Pilot Touhill – ‘Fever’

Born in White Plains, New York. but now living in Southern California, Pilot Touhill is on a mission to spread the good vibes. A singer/songwriter and animal rights activist, he volunteers at local animal shelters and rescues, as well as with his favourite non-profit organisation, Mercy For Animals, which focuses on protecting farm animals. 100% of the CD sales from his newest album, ‘Quiet Now’ will go to the charity. His latest track, ‘Fever’, is a catchy pop song with a hint of reggae, that’s guaranteed to hook his listeners in.

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Dirty Heads – ‘Celebrate’ Ft. The Unlikely Candidates

Dirty Heads, from Huntingdon Beach in California, are an Alternative/Hip Hop/Reggae collective that were formed in 1996 by Jared Watson and Dustin “Duddy B” Bushnell. Their latst single, ‘Celebrate’ features The Unlikely Candidates, from Fort Worth, Texas. The track is paired with a video directed by Wayne Isham, which combines old family photos and videos, shots of the band performing, as well as concert footage.

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Calamity the Kid – ‘American Muscle’

Los Angeles trio Calamity The Kid seamlessly blend 90s garage rock with modern indie, on their intoxicating new single, ‘American Muscle’.

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Temecula Road Release New Music, Help Launch C2C 2018 And Answer A Few Questions For EP

Temecula Road are starting to make a big splash in Country Music. The band is made up of sisters Emma & Maddie Salute and longtime friend Dawson Anderson and their beautiful harmonies, youthful energy and Country vibe even has Carrie Underwood hailing them as “one to watch”. They were at C2C 2017 in March of this year and have exciting times ahead of them.

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Jack Shields – ‘Leaving California’

Singer songwriter, musician and producer Jack Shields comes from Connecticut, and describes his sound as “blending and bending the genres of rock, hip hop, and folk.” The video for his single, ‘Leaving California’, gives the listener a closer view into his narrative, and tells the story of who Jack Shields really is.

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Austin David – ‘Find Me A New Way’

With its nearly 300 annual days of sunshine, Southern California has long been luring artists from across the USA and around the world, attracted by its promises of adventure, community, and creative inspiration. Austin David, originally from Michigan, is another of these, and his single, ‘Find Me A New Way’, is SoCal party music at its best, and should certainly establish him as a performer to watch.

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Rod Stewart Collaborates With DNCE For Re-Imagining Of Classic ‘Da Ya Think I’m Sexy’

Sir Rod Stewart kicks off his new partnership with Republic Records, by joining forces with DNCE for a re-imagined version of one of the most iconic dance tracks of all time, Stewart’s ‘Da Ya Think I’m Sexy’. ‘Sexy’ is out tomorrow, August 25, ready to take on a new generation of music lovers.

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Foo Fighters ‘The Sky Is A Neighborhood’ Follows ‘Run’ Ahead Of Ninth Album ‘Concrete And Gold’

Foo Fighters have delivered a second consecutive contender for rock anthem of 2017 in the form of ‘The Sky Is A Neighborhood’, which follows their sensational June single ‘Run’.

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Eli Baybon – ’30 Cents’

Eli Raybon grew up in Mississippi, Louisiana, and North Carolina, feeling at odds with society. Eli refused to accept the life chosen by his friends, of college, job, settling down and raising a family, and instead threw himself into his music, devouring and being inspired by artists such as Phoenix, The Killers, and The Smiths.

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Six Quick Questions For Kylie Hughes

Originally from Malibu but now based in LA, singer songwriter Kylie Hughes first got into the music scene back in 2014, and finds her inspiration in the laid back lifestyle of California. Check out her single, ‘Never Ever’, a pure and orchestral track with a sixties edge to it.

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It’s All Over Now For Chandani And ‘Baby Blues’

LA singer songwriter Chandani follows up her singles ‘Addiction’ and ‘Forgive You’ with ‘Baby Blues’, a song in which she opens up about her own trials and tribulations.

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‘In This World’ – Trevor Wesley ft Raven Felix

Trevor Wesley has released his latest track, ‘In This World’, featuring emcee Raven Felix.

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Charity Ekeke’s ‘She’ Is A Timely And Potent Message For All Women

When she was growing up in Nigeria, Charity Ekeke saved up all her money to buy a Record Song Book, once every six months. With these she learned songs from The Beatles, Nat King Cole, Cliff Richard, and so on.

Since that time she’s moved to the California, and has poured all the knowledge she gained from learning these songs into her music, and has now released her debut album, ‘She’.

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Iggy Azalea And Rita Ora Producer ‘Stix’ Releases Two New Singles

Brandon ‘Stix’ Salaam-Bailey has been making a name for himself as a producer and writer for other big name acts such as Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora. Now he’s released two of his own tracks, ‘Gettin2da’ and ‘Sorry Peta’.

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Instrumental Surf Rock Artist Matt Hurray Releases Second Solo Project ‘Unnecessary Commentary’

It’s taken nearly three years, but Matt Hurray has finally released his 18 track album, ‘Unnecessary Commentary’ – his second surf rock album after his 2012 album, ‘Egyptian Surfer’.

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Dylan Bernard’s New Single ‘Flames’ Rekindles Our Love For Piano-Driven Music

Bitten by the music bug at an early age when his mother put him in the church choir at the age of four, Dylan Bernard discovered his musical talent, which sadly went dormant when a few years later, his mother died after losing her battle with Type 2 Diabetes. As Dylan grew older however, his love for music was rekindled, and his new single, ‘Flames’, showcases his songwriting skills in a stripped down, back to basics, piano driven track.

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