Nicky Romero Shows That True Love Has No Use-By Date In New Single ‘Stay’, Featuring Vocals By Moa Lisa

Dutch DJ, producer, and remixer Nicky Romero’s latest single, ‘Stay’, is testament to the belief that excitement, love, ecstasy, and euphoria don’t have to be short lived experiences, they can stand the test of time.

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Jon Patrick Walker Channels Bowie In Latest Single ‘All-Night Diner’

Full on channelling early David Bowie, Jon Patrick Walker returns with his latest single, ‘All-Night Diner’, which was released on March 13. Jon’s new album, ‘The Rented Tuxedo And Other Songs’ comes out on June 12.

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King Ropes Shine A Light On The Current World Situation With Cover Of Classic Ray Charles Song, ‘The Danger Zone’

Back in July last year we brought King Ropes to the attention of EP readers. The group, who describe themselves as a “psychedelic, hard country garage roots rock band” (what a mouthful!) will be releasing their latest album, ‘Go Back Where They Came From’, on May 22. The album comprises 12 songs, all tracks by legendary artists, some well known, others less so. The first single from the record is the Ray Charles track, ‘The Danger Zone’ – a timely song if ever there was one.

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Sami Thompson – ‘Lifeline’

While we’re all caught up in self-isolation at the moment, it’s important to think about our friends and family, and maybe celebrate those we love, and drop them a quick “thank you” for being there. Pop singer Sami Thompson knows what it’s like to have that best friend who’s always there for her, and in ‘Lifeline’ she’s dedicated an entire song to that person.

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John Paciga – ‘No One Else’

We’ve been talking about John Paciga for years now and yet, somehow, this musical supernova is still only 19. Now at Yale, where he’s the musical director of that University’s century-old a cappella group, ‘The Yale Spizzwinks(?)’, he’s honed his voice and performance skills and has also managed to write new music, including his latest release, ‘No One Else’, straight off the back of a summer tour.

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Secret Social Club – ‘Gravity’

Secret Social Club, a new band from Southern California, aren’t really into the whole idea of having an exclusive club, but it feels like, with their new single, ‘Gravity’, and accompanying video and comic book, that we’ve been let in on something very special indeed.

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BLXPLTN – ‘ZZEERRO (Dying for You to Get Rich)’

Austin’s BLXPLTN have taken their music and weaponised it to show that the unthinkable is the new normal.

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Chloe Tang – ‘Fanning The Flames’

Chloe Tang is no stranger to us here at EP, and her latest single, ‘Fanning The Flames’ is quite possibly the best release yet from the singer who nowadays lives in Los Angeles.

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Flume – ‘The Difference (feat. Toro y Moi)’

It’s not too hard to guess that if you live outside LA, South Anderson Street wouldn’t be top of the list of places that spring to mind when you think of the City. Warehouses, chain-link fences, and graffiti are more likely to be seen than beaches or palm trees. But despite all that, it’s a vital neighbourhood with a lot going on in terms of culture and innovation, and it attracts artists of all kinds, such as director Jonathan Zawada, who made the video for ‘The Difference’, the most recent single from Australian electronic producer, Flume.

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PINEWOOD – ‘Riverbank’

Close your eyes while you’re listening to ‘Riverbank’, by Pinewood, and perhaps like me you’ll find yourself by the river, laying back on the red and black checked wool blanket, sated by a much too large yet incredibly delicious picnic lunch. You soon find yourself floating along, whether it be in a boat or somehow along a light summer breeze; you speed up, some rapids below you – but nothing will mar this perfect day. The atmospheric folk tune is filled to capacity with a plethora of ethereal vocals, strings plucked tenderly, and a rhythm that mimics the ebb of the water.

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F$O Dinero – ‘Talk To Me’

Fort Lauderdale’s F$O Dinero has been on our radar since last year, when we first came across him and his crew on ‘Yaw Yaw’ last May. Since then we’ve also featured his song, ‘Panty Droppa’ in December, and the prolific hip hop artist returns, with new single, ‘Talk To Me’.

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Kellie-Anne – ‘Legacy’

Kellie-Anne has packed a lot into her 17 years. The pop and soul singer and songwriter recently moved to New York City, having first lived in Dubai, and then Quebec City. She has a lot of stories deep inside, and knows that she needs to tell them. Thankfully she’s also able to innately relate to others, to stand in their shoes, while at the same time speaking from her own heart.

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Trav Torch – ‘Lust’

We’ve been writing about Trav Torch for a few years now, and watched his journey with interest. Starting out as a rapper back when he was 13, the Maplewood New Jersey native is a fully fledged RnB artist whose latest track, ‘Lust’, from his upcoming sophomore album, ‘Bachelor Life 2’, is sure to make you sit up and take notice.

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Bruce Sudano – ‘The Mountain’

‘The Mountain’ has a serious message, but nonetheless Bruce Sudano is able to bring some levity to the video, with a cut-and-paste animation created by Elliot Mason.

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Wendy Halo – ‘Fire And Ice’ Out 16 March Ahead Of Debut EP

Set for release tomorrow, March 16, Wendy Halo’s latest single, ‘Fire And Ice’ tells the story of a relationship where one partner is distancing themselves, and the other is trying to bring the passion back, and restore the spark. The track follows on directly from her most recent single, ‘Compromise’.

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Glass Cristina Releases New Video For Most Recent Single, ‘Kings Of Nowhere’

Glass Cristina is one of the world’s most imaginative bands. This is showcased in the latest music video for their most recent release, ‘Kings Of Nowhere’.

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