Juliana Hale – ‘Cupid’

Released in time for St Valentine’s Day, Juliana Hale’s new single, ‘Cupid’, is her first new track since her EP last year, ‘Small Talk’. California native Hale is now based in Nashville, and her sound is unquestionably pop but with an old-fashioned honesty and clarity.

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ash.ØK – ‘Holding Sand’

We’ve covered releases by Pennsylvanian producer ash.ØK in the past, and we love the sound he gives to his productions, no matter with whom he’s collaborated.

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Sweet Sweet – ‘Roam’

South Carolina natives Sweet Sweet are duo Jeremy Dunham and Kerrine Gifford, whose feel good single ‘Roam’ is their latest release.

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Mystery Loves Company Ponder The Question ‘If Heaven’

Carlos A Machado and Madeline Herdeman met back in 2012 in Houston Texas at an open mic session, where Carlos was testing out new material, and Maddy was performing with a friend – “as a lark”. Carlos was instantly taken by her incredible cello skills, and approached her with the aim to collaborate on original music. Soon they bonded over their deeply felt ideas about human struggle, safety, worth, and equality – and chamber rock duo Mystery Loves Company was born.

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Making Music With Addie

A French pianist singer/songwriter who is extremely skilled at creating beautifully enchanting melodies, Addie’s music is “Inspired by the moon & its halo”.

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Passport To Stockholm – ‘All At Once’

London quartet Passport To Stockholm have unveiled ‘‘All At Once’’, the lead track from their forthcoming EP of the same name, which will be released on INgrooves, August 28th 2015.

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Introducing: Runabay

Out of Belfast comes six-piece indie folk band, Runabay. Formed in early 2014 the group has already earned a reputation as one of Northern Ireland’s most up and coming bands.

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Videos: Roger O’Donnell and Julia Kent – Videos from ‘Tristan and Isolde’ and ‘Orpheus and Eurydice’

Following on from our piece about Roger O’Donnell and Julia Kent a few weeks back, and also our more recent piece about the Post Romantic Empire Album, come the following videos for Roger and Julia’s pieces, ‘Marke’ and ‘Tristan’ (both from ‘Tristan and Isolde’), and ‘Il Regno Dei Morti’ and ‘La Ninfa’, from ‘Orpheus and Eurydice’.

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Roger O’Donnell and Julia Kent – ‘Love And Other Tragedies’

If you recognise the name Roger O’Donnell, it’s probably because he was formally a keyboard player with the alternative rock band The Cure. It may come as some surprise then to learn that he has spent most of the last five years composing for orchestral strings.

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