Jim Clements’ Releases New Track ‘The Comet I Was Waiting For’ From Fourth Album ‘A Failure’

Jim Clements’ voice sounds to us like a cross between Donovan and Marc Bolan, with their lyrical abilities crossed with Bob Dylan, Nick Cave, and Leonard Cohen. In the ultimate sense of the word, Clements is a songwriter’s songwriter – we’re not listening for his voice, which is still quite appealing – but we’re hanging onto his every word as it drops from his lips.

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The Camino Side Project ‘of music & movement’ Is An Introspective Road Trip

of movement & music’, from The Camino Side Project, is set for release on November 16. You can pre-order it on Bandcamp.

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Scott Gray – ‘Raincoats’

Scott Gray makes his home in Nashville Tennessee, but his jazz-pop songs emphasise narrative and echo New York voices, including the likes of Leonard Cohen, Laura Nyro, Billy Joel, and Norah Jones. He also draws from the older New York too, such as musical theatre, film soundtracks, and the smokey after-hours sound of the speakeasy.

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Leonard Cohen – Unseen Footage and Sound Recordings From Legendary 1972 Tour Rediscovered!

Legendary Film Director Tony Palmer was in his archive looking for something completely different when he discovered a box of archive film and sound recordings from Leonard Cohen’s famous 1972 tour, which formed the basis of the highly critically acclaimed, multi-prize winning and best-selling DVD ‘Bird On A Wire’.

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Pete Gardiner – ‘Who Do You Belong To’

Pete Gardiner is a rarity, a true songsmith, a poet who sets his stories to music. Pete writes about doomed, alcohol fuelled love affairs, our celebrity obsessed culture, vanity, greed, violence and lust with a style and passion inspired by his songwriting heroes Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Bruce Springsteen.

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Nadia Kazmi – ‘Like A Cat’

Nadia Kazmi’s music has been described as pulsing and melodic, with her lyrics based on personal experience; like letters from a friend they’re reassuring, insightful, and easy to cherish. Her latest single, ‘Like A Cat’ is both autobiographical and metaphorical and encourage the listener to contemplate, while revisiting again in their head.

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Nigel Philip Davies – ‘How Wrong A Man Can Be’

‘How Wrong A Man Can Be’, from classically trained pianist Nigel Philip Davies, was released on 20 November. After years of playing jazz and prog rock, Davies makes a return to acoustic/folk, which he believes is the best genre for him to share his lyrics.

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Singer-Songwriting Duo David Will Mitchell and Cole Toury Release Album ‘The Beaten Track’

UK singer songwriters David Will Mitchell and Cole Toury have announced the release of their new album, ‘The Beaten Track’. Containing 13 songs of intimate and laid-back bluesey rock, the album is available now to download and stream.

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A THOUSAND KISSES DEEP – Savages Captivate A Besotted O2 Academy In Black Friday Show

What better antidote to the rapacious commercialism of Black Friday than a night out in Brixton with Savages?

The O2 Academy show was the band’s biggest UK headlining performance to date and the packed house signalled that this was a band ready for the big leagues.

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Electra Day – ‘Quiet Hours’

Drawing comparisons with the likes of Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, and Leonard Cohen, ‘Quiet Hours’ is the solo project of Julie Hampton, performing under the name of Electra Day.

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Pete Gardiner – New Single, ‘Pretty Smiles’

Born in Newtownards in Northern Ireland, Peter Gardiner is slowly carving quite a following amongst those who love well crafted songs which tell the stories of everyday life with all its passions and pitfalls. Whether they are related to something in the news, personal circumstances, romances or general relationships, Pete is keen to put them in his songs and, in much the same way as his idols Leonard Cohen or Bob Dylan, everyday life becomes something enthralling.

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