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American Rapper Jonny Bell Is Garnering Attention On The Global Stage!

  Jonathon Bell, known by his stage name “Jonny Bell” could be categorized as one of the most versatile recording artists in the music industry. […]

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The Old Guard of the Avant-Garde

From Andy Warhol to Susan Sontag, filmmaker Jonas Mekas is in conversation at the Peckham Plex on the 10th April 2018.

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Todd Haynes’ WONDERSTRUCK’ In Cinemas 6 April

STUDIOCANAL are proud to present this enchanting film starring Julianne Moore, Oakes Fegley, Millicent Simmonds, Jaden Michael and Michelle Williams.

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Shot in Dublin City by Bold Puppy, Stephanie Rainey has just released the colourful video for her new single ‘Question Mark’.  Irish singer songwriter Stephanie Rainey has pretty much the […]

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Sydney based musician LISHI, real name Eleanor Dunlop, will release her new single, ‘Our Hearts’ on 23 March. The follow up to her last year’s debut, ‘Dropping Back’, it’s the first track from her double A side single due out in the spring.

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Melbourne singer songwriter Brendan McMahon released his latest album, ‘On This Fine Occasion’ on February 18. The record fuses a variety of genres ranging from rock, pop, country, folk, blues, and Celtic, and his songwriting is both incisive and insightful.

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South African producer and songwriter Sabelo Kheswa, aka The Dushman, released his latest album, ‘Love Potion’ on February 14. His influences include the likes of Polow da Don and fellow South African Mr Chaklas, and his music has an energetic vibe featuring hip hop aspects.

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Tysu – ‘Valley Girl’ and ‘1,2,3 Time’

TYSU is an LA based RnB singer songwriter with moves like Michael Jackson. His latest tracks ‘Valley Girl’ and ‘1,2,3 Time’ are superb examples of his skill and style.

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The Suburbs – ‘When We Were Young’

Legendary Minneapolis band The Suburbs are back with their new album, ‘Hey Muse!’, and the single, ‘When We Were Young’.

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Ignatius – ‘All The Things’

Three years ago Ignatius and his wife opened Set Apart P-Town, a youth group in inner-city Pomona, California. His new single, ‘All The Things’, is his letter to those kids, to let them know they’re not alone.

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AKoVA – ‘You Can Have Anything’

AKoVA has been declared “The Rhythm King” by Australian media, and he believes that wherever your heart is, that’s where you’ll find your treasure. We wrote about his song, ‘Headlights’, back in October, and now he’s back with the super inspirational, ‘You Can Have Anything’.

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‘It’s Always a Perfect Journey’ – Gianni Paci

Simple tune, poignant lyrics and nostalgia from Gianni Paci.

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Netflix’s LOST IN SPACE – The Robinsons’ Journey

This remake of the original 1965 series of the same name, arguably the original Sci-Fi series as it pre-dates the first episode of Star-Trek by a whole year, has been rebooted for the new Netflix generation, and what a reboot it is. The production team of Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless (Dracula Untold and The Last Witch Hunter) have taken Irwin Allen’s creation and given it steroids. Stunning visuals, great special effects and big budgets, this has the lot. It’s the story of one family, the Robinsons, sent to colonise new worlds, who along the way, crash-land.

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Netflix’s PARADOX, Featuring Neil Young + Promise Of The Real, Launches March 23

‘Paradox’ – Great music, confusing story.
‘Many moons ago-in the future’, should just about sum this film up.

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A Sit Down with Suzi Island

Amid a hectic schedule including the impending release of their debut single, Show me the Way, on 23 March, and a string of live shows, alt-rock outfit Suzi Island (made up of Hugh Reilly-Smith and Matt Carter) found time to answer a few of my questions.

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Tom-Lee Richards talks about childhood experiences that inspired mini-LP ‘Out of the Oddness

New Zealand artist Tom-Lee Richards summons childhood nostalgia, as he recalls a childhood trauma, in his mini-LP ‘Out of the Oddness’.
He tells us about the LP, which contains songs- like ‘As Far As India’ – that is based on his own life experiences, as well reveals more about his musical influences.

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