Anthony Maragni Releases New Single ‘Lost Faith’ From Album ‘Obliteration City’

Anthony Maragni released his album ‘Obliteration City’ only a few months ago, but already the attention is being drawn to his single, ‘Lost Faith’, which Anthony cites as being influenced by a mix of genres, but in particular, jazz and rock.

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DAZE RUN AWAY – Frontman Guy Chadwick Gives The Inside Story On The House of Love Ahead Of Their Headlining Show At Indie Daze 4

Singer-songwriter Guy Chadwick and his guitar hero sidekick Terry Bickers were being mentioned in the same breath as The Smiths creative partnership of Morrissey and Johnny Marr.

Yet just as they were at the apogee of their powers, it all started to go wrong.

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BACK TO BASICS – Earwig’s Lizard McGee Goes Acoustic For New Solo Album And Maiden British Tour Dates

Earwig mainman Lizard McGee is heading to the UK this month to play a series of shows in support of new solo album Spooky Jets At A Distance. […]

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PUNCHING ABOVE HIS WEIGHT – Mark Nevin On Bowie, Morrissey And Finding His Voice As A Solo Artist

It’s not often you get to talk to someone who’s had a number one single and double platinum album, had a song covered by David Bowie […]

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YOU CAN’T MOAN CAN YOU? – David Gedge On More Than 30 Years As Leader Of The Wedding Present

In the annals of Indie rock, David Gedge is one of the last great survivors. While other great hopes and next big things crash and […]

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MNNQNS Are On Top With New EP, ‘Capital’

Rouen band, MNNQNS has been one we’ve written a lot about over the years, and for good reason.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Tom Kay

As well as performing as a solo artist and with various bands, Tom Kay has also worked as a session musician in the studio and on Television. His most notable appearance being on 8 out of 10 cats does countdown on Channel 4 (UK) where he performed a guitar solo. Tom gives us his Essential Weekly Playist

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Man Of Truth – Nine Quick Questions With Redd Alluri

Redd Alluri’s song, ‘Man of Truth’ comes ahead of the London-based singer’s EP, ‘Who Are We?’, which is set for release at the end of this month. A diarist to his core, Alluri’s songs wrote themselves during a six month travel break between completing his Master’s degree in Finland and returning home to India. We caught up with Alluri and asked him nine quick questions.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Jamie Jamal (This Human Condition)

Jamie Jamal is one half of electronic duo “This Human Condition” from Bristol. You can find them online on their website. Jamie gives us his Essential Weekly Playlist.

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THE HEART OF THE RE-UNION – The Primitives On Getting Back Together, 1980s Nostalgia And What It’s Like to Have Morrissey Wearing Your T-Shirts

Blending ‘sixties bubblegum pop with punk guitars and indie attitude, the Primitives Crash-ed their way into the charts and many a schoolkids’s hearts in the mid-1980s.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Peppermint Heaven

This week’s Essential Playlist comes from 80s tinged electronica outfit, Peppermint Heaven. Their latest album, ‘Precious Things’, came out in January.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: The Diamond Age

We last featured The Diamond Age in our Essential Advent Calendar, with their song ‘Holly’. They’re currently working on new material, but in the meantime, here’s their Essential Weekly Playlist.

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Old House Playground – The Great Escape

Old House Playground are shaping up to be one of the best new bands of 2015.

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