AURORA And IDINA MENZEL To Perform At Oscars Plus New Video!

Norwegian pop-star AURORA and Idina Menzel’s song, ‘Into The Unknown’ from Disney’s Frozen 2 has been nominated for an Academy Award for ‘Best Original Song’ at the 2020 Oscars.

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Songwriter Sarita Lozano Releases Debut Album, ‘Lucid’

Spanish/English artist, living in South London, Sarita Lozanzo draws her influences from the likes of Travis Scott and Jhené Aiko. Her debut album ‘Lucid’ is the result of developing her sound over the past four years, honing her talents by releasing regular covers on SoundCloud.

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Flawes Tells All About Their Upcoming Debut Album ‘Highlights’

The indie-pop trio Flawes have announced the date of their highly anticipated debut album ‘Highlights’. The 12-track album will be available to stream from the 31st January across all major streaming platforms.

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Janet Devlin Mourns The Loss Of ‘Honest Men’ With New Single

Sobering anti-ballad ‘Honest Men’ is the third single from Janet Devlin’s upcoming concept album, ‘Confessional’, set for release in May, and has been self-penned by the 25-year-old Irish singer-songwriter. If ever a song was to speak so timely of its age then Janet Devlin’s ‘Honest Men’ is the shattered black mirror reflection these dark days deserve. As bleak as it is bewitching, and as stark as it is sorrowful, ‘Honest Men’ is the evidence that Janet has already lived more lifetimes than most.

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Eli Seeney Announces It’s A ‘New Day’ With Debut Album

New Jersey Hip-Hop artist Eli Seeney has officially announced his return to the fray, bringing a signature sound to fans with the release of his long-awaited debut, entitled New Day: The Album. The full-length project is a follow-up to 2016’s ‘New Day EP’, and was released on December 26th, 2019.

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Dennis J. Leise – ‘Nobody’s Comin’

Dennis J. Leise had spent the bulk of his music career playing in the clubs of Chicago, but got tired of having to pay through the nose for the privilege of performing, despite pulling in large enough crowds. He decided enough was enough and upped sticks and moved 25 miles away – to Gary, Indiana, famous for being the hometown of the Jackson Family.

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Soda Blonde Held Us In The Palms Of Their Not At All Terrible Hands At Whelan’s Dublin 16 December

It was a concert that wasn’t meant to happen but due to popular demand and a sold out Sunday night show, I was privileged to see Soda Blonde in action at Whelan’s in Dublin on Monday night, supported by The Junior Show, with their “last show of the decade”.

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Telemonster – ‘For Someone Not So Old’

Telemonster has been around since 2010, created by cousins Ben VanderHart, on guitar and vocals, and Josh Barrett, on drums. They were then joined by bassist John-Michael Forman and pianist Dave Hess. The Chattanooga band released their album, ‘Introspecter, Pt. 1’, in January, and the latest single from the band, ‘For Someone Not So Old’, is out now.

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Hello (Turn Your Radio On): Shakespears Sister’s ‘Singles Party (1988-2019)’ Is Your Heroine

Tonight Shakespears Sister wind up their ‘Ride Again’ UK tour with a concert at the Brighton Dome, in the grounds of the world famous Royal Pavilion. To get into the mood, we’re listening to their album, released in June this year, ‘Singles Party (1988-2019)’. To say this has everything is really putting it mildly.

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Walk Off the Earth Announces Interactive U.S. Tour

Just two weeks after their album ‘HERE WE GO!’ debuted at #1 on Neilsen’s Pop Albums chart, the critically-acclaimed Canadian pop group Walk Off the Earth has announced a 23-date US tour.

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An Evening With A-ha, Hunting High And Low, Royal Albert Hall, 5th November 2019

Steve Holley was lucky enough to be present as a-ha, Norway’s legendary band, presented their seminal near thirty five year old debut album ‘Hunting High & Low’ live and in album running order to a sell out adoring crowd at the Royal Albert Hall.

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Seafret announce new album ‘Most of Us Are Strangers’ out Feb 7th

Seafret surprised their fans recently with a huge double announcement! Their highly anticipated album titled “Most of Us Are Strangers” will be out on the 7th February 2020. Not only that, they have also released dates for their massive UK and Ireland tour.

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Carmine Appice Re-Issues Classic Album ‘Guitar Zeus’: ‘Nobody Knew’ (Feat. Brian May) 

Carmine Appice is without doubt, a rock god. He played drums for the legendary Vanilla Fudge (on ‘Season Of The Witch’ and ‘You Keep Me Hanging On’), and he co-wrote ‘Da Ya Think I’m Sexy’ with Rod Stewart and Duane Hitchings. He’s also, with Vanilla Fudge, responsible for paving the way for one of the most popular genres in rock: heavy metal, by way of bridging the gap between psychedelic and prog/hard rock. The likes of The Nice, Deep Purple, Yes, Styx, Led Zeppelin, and Uriah Heep, all credit “The Fudge” as their inspiration.

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Magne Furuholmen Gives Us The Christmas Album We’ve Been Waiting For With ‘White Xmas Lies’

There’s no chestnuts roasting around an open fire on a-ha’s Magne Furuholmen’s Christmas album, ‘White Xmas Lies’. Rather, it’s doom, gloom, cold winters, and family punch-ups on Boxing Day (get it?). But hey, isn’t that what Christmas is really all about anyway?

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Broke Royals Release Visuals For ‘Saint Luxury’ And ‘Born To Break’

It’s a double bonus Monday as Broke Royals release not one but two visuals for their singles, ‘Saint Luxury’, the title track from their latest album, and ‘Born To Break’, an homage to classic tour videos.

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Circuit3’s ‘The Price Of Nothing & The Value Of Everything’ Is A Dystopian Masterpiece

‘The Price Of Nothing & The Value Of Everything’, is the latest long player from Irish artist Circuit3, and the follow-up to his previous album, ‘siliconchipsuperstar’. A Dystopian masterpiece of ten tracks, it’s out now and available as a digital download, CD, or on vinyl.

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