King Ropes Shine A Light On The Current World Situation With Cover Of Classic Ray Charles Song, ‘The Danger Zone’

Back in July last year we brought King Ropes to the attention of EP readers. The group, who describe themselves as a “psychedelic, hard country garage roots rock band” (what a mouthful!) will be releasing their latest album, ‘Go Back Where They Came From’, on May 22. The album comprises 12 songs, all tracks by legendary artists, some well known, others less so. The first single from the record is the Ray Charles track, ‘The Danger Zone’ – a timely song if ever there was one.

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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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Janet Devlin Announces 115th Ticketed Online Concert On Stageit

As is evident by the number of concerts Janet has already performed on the online concert platform StageIt, she is ahead of the curve with the oncoming trend of artists performing concerts online. For a number of years Janet has been treating her most supportive fans, often referred to as the ‘Do-Crew’, to live performances from her studio, with two streams on each designated day enabling fans in Europe and America to catch concerts convenient to their time zones.

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Alice Jemima Drops New Music Video For ‘Serious’.

Singer Alice Jemima has just dropped her brand-new music video for ‘Serious’ – her most recent single from her album ‘Everything Changes’.

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SURFACES RELEASE NEW ALBUM ‘HORIZONS’

Texas based duo Surfaces have just dropped their brand new album ‘Horizons’, now available to stream on all streaming platforms.

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The Fizz Set to Release Their Brand New Album ‘Smoke and Mirrors’ on March 6th!

The Fizz – previously known as Bucks Fizz – released their brand new single at the end of January, ready for the release of their new album ‘Smoke and Mirrors’, out on the 6th March!

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M.I.L.K RELEASES VIDEO FOR ‘NEED A WITNESS’

The multi-talented singer-songwriter Emil Wilk – also commonly known as M.I.L.K – releases his incredibly beautiful music video to match his equally beautiful song ‘Need A Witness’.

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Prog Legends Nektar Return With Stunning New Studio Album ‘The Other Side’

Legendary band Nektar have made the huge announcement of their brand new stunning album, ‘The Other Side’. It is now available for pre-order here.

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AURORA And IDINA MENZEL To Perform At Oscars Plus New Video!

Norwegian pop-star AURORA and Idina Menzel’s song, ‘Into The Unknown’ from Disney’s Frozen 2 has been nominated for an Academy Award for ‘Best Original Song’ at the 2020 Oscars.

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Songwriter Sarita Lozano Releases Debut Album, ‘Lucid’

Spanish/English artist, living in South London, Sarita Lozano draws her influences from the likes of Travis Scott and Jhené Aiko. Her debut album ‘Lucid’ is the result of developing her sound over the past four years, honing her talents by releasing regular covers on SoundCloud.

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Flawes Tells All About Their Upcoming Debut Album ‘Highlights’

The indie-pop trio Flawes have announced the date of their highly anticipated debut album ‘Highlights’. The 12-track album will be available to stream from the 31st January across all major streaming platforms.

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Janet Devlin Mourns The Loss Of ‘Honest Men’ With New Single

Sobering anti-ballad ‘Honest Men’ is the third single from Janet Devlin’s upcoming concept album, ‘Confessional’, set for release in May, and has been self-penned by the 25-year-old Irish singer-songwriter. If ever a song was to speak so timely of its age then Janet Devlin’s ‘Honest Men’ is the shattered black mirror reflection these dark days deserve. As bleak as it is bewitching, and as stark as it is sorrowful, ‘Honest Men’ is the evidence that Janet has already lived more lifetimes than most.

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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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Dennis J. Leise – ‘Nobody’s Comin’

Dennis J. Leise had spent the bulk of his music career playing in the clubs of Chicago, but got tired of having to pay through the nose for the privilege of performing, despite pulling in large enough crowds. He decided enough was enough and upped sticks and moved 25 miles away – to Gary, Indiana, famous for being the hometown of the Jackson Family.

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Soda Blonde Held Us In The Palms Of Their Not At All Terrible Hands At Whelan’s Dublin 16 December

It was a concert that wasn’t meant to happen but due to popular demand and a sold out Sunday night show, I was privileged to see Soda Blonde in action at Whelan’s in Dublin on Monday night, supported by The Junior Show, with their “last show of the decade”.

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Telemonster – ‘For Someone Not So Old’

Telemonster has been around since 2010, created by cousins Ben VanderHart, on guitar and vocals, and Josh Barrett, on drums. They were then joined by bassist John-Michael Forman and pianist Dave Hess. The Chattanooga band released their album, ‘Introspecter, Pt. 1’, in January, and the latest single from the band, ‘For Someone Not So Old’, is out now.

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