Momoh (feat Money Man) – ‘Wraith’

Based in Minneapolis, rapper Momoh has worked with some of the biggest names of that genre, and has now released his single, ‘Wraith’, ahead of his debut album, ‘Everything Happens For A Reason’.

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Greg Antista and The Lonely Streets – ‘Goodnight Ramona’

Greg Antista has been a face in the California punk scene for the better part of three decades, having played with the late Steve Soto, in Joyride, whose 1992 debut set, ‘Johnny Bravo’, is a landmark in that state’s punkpop scene. He’s toured Europe, including Rebellion Festival in the UK with Foxy, another fun and exciting punk band. Now he’s got his own group, The Lonely Streets, who will be releasing their debut album, ‘Shake, Stomp and Stumble’, produced by Paul Miner, in May this year. First drop from the album is the brisk and hooky, ‘Goodnight Ramona’.

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A Conversation with Brother and Sister Duo The Luck

We caught up with Max and Esmay of ‘The Luck’ to talk artistic inspirations, what it’s like to write and tour with your sibling, and their musical heroes. Check out their brand new single ‘If This is Love’, and head to their website for more information on their upcoming UK tour.

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Black Belt Eagle Scout – ‘Indians Never Die’

Katherine Paul, aka KP, performs as Black Belt Eagle Scout, and her debut album, ‘Mother Of My Children’, was recorded in the middle of winter near her hometown, in Northwest Washington State.

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Alan Walker Releases His Debut Album ‘Different World’

Norwegian artist, DJ and producer, Alan Walker, is one of the most streamed artists globally with over 14 billion streams. Walker now launches his debut album ‘Different World’.

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Lui Hill – ‘Words Become Useless’

Lui Hill grew up in a small town but has always had world aspirations, encouraged by his father, who taught him the value of travel. Travelling the globe with his father as a teen, meant the neo-soul artist’s world view was expanded and provided a strong foundation on which to write his music.

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East Sussex Band The Equatorial Group Deliver Honest And Heartfelt Debut Album

East Sussex band The Equatorial Group gear up to release debut album ‘Apricity’ out May 25th, 2018.

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Q & A With Electro-Pop Duo Polychrome Ahead Of Debut Album Release

Electro-pop duo, Polychrome, have recently released lead single ‘Final Kiss’ from their eponymously titled debut album.

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MONO CLUB RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM – ‘SKY HIGH & SUBMARINE’

London six-piece band Mono Club will release their debut album ‘Sky High And Submarine’ on 30 March, through LGM Records.

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New sensation Nyree Explores Music Over Decades & Cultures In Debut Album ‘International Girl’

UK born Armenian artist Nyree released her debut album ‘International Girl’, earlier this month on International Women’s Day.

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It’s All ‘Pink’ With Debut Album From Finnish Singer-Songwriter GEA

Using the stagename GEA, Helsinki based singer-songwriter Laura Avonius is set to release her debut album, ‘Pink’, on April 25.

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Leeds’ KOYO Bring Together My Bloody Valentine/Radiohead/Slowdive in New Single

Named after the Japanese word for colourful autumn leaves, KOYO is also the name of a new group fusing colourful influences to create music of their own.

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Danophone’s Debut Album ‘Rerun’ Is A Melancholic Feast

Set for release on 2 December, Danish band Danophone’s debut ‘Rerun’, is in their words an album of, “melancholic songs from the happiest city in the world’s happiest country.”

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Making Friends With Better Enemies

We recently reviewed the self titled debut album of Scottish band, Better Enemies, and after catching up with them, we felt they would make better friends than enemies. Here’s our interview.

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Energetic Pop Rock, With Heart – Better Enemies

The self titled debut album from Better Enemies is an upbeat, catchy pop/rock record full of guitar riffs and catchy choruses.

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Sunset Sons at KOKO, Camden – Wednesday 6th April 2016

Steve Holley went to see Sunset Suns at Camden’s KOKO.

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