Fellow Robot – ‘Don’t Deny Me’

Southern California based indie group Fellow Robot started out as an idea brewing in the mind of frontman Anthony Pedroza, who a few years ago began writing the sci-fi novel, ‘The Robot’s Guide To Music’ while dealing with personal troubles. The concept albums for this project, The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 1 (2018) and Vol. 2 (set to release April 24 through Donut Sounds Record Co), are co-literary companions to the book. The band itself plays the role of the 140-year-old robot and main character of the book. Each official release is meant to build on and complement the story of the previous one.

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Joey Danger – ‘Surrender’

Real name Joseph Anthony Stuller, Joey Danger grew up in the small town of Cocoa, Florida, and always harboured the big dreams of becoming a musician, filmmalker, media artist, and producer. Now he lives in New York City, and is working hard to make those dreams come true.

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Tim Muddiman & The Strange’s Second Album ‘Domino Blitz’ Is Gloriously Grungy Rock

The new album from Tim Muddiman & The Strange, ‘Domino Blitz’ feels like it draws something from Bowie’s ‘Diamond Dogs’. There’s a distinctly dystopian vibe to the twelve track record, the follow up to Tim’s 2016 debut, ‘Paradise Runs Deeper’. It’s dark and deep, and moody, but it’s what you might expect from Muddiman if you’re familiar with his previous releases.

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R-Wan – ‘Sexual Chemistry’ ft. Farah Ash

R-Wan is the DJ of the future, with unforgettable performances in clubs to festivals, and his collaborations, with artists such as Snoop Dogg, and Fatman Scoop, have seen him rise to the top of many a playlist.

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