DUBLIN ALTERNATIVE POP BAND MILK. RELEASE FIRST LIVE STUDIO SESSION SINCE COVID-19

Covid-19 has had a profound effect on the Irish music industry with live performances being its greatest loss. The industry is fighting back with new ways to share live music.

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Every Breath You Take: Jedward’s John Grimes Releases Previously Unseen HD Acoustic Cover Of The Police Classic

Jedward have kept their fans entertained during the COVID-19 quarantine, which they had been spending in Los Angeles, with best friend, actress Tara Reid, during which time they were interviewed on ITV’s ‘ITV’s ‘Loose Women’. Now back in Dublin, John has uploaded an acoustic guitar cover of The Police classic, ‘Every Breath You Take’.

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Desert Sessions - Photo Credit Andreas Neumann

Joshua Homme’s Desert Sessions Release New Music Videos In Association With The New York Film Academy

Joshua Homme’s Desert Sessions collective is proud to unveil the first fruits of its expansion into visual collaboration: Homme’s recent meetings with students at the New York Film Academy’s Los Angeles campus have resulted in unique works by two filmmakers, each of whom was given a production budget to translate the music and lyrics of the Desert Sessions into their own vision.

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Jedward And James Newman To Perform In Upcoming Eurovision Home Concerts

With the Eurovision Song Contest called off this year because of the COVID-19 crisis, Eurovision has been doing their very best to keep fans happy by providing plenty of content. In fact, there’s been so much incredible content that it could be hoped this will continue to be on offer once things go back to normal.

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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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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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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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Triple Treat From Roberto Domino Basile And Friends With ‘Preciosa’ (ft. Katie Jade), ‘Silent Fire’ (ft. Katie Jade) and ‘0-1 September’ (ft. Cristina Caro)

Roberto Domino Basile has the certain skill of being able to put together a formidable arrangement. He’s enlisted the help of many breath-taking singers, such as Katie Jade, whose voice empowers ‘Preciosa’, and ‘Silent Fire’, and Cristina Caro, who puts in a spine-tingling performance on ‘0-1 September’.

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Lumineers – ‘III’

Set for release this Friday, 13 September, ‘III’ by The Lumineers, is not just their third long player, but it’s also a concept album divided into 3 parts, focusing on the fictional Sparks family, Gloria, Junior, and Jimmy.

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SAYONNE ft. K-Starr – ‘6 (Ignited)’ And ‘2 Worlds (Remember)’

Sayonne’s Caribbean infused RnB is a hot and festive party starter; deeply personal, and at the same time, beautifully graceful. Her voice evokes both the beaches of Trinidad, and the clubs of Los Angeles. All of this is amply demonstrated in her singles, ‘6 (Ignited)’, and ‘2 Worlds (Remember)’.

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Get Ready For The Sunshine Festival: Just Over Three Weeks To Go!

With just over three weeks to go until the Sunshine Festival, we take a look at three of the bands performing: Scouting For Girls, Jedward, and Busted.

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Dan Says – Week Twenty One

Dan’s had a really nice week actually…

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Biting Elbows Give Us What We Want With ‘Heartache’ And ‘Control’

It’s an interesting name, Biting Elbows. We thought that last year when we introduced the Moscow-based band to our readers: our opinion hasn’t changed. We’re pleased to bring two more songs from the indie band whose music is notable for its dark undertones – ‘Heartache’, and ‘Control’. Naturally, there’s videos as well.

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Unintended Strangers Meet Across The Internet And Make Beautiful Music Together With Cross World Collaboration

The Internet has definitely taken a hold of most of our lives, and ultimately it’s up to us to decide if we’re going to let it rule our lives, or embrace it and let it work for us. The latter is certainly the case for Unintended Strangers, an indie/folk duo comprising Robert Griffin in the US, and Chloe Danz, of New Zealand, who after a chance meeting online back in November 2017 decided to join forces as a musical project.

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Peter’s Playlist: Summing up Eurovision 2019 in Tel-Aviv

Eurovision is over for another year, with The Netherlands taking the crown for the first time in 44 years and the UK propping up the scoreboard (certainly not for the first time). Our Eurovision correspondent Peter Dunwoody was at the event last week and has summed up his time in Tel Aviv with 12 essential tracks from the trip.

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What To Expect From Tonight’s Eurovision Semi-Final

Greetings once again from sunny Tel Aviv, as we reach the business end of Eurovision week. On Tuesday, ten countries qualified for the final including Iceland and San Marino for the first time since 2014, and seven went home including the departure of Eurovision veteran Joci Papai from Hungary and Darude from Finland.

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Dan Says – Week Eleven

Not gonna lie; its been quite a low key week for me. I’ve currently saving super hard for my trip to Baltimore next month among other exciting things but it really has got me thinking about things happening. I realised that unless the occasion involves alcohol I’m often not partial to attendance. I spent Thursday & Friday drinking away at the local pub; drinking the night away with colleagues and smoking just a little too much. We’ll look back on these occasions with such fondness, even if they do end with myself jumping into the back of a cab enroute to a hook up I 100% should not be pursuing.

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Dan Says – Week Nine

Brunch has got to be one of my favourite occasions of the week…kicking back with an avocado based something and an unusual coloured drink… that’s exactly what I had at the wonderful Melange Restaurants in Crouch End.

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10cc/Godley & Creme Legend Kevin Godley Creates New Videos For 10cc Concerts

Is this a 10cc reunion? Well, sort of…. Former band member and legendary director Kevin Godley has created 2 new videos for Graham Gouldman’s touring version of 10cc. This is not the first time the two founding band members have collaborated. Godley and Gouldman created some fascinating new music back in 2006 under the guise GG/06, in which the track used for one of the videos “Son of Man” was created.

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