Activist Kika Angelic Releases Debut Single, ‘Where Are You Jeff?’

‘Where Are You Jeff?’ is Kika Angelic’s heartfelt plea to contact Jeff Bezos, owner of Amazon, in order to get him to intervene and restore her to the Amazon community. Kika has a gofundme fundraiser to enable people to help her in her cause.

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Producer Zaab Releases Topical Single, ‘Wake Up Everybody’

Manchester-born, but now Australian based producer, Zaab, is set to release a very topical new single, this coming Saturday, 11 April. ‘Wake Up Everybody’ has taken its inspiration from the political events of the past five years, and is just as relevant in today’s uncertain times.

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The Cry – ‘This Hazy Morning’

With more than a hint of Echo And The Bunnymen (very much reminiscent of ‘Pretty In Pink’), The Cry return with their latest single, ‘This Hazy Morning’, the follow up to their previous release, ‘It Is As It Seems’, which came out late last year. The Cry will later this year – all things being equal – release their first LP since 1990.

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Shasta – ‘Closer’

A few weeks ago we brought Shasta into your lives, with their single, ‘Roaming Hearts’, a fresh and airy track that took you all the way back to The Summer Of Love.

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Maximillian Returns With ‘Still Alive’

Danish artist Maximillian has today released the video for his new single, ‘Still Alive’, the title track to his latest EP.

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Michael Pinder – ‘Soar’

The video for Michael Pinder’s latest single, ‘Soar’, shot by Rob Fitzgerald, captures him in a beautiful setting – it’s northern California, so it’s raining; he’s not the main character however, he’s merely the narrator, telling the story of a woman’s journey from resignation to overwhelming confidence.

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In Conjunction With Release Of New Single, ‘Holding On’, We Speak With NATIIVE And KTJ & Carly

‘Holding On’, the new single from NATIIVE and KTJ & CARLY is out today. We caught up with the producer/artist and sister duo and asked them about the song, their collaboration, and their inspirations.

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Shara Vallee – ‘Tipsy’ And ‘Young, Wild And Free’

Shara Vallée is from the tiny West Indies island of Anguilla, and the singer and performer is set to explode on the world with her silky smooth vocals. We present to you two of her songs, as well as the official videos, for ‘Tipsy’, and ‘Young, Wild And Free’. When Shara Vallée becomes a massive international star, don’t forget where you heard it first!

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Kdot – ‘Vintage Girls’

San Diego hip hop artist Kdot’s latest single, ‘Vintage Girls’, goes to show that DIY isn’t such a bad thing, and that we should expect great things from this guy.

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MariBased1 – ‘Mystery Girl’

MariBased1 has been on our radar for a while now, and the inner-city Seattle rapper’s latest track, ‘Mystery Girl’, seems set to continue in the success trend as his other releases, ‘Bouncin’, and ‘Score’n’.

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Sun & Flesh – ‘Dig In Deep’

Sun & Flesh know that hard rock is all about making sharp snaps between clean and dirty sounds; the juxtaposition of heavy and light, comfort and terror that makes the best rock songs, well, rock. The band’s very name does it too – the comfort giving sun in congruence with the ominous sounding flesh.

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Nicky Romero Shows That True Love Has No Use-By Date In New Single ‘Stay’, Featuring Vocals By Moa Lisa

Dutch DJ, producer, and remixer Nicky Romero’s latest single, ‘Stay’, is testament to the belief that excitement, love, ecstasy, and euphoria don’t have to be short lived experiences, they can stand the test of time.

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Riley ft V$ Asad – ‘Fasho’

Riley is from Harlem, in New York City. He’s an up and coming rapper, but he’s also an athlete, an actor, a comedian (unintentionally) and most of all, a dream chaser. His latest single, ‘Fasho’, featuring V$ Asad, is the first taste of Riley’s upcoming album, ‘First Quarter’, and the music video has already found its way onto BET Jams.

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It’s All ‘Dolla Signs’ For Miami’s Teenear

Miami native Teenear is the latest signing to Slip-N-Slide Records, and the RnB natural has wasted no time in releasing her new single, ‘Dolla Signs’, the follow up to her previous releases – girl-power anthem ‘Friday Night’, featuring Sage The Gemini, ‘I Like That’, featuring Lil’ Baby, and 2018’s ‘Need Your Love’.

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#Jedward Reschedule #VoiceOfARebel U.K. Tour Dates Because Of #COVID_19

It’s only March and already it’s been a tough year for all live performers because of the COVID-19 pandemic. No less so than Jedward, who back in January announced their Voice Of A Rebel U.K. tour dates, to originally take place in May. Fast forward to just a few weeks later and the duo have had to reschedule. Today they announced the new dates for their tour.

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Jon Patrick Walker Channels Bowie In Latest Single ‘All-Night Diner’

Full on channelling early David Bowie, Jon Patrick Walker returns with his latest single, ‘All-Night Diner’, which was released on March 13. Jon’s new album, ‘The Rented Tuxedo And Other Songs’ comes out on June 12.

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King Ropes Shine A Light On The Current World Situation With Cover Of Classic Ray Charles Song, ‘The Danger Zone’

Back in July last year we brought King Ropes to the attention of EP readers. The group, who describe themselves as a “psychedelic, hard country garage roots rock band” (what a mouthful!) will be releasing their latest album, ‘Go Back Where They Came From’, on May 22. The album comprises 12 songs, all tracks by legendary artists, some well known, others less so. The first single from the record is the Ray Charles track, ‘The Danger Zone’ – a timely song if ever there was one.

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Tears Getting Sober: Bulgaria’s 2020 Eurovision Entry Victoria Speaks To EP Ahead Of Live Stream Gig On 28 March

Bulgaria’s 2020 Eurovision act VICTORIA recently released her entry for the 2020 competition. ‘Tears Getting Sober’ – out now – is a beautifully produced piece of orchestral pop, full of magical strings reminiscent of a show-stopping Disney ballad. Ahead of the event, we asked Victoria some questions about Eurovision, her music, and her upcoming livestream.

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Sami Thompson – ‘Lifeline’

While we’re all caught up in self-isolation at the moment, it’s important to think about our friends and family, and maybe celebrate those we love, and drop them a quick “thank you” for being there. Pop singer Sami Thompson knows what it’s like to have that best friend who’s always there for her, and in ‘Lifeline’ she’s dedicated an entire song to that person.

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John Paciga – ‘No One Else’

We’ve been talking about John Paciga for years now and yet, somehow, this musical supernova is still only 19. Now at Yale, where he’s the musical director of that University’s century-old a cappella group, ‘The Yale Spizzwinks(?)’, he’s honed his voice and performance skills and has also managed to write new music, including his latest release, ‘No One Else’, straight off the back of a summer tour.

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