Toronto Five-Piece Nutrients Release ‘Always In Bloom’ From Self-Titled Debut Album

‘Always In Bloom’ serves as the simplest and most stripped-back track from Nutrients to date, yet manages to avoid slipping from easy-going to downright boring, partially due to the thought-provoking lyrics and hypnotic, jangling guitar lines, but mainly down to it’s bitesize length.

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North Shields Indie-Rocker Sam Fender Tears Apart Brighton Dome Amid His Hypersonic Missiles Tour

Zac Sherratt reviews Sam Fender’s show at the Brighton Dome.

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RUMI Releases Her Second Single, ‘Come Down’

Following up her exciting debut single, Irish Electro/Pop/Alternative artist Julianne Murray AKA RUMI is set to creep into our minds once again, this time with sensational new track ‘Come Down’.

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Not So Righteous Brings People Together With Debut EP, ‘A Nasty Way To Go’

Drawing comparisons to blink-182, New Found Glory, and A Day To Remember, Devonshire pop-punk band, Not So Righteous have recently released their debut EP. Frontman Brett Daniels spoke with Zac Sherratt.

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Mallory Helms Releases New Track ‘Wildest Ride’

Small artists who remain relatively unheard of are able enjoy an amount of creative freedom on which to design a unique sound; it seems a shame then that Mallory Helms chose a pathway walked countless times before.

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Hugo Valentine – ‘Trouble’

Melding catchy pop hooks with thought provoking lyrics, Staccato Piano and winding melodies, Hugo Valentine’s upcoming single ‘Trouble’ demonstrates his strong songwriting capability and makes good use of his classical musical training.

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Little Comets – ‘In Search Of Elusive Little Comets’

In celebration of ten years since recording their debut album, Little Comets are today re-releasing ‘In Search of Elusive Little Comets’ exclusively on vinyl.

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Sal The Musician – ‘Strawberry’

Dropping out of business school and heading to Ireland in 2018, Sal the Musician went in search of his artistic and musical dream. Less than a year on, he is now well on the way to carving out a unique sound ahead of his debut EP, ‘Art is Creation’, in 2020.

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Sophie Colette – ‘Would You Like It?’

A worthy contender for summer anthem of the year, Sophie Colette’s ‘Would You Like It?’ celebrates the realisation of falling in love in a refreshing, atmospheric new video.

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Amber Run – ‘Philophobia’

As the UK finds itself approaching the climax of perhaps one of its most turbulent periods to date, Nottingham boys Amber Run believe the answer is within as they release their anticipated third album ‘Philophobia’.

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Napkey – ‘Solstice’

French Organic pop duo Napkey release their highly anticipated second album, ‘Solstice’.

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