‘Marnie’ From Bay Area Rockers China Is A Retro Sounding Track From A Retro Sounding Album

‘Marnie’ is taken from the album, ‘And Then Nothing Happened’, from Bay Area based folk-rock band, China. A retro sounding track that would easily find a home on the soundtrack of an old west themed film or TV series. The album is set for release on 22 Febuary, via Royal Oakie Records.

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Emma King Has Released A Brilliant New Album ‘Electric Soul Therapy’ And I Had The Pleasure To Chat With Her About It

Emma King’s voice has a trademark sound with a deep and soulful timbre that screams emotion. Her eponymous debut album received national radio play and deserved critical acclaim. She’s back with a new release called ‘Electric Soul Therapy’ and it’s a must listen. Steve Holley had a chat with Emma.

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Rocky Athas – ‘Dictator’

Known by fans and critics as “The Texas Tornado”, “The Malice From Dallas”, “The Young Eric Clapton” and “The Last Great Bluesbreaker Guitarist”, you kinda expect from the get go that Rocky Athas is going to have an arsenal of incredible guitar riffs and hooks up his sleeve. And with his new single, ‘Dictator’, Athas doesn’t disappoint.

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Engelbert Humperdinck – ‘The Man I Want To Be’

50 years sounds like a really long time to be in the same job, but that’s how long living legend Engelbert Humperdinck has been charming audiences with his sonorous voice. To commemorate this milestone “The Hump” released his new album, ‘The Man I Want To Be’, on Friday 24 November.

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Essential Advent Calendar: The Lumineers – ‘Blue Christmas’

December 21 and it’s not long now until we reach the end of our Essential Advent Calendar. Today The Lumineers draw the spotlight on the rainforest charity, Cool Earth, by donating all the proceeds from their Christmas single, ‘Blue Christmas’.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Seth Loveless

Seth Loveless from Loveless Effect shares with us his Essential Weekly Playlist.

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