#Competition: Win An Evening Of Live Music Entertainment With Liv Austen At Secret London Venue!!

You could win the chance to see rising country music star, Liv Austen perform live, at a central London private members club. You’ll be…

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Country Pop Rising Star Liv Austen Returns With Double A Side ‘Detour’ And ‘Whole Heart’

Norwegian-born singer-songwriter Liv Austen announces that she will be releasing tracks ‘Detour’ and ‘Whole Heart’ from her debut album ‘A Moment of Your Time’. The tracks will be available from Friday May 17th as a double A-side limited edition 7” vinyl, sold exclusively on Liv’s website and at live performances, and available across download and streaming services.

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FIGHTING FIT – Cold Water Swimmers Follow Birthday Boxing Gig With Pile Driving New Double A Side

Formed, curiously enough, on the day Mark E Smith left this Earth, Manchester trio Cold Water Swimmers recently celebrated their first birthday. They chose…

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House Artist PiMO Returns With Another Two Track Release, ‘That Girl’, And ‘Running Man’

PiMO returns with a double A side of releases, ‘That Girl’, and ‘Running Man’, set to come out on 4 December. The House artist from Warsaw, Poland, previously released ‘Pure Love’, and ‘Hunter’, back in September.

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Aled Jones and Russell Watson Perfectly ‘In Harmony’ On New Album Released In Time For Christmas

Given the pair have been moving in the same sorts of musical circles for the better part of 20 years, it should come as no surprise that Aled Jones and Russell Watson are firm friends. What is surprising however is that the pair have taken this long to record an album together.

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Aled Jones And Russell Watson Today Release New Single ‘Where Have All The Flowers Gone/Here’s To The Heroes’ Ahead Of Album ‘In Harmony’ This Friday

Two of the world’s greatest voices in classical music, Aled Jones, and Russell Watson, have today released their debut single, ‘Where Have All The Flowers Gone/Here’s To The Heroes’. The track comes ahead of their album, ‘In Harmony’, set for release this Friday, as well as the announcement of tour dates.

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What You See Is What You Get – In Conversation With Tom Bailey On Music, Touring, And ‘Science Fiction’

Lisa Hafey speaks with Tom Bailey about his album ‘Science Fiction’, and his upcoming UK and Irish tour.

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Ale Geisslerin Releases Double A-Side ‘Don’t Be My Lover’ And ‘House Party’

London based singer songwriter Ale Geisslerin released her latest tracks, ‘Don’t Be My Lover’, and ‘House Party’ on March 15. The Spanish composer’s songs are similar in style to Lana Del Rey and Lorde, and are fairly dark in style.

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Essential Advent Calendar: Festive Double A Side From Irish Rockers Heavy Soda ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’ And ‘It’s All So Easy (It’s Christmas Time)’

Heavy Soda describe themselves as “three people who were once in the same band at different times came together to reform an old band with a new name that only one of them had been in before.” It’s clear from the outset that the Dublin trio are fun guys, and their choice of Christmas songs, a brilliant, almost as good as the original, cover of ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’ and their own composition, ‘It’s All So Easy (It’s Christmas Time)’ go further to prove this.

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The Blue Wave Pavilion To Release Double A Side ‘Song Of Cedric’/’Food For Yourself’ 29 November

Four piece post-punk new wave band, The Blue Wave Pavilion are started live performances back in June at the Brudenell Social Club, in their home-base of Leeds. Opening for All We Are, the band have gone on to do a headline show at Manchester’s Night & Day Café, as well as an opening slot for Himalayas at Leeds’ Lending Room, which also featured This Feeling.

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Essential Covers: Luke & Mel – ‘Today I Started Loving You Again’ (Merle Haggard Cover)

In honour of country legend Merle Haggard, who died on his birthday, April 6, comes our Essential Cover this week. Luke & Mel, an award-winning country duo from Manchester, sing their tribute to Haggard: ‘Today I Started Loving You Again’.

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James Edge and The Mindstep Tell Us ‘Where We Are Going To’

James Edge and The Mindstep are a London based progressive folk trio. Stating their influences as Nick Drake and Joni Mitchell, among others, they describe their music as “Weird and dark jazzy alt-folk”.

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