Silver Citizen Releases New Single ‘Now We Groove’

Silver Citizen, from Brisbane Australia, are a three piece rock band. Their latest single, ‘Now We Groove’, is an emotionally charged track with strong drums and huge bass lines, and is available to stream on SoundCloud and Spotify.

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‘The History of Rock (For Big Fans And Little Punks)’ – A Rock History For Music Lovers Of All Ages

‘The History Of Rock (For Big Fans And Little Punks)’ is a comprehensive guide to rock music, written by Rita Nabais and illustrated by Joana Raimundo. The pair put together the book in their native Portugal, and it’s the most complete book of rock for kids, and has something for every age.

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The Soft Underground – ‘Morning World’ Is A Post Punk Delight

The Soft Underground are from the outskirts of Manhattan, in New York City, but nevertheless are feted as modern successors to the bands of Seattle’s alt scene, from the 90s.

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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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Witchsister – ‘Cat Called’

All-female rock band Witchsister are from Fayetteville Arkansas, and are here to prove that not only is rock’n’roll not just for the guys but also it’s not just for the big cities either.

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The Dead Daisies – ‘Rise Up’

The Dead Daisies, based in Sydney, Australia, find their inspiration in 70s and early 80s hard rock, and are a musical collective with a rotating lineup which features some of the best rock musicians in the world, including members of bands such as Whitesnake, Dio, Mötley Crüe, The Scream, Thin Lizzy, Journey, Bad English, Hardline, Red Phoenix and Mink.

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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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Heather O’Neill – ‘Nicotine And Neon’

‘Nicotine And Neon’, from Heather O’Neill’s EP ‘Transmute’, is the latest track from the Irish-born, Chicago-based singer songwriter.

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All Faces – ‘Summer In London’

‘Summer In London’ is the second release from the eponymous debut EP by All Faces. Comprising Ben and Daphne, the duo formed in October 2017.

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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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Pop Rock Artist Markos Morin Releases Newest Single ‘Rollercoaster’

Hailing from Greece, pop rock artist Markos Morin has released his latest single, ‘Rollercoaster’, inspired by the ups and downs of life. It’s a catchy and melodic track with his catchy vocals shining from the uplifting ballad.

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Your Persona – ‘Hate Is A Strong Word’

New Jersey natives Your Persona are a post-hardcore quartet, comprising friends who got together as a bit of fun, back in 2008. The group released their first official tracks between 2013 and 2015, the EPs ‘So Easy’, and ‘Metatastic’. Life seemed to be going only up, when lead singer and main songwriter Matt Campione was diagnosed with cancer. Fighting the illness for two years, he finally won the battle, and the band returned to the scene with their third EP, ‘When In Limbo’, in 2016.

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Trevor Drury – ‘Jealousy’

Trevor Drury is a crossover sensation, blending indie rock, jazz, blues, and R&B with traditional pop. The end result is an original sound that will leave you wanting more. His latest track, ‘Jealousy’, displays his talents in both vocals and songwriting.

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The Rolling Stones Satisfy Deeply On Opening Show Of #NoFilter Tour At Dublin’s Croke Park

Many in attendance at Croke Park, Dublin, on Thursday May 17 could well have gone with the lyrics ringing in their ears of The Rolling Stones 1965 classic, ‘The Last Time’. Thankfully however the veteran rockers proved they have more than enough stamina, as they played the first show in their mammoth #NoFilter European tour.

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Hello Casanova – ‘Stranger Things’ And ‘Childhood Love’

Last year we reported on Northern Irish band, Hello Casanova, and their track, ‘I’ll Be Waiting’. Now the quartet from Armagh have followed it up with ‘Stranger Things’, and ‘Childhood Love’.

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