Aqua Seca – ‘Don’t Care’

Aqua Seca translates as “dry water”, which seems to be a bit of an oxymoron, but it’s the perfect description for the seemingly impossible creative sounds made by California’s Trent Hankinson.

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Alt Jangle Pop From Death Party Playground With New Single ‘Love & Fidelity’

Based in Waterloo, Ontario, power pop artists Death Party Playground are set to release their new single, ‘Love & Fidelity’, the first track from their forthcoming album, ‘Little Joy’, which comes out on January 17.

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One Two Ten – ‘Heathers’

‘Heathers’, from Oklahoma City band One Two Ten, isn’t about a snobby clique of high school girls, but rather about a girl who’s living a bit too much of her best life. It’s an upbeat song – but there’s a sombre message.

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Sarah Sunday – ‘Mental Zoo’

You may not have heard of Sarah Sunday but pretty soon she’ll be a name you’ll never forget. Her latest single, ‘Mental Zoo’, has more than a touch of Avril Lavigne to it, and this should come as no surprise, as Sarah counts the Canadian songstress as among her influences, which also include such legends as Debbie Harry, and other iconic female vocalists.

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Josh Ramsay Speaks To EP About Marianas Trench, New Album ‘Phantoms’, And Touring

Canadian band Marianas Trench have been around for the best part of twenty years, forming in 2001, releasing five albums since then, and touring extensively, most often around Canada and the USA, but also in Australia, the UK and Europe. At London’s KOKO venue, during their UK tour in May 2017, lead singer Josh Ramsay said how he was humbled at how many people were at the show, especially considering they had never released an album in the UK. The venue was packed solid, made up of fans, the curious, and media. All left impressed and wanting more. This year, Marianas Trench *have* released an album in the UK, the magnificent ‘Phantoms’, written around the theme of being haunted by the memory of people in our past. Lisa had the chance to speak to Josh Ramsay, and asked him about the album, the songwriting process, and just when they were hoping to get back to the UK.

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Thousand Thoughts Eponymous Debut EP Out 29th March

Enfield-based quartet Thousand Thoughts make a bold and memorable statement with their eponymous debut EP set for release on 29th March.

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Water District – ‘TAKEOFFYOURCLOTHES’

Tice Griffin and Water District return with their latest single, ‘TAKEOFFYOURCLOTHES’, which comes with a brightly coloured music video.

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Kevin Tiah – ‘Who We Want To Be’

Kevin Tiah returns with his nu-metal track, ‘Who We Want To Be’. The Australian singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist returns to his post-hardcore roots, albeit with some pop-punk sensibilities in a song which he dedicates to his favourite childhood band, Linkin Park, and the late Chester Bennington.

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Kevin Tiah – ‘Bring Back 2005’

Earlier this year we featured Sydney artist, Kevin Tiah, and his track, ‘Fight For You’. Now he’s back, with the lyric video for his song, ‘Bring Back 2005’, a post-punk jam that does exactly what it says on the tin.

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Hello Casanova Release Single ‘I’ll Be Waiting’

Northern Ireland’s pop punk sensation Hello Casanova have recently debuted their latest single ‘I’ll Be Waiting’ available through online retail and most streaming platforms…

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High Tiny Hairs EP

High Tiny Hairs prepare to launch their debut self-titled EP, featuring six great songs of 60’s style pop garage rock meets 80’s quirky punk, to be released on Sir Gregory Records, August 24th 2015.

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Shark Tape – Marathon

Shark Tape is the newest sensation in the US, writing catchy indie rock songs that groove with relentless energy and enthrall the listener with their unique approach to each song.

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Morgan Delt & Flamin’ Groovies – Live at The Roxy

The Roxy gave their audience a glimpse of what old school, gritty rock and roll was all about in West Hollywood, California back in the 60’s and early 70’s with two great performances by Morgan Delt and Flamin’ Groovies and then topped it all off with a psychedelic light display that many people have probably never seen anything like.

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Sonder – The Good Ship, Kilburn 21/4/2015

Sonder are a 4 piece, female fronted band whose music explores the genres of rock, pop punk and post hardcore.

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