Michael Ghould – ‘Girls & Boys’ 

Cleveland’s Michael Ghould takes the Blur classic, ‘Girls & Boys’ and ramps it up to 11 with a party sound like no other, along with a largely green-screen enabled music video, filled with bright colours and neon lights. The track comes as the first single from his ‘Private Disco’ EP, which is set to see the year out with its release on December 31.

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Scott Lavene Goes Up The Junction With Autobiographical Style Album ‘Broke’

Scott Lavene’s new album, ‘Broke’ borrows from the rich tradition of semi-spoken songs and is out this Friday June 7 through Funnel Records.

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UNDERCLASS WARRIORS – West Riding Redskins Salient Braves Scalp Brexit Britain On Acerbic Debut LP

Anyone familiar with the work of Matt Bailey‘s Salient Braves will know what to expect from this their debut crowdfunded LP. Bailey’s sardonic, often…

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Tremble “Want Me To Want Me”

Tremble began with the chance encounter between Kelly Sweet and songwriter/producer/musicians Haywire and Ajax, known for their work with Miley Cyrus and Duran Duran respectively, in the backyard of Eric Vetro, himself the famed vocal guru to Pink, and Muse’s Matt Bellamy.

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Welsh Alt Rock Trio Crystal Balloon Set To Release New Single ‘The Wheel’

Alternative rock band, Crystal Balloon, from Chepstow in South Wales, have announced their latest single, ‘The Wheel’. It’s from their forthcoming debut release EP, ‘Hurricane’, which is due out later this year.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Siobhán Shiels

Siobhán Shiels from Great White Lies gives us her Essential Weekly Playlist.

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SWEDE IN A BRITFLICK – Frida Sundemo on her role in new visceral black comedy Kill Your Friends

Frida Sundemo may not be a household name yet, but that could be about the change with the release this week of a coal-black comedy…

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DID BRITPOP CHANGE THE WORLD? DEFINITELY MAYBE

It’s hard to believe that two decades have passed since Blur were battling Oasis for the No1 spot as Britpop ruled the airwaves.

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