering is set to elevate his musical journey to new heights.

As the first glimpse into his forthcoming album, “Ilysmbidkhttybikydlmb,” ‘the pop song’ is sure to leave a lasting impression on the hearts of both loyal supporters and newfound admirers alike.

Speaking to Malta Daily, Christie said that the album came about during the pandemic, when the artist had more time to experiment with new sounds and put out the kind of music he’d been wanting to release for a long time. After sitting in a room with producer Chris Vella, Christie was able to put all his life experiences into the music. With sounds ranging from pop to hip-hop to even folk and trap, the album is set to come out on September 1st, 2023.

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Viral Duo DJs From Mars To Perform At G7 Fridays TONIGHT!

Viral Duo DJs From Mars To Perform At G7 Fridays TONIGHT!
Jul 21 2023 Share

Tonight, the viral mashup sensation DJs From Mars are set to unleash their cosmic beats on G7 Fridays at the Gianpula Main Room, promising a crazy night of musical mayhem.

 

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Known around the world for their unique style and out-of-this-world performances, the duo has conquered some of the biggest stages in electronic dance music, from the iconic Tomorrowland Main Stage to legendary Ibiza clubs like Ushuaïa.

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DJs From Mars have earned a massive fan following for their ingenious mashups, seamlessly blending diverse tracks and genres into adrenaline-pumping sets that leave the crowd begging for more, with their most recent projects seeing them work with global phenomena like David Guetta and Oliver Heldens.

The DJ duo’s extraterrestrial personas and infectious energy create an otherworldly atmosphere that transcends boundaries and unites dance enthusiasts from all walks of life.

 

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As G7 Fridays becomes the latest chapter in DJs From Mars’ intergalactic journey, get ready to be abducted by the magnetic sounds of DJs From Mars as they unleash their sonic prowess tonight, leaving an indelible mark on the island’s dance music history.

The renowned DJ duo will be joined by local DJs Debrii, D-Rey, Gabii, Koroma and Miggy!

If you haven’t secured your tickets yet, visit this link to get yours ASAP.

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Malta Braves Fifth Day Of Power Cuts As Enemalta Tries To Keep Up

Malta Braves Fifth Day Of Power Cuts As Enemalta Tries To Keep Up
Jul 21 2023 Share

Thousands of people in multiple localities across Malta and Gozo are currently braving a string of constant power cuts amid a record-breaking heatwave, all while local energy company Enemalta attempts to fix the situation.

The power cut situation entered its fifth day today, with blackouts in Senglea, Birkirkara, San Gwann, Rabat, Dingli, Kalkara, Vittoriosa, Cospicua, Zabbar and Marsascala. Rightfully so, many took to social media to address their grievances, with some revealing that they actually slept on the roof of their home to escape the heated confines of their homes.

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An individual writing to Malta Daily also shared that some zones are not even being shown on the Enemalta power cut map, as various members of the community, particularly elderly and animals, remain in the figurative and literal dark on the situation.

Meanwhile, Enemalta has remained active on social media claiming that it will ‘continue to help customers impacted by electricity network disruptions’. The energy company wrote that workers are repairing underground cable faults and other damages, utilising ‘specialised teams of engineers, technicians, cable fault locators and cable jointers, excavation contractors and other workers’.

Enemalta Chairman Ryan Fava and Enemalta CEO Jonathan Cardona confirmed that Malta registered a peak demand of 624 megawatts, the second record demand for the Maltese Islands in two days.

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Gzira Advance in UEFA Conference League After Europe’s Longest Penalty Shootout

Gzira Advance in UEFA Conference League After Europe's Longest Penalty Shootout
Jul 21 2023 Share

Maltese teams Balzan FC and Gzira United FC have successfully secured their spot at the next round of the UEFA Conference League after a dramatic first round.

 

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Despite playing with a ten-man squad, Balzan emerged victorious with an exceptional showing in extra time against NK Domzale, with Andre Prates netting a heroic 94-minute goal.

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The true drama came, however, during Gzira United’s match against Irish side Glentoran F.C., which saw a record-breaking 28-penalty shootout after a last-minute equaliser from Glentoran. The shootout did not only surpass the 2020/2021 shootout between Shamrock Rovers and Ilves to become European football’s longest ever, but made international headlines for one particular moment.

The point which caught Maltese fans, commentators and even Gzira United’s goalkeeper off guard was when Glentoran’s Jay Donnelly took a hopeful shot to keep the Irish side in the game. Despite initially catching the shot, Gzira goalkeeper David Cassar celebrated too early, all while the ball managed to make it into the net via rebound.

What do you make of this moment?

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