The Cranberries Share First Single From Final Album – ‘All Over Now’

30 years after forming in Limerick (initially as The Cranberry Saw Us), The Cranberries are set to release their 8th and final album, ‘In The End’. With Stephen Street once again taking producer duties, the eleven-track record brings a remarkable career to a fitting and powerful closure. Announcing the album, the band has shared the first single ‘All Over Now’ that blends rock, alternative and catchy almost pop-sounding melodies to deliver a classic Cranberries sound.

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Jaguar Dreams’ Eponymous Debut EP Is A Monumental Project Which Keeps You Listening

New York-based indie rock trio Jaguar Dreams released their eponymous debut EP last month.

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Jaguar Dreams Are Made Of Electronica And The 80s With Debut Single ‘Just Life’

From Brooklyn New York comes Jaguar Dreams, an indie-rock band who make music you can dance to. Their debut original single, ‘Just Life’, was released on 22 August and comes with a lyric video made by the band themselves.

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Sinplus Show ‘Dreams’ Can Come True With New Single

Sinplus comprise brothers Ivan and Gabriel Broggini, and if you’re like me, you’ll remember them from the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012, where they represented their native Switzerland in the first semi final with the song, ‘Unbreakable’. But even if you’re not like me, you’ll nonetheless be impressed to know that Sinplus won an MTV Award as best Swiss Act, as well as a nomination for Best European Act. Sinplus’ latest single, ‘Dreams’, was released in April, and its radio friendly sound, with delightfully close sibling harmonies, should well see it played on radio stations across the UK and US.

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Six Quick Questions With Reggie n’ Bollie

Following on from our review of Reggie n’ Bollie’s debut album, ‘Uncommon Favours’, we’ve hit the guys up with Six Quick Questions.

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Reggie n’ Bollie – ‘Uncommon Favours’

Back in their native Ghana Reginald Ainooson and Ishmael Hamid, now known as Reggie n’ Bollie, achieved popularity performing as solo artists. They moved to the UK and tried to break into the very difficult music industry but had no luck until they joined forces as ‘Menn On Point’, and auditioned for X Factor, in 2015. They wowed the judges and audiences, and after finishing in second place, were signed to Simon Cowell’s label, Syco Music, through which they released their debut single, ‘New Girl’, followed by ‘Link Up’. The partnership with Syco ended in February this year, but the duo weren’t about to let this setback destroy them, and they set up their own label, F.R.O.D Music, and have gone on to release the singles, ‘All The Way Up’, and ‘This Is The Life’. The former appears on their debut album, ‘Uncommon Favours’, which was released yesterday.

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REGGIE N’ BOLLIE Release Debut Album ‘Uncommon Favours’ Today

Afrobeat/Dancehall and Pop kings– REGGIE ‘N’ BOLLIE – release their debut album ‘Uncommon Favours’ via their independent label F.R.O.D Music today.

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theSHIFT – ‘Consecrate’ and ‘Dreams’

Trio, theSHIFT all attended Berklee College of Music, in Boston, but now they call New York City their home. Their debut album, ‘7th Direction’, was released in 2015, and the tracks ‘Consecrate’ and ‘Dreams’, from the album, show the ability of these talented musicians to combine their influences, which range from Led Zeppelin and Van Halen, to The Police, Ryan Adams, and John Coltrane.

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Two Cartoons

New Zealand born duo Two Cartoons are on the verge of releasing their first full album later this year. Using the timeless carrot on a stick method, ‘Dreams’ has been brought out to tempt us.

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The Corrs: Talk on Corners

The Corrs released their second album, “Talk on Corners” in Ireland in late 1997, following it up with a US release in April 1998.

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