Worth The Wait: Sarah Reeves ‘More The Merrier’

It is almost the most beautiful time of the year. Don’t worry; you still have plenty of time for your Christmas shopping, but you can start dusting off your Christmas playlists. Talented American singer/songwriter Sarah Reeves is weeks away from releasing her second Christmas project. ‘More The Merrier’ via Curb/World Entertainment out on November 12. 

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New Music Video Reveal: Stacey Jackson ‘Live It Up: Rebooted’ Featuring Snoop Dogg

In the line of so many successes, TV presenter Stacey Jackson adds another milestone to her already shiny singing career with a feature with the iconic Snoop Dogg on their dance banger ‘Live It Up: Rebooted’. 

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Up Next: Leo Sawikin ‘Born Too Late’

Make way for what might just be your new favourite song, from a singer that needs to be taken seriously. Leo Sawiken, formerly of The Chordaes, is an artist, poet, multi-talented musician, native New Yorker and expert melody maker. Who also knows his way round a nifty blazer. And his latest drop, ‘Born Too Late’, is a Talk Talk-esque, rock-light delight. 

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President Street Assemble The Dance Floor On ‘Heartbreak Player’ EP

Are you looking for new club songs? No problem, Australian pop duo President Street delivers a new EP, ‘Heartbreak Player,’ with a focus track that will have you dancing in no time.

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Kris James Is Returning…

5th November, people. Kris James is returning, and this time it’s with a full-length album.

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Rykho Is Back With Another Dance Floor Filler With ‘Whatcha Gonna Do’.

Teaming up with the legendary Soulshaker, Rykho is back with another dance floor filler in the form of ‘Whatcha Gonna Do’.

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Introducing Sa’ra Charismata’s Protest Pop

Sa’ra Charismata is not a name you’ll forget in a hurry – and it’s also one you should be remembering anyway, because her unique genre of ‘protest pop’ is one that’s set to blow up the UK music scene. Latest offering is the EDM-influenced track, ‘Life is Not About Control’.

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for KING & COUNTRY: Can You RELATE?

Alt-pop duo for KING & COUNTRY are back with their latest single, RELATE.

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The Sensual ‘Passenger’ Is Next From The Highly Anticipated POETICA Album

The second track from the highly anticipated Rachael Sage-helmed side project Poetica, is the sensual ‘Passenger’. Once again, we are shown a snippet from this upcoming full length which demonstrates Sage’s immense skill as producer, collaborator and wordsmith.

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Allegra Brings The Sass With ‘Used To Miss You’

We’re in a new age of female sass. Just ask Dua Lipa and Raye and Anne-Marie and Mabel. And joining this gang of high-heeled empowerment is Allegra, who you may know from her killer hit ‘All About Us’, what with its 10million Tik Tok hits and high rides on all the right charts. Giving Dua a run for her money, seeing as you ask. Not bad for an up-and-coming who, with her new single ‘Used To Miss You’, is firmly up and, er, come! 

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Cassa Jackson Doesn’t Hold Back On ‘Wish I Didn’t Care’

She’s done it again. London singer/songwriter Cassa Jackson is back and better than ever. Delivering a personal testament to envy and frustration, Jackson releases a new single, ‘Wish I Didn’t Care’. 

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Dynamyte Unleashes Zac Samuel Remix

Our favourite Tik Tok musician, Dynamyte is officially BACK, with a banging remix of her brilliant track, ‘Show Me You’ – thanks to Zac Samuel.

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‘Thanksgiving’: The Debut Offering From Jazz Spoken-Word Outfit POETICA

Poetica is the new brain child from alt-folk icon Rachael Sage. A jazz-spoken word outfit, Poetica has just released their debut single, the whimsical ‘Thanksgiving’, which premiered last week.

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Leo Sawikin stands out on his latest offering, ‘Row Me Away’

Leo Sawikin has just released a track which stands out amongst the rest of the singer-songwriter world, in the form of ‘Row Me Away’. Taking cues from 90s grunge as well as his usual homage to the folk-rock stars of the 70s, Sawikin proves he is more than your average musician here.

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Tunes For The Summertime: D:Ream returns with OPEN HEARTS, OPEN MINDS

Our favourite cheeky chaps are back with their first new music in over a decade. That’s right, UK House Music legends D:Ream return with OPEN HEARTS, OPEN MINDS, just in time for the openings scheduled for this summer.

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Ziggy Alberts Shows Off His Storytelling Talents On ‘circus’

It takes a certain kind of poetic mind to write a song “about lions and elephants” which is actually about so much more than that. That’s what Ziggy Alberts has done on his new track ‘circus’, from the stellar album ‘searching for freedom’.

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Piera Stuns With ‘Love Is Meant For You’

It may not be officially Pride month anymore, but that doesn’t mean queer love isn’t still the name of the game. One person to prove that time and again is singer-songwriter and LGBTQ+ activist Piera van de Wiel.

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Trilingual, TV Appearances, Heart-Wrenching Ballads: Is There Anything Cassa Jackson Can’t Do?

Bristolian Cassa Jackson is quite the impressive young woman. A trilingual student, Cassa’s love of language is often apparent in the wordplay she uses for her lyrics, writing songs for everyone and everything in her life which brings her joy. Previous track ‘Dear Mum’ ended up on several official Spotify playlists, but it’s new single ‘Learning How To Love’ which has caught our attention.

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Cassa Jackson Returns With ‘Learning How To Love’

Previously capturing the internet’s heart with ‘Parallel Universe’, Cassa Jackson now returns onto the scene with the emotive pop ballad ‘Learning How To Love’.

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Therapy In The Form Of Pop… Allegra Heals Broken Hearts With ‘Used To Miss You’

“For anyone who has had their heart and head a little messed up…” says Allegra on an Instagram caption on her post about her latest single, ‘Used To Miss You’. “Writing this song was a form of therapy for me, it helped me feel empowered.”

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