The ‘Arrival’ of a new band to invade your playlists… aliensdontringdoorbells have landed!

A new band is here to invade your playlists and record players – aliensdontringdoorbells. Consisting of Dorian Foyil (Guitar, Sax and Lead Vocals), Adam King (Lead and Backing Vocals) and Christian Pearl (Keyboards and Backing Vocals) this band have released their debut album ‘Arrival’.

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Track By Track Review of The Vamps’ Incredible New Album, ‘Cherry Blossom’

The Vamps blessed the music scene all the way back in 2012 after meeting online and posting covers on YouTube. From that small garage band, they have grown into one of the biggest bands in the UK. After six headline tours, becoming the first band to perform at London’s O2 Arena five years in a row, a number one album, and performing to hundreds of thousands of adoring fans worldwide, Brad, James, Connor, and Tristan return with their fifth studio album titled “Cherry Blossom.”

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Nik Kershaw’s New Album Is Not So Much An ‘Oxymoron’ As The Title Suggests

Considering Nik Kershaw wrote the tracks on ‘Oxymoron’ before Covid-19 irrevocably altered 2020, there’s a great many songs which work very well in describing this year. But that says a lot about Kershaw doesn’t it; there’s a reason Elton John described him as the best songwriter of his generation. He is the consummate songwriter, his songs stand the test of time.

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Nathaniel Bellows – ‘In The Wool’

Self-released on October 2, Nathaniel Bellows’ third album is aptly entitled, ‘Three’. The eight songs have also taken him three years to write, and started when his father’s health started to decline and then rapidly go into freefall. Bellows senior died in March last year, and although Nathaniel continued to keep writing after his father’s death, you quickly begin to see why the number means a lot to him.

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Senior Releases Latest Album ‘I Feel Better Alone’

Out today, 15 October, I Feel Better Alone’ is the new album from singer-songwriter Senior. Written from a place of anxiety, the record is both emotive and inspiring, and includes 16 tracks with a new age, chill wave vibe.

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Bringing Bossanova Back Into The Mainstream Is Zoe Scott, With Her New Album, ‘Shades Of Love’

An exploration in arrangement and traditional techniques, ‘Shades of Love’ sees Zoe Scott reimagining some of her most beloved childhood songs and giving them a new, Brazillian twist.

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Erasure’s New Album ‘The Neon’ Takes Us To Wherever We Want To Be

Out today via Mute Records, Erasure’s album, ‘The Neon’, could be just as easily be a trip back in time, as much as it’s a contemporary album. It’s all about how you view it. Those of a certain age might be transported to the days of neon fingerless gloves, teased up hair like birds’ nests, and stirrup pants and Doc Martens (brogues or boots – your choice), paired with oversized painter shirts. But then again, it’s very much a contemporary album, touching on very modern themes. A lot of the issues of the 80s are revisited – albeit in slightly different form – today, and albums like ‘The Neon’ are what we needed then, and now, to take our minds off those things.

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NEEDTOBREATHE: ‘OUT OF BODY’ ALBUM REVIEW

Grammy nominated country rock band, ‘NEEDTOBREATHE’ is set to release their new album, ‘Out of Body’.

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Rachael Sage Drops Defiant And Vulnerable Album, ‘Character’

Opener ‘Blue Sky Days’ features a marching band drum beat combined with rich strings and purposeful piano from Sage, on a track which seems to have an overall message of defiance. Her vulnerability is on show for all to see on ‘Bravery’s On Fire’ which documents her personal journey whilst she battled with Uterine cancer. The lyrics are relatable to people who have gone through similar hardships and may be a real comfort for some people.

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Voice Of A Rebel: Jedward’s Fourth Album Still Stands Out One Year Since Release

Jedward’s fourth album, ‘Voice Of A Rebel’ was released one year ago today, 27 June 2019. Their first with their new label Universal Music Singapore, the release comprises 22 tracks, all written and produced by John and Edward themselves.

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Larkin Poe Release New Album ‘Self Made Man’

The sister-duo Larkin Poe has recently dropped their brand-new album ‘Self Made Man’.

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Kodaline Return With New Album ‘One Day At A Time’

Set for release tomorrow, June 12, Irish band Kodaline return with new album, ‘One Day At A Time’, the follow up to 2018’s ‘The Politics Of Living’, and is out via AWAL.

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Riva Taylor’s Album ‘This Woman’s Heart’ Set To Complete Soon

Riva Taylor’s upcoming album, ‘This Woman’s Heart’, is very much the music of an artist that has grown from that successful girl to a woman with something new to say, there is personal retrospection for sure, even jealousy, but there is no regret.

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Jean-Paul Makes his Mark In Pop Music With Self Titled Debut Album

Originally from New York but now based in Atlanta, Jean-Paul is a musical artist who takes his inspiration from the likes of Britney Spears, Madonna, and Sevdaliza. His self-titled album follows on from his debut EP, ‘Reflections’, and is available now to stream and download.

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Richard Marx Is ‘Limitless’ With New Album Out On BMG

Richard Marx has released total of 12 studio albums, with his most recent, ‘Limitless’, his debut with BMG. The eleven track album is Marx’s first since 2014’s ‘Beautiful Goodbye’, and it stands up with the best of anything else released this year. Marx’s music still falls into the “adult contemporary” genre, but what does that even mean these days? His sound is rocky, radio ready, and limitlessly re-playable.

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Vivid Neo Jazz Pop Album ‘Expectations’ From LA Songstress Olivia Henry

Olivia Henry, from Los Angeles, has known all her life that she’s wanted to sing, and she shared that passion with the world. with her debut EP, ‘Sessions’, released in 2014. The recrord demonstrated Olivia’s gift for taking a retro-jazz sound and recrafting it into an alterna-pop format, and set her on a seemingly rocketlike trajectory to the stars. Sadly this was not to be, because following the release of ‘Sessions’, Olivia was forced to put her career on hold, as she was diagnosed with a variety of joint-related auto-immune conditions.

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Kesha Takes The ‘High Road’ With New Album And Continues On Grrrl Power Journey Started In ‘Rainbow’

Kesha returns today with ‘High Road’, her latest studio album and the follow up to her 2017 smash, ‘Rainbow’.

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Dear Happy: Gabrielle Aplin Writes A Letter To Her Emotions In New Album

‘Dear Happy’, out today on through AWAL and Never Fade Records, is the latest album from Gabrielle Aplin. A look at her life compiled while touring and travelling all over the world the past few years, it’s an uplifting and empowering album of 14 tracks, exploring her state of mind during this time.

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Eli Seeney Announces It’s A ‘New Day’ With Debut Album

New Jersey Hip-Hop artist Eli Seeney has officially announced his return to the fray, bringing a signature sound to fans with the release of his long-awaited debut, entitled New Day: The Album. The full-length project is a follow-up to 2016’s ‘New Day EP’, and was released on December 26th, 2019.

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We Review ‘Hit The Ground’, The New Album From Laurence Archer’s Band, Grand Slam

Back in the post Thin Lizzy days, Laurence Archer wrote and performed with Phil Lynott. Sadly, Grand Slam was cut short in its prime, with Phil Lynott’s untimely death leaving a hole in the fabric of rock music to this day.

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