Classical Pianist Stephen Marquiss To Release EP ‘Joshua’s Fire’

Stunningly talented classical pianist, Stephen Marquiss is set to release his EP, ‘Joshua’s Fire’, on October 10.

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Bryan Deister Releases Album Of Brooding Reflection ‘Spines Of The Heart’

With influences as wide ranging as classical and jazz music, as well as Kurt Cobain, classically trained musician Bryan Deister’s album, ‘Spines Of The Heart’, is dark and emotionally penetrating.

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Essential Covers: Sophie Ray – ‘Lovin’ You’ (Minnie Riperton Cover)

This week’s Essential Cover is in honour of St Valentine! Alt Soul singer, Sophie Ray gives us her take on Minnie Riperton’s ‘Loving You’ (and YES she can hit those high notes!).

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Essential Advent Calendar: Katerina Mina and Linda Lamon – ‘Rainbow Of Light (Anthem)’

It’s the 22nd of December and we commemorate the Winter Solstice today with ‘Rainbow Of Light (Anthem)’, written by Linda Lamon and sung by Katerina Mina.

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Calico – Euphorism

Brighton based five piece, Calico, release their debut self titled EP on Small Pond Recordings October 19th 2015 featuring their creative blend of jazz, electronica, folk, rock, and classical with four powerfully melodic tracks available on CD, vinyl, and digital formats.

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Dorj – ‘FORGETMOVEONDONTCARE’

Growing up in Emek Hefer, a small coastal Israeli town, Dorj, real name Dor Turgeman, took his first musical inspiration from his natural environment.

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SHEL – ‘You Could Be My Baby’

‘You Could Be My Baby’, SHEL’s first release since signing to Dave Stewart’s DSE label, is a work of art.

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We Talk To SHEL

We introduced you to SHEL the other day – a band with a style that’s hard to put your finger on – part Americana, part Electro, and parts Rock and Pop. Definitely Indie.

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Introducing: SHEL

Four sisters, homeschooled by their mother while their dad worked as a musician, the Holbrook girls were raised in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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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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Anthony Strong – ‘On A Clear Day’

Anthony Strong is a hidden British treasure, who, despite achieving success abroad, seems to have slipped the net of the UK media.

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