‘Learning To Let Go’ – Josh Taerk Tells Us About His Music, His New EP ‘Stages’, And What’s Ahead

After an email interview and several years of talking back and forth on social media, Lisa finally got the opportunity to meet and talk to Canadian singer songwriter Josh Taerk, at the O2 Academy Islington, during his UK tour to promote his new EP, ‘Stages’.

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Car Seat Headrest – ‘Nervous Young Inhumans’

‘Twin Fantasy’ was an album originally released in 2011 by Car Seat Headrest, a fourpiece from Leesburg, Virginia. Lead singer Will Toledo says it was never a finished work, and a new version of the album is set for release on February 16 and is available to preorder.

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Natalise + The Sunset Run – ‘Be’

Natalise + The Sunset Run first came to our attention late in 2016 with their track, ‘The Lucky Ones’, from their 2015 album, ‘Glimpses Of The Sun’. Last year they came back to us with another track from the album, ‘Love Unconditional’. Now Natalise Kalea and her band have returned with their latest track, ‘Be’, which comes from their latest EP, ‘Constellations’.

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Blue Helix – ‘Anti-Social Butterfly’

Blue Helix bring together the two worlds of boxing and music in the new video for their song, ‘Anti-Social Butterfly’.

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AMERA – ‘Connected’

Los Angeles trio AMERA takes their audiences on a sonic journey which includes huge soundscapes and ground-shattering drops. The trio comprising Brooke Adams on vocals, Mikael Oganes on synths and keys, and Donovan Butez on guitar, formed in 2015 and have already performed hundreds of shows worldwide.

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Those Damn Eyes – ‘Give and Take’

Those Damn Eyes, from Austin, Texas, have released their lastest single, ‘Give And Take’. They took the scene by storm with their debut EP, ‘Glass Crash’, released in 2016, whose addictive hooks and heavy tones made for an epic first impression.

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AWOLNATION – ‘Passion’

AWOLNATION struck a goldmine when their 2011 track ‘Sail’, from their debut album, ‘Megalithic Symphony’ hit commercial radio and cracked 5 million sales.

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DYK – ‘The Procrastinator’

Hard rock band, DYK are from Caracas in Venezuela. Coming together in 1986 when the duo were still teenagers attending high school. They started playing local shows for fun, and along the way they discovered a passion for rock and roll. Their groove-laden track, ‘The Procrastinator’, is an excellent example of DYKs skills as musicians and melody makers.

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Essential Advent Calendar: Festive Double A Side From Irish Rockers Heavy Soda ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’ And ‘It’s All So Easy (It’s Christmas Time)’

Heavy Soda describe themselves as “three people who were once in the same band at different times came together to reform an old band with a new name that only one of them had been in before.” It’s clear from the outset that the Dublin trio are fun guys, and their choice of Christmas songs, a brilliant, almost as good as the original, cover of ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’ and their own composition, ‘It’s All So Easy (It’s Christmas Time)’ go further to prove this.

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Queens of the Stone Age – ‘The Way You Used To Do’

The video for Queens Of The Stone Age’s ‘The Way You Used To Do’ has been described by Billboard as “a Satanic Fever Dream.” The first single from their album, ‘Villains’, it was originally released exclusively to Apple Music, and topped the Billboard charts. It’s now also been released on Vevo, and has almost cracked the million mark in its first week.

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Saycille – ‘Wish’

Dutch artist Saycille released her single, ‘Wish’, earlier this year.

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Review: Nahko – ‘My Name Is Bear’

Nahko is best known as the front man for the world music collective, Medicine For The People. His first solo work, ‘My Name Is Bear’ is in essence a prequel to his work with the People, and comprises 16 tracks of music and “interludes”, mostly written between the ages of 18 and 21, with some a little later. The interludes are actual unedited tape recordings of his raw thoughts. The end result is a pleasing insight into the mind of a very thoughtful and wise man.

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The Begowatts release ‘Grande Charade’

Crafting a distinctive blend of rock and roll which is rooted in deep 70s grooves with a modern aesthetic, The Begowatts came together in 2012 in Madison, Wisconsin. The band, who comprise David French on lead guitar and vocals, Ben Tofflemire on rhythm guitar, Aaron Androsky on bass and percussion, and Dan Carpenter on drums, honed their live performance and perfected their sound through touring relentlessly, with the result that they built up a huge buzz across the Midwest.

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Robert Plant Pulls No Punches With New Album ‘Carry Fire’

Robert Plant pulls no punches with ‘Carry Fire’, his first album in 3 years, out this Friday October 13.

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Rock Collective WAY UP Release New Album ‘BIG WAVE’

Scottish rock collective Way Up have released their new album, ‘Big Wave’, on 8 October. The group consists of members of all ages, numbering from 2 to 11, based in Dumfries, South West Scotland.

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The Dice – ‘Streetlights’

A four-piece from Ferrara, Italy, The Dice formed 8 years ago, and are making waves with their blend of rock, pop and surf music. Their new album, ‘Showcase Come Alive’, together with latest release ‘Streetlights’, is set to put them on a new level.

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