Space – ‘Strange World’

Space are back with a new tour and a new single, ‘Strange World’.

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The Christians – Rise

The Christians are synonymous for emotive lyrics and impassioned sentiment in their songs that are guaranteed to pull at your heartstrings and get you thinking about all that is wrong in this world.

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Righteous Reprobates- ‘My Psychosis’

A debut rock single opening with a classic rock style intro is the way to go! Righteous Reprobates new release ‘My Psychosis’ has it in spades.

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Ritual-From The City To The Wilderness

Ritual released their long awaited EP ‘From The City To The Wilderness’ on 23/10 just a day after releasing the final track ‘Too Deep’, featuring Delilah.

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‘Intro’ – Stealth

Deep, dulcet tones open ‘Intro’ and what an introduction it is. Certainly effective in captivating the audience you are seeking and absolutely nothing “Stealth”…

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Honeymilk- ‘Psychrocker’

Stockholm based band Honeymilk recently released an amusing little ditty by the name of ‘Psychrocker’, which is aimed at those in the industry who…

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Late Nite Cable

The description synth pop for some reason always makes me cringe slightly in anticipation of some talentless noise and thumping electro beat so you…

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Christine Sako – Footprints

Hailing from Minneapolis but now living in San Diego, Christine Sako is a multi-talented musician playing anything she doesn’t have to blow into.

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Birdman Culture – ‘Rolling Thunder’

After a particularly dramatic launch into ‘Rolling Thunder’ and just when you are expecting an explosion to happen it very quickly takes on an entirely different pace and direction.

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Überkill – ‘Sex on a Leash’ EP

As soon as the drums burst into the opening track of Überkill’s EP ‘Sex on a Leash’ it is blatantly apparent that it is crying out to be listened to and it just gets better from that point forth.

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‘An Introduction to Darlene Love’

Calling the new album ‘An Introduction to Darlene Love’ is an ironic contradiction as this amazingly talented lady has an extraordinary career spanning over five decades and frankly needs no introduction.

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Pure Phase Ensemble 4: ‘Live At Spacefest’

Imagine chilling in the long grass on a river bank in the hazy sunshine of a summer day with the gentle sound of bubbling water flowing by, the sound of a cricket in the distance and the birds chirping in the trees as a breeze blows softly through them.

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Two Cartoons

New Zealand born duo Two Cartoons are on the verge of releasing their first full album later this year. Using the timeless carrot on a stick method, ‘Dreams’ has been brought out to tempt us.

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Arthur Walwin: ‘Sleepless’

Arthur coverArthur Walwin is a difficult chap to categorise as his music whilst fitting in with any standard of popular music also has an underlying rock to it

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‘Everything’s Fine’ – The Ravines

Sometimes music just shouts summertime at you and the long awaited follow up to The Ravines debut album screams it in your face with a mega phone.

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Bourbon Street Beat – ‘Crossing On a Bend’

Think of all the combinations in your life that just sound right together. Fish and chips, ice cream and jelly……….

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The Talks

Commencing 11th July, Hull based Ska band The Talks embark on a new tour which will see them travel through France, Germany and the UK riding on the back of their album ‘Commoners, Peers, Drunks and Thieves’ which was released in November 2014.

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Estrella – We Will Go On

Estrella’s debut album “Come out to play” was released in 2012 and they set the bar pretty high at that point but the four piece rock band from Aberdeenshire have been raising it ever since having toured Europe with Robin Beck as well as House of Lords and more recently Enuff Z’nuff.

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Landmarq

Representing a celebration of 25 years in the business Landmarq have released a special edition live CD/DVD from their 2013 tour, recorded at De Boerderij in the Netherlands.

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Shannon K – Lose Control

Being the daughter of a famous Bollywood star (Kumar Sanu) is an impressive enough claim to fame for a young lass but not content living in the shadows Shannon K is taking control rather than losing it.

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