Michel Tutundjian – @ Frisky Radio

Michel Tutundjian is a professional DJ/Producer/Designer/Programmer and a veteran of the deep progressive house, breaking tunes and celebrating life. He’s uploaded a slightly over one hour “radio show” to his SoundCloud account, entitled ‘@Frisky Radio’, giving listeners an insight into what to expect from his shows.

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Pete Gardiner – ‘Who Do You Belong To’

Pete Gardiner is a rarity, a true songsmith, a poet who sets his stories to music. Pete writes about doomed, alcohol fuelled love affairs, our celebrity obsessed culture, vanity, greed, violence and lust with a style and passion inspired by his songwriting heroes Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Bruce Springsteen.

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Jungle – ‘HAPPY MAN’

Jungle was founded in 2013 by childhood friends Tom McFarland and Josh Lloyd-Watson, who came to be known as “J and T”. From there they expanded into a seven piece lineup – changing their name to Jungle – giving their live shows a full and organic experience.

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THE AZN SEN$ATION – ‘Suprememan’

Entrepreneur and social influencer Jaye Foo (aka jayefunk) is becoming well known as a hip-hop artist performing under the name THE AZN SEN$ATION, playing shows to thousands at a time in Singapore, Japan, and Korea, as well as the US and U.K.

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Joan Torres’s All Is Fused – ‘Of the Musical’

Joan Torres is the bassist and composer of jazz fusion ensemble All Is Fused, which he has led since 2011. Together they have released 3 albums and been nominated for various awards, including the Vox Pop award in the Fusion Album category, which they won at the 14th Annual Independent Music Awards, 2016. Their most recent album, ‘Of The Musical’, has this year seen them nominated at the IMAs in three separate categories: best Funk/Fusion/Jam, best Jazz album, and their track ‘Demiurge’ has received a nomination for best music producer in the jazz category.

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Maggie Garnier Releases Album – ‘The Lord is My Light’

The first album from Maggie Garnier, ‘The Lord Is My Light’, is set for release on 17 May, and features tracks written by Maggie, as well as some of her favourite hymns. The album also features a track, ‘Can I See You Now’, written by her brother Joubert, who also served as musical director. ‘The Lord Is My Light’ is a real family affair, with their brother Taylor producing.

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OLD ROMANTICS – Early Duran Demos Reveal Edgier Sound Under Leadership Of Former Frontman And Songsmith Andy Wickett

The history of popular music is littered with performers who quit, or more often, were ousted, from bands just as they were on the cusp […]

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BASCO GENERAL releases new single ‘MAMA EXPRESS’

North London artist Basco General released his new single ‘Mama Express’ on 18th March. The reggae track has a slow paced tempo with offbeat rhythms.

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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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FUNNY BONES – They Might Be Giants Greet Death And Dystopia With Gallows Humour On ‘I Like Fun’

Recorded at the same Skyline studios, where they made their best-selling major label debut Flood, I Like Fun feels like a hearkening back to They Might Be […]

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Cornbury Festival July 2018 Full Line Up Announcement

Cornbury is back for an unexpected return and after last weeks all female announcement for Saturday 14th July they have today announced the full line up for the spectacular family friendly festival in Oxfordshire and there really is something for everyone.

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NEAT NEAT NEAT – Punk Legends The Damned Summon Their Evil Spirits To Smash It Up At London’s Camden KOKO

The Damned’s place in history is secured as one of the triumvirate of London bands that kick-started the punk rock revolution. And yet despite being first […]

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MAKING PLANS – XTC’s Colin Moulding And Terry Chambers Ponder Live Shows After DIY Great Aspirations EP

XTC fans have been rather spoiled with new product of late, after years of relative inactivity since the band ground to a halt in 2006, […]

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Karen Atkins – ‘High On Love (Can’t Get Too)’

In the video for her latest song, ‘High On Love (Can’t Get Too)’, Californian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Karen Atkins escapes earth and coasts through the universe in her cherry-red Tesla Roadster. Created a full six months before the SpaceX Rocket launch both video and rocket were released at the same time. Talk about cosmic coincidences!

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THE WILD BUNCH – New Book Tells The Story Of Massive Attack, Trip Hop And The Influential ‘Bristol Scene’

Emerging from the Bristol Party scene of the late 1980s, Massive Attack have been hailed as one of the most original and influential groups the […]

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Blue Helix – ‘Anti-Social Butterfly’

Blue Helix bring together the two worlds of boxing and music in the new video for their song, ‘Anti-Social Butterfly’.

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