The Beatles Announce New Limited Edition Collection Of Remastered Seven-Inch Vinyl Singles – ‘The Beatles: The Singles Collection’

Following the huge success of the re-release of ‘Abbey Road’, The Beatles have announced that their 46 singles will be released on 23 180-gram seven inch vinyl singles. ‘The Beatles: The Singles Collection’ is out on November 22nd through Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe.

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Heron – ‘Splashdown’

On first listening to ‘Splashdown’ by Heron, I’m reminded of Joe Satriani’s track, ‘Always With Me, Always With You’, from his breakthrough 1987 album, ‘Surfing With The Alien’. There’s also elements that suggest Mark Knopfler’s ‘Going Home’, from the film ‘Local Hero’. There’s maybe even a hint of Tommy Emmanuel there. None of this is to suggest Heron’s piece is derivative, but rather, it’s an indication of the incredible quality of the track.

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Netflix Original Documentary Series OUR PLANET Narrated By Sir David Attenborough Goes Beyond The Screen With Multimedia Extensions

Netflix have announced several multimedia extensions to accompany the ground-breaking eight-part natural history series ‘Our Planet’, which launches globally on Netflix on April 5.

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KEYWEST RELEASE VIDEO FOR BRAND NEW SINGLE ‘SOMEBODY TO LOVE’

Keywest have released the brand new video for their new single ‘Somebody To Love’, which is out now. The single is the first to be released from their upcoming Marshall Records debut album ‘Ordinary Superhero’.

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Earthquake Lights – ‘Moonlight’

‘Moonlight’ is the latest release from Earthquake Lights, a delicate, hypnotic, and very appealing track built on a chord progression that teases resolution but never achieves it. It’s accompanied by a music video shot by prolific Korean-American artist, Minu Park, whose work has been recognised by the great Werner Herzog.

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Earthquake Lights – ‘Choke ’em Up’

Earthquake Lights, from New York City, put a different spin on modern rock, with their love of both heavy guitars and softer tones, and inspirations including the likes of Radiohead, Pink Floyd, Beck, and The Who. Their debut album, ‘Distress Signals’, is out early next year and was recorded first at Douglass Recording, Brooklyn, and then Abbey Road Studios, London.

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Earthquake Lights – ‘The Fix’

Hailing from Rochester, New York State, but now based in Brooklyn, New York City, Earthquake Lights take their band name from the nebulous lights which appear in the sky after an earthquake occurs. Their debut album, ‘Distress Signals’, was recorded at London’s famous Abbey Road Studios, and is set for release early next year. ‘The Fix’ previously released as a single, comes with an intimate band’s eye view video.

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