Dan Ashley – ‘What Really Matters’

In ‘What Really Matters’, Dan Ashley puts life into perspective. He sings about the miraculous encounters he has faced and the traumatizing stories he has heard, proving that all of our priorities are relative.

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The Bobbleheads – ‘I Really See You’

Everything about San Francisco’s The Bobbleheads feels effortlessly classic: from their 12 string Rickenbacker guitars, to their sweet sweet multi-part harmonies, to the joy and love that emanates from their live performances, and to every single one of their releases. Formed in 2003, their latest single, is a hopeful track from their most recent album, ‘Myths & Fables’.

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‘Marnie’ From Bay Area Rockers China Is A Retro Sounding Track From A Retro Sounding Album

‘Marnie’ is taken from the album, ‘And Then Nothing Happened’, from Bay Area based folk-rock band, China. A retro sounding track that would easily find a home on the soundtrack of an old west themed film or TV series. The album is set for release on 22 Febuary, via Royal Oakie Records.

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Soul to Country and Back Again With Idiot Grins’ ‘Big Man’

With a sound that could easily be added to any movie set in the 60s comes Idiot Grins with their new album, ‘Big Man’.

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