Emma Blackery Releases New Single ‘Icarus’

Rising pop star Emma Blackery has today released her brand new single ‘Icarus’, taken from her forthcoming debut album ‘Villains’ out August 31st through her own RWG Records.

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Conor Maynard Features On ‘Whenever’ By Kris Kross Amsterdam x The Boy Next Door

Dutch DJ and producer trio Kris Kross Amsterdam (KKA), Conor Maynard, and Dutch producer The Boy Next Door have released their brand new single ‘Whenever’ through Spinnin’ Records/Parlophone.

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OneRepublic Release Video for ‘Start Again’ ft. Logic Today

OneRepublic release the video today for ‘Start Again’ ft. Logic The single is available now via all digital retailers.

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Netflix’s Series ‘GLOW’ S2

‘GLOW’ is back! The runaway success folloiwng the (fictionalised) lives of a 1980s syndicated women’s pro wrestling circuit is returning to Netflix for a second season.

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MADDISON – ‘RECOVERY’

Maddison, from Chepstow in South Wales, cite their inspirations as coming from the likes of Foo Fighters, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Muse, but after listening to their new EP, ‘Recovery’, we feel their sound is possibly influenced by artists from closer to home, such as Manic Street Preachers.

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One Possible Option – ‘No King’

Out now, ‘No King’ by One Possible Option, from Rijeka in Croatia, is a hard rocking track which will have you wanting to hit repeat as soon as its nearly 4 minutes are finished.

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DeTrek – ‘Glow’

‘Glow’ is the latest track from DeTrek, a singer songwriter from Modesto, North California. It’s a fun, fast flow track with a far-eastern, Rhythm and Bass style beat.

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Eryn – ‘Hallelujah You’re Gone’

One woman powerhouse Eryn knows how to turn a negative situation into a positive one. Inspired by the great soul and R&B artists, she has adopted a sound that is a mix of country and jazz while dressed like a pinup girl.

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Who We Are – ‘Memory’ ft. Kevin Thrasher Of Escape The Fate

Most of LA band Who We Are might still be in their late teens, but they know what they want in life.

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John Paciga and Charlotte MacMurray – ‘The Prayer’

New Jersey native John Paciga is known locally for his catchy, sharply written piano pop. His debut album, ‘Other Side Of Town’, was released late last year when he was 17, and for his latest single, a cover of David Foster and Carole Bayer Sager’s ‘The Prayer’, he’s joined by singer Charlotte MacMurray.

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Witchsister – ‘Cat Called’

All-female rock band Witchsister are from Fayetteville Arkansas, and are here to prove that not only is rock’n’roll not just for the guys but also it’s not just for the big cities either.

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Juno Reactor – ‘Let’s Turn On’

Trance artist Juno Reactor’s new single, ‘Let’s Turn On’ comes with one of the most electrifying, kinetic, magical videos you’ll have seen this year.

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The Dead Daisies – ‘Rise Up’

The Dead Daisies, based in Sydney, Australia, find their inspiration in 70s and early 80s hard rock, and are a musical collective with a rotating lineup which features some of the best rock musicians in the world, including members of bands such as Whitesnake, Dio, Mötley Crüe, The Scream, Thin Lizzy, Journey, Bad English, Hardline, Red Phoenix and Mink.

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Just Loud – ‘Electrified’

Just Loud harnesses influences from MGMT, and Foster The People, as well as electro-pop visuals, and hair like The Weeknd. Not only that, he can sing damned well.

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Nothing More – ‘Just Say When’

What does punk mean these days? Surely the very nature of the genre means it’s unrestricted by any one interpretation. Nothing More, from San Antonio, Texas, certaily challenge the classification of the term – they could be described as any or all of rock, progressive, alternative – their music is clearly pop-punk influenced, while they lean towards rock one way and alternative in the other. Surely that’s got to make them punk?

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Mike Shinoda’s ‘Post Traumatic’ Is A Sad Album Yet Serves As A Catharsis For Linkin Park Fans As Much As For Him

‘Post Traumatic’ by Mike Shinoda, is a sad album. There’s no getting past it. Written in the shadow of the suicide of his friend and Linkin Park bandmate, Chester Bennington, Shinoda uses the deeply personal album as a catharsis to work through his feelings. The 16 track full length album follows on from the EP of the same name, released in January this year.

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