Jane N’ The Jungle – ‘Little Blue’

Phoenix alt rock band Jane N’ The Jungle have been hoeing their own row since they burst onto the scene back in 2013.

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Dan Says – Week Seven

Music is such a universal language that brings people all of different races, ages and backgrounds together…it’s amazing that you can be in a venue of 40,000 people or 2,000 people and everyone has their own story of why they’re there.

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No Alarms Talk About Bigger And Better Things And New Single, ‘Marble Bars’

Speaking to Malvika Padin, alt-pop collective No Alarms discuss the most memorable moments in their career, the message behind latest single ‘Marble Bars’ and what song titles best describe their lives.

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Pedro The Lion – ‘Quietest Friend’

With a sound that’s something like a cross between Oasis and Chris Stapleton, Pedro The Lion’s latest single, ‘Quietest Friend’ is a big guitar led track with a music video that’s a natural follow-on from that of their previous single, ‘Yellow Bike’.

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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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Jane N’ The Jungle – ‘One Time’

Jane N’ The Jungle are certainly making a name for themselves with their unique blend of 90s style alt and modern rock. The Phoenix Arizona trio, who formed back in 2013, have already graced the pages of Essentially Pop several times in 2017 alone, most notably with their singles, ‘Killed Someone’, and ‘Faded Stars’. Now they’ve released their final instalment for the year, ‘One Time’; a pared down ballad which gives the listener a deeply personal look at the band.

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Robots With Rayguns – ‘Slow Jams’ Relive The 80s

Robots With Rayguns are set to release their new album, ‘Slow Jams’, tomorrow September 15. The 15 track album brings back the 80s with its retro electronic stylings, and is available to preorder now as a digital download, cassette tape, CD, or on limited edition double LP vinyl.

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Jane N’ The Jungle – ‘Faded Stars’

Although bandmates Jordan White and Brian Dellis grew up together, the pair have diversely different musical backgrounds. White performed in choirs before gaining her degree in Musical Theatre, and learning to write and perform original songs at coffeehouses in Hollywood. Conversely, Dellis’s guitar riffs come from his membership of local punk rock bands. 

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Alternative Prog Rock Band Janus Join Forces with Paul Phoenix To Release Brand New Album ‘Phoenix’ Under Their Own Label ‘JanusUK’

Janus, formed back in 1971, are a prog rock, classical, and early punk band. They’ve recently released their brand new album, ‘Phoenix’, under their label, ‘JanusUK’.

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AJJ “Goodbye, Oh Goodbye”

AJJ release ‘Goodbye, Oh Goodbye’, the first single from their new album, ‘The Bible 2’.

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