Sister Duo Bringing The Party With Their Latest Single, This Is Walker County

Walker County is a sister duo from Sulphur Springs IN, a town of 390 people. Ivey Dene and Sophie Dawn would take frequent trips to Nashville from Sulphur Springs very early on, busking on lower Broadway. In fact, the first time the sister duo busked on Broadway Ivey was 12 and Sophie was 9 years old. Bitten by the performance bug the sisters started playing fairs and festivals until about 7 years ago, this duo made the move to Nashville permanently to pursue their passion for music full time.

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Introducing million And New Single, ‘mess we made’

Making music inspired by the 1980s, million are a trio based in Melbourne, Australia. The group released their debut single, ‘problem’, earlier in the year, and now return with their second single, ‘mess we made’.

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Grey Whistle Test Releases Latest Single ‘Nylon’

Australian indie band, Grey Whistle Test, are set to release their new single, ‘Nylon’, on 22 January, an homage to friendship.

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Australian Girl Group H3rizon Releases Latest Single, ‘Maniac’ Ahead Of Upcoming Album

Australian girl group H3rizon takes us back to the classic 90s girls group sound of Destiny’s Child, and TLC with their new single ‘Maniac’. The song comes ahead of the release of their new album.

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EV Kain – ‘Overpour’

Jon Sortland and Brian Belier accidentally became a band while singing Duran Duran’s ‘Rio’ at a Karaoke bar in San Francisco’s Japantown. When they woke up from their whiskey hangovers they realised it hadn’t been a dream, the people in the bar (all five of them) had cheered for them, and they had stumbled on their calling.

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Introducing… aliensdontringdoorbells

Touching down from outer space and landing directly into your ear holes comes the exciting new, genre-defying band, aliensdontringdoorbells. Remaining relatively enigmatic with only the phrase “we are amongst you” appearing in social media bios, here’s what we do know about the elusive rockers…

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Premiere: On The Outside Ask ‘Why Me’ With New Video For Latest Single

The last time we’d heard On The Outside was back in July last year, when they covered the Jedward song, ‘How Did You Know’, which appeared on the Irish duo’s 2012 album, ‘Young Love’. Now On The Outside return with their new single, ‘Why Me’, out 12 June.

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Pop Band The Vision Releases Latest Single ‘Right Now’

‘Right Now’ is the latest single from Essex pop-rock band, The Vision. The song is written about taking control of your own story, and is accompanied by a music video rich in imagery and symbolism, and featuring members of the LGBT+ community.

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LA Independents FAMES Release Brand New Alt-Pop Single, ‘what do i call u? (ex sounds wrong)’

When you hear a band is inspired by the likes of 80’s synthesizer pop music, and artists including Maroon 5, Coldplay, LANY, New Order, and U2, then you know you’ve got someone intriguing on your hands. Add to that said band, after first meeting outside a bar in Nashville, then packed up their lives and headed out to LA, and you have no doubt this is someone you want to listen to.

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CLIFFFS – ‘Manatee’

Released on February 14, ‘Manatee’ by CLIFFFS (yes, with three Fs) is from their new album, ‘Panic Attack’. The punk band from Dallas is fronted by John Dufilho, best known for being a member of Deathray Davies, and Apples In Stereo.

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Icelandic Artist Gunnar The Fifth Unveils Stirring Alt-Pop Jam ‘Fell Off A Ledge’

Originally from a small fishing village in the far north of Iceland, Gunnar The Fifth aka Gunnar Valdimarsson is one third of an alt-pop act and world-renown tattoo artist, now based in Oslo, Norway. The new single, ‘Fell Off A Ledge’, along with its accompanying music video, comes from their forthcoming debut EP, which is set for release in April.

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH DARE YOU NOT TO ABOUT TOUR AND BAND LIFE

Dare You Not To are a UK 5 piece boyband made up of Huw, Brodie, Dushane, Max and Chase. Although they’ve been together less tahn a year, their social media followers are increasing every day, ensuring that DYNT are certainly a boyband you need to know about.

Amy got the chance to speak to the boys about tour life and their future plans.

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Mount Hudson – ‘Lakeside Water’

Indie music project Mount Hudson takes the acoustic traditions of American folk and imbues it with modern pop sensibilities. The brainchild of Brooklyn New York artist Dave Yim, who plays acoustic guitar and provides vocals, ‘Lakeside Water’ sees him joined by a cast of seeming thousands, including Marcus Bagala (mandolin, electric guitar), Rob Heath (drums), Andrew Miramonti (organ), and Claire Wellin on violin.

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Sea Girls Release New Single ‘Ready For More’

As they gear up for a huge 2020, Sea Girls have kicked off the year being hotly tipped by media across the board. Sea Girls unleash their dynamic new anthem ‘Ready For More’, taken from their forthcoming new EP ‘Under Exit Lights’ – out March 6th on Polydor and available on limited edition 12’’ vinyl, CD and all Digital Service Providers.

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The Essential Advent Calendar: December 24

The Essential Advent Calendar: December 24 – Christmas Party Memories

It’s our second last door on the Essential Advent Calendar, and today we have some musical artists talking about their favourite Christmas party memories.

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH LAVENGRO! WE TALK LOVE ME AND TOURS!

  Lavengro are a five-piece pop band based in Derry, Northern Ireland, comprising Gareth Borrow (vocals), Dave Healy (guitar), Emmet McDaid (bass) Jack Kyle…

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Calvin Cofield & Kimberly Rice Cofield – ‘I’m Straight’

‘I’m Straight’, by Calvin Cofield and Kimberly Rice-Cofield is a rap song with a difference. The video directs us to words from the Book of Isaiah, in the Old Testament. Chapter 53, Verse 5, talks about God’s sacrifice and man’s culpability; and the power of His Word to heal.

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GOOD THINGS COME IN THREES FOR MANCHESTER’S NXTGEN

Manchester-based trio NXTGEN is back with another sublime pop tune. The band who consist of Cian Gleeson, Joel Healey and Sonny Hardman shot to fame on the ITV talent show, The Voice. ‘I Don’t Know How to Dance’ is the follow up to their previous single ‘Embrace’ which was released earlier this year.

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Triple Island – ‘FÊTE’

Vocalists Neysa, Cuppa, and Yola each represent a different island, and collectively they carry the sound of the tropics with them.

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KODIAK – ‘Alone’

‘Alone’, the new single from KODIAK, follows on from their previous release, ‘Goodbye’, and is even more brash, fiery, and catchy than its forerunner.

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