A Flock Of Seagulls – ‘Ascension’

Released on July 9, ‘Ascension’, the latest album from A Flock Of Seagulls puts a new spin on their classics, with help from the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.

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The Vamps – ‘Night And Day’ (Day Edition)

It’s been a year since The Vamps dropped the first half of their ‘Night And Day’ album, ‘Night Edition’. Last Friday they released the ‘Day Edition’, allowing fans to finally hear the entire double album in full.

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TIDAL RAVE – Dub Sex and The G-O-D Guitarist Takes The Plunge With New Three Piece Cold Water Swimmers

Dub Sex guitarist Chris Bridgett is back with new power trio Cold Water Swimmers. Geordie Bridgett, whose short-lived previous outfit The G-O-D supported The Stone Roses at Wembley Stadium […]

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Simon Baum – ‘Songs To Listen To On The Way Home At The End Of The Night’ EP


‘Songs To Listen To On The Way Home At The End Of The Night’ is the musical equivalent of a hand on your shoulder, the warmth and roar of a crackling fireplace or a loved confidante – a warm and compassionate mixture of tracks to lull you into a place of comfort and security.

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Mike Shinoda’s ‘Post Traumatic’ Is A Sad Album Yet Serves As A Catharsis For Linkin Park Fans As Much As For Him

‘Post Traumatic’ by Mike Shinoda, is a sad album. There’s no getting past it. Written in the shadow of the suicide of his friend and Linkin Park bandmate, Chester Bennington, Shinoda uses the deeply personal album as a catharsis to work through his feelings. The 16 track full length album follows on from the EP of the same name, released in January this year.

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Aktiveight, Connor Buckmaster – ‘I’m The Blame’

With five years of producing behind him, Aktiveight is a newcomer to the electronic music scene, but is nonetheless making an impact. His latest single, ‘I’m The Blame’, sees him collaborating with Connor Buckmaster, in a chilled and laid back EDM track.

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Pierre de la Mer – ‘MadDonna’

Pierre de la Mer is a DJ from Amsterdam who plays house, techno, disco, pop, and jazz, as well as his own mash-ups. His track, ‘MadDonna’, is dedicated to the Material Girl herself, as well as the #MeToo movement, and is a sparkling blend of some of Madonna’s laid on a bed of synthy instrumentation.

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Michael Philip Reed – ‘Medium Fidelity 2015-2017’

Michael Philip Reed is a man of many talents. He earned the nickname “The One Man Band” from his work with steampunk musical project Steam Powered Giraffe, for which he has been recording engineer, musical arranger, songwriter, backing/lead vocalist – not to mention playing a plethora of different instruments! Here, though, he shows the expanse of his capability solely as a one man band, fulfilling all roles in the making of the album himself. The result does not disappoint.

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GOOD MEDICINE – John Lydon’s PiL Add A Dose Of Class To The Camden Rocks Festival Line Up At The Electric Ballroom

Never a dull place even at the worst of times, Camden Rocks had the whole borough buzzing on Saturday. With 200 acts performing in 20 […]

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Scarlett Johansson And Pete Yorn Reunite On Ethereal EP ‘Apart’

I’m embarrassed to say I hadn’t previously been aware of Scarlett Johansson’s extensive music career, but it’s pretty formidable, spanning over a decade – so I hereby apologise. Pete Yorn has likewise amassed a prodigious back catalogue, dating back as far as 2001. The pair have joined forces on their new EP, the ethereal ‘Apart’, the follow up to their 9 track album, ‘Break Up’, released in 2009.

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Beth Macari – ‘Clone’

Classic pop with a twist of hip-hop, Beth Macari’s ‘Clone’, with its Latino vibes and infectiously catchy melodies, is a real breath of fresh air.

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Alt-Rock Trio Desert Mountain Tribe Return With Surging Second Album

The album, ‘Om Parvat Mystery’, is named after an ancient holy mountain in the Himalayas. On a recent radio appearance, the band also joked that it was because making the album had been an uphill struggle, with half being recorded in the UK and half in the Faroe Islands.

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Nina Nesbitt – A Fiery Performance At The Great Escape

Nina Nesbitt was one of a few better-known names to feature at The Great Escape, a festival in Brighton which showcases unsigned, or lesser known bands and artists from around the world.

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The Rolling Stones Satisfy Deeply On Opening Show Of #NoFilter Tour At Dublin’s Croke Park

Many in attendance at Croke Park, Dublin, on Thursday May 17 could well have gone with the lyrics ringing in their ears of The Rolling Stones 1965 classic, ‘The Last Time’. Thankfully however the veteran rockers proved they have more than enough stamina, as they played the first show in their mammoth #NoFilter European tour.

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PHANTOM MENACES – Divine Sorcery Or Frightful Mess? The Damned Unleash ‘Evil Spirits’ Their First Album In 10 Years

Coming 10 years after its predecessor – and with David Bowie‘s right hand man Tony Visconti in the producer’s chair – there were naturally big expectations surrounding Evil […]

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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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