Based in Cairo, Egypt, pop music artist Music Theory is making his mark on the scene with the new endearing love song, entitled ‘Down the Aisle’.
With a classic pop music sound, taking influence from the likes of Avicii and David Guetta, Music Theory’s music will appeal to the masses with its catchy melodies and lyricism. Placing your music in the busy world of pop is a difficult and daring task, but Music Theory is confident that he can break through with his talents and honest approach to song writing.
Music Theory describes his music as fitting into the mainstream scene, yet he enjoys straying into the worlds of dance, rock and R&B whilst still keeping the focus on creating infectious pop music.
Hailing from Egypt, Music Theory notes that most of the music he is surrounded by is sung in Arabic, making it difficult for English speaking songs to find a place, yet the ambitious artist has inadvertently found a niche with his brand of pop. Growing up, Music Theory was a shy character, but he found that the therapeutic platform of music allowed him to release his thoughts and dreams.
Although Music Theory no longer sings on his records, he creates the vision for his songs, articulating to expert musicians what he is trying to put across in his music. Through this process, the talented songwriter tackles issues as diverse as love, hope, despair, loneliness and inner conflicts.
Inspired by classic artists such as The Beatles, Maroon 5, Usher and Michael Jackson, Music Theory’s style is accessible and engaging pop that will appeal to all listeners of the genre. ‘Down The Aisle’ was mixed by Bob Horn (Usher/Akon) and was mastered by Tom Coyne (Adele/Taylor Swift).To gain a further insight into the world of Music Theory, you can check out his blog where he documents and shares his journey as a musician: http://mtmusictheory.blogspot.co.uk/