The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Tally Spear

Tally Spear is a folk/pop writer & singer, born and raised in London. Her latest single, ‘Just Don’t Know’, is out now and is available on all platforms.

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Percival Elliott – ‘Forever’

Indie-rock duo Percival Elliott are from the south coast of England, and comprise Olly Hite and Samuel Carter-Brazier. The pair have recently released ‘Forever’, the first single from their forthcoming album, ‘Save Your Soul’.

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Shane Palko – ‘Don’t Fall In Love While Time Traveling’

We recently reviewed Shane Palko’s track, ‘Staring Out The Window’, and spoke of his talent and unusual upbringing. The 28 year old, who has performed his music in over 20 countries and adds more to that list every year, has released another track, ‘Don’t Fall In Love While Time Traveling’.

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Essential Advent Calendar: Phil MC – ‘It’s Christmas’

With influences including Bruno Mars and Katy Perry, Phil MCs seasonal single, ‘It’s Christmas’ builds up the Christmas spirit and with its simplicty, connects those among us who are feeling festive.

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Shane Palko – ‘Staring Out The Window’

Originally from Pennsylvania, Shane Palko was first handed a guitar at the age of 6, and quickly joined two of his older brothers in search of telling a story through its strings and his voice. He’s had an unusual life – was brought up in a forest and spent much of the past decade touring the world – and so it’s no wonder the 28 year old indie folk/rock musician has such an incredible artistic vision. His song, ‘Staring Out The Window’, was born while visiting Uganda.

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Danté – ‘Take Over’

Taking his inspiration from the likes of James Bay and Catfish and the Bottlemen, Danté, a 19 year old singer songwriter from Melbourne, Australia, has released his single, ‘Take Over’, on November 10.

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John Tracy – ‘Silent Night’

A singer-songwriter who brings a refreshing calmness and perspective to his listener’s lives, John Tracy’s music is moving, unique, and decidedly human. Folky, yet rock-influenced, his mantra is “real music for real life” and his latest track and video, a rendition of the Christmas classic, ‘Silent Night’, will find a deep connection with his audience.

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Harp Samuels – ‘Fire’ And ‘Secrets’

Harp Samuels’ guitar and feather-light production are the perfect accompaniment to his fragile and passionate, yearning yet comforting voice, which is in turn exquisitely suited to both storytelling and whispered confessions. The Australian-born singer-songwriter has released ‘Fire’, and ‘Secrets’, the first two singles from his upcoming album, ‘Wanting’, and they are both stunning examples of his artistry.

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Brian Mackey – ‘Underwater’

Based in New York City, Brian Mackey’s latest single, ‘Underwater’, shows that he is an artist whose music is capable of touching the hearts of many different people across a wide spectrum.

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Listen to John From Jedward’s Gorgeous Cover Of Jesse McCartney’s Classic, ‘Beautiful Soul’

John Grimes from Jedward has tweeted another beautiful cover, this time it’s a gorgeous acoustic arrangement of Jesse McCartney’s 2004 classic, ‘Beautiful Soul’.

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Jim Allchin – ‘You Might Be Wrong’

Mathematician and technologist, award-winning computer scientist and philanthropist Jim Allchin shows that maths and music use the same parts of the brain. Having won awards for his work with computers, he’s also a brilliant blues guitarist, and during his time at Microsoft he helped design many of the systems users continue to depend on.

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Singer-Songwriter Roger Blackman Releases Newest Album ‘Trick Of The Light’

Talented singer, songwriter, guitarist, and session musician, Roger Blackman has recently released his latest album, ‘Trick Of The Light’. The ten track rock record is the follow-up to his previous releases, ‘Never Look Back’, in 2014, and ‘After The Storm’ from 2012.

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Brett Gleason – ‘Alive’ And ‘Expiration Date’

Three years ago Brett Gleason made his musical debut with an album featuring five distinct videos. Now he’s back with his new album, ‘Manifest’, which with its themes common to all humanity, love, loss, death, and time, should certainly appeal to most people.

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Arcade Fire’s ‘Everything Now’ Is Neither Everything Nor Now But It Is Still Excellent

There’s a lot of Bowie in Arcade Fire’s new album, ‘Everything Now’.

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Jedward Record Acoustic Cover Of ‘Numb’ Dedicated To Chester Bennington

The recent death of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington has shocked the band’s fans and the music world alike, and Jedward have been no less affected, the Dublin twins having long loved the music of the California rock band.

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Essential Covers: Desmond John – ‘Treat You Better’ (Shawn Mendes Cover)

Desmond John’s latest cover, a version of “Treat You Better” by Shawn Mendes, has dropped internationally.

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