Captain Of The Lost Waves To Release Highly Anticipated New Album ‘Hidden Gems Chapter II: Circus of Morality’ On July 4th, 2019.

UK based Nu vaudevillian & Folk opera Artist Captain Of The Lost Waves is releasing his highly anticipated full length album ‘Hidden Gems Chapter II: Circus Of Morality’ on July 4th, 2019.

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Introducing Ryan Swain

Ryan Swain, originally from England’s north got his start at Flamingo Land Resort as a “coat-style” entertainer. He’s amassed a very respectable 200,000 followers across his social media profiles, as well as a commendable 10 million streams on his comedy videos, which focus on everyday life, parenting, and mental health.

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EMINEM – ‘STAN’ (JR REMIX)

Available as a free download, JR’s remix of the Eminem classic, ‘Stan’, takes the track and gives it a shake up, turning the story of a stalker fan and his celeb obsession into a bona fide dance number.

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Pop Artist Simon Releases Debut Video ‘Simon Sez’

Hailing from a small town in Yorkshire, pop singer Simon released his debut single with an accompanying music video ‘Simon Sez’ on 14th March.

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Tony Wright And Ryan Hamilton Reveal Collaborative Album, ‘Grand Ole Otley’

What do Yorkshire and Texas have in common? If you’re struggling for an answer, don’t fret, if you read on I’ll give you one for free.

On June 8, Yorkshire-born Tony Wright and Texas-bred rocker Ryan Hamilton will release their debut collaborative album, ‘Grand Ole Otley’.

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TONY STOWELL’S COVER RELEASE OF ROBBIE WILLIAM’S ‘ANGELS’ – RAISING AWARENESS FOR HIS CAMPAIGN

A former Hull model, Tony Stowell has just released a cover single, working together with Pete Hammond on Robbie Williams’ ‘Angels’ to raise awareness of his campaign for CCTV in care-homes.

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Gramercy Park – ‘Hanging From The Edge’

Sheffield band, Gramercy Park formed early in 2016 and have been getting quite a bit of radio play with their single, ‘Hanging From The…

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Sound Sculptor Le Fil Is One To Watch With New EP ‘Nightlife’

Born into a Cantonese speaking family, Le Fil learned English by singing along to a pop music diet of Bros and Kylie Minogue. Originally from Huddersfield, Yorkshire, but now based in Peckham, South London, the singer songwriter and artist has established himself on the underground culture circuit, with his blend of dark pop, provocative performance art, and striking sculptures, which focus on identity and gender politics.

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It’s No Horror Show In Our Interview With Molly Anna Band

Regular readers of Essentially Pop will remember their striking cover of David Bowie’s ‘Ashes To Ashes’, which they recorded exclusively for us in the wake of Bowie’s death in January. Since then the five-piece from Yorkshire have released their EP, ‘Ghosts’, with their most recent single being the haunting, ‘Horror Show’. We spoke with lead singer, Molly Anna.

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Smashby – ‘Pharaoh’

Last year we introduced you to Smashby, a Yorkshire artist who was trying out for the Swiss Eurovision Open Selection, with his song, ‘Pharaoh’.

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5to4 ‘Tip It’ With New EP

‘Tip It’ is the new EP from 5to4, the musical project of Phil Goss, and the follow up to his 2006 album, ‘Dream Diary’.

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Crooked Weather – ‘Long Garden’

Crooked Weather’s haunting melodies, ethereal and gorgeous, reminiscent of Bob Dylan’s early work, leave a lasting impression on the listener.

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FANS – ‘Born Into’

Yorkshire band FANS have released a great video for the title track of their debut EP, ‘Born Into’. A totally DIY project, the video was made by the band’s friend in their basement.

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EP Meets The Retrospectives

We met The Retrospectives before the launch of their song, “Confusion” at London’s Water Rats a couple of weeks back. It was a great chat with Tom and Will, who gave some very thoughtful answers to our questions.

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Essentially Pop Talks to Andy Ruddy

Andy Ruddy is proof that you can take a man out of a northern town but you can’t take the northern town out of…

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