The Dead Daisies – ‘Rise Up’

The Dead Daisies, based in Sydney, Australia, find their inspiration in 70s and early 80s hard rock, and are a musical collective with a rotating lineup which features some of the best rock musicians in the world, including members of bands such as Whitesnake, Dio, Mötley Crüe, The Scream, Thin Lizzy, Journey, Bad English, Hardline, Red Phoenix and Mink.

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Just Loud – ‘Electrified’

Just Loud harnesses influences from MGMT, and Foster The People, as well as electro-pop visuals, and hair like The Weeknd. Not only that, he can sing damned well.

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Nothing More – ‘Just Say When’

What does punk mean these days? Surely the very nature of the genre means it’s unrestricted by any one interpretation. Nothing More, from San Antonio, Texas, certaily challenge the classification of the term – they could be described as any or all of rock, progressive, alternative – their music is clearly pop-punk influenced, while they lean towards rock one way and alternative in the other. Surely that’s got to make them punk?

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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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Era Noble – ‘Stranger Than Fiction’

Based in London, but having grown up between New York City and Paris, singer songwriter Era Noble has had very powerful musical inspiration his entire life, and burst onto the music scene back in 2012 as the man behind the mask of Wolf Colony.

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Lillemäe – ‘Mighty Bounce/Disco Night’

Robert Lillemäe, recording as Lillemäe, is an up and coming producer from Sweden. His latest release, a techno mash-up entitled ‘Mighty Bounce/Disco Night’, will get you up and out of your seat, and is the perfect workout track.

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Loveless 506 – *****paranoid detours***** (prod. by sleepdealer)

Loveless 506 loops around our heads and out every single part of our body with his looping pysch stylings.

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Carlo Canetti – ‘Clouds’

‘Clouds’ is the first track by Liverpool artist Carlo Canetti, and we hope not the last.
‘Clouds’, from Carlo Canetti, and featuring the vocals of Birmingham’s Ben Northam, is, to put it mildly, simply stunning.

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Naked Congress – ‘Falling’

We wrote about Naked Congress a few days back, with their track, ‘In My Room’. Now we’re privileged to share a second release, ‘Falling’, from the Swedish artist, who now bases himself in Germany.

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VikToreus – ‘Lambada 2018’

Vik Toreus is a DJ, remixer, and producer, whose live shows have seen him regarded as one of the most sought-after open format club DJs in his hometown of London. Vik Toreus describes his style as “Hip-House” – an eclectic mix of electro house fused with hip hop and R&B. The result – huge club bangers.

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Lauren Zettler – ‘Getaway’ (Bane Remix)

Bane, real name Adonis Shropshire, is a producer and songwriter, based in LA. His credits include co-writing Mariah Carey’s ‘I Stay In Love’; ‘My Boo’ by Usher and Alicia Keys; ‘I Need A Girl’, by P. Diddy; Chris Brown’s ‘Goodbye’; and ‘Summertime’, the B-side of Beyoncé’s ‘Crazy In Love’.

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Jaicee Rentz – ‘Superzoomy Space Ships’

From San Clemente, California, teen singer songwriter Jaicee Rentz writes rustic tunes influenced by the dance pop of Carly Rae Jepsen and the acoustic sound of The Lumineers. Her debut release, ‘Colors’, started out as midnight downloads and were later fleshed out in the studios of Roshambo Sound, Orange County.

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MAAD – ‘New Religion’

Originally from New Jersey but now based in LA, MAAD has established herself as a singer/songwriter, DJ, and fashion model. Her single ’90s Love’, released in 2016 from her EP, ‘Lé Funk’, saw that she was a formidable singer of state of the art R&B. Now she’s back, with her new track, ‘New Religion’.

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Matt Tarka – ‘Vision Hazy’

Based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, folk-rock artist Matt Tarka writes songs which are honest and authentic. His new single, ‘Vision Hazy’ sees him share the story of the loss of a close friend, and the pain that came with it.

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BUNNIES – ‘The Deep State of Strawberry Tart’

Bunnies are back! The experimental psych rock band from Northampton Massachusetts, who we wrote about in April with their track, ‘The Problem With Link Think’, have returned with the new single, ‘The Deep State Of Strawberry Tart’.

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Ben Bostick – ‘No Show Blues’

Californian country rocker Ben Bostick knows all too well what it’s like to want to throw it all in and head for the hills when you’re having a bad day. His new single, ‘No Show Blues’ however is what he considers the solution to this frustration, and to boot, it also comes with a great music video.

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