Friction Teams Up With JP Cooper For New DnB Anthem, ‘Dancing’

Multi-award winning drum & bass producer, Friction, has unveiled his brand-new production, the dynamic single, ‘Dancing’ taken from his upcoming new ‘Connections’ album, released on 7th September.

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Emma Blackery Releases New Single ‘Icarus’

Rising pop star Emma Blackery has today released her brand new single ‘Icarus’, taken from her forthcoming debut album ‘Villains’ out August 31st through her own RWG Records.

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TRIGGER HAPPY – Sex Pistol Glen Matlock On Enjoying Life As A Solo Performer, As He Releases New Album ‘Good To Go’

Sex Pistols – you go years without encountering one – and then three come along at once. No sooner had EP’s Matt Catchpole finished recounting the exploits […]

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Bhat Junaid – ‘Kid in Love’

Bhat Juanid is a singer songwriter born in a village called Karapora, in Kashmir. Now in his early 20s, the artist whose friends call him Juni, has moved into pop music, as well as making his own beats. ‘Kid In Love’ is from the intriguingly dual-titled ‘Falcon/Kid In Love’, released this year.

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One Possible Option – ‘No King’

Out now, ‘No King’ by One Possible Option, from Rijeka in Croatia, is a hard rocking track which will have you wanting to hit repeat as soon as its nearly 4 minutes are finished.

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WAITING TO EXHALE – Kristin Hersh Showcases New Track ‘Breathe In’ Ahead of Meltdown Appearance And UK Dates

Kristin Hersh plays a sold out show at London’s Meltdown on Thursday (June 21) – the latest leg of a UK tour to promote her new solo […]

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Danu5ik – ‘Far’

Danu5ik is an up and coming DJ and producer. A gifted musician, writer, and performer as well, his music embodies dynamic beats with the addition of hypnotic vocals. Danu5ik’s track, ‘Far’, is the latest release from his album ‘Synthonization’.

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Nothing More – ‘Just Say When’

What does punk mean these days? Surely the very nature of the genre means it’s unrestricted by any one interpretation. Nothing More, from San Antonio, Texas, certaily challenge the classification of the term – they could be described as any or all of rock, progressive, alternative – their music is clearly pop-punk influenced, while they lean towards rock one way and alternative in the other. Surely that’s got to make them punk?

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Mike Shinoda’s ‘Post Traumatic’ Is A Sad Album Yet Serves As A Catharsis For Linkin Park Fans As Much As For Him

‘Post Traumatic’ by Mike Shinoda, is a sad album. There’s no getting past it. Written in the shadow of the suicide of his friend and Linkin Park bandmate, Chester Bennington, Shinoda uses the deeply personal album as a catharsis to work through his feelings. The 16 track full length album follows on from the EP of the same name, released in January this year.

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Jaicee Rentz – ‘Superzoomy Space Ships’

From San Clemente, California, teen singer songwriter Jaicee Rentz writes rustic tunes influenced by the dance pop of Carly Rae Jepsen and the acoustic sound of The Lumineers. Her debut release, ‘Colors’, started out as midnight downloads and were later fleshed out in the studios of Roshambo Sound, Orange County.

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Ben Bostick – ‘No Show Blues’

Californian country rocker Ben Bostick knows all too well what it’s like to want to throw it all in and head for the hills when you’re having a bad day. His new single, ‘No Show Blues’ however is what he considers the solution to this frustration, and to boot, it also comes with a great music video.

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THE CORONAS CAPTURE “BEST IRISH POP/ROCK ACT” AT INAUGURAL IRISH POST MUSIC AWARDS

The multi-platinum-selling coronas will roll out new music ahead of upcoming North American shows, with first tour date Lollapalooza Festival debut on August 5.

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CHRIS LIEBING ANNOUNCES ‘BURN SLOW’ WITH GARY NUMAN COLLABORATION

Chris Liebing has announced details of his first album release for Mute, Burn Slow, out on 7 September 2018 and shared ‘Polished Chrome (The Friend Pt. 1)’ featuring vocals from Gary Numan.

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Michael Philip Reed – ‘Medium Fidelity 2015-2017’

Michael Philip Reed is a man of many talents. He earned the nickname “The One Man Band” from his work with steampunk musical project Steam Powered Giraffe, for which he has been recording engineer, musical arranger, songwriter, backing/lead vocalist – not to mention playing a plethora of different instruments! Here, though, he shows the expanse of his capability solely as a one man band, fulfilling all roles in the making of the album himself. The result does not disappoint.

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Christopher Shayne – ‘Burn Me Down’

Arizona artist Christopher Shayne refused to stay in his lane when he decided to start out on his musical journey. This rebellious nature comes through in his most recent single, ‘Burn Me Down’.

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GETTING METAPHYSICAL – Shriekback’s Barry Andrews Talks Philosophy, XTC And New Album ‘Why Anything? Why This?’

Something of an alternative supergroup, Shriekback came into being – at least as Barry Andrews tells it – after he was doggedly pursued by bassist Dave Allen. […]

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