The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Penny Bridges

Wolverhampton singer songwriter Penny Bridges gives us her Essential Weekly Playlist.

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Alexandra Is No ‘Criminal’ With Single Release

With a rocky and energetic style, Australian alternative artist Alexandra releases her single, ‘Criminal’, on April 1.

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Tor Miller at The Courtyard, Hoxton, London – 25th February 2016

Steve Holley caught the recent London performance of NY singer, Tor Miller. We’ll bring Steve’s review of Tom’s debut album soon.

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Temporary Hero Reimagines Classic ‘Tusk’

Retro electronic artist Temporary Hero gives Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Tusk’ a treatment like you’d never believe, but won’t be able to stop listening to.

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80s Sound with a Classic Twist from Some Velvet Morning

North London band Some Velvet Morning are releasing a single a month for 2016. They will headline on March 4 at Camden’s Roundhouse.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Erin Vivers Ferguson

Erin Vivers Ferguson, a singer songwriter from Falkirk, Scotland, gives us her Essential Weekly Playlist.

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Daniel Pearson – ‘Alone, Together’

The third album by singer songwriter Daniel Pearson, ‘Alone, Together’ was released earlier this year.

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ICE QUEEN – Electro Diamond Delaire Shares Her Belief

With her crystal clear vocals it’s no surprise that singer songwriter Delaire – Jenny Burdon to her friends – chose to name herself after a…

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: The Rising

This week’s Essential Playlist comes from a band we’ve covered a lot on Essentially Pop: The Rising, from Belfast.

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The Pinstripe Pigeon Band – ‘Sound Asleep’

Electronic outfit The Pinstripe Pigeon Band are set to release their latest EP Sound Asleep in August and it looks set to become the soundtrack to everyone’s summer!

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The Corrs: Talk on Corners

The Corrs released their second album, “Talk on Corners” in Ireland in late 1997, following it up with a US release in April 1998.

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