Everyone Is Dirty – ‘Paper Cutout’

‘Paper Cutout’ is the first single and video from the upcoming new album, ‘eine kleine jukebox baby’ of Oakland California post-punk rock band, Everyone Is Dirty. The album is set for release on October 30.

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Hēran Soun – ‘When You Wanted’

James Freeman-Turner’s nom de plume, Hēran Soun, comes with an interesting story. The artist was born with severe hearing loss, which became total loss over time. Freeman-Turner had a number of operations, as well as many years of speech therapy, and managed to regain both his hearing and his voice. The result has been an obsession with music, and a unique perspective on sound.

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Casual Fog – ‘Comin’ For Thee’

From Northern California comes Casual Fog, not a description of a weather formation, although they really do know their fogs up that way, having a variety of them, depending on whether you’re on the coast or in the valleys. But Casual Fog is the brainchild of Ryan Donnelly, who’s so far, over the past 15 years, released 9 albums and EPs. ‘Comin’ For Thee’, from the latest album, ‘In Still Delight’, which was released on September 18, rolls in stealthily, just like the fog in the band’s name, and before you know it, you’re completely subsumed.

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Toryia Releases Latest Pop Single, ‘Marilyn’

Set for release this Friday, 25 September, Latvian born singer songwriter’s latest single, ‘Marilyn’, is an empowering message to be yourself for women all over the world.

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Afro Pop Artist Kutsan Releases Latest Single, ‘Newe’

Kutsan’s latest single, the light and airy ‘Newe’, is an afro pop love song, celebrating the feeling of love when it is brand new. The artist combines the use of both English and the Shona language, and the song is a glorious celebration of both his culture and language.

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Viktorija Faith Releases Latest Single ‘Pray’

London-based R&B singer songwriter Viktorija Faith has released her latest single, ‘Pray’. The self-produced track, while subtle, nonetheless is emotionally charged, and is a fine example of independent female creativity.

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Producer And DJ FLEIV Releases Latest Single, ‘Cover It Up’

FLEIV is a rising Peruvian DJ and producer, who makes it his mission to push the boundaries of what’s expected from dance music. His latest single, ‘Cover It Up’, takes different elements from house sub-genres, and fuses and experiments with them, creating an infectiously catchy sound.

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Aaron Beri Releases Latest Single, ‘In My Blood’

Set for release on 25 September, Aaron Beri’s latest single, ‘In My Blood’, is a heart-wrenching story of frustrated love. The young pop/R&B singer, from Sydney Australia, has managed to amass a huge following across all social media, and his previous release, ‘Just Wanna Love You’, has so far garnered over 300K streams on Spotify alone.

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Wankelmut Puts Spin On SHAMAÏ’s ‘Burst’

Out now and nailing it as a remix is the Wankelmut version of ‘Burst,’ a track originally created by singer, songwriter and producer SHAMAÏ. The Berlin based Wankelmut has been prolific since breaking into the dance scene in 2012, and has gone on to deliver records like ‘Ayahuasca’ and ‘Can’t Force Love.’

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Paris Bennett – ‘Opposites Attract’

Paris Bennett’s latest single, ‘Opposites Attract’, accompanied by a gorgeous animated lyric video created by Oliver Twixt, shows that she’s not lost any of that blitheness, nor innocence, that saw her win the hearts of millions of viewers in Season 5 of American Idol.

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Sharon Hendrix – ‘Adaleigh (Run Away)’ 

Sharon Hendrix is back with her new single, ‘Adaleigh (Run Away)’. We introduced readers to the powerhouse vocals of this artist and her single, ‘Believe And Become’ only a few weeks ago. Now she returns and it’s definitely not too soon to hear her gorgeous voice.

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System Machine – ‘In Dust We Trust’ 

Northern Irish industrial and metal band System Machine growl their sage advice to “Pay attention to what Mother Nature says”, with ‘In Dust We Trust’, their latest single. The question we need to ask ourselves is – are we heeding the warning?

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ASHRR ‘WAVES’ 

‘Waves’, the latest single from Los Angeles band ASHRR, in its synthy, introspective escapism, is the perfect release for a band who is making…well…waves…in LAs underground rock scene.

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Glorybots – ‘Radiate’

On the surface, ‘Radiate’, by Glorybots, is a love song to and about California, but dig a little deeper and you realise that there’s so much more: it’s a song of exploration and the wonders of discovery, and we the listeners are invited along for the ride.

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Jonathan Lykes – ‘I Love Being Black’ 

Activist and educator Jonathan Lykes has seen his fair share of street protests, and the talented musician has decided to throw his own hat into the ring, with his inspiring anthem, ‘I Love Being Black’.

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Stevie Bill “Better” Single Review

There’s a term that I use a lot for mid-tempo, danceable tracks where the rhythm physically moves me. Songs where I can’t help but smile as they begin and feel completely willing to go down whatever road they want to take me down. Sway, that’s my term for songs like Stevie Bill’s “Better”, and this song has sway for days.

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Tisha Hunter – ‘Right Now’ 

Born and raised in Harlem, New York City, Gospel artist Tisha Hunter is no stranger to the music industry, having achieved great success in the early 1990s as part of the RnB girl group, Ex-Girlfriend, who were signed to Warner/Reprise by music biz legend, Benny Medina. Their song, ‘Why Can’t You Come Home’ hit the number 3 spot on the Billboard charts. They followed this up with appearances on Soul Train, BET, Showtime At The Apollo, world tours, music videos, and on movie soundtracks. Ex-Girlfriend was the opening act for Prince in 1992 at the Jack the Rapper music convention, and were later invited to perform at his club in Minneapolis.

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T-Klassiq – ‘Overcome’

Originally from Nigeria but now living in Montreal, Canada, T-Klassiq takes pop music and instils in it the iconic afro-beat sound of his home country. Taking inspiration from Western artists, the likes of Michael Jackson, and Akon, along with fellow African creatives such as Fela Anikulapo, and Kuti, T-Klassiq has melded for himself a beautiful Afro-pop sound, which is perfectly showcased in his new single, ‘Overcome’.

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AV Super Sunshine – ‘Baby Goodbye 2020’

AV Super Sunshine’s new single isn’t that at all. It’s a new arrangement. Originally released in 2014, ‘Baby Goodbye’ was followed by a hip-hop remix video, and 3 years later, ‘Baby Goodbye 2017 Dance’, a club-flavoured house-remix. ‘Baby Goodbye 2020’ is an updated take on the original, effortlessly smooth-gliding, while combining modern sounds with a heavy dose of retro-guitar heavy 60s psych, 70s hard rock, and soulful female vocals.

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Big Lou – ‘Redemption’ 

Camden New Jersey native Big Lou had everything torn out from beneath him, but he has big dreams and even bigger ambitions to get it up and higher than he ever was before.

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