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New Music From ALT-J ‘Deadcrush’

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ALT-J have released the new video for ‘Deadcrush’. The gripping short film is set in a depopulated, post-human world of the far future, where an ageing super computer runs simulations of long-dead historical figures to pass the time. DEADCRUSH is the latest track to be lifted from the band’s third album RELAXER. Released on 2 June, the album flew into the Top 10 of the UK album chart and, in…

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New single: CHILDRENN – Royal Fever

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NEW SINGLE FROM FORTHCOMING ALBUM PRODUCED BY RANDALL DUNN While the band CHILDRENN is fresh on the scene, each of its four members have a wealth of experience from other high-profile Danish acts. Collectively, these acts include Psyched Up Janis, The Raveonettes, The Good The Bad, SPEKTR, Sort Sol, Mechanical Bird, Kloster, Hymns From Nineveh and Baby Woodrose If you’re familiar with Danish rock, you know the CHILDRENN line-up is like…

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Album review: Violmace “Within The Beast”

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A lyrical masterpiece, but falling short in some areas: The Copenhagen five-piece has released their debut album, and this might have been one of the hardest reviews I’ve done so far. Deemed by the band as melodic Scandinavian rock, it was recorded and mixed by the legendary Flemming Rasmussen (Metallica, a.o.), and produced by the, just as legendary, but unfortunately late, Jan Langhoff (Aqua, a.o.). This combination should be the…

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SAWTHIS releases fourth album

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Italian SAWTHIS releases fourth album “Babhell” on Mighty Music One of Target/Mighty Music’s latest signings – Italian SAWTHIS, released their fourth album through Mighty Music on March 24th 2017. If you’re into hardcore, check out the brand new video “This String Is For Your Neck”, which is available on most mediums. Strong live attitude and deep focus on the composition: this is the best definition of the modern thrashers SAWTHIS,…

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Cage The Elephant Share New ‘Unpeeled’ Video

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Cage The Elephant have shared the live music video for “Sweetie Little Jean”. Originally featured on their GRAMMY® Awards winner album ‘Tell Me I’m Pretty’, the stripped down version of the song is featured on Unpeeled, the band’s new album, out on 28 July. Cage The Elephant are currently touring throughout Europe and have confirmed dates at some of the continent’s largest festivals, including France’s Main Square Festival, Spain’s Mad…

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NEW MUSIC: Starsailor ‘Listen To Your Heart’

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Starsailor have just unleashed an energetic new song, Listen To Your Heart, from their forthcoming fifth album, fusing the familiar string-laden harmonies with gritty guitars and the unmistakable, gorgeous vocals of James Walsh. It’s been an agonising eight long years since their last studio album (not including their 2015 Greatest Hits release), meaning that it was absolutely paramount for the band to come back with a song that would hit…

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NEW MUSIC: Steve Vai ‘Modern Primitive’

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27th June 2017 – Virtuoso guitarist and visionary composer Steve Vai will release “Modern Primitive on July 7th, 2017 through Favored Nations Entertainment, the indie label founded by Vai in 1999. Originally included as a companion disk to Vai’s 25th anniversary release of his seminal “Passion and Warfare” CD, “Modern Primitive” will be released by itself as the 7th instalment of the Steve Vai “Secret Jewel Box,” an ambitious 10…

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NEW MUSIC: Chris Reardon ‘Spiders’

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Chris Reardon releases his brand-new single ‘Spiders’ on June 27th via his own Strange Comfort Records. Written and produced by Chris, ‘Spiders’ was recorded in Brixton, and was mastered by Robin Schmidt (Ben Howard, Michael Kiwanuka, The Vaccines). The track is taken form the forthcoming ‘From The Outside In’ EP – due for release in August. The follow up to last month’s ‘Bends’ (premiered by Clash Magazine), ‘Spiders’ is Chris…

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NEW MUSIC: The Roasts ‘Havana’

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The Roasts are back after their Debut EP ‘A Night Of Fright Is No Delight’ New single by Manchester band, The Roasts The Roasts are back after their successful debut EP released earlier in the year with new single ‘Havana’.  A hybrid of 80’s pop, and the current indie scene, this single is a great follow-up to their EP ‘A Night Of Fright Is No Delight’, which went down a…

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NEW MUSIC: Cabezudos ‘Tempting Fate’

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Cabezudos are back after their 2016 debut EP ‘She Waits’. After their well received debut EP came out in 2016, Cabezudos have come back on the music scene with their new single, ‘Tempting Fate’. The blues rock/alternative 4 piece really show off their talent, and also their influences with this new single. The song starts with a slightly Led Zep/Black Sabbath intro, with heavy bass, and classic rock guitar tone,…

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Anteros Reveal ‘Cherry Pop’

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Today, Anteros reveal the video for their new single ‘Cherry Drop’, the latest to be released from their new EP ‘Drunk’ which is out now on Distiller Records. To celebrate the release, the band will play a headline show at London’s Sebright Arms on April 27th. Watch the video for ‘Cherry Drop’ here, featuring cameos from Two Door Cinema Club and Sundara Karma. Anteros are a London indie pop four-piece…

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The Kendall Connection Reveal Their True Colours

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Independent music (often shortened to indie music or indie) is music produced independently from major commercial record labels or their subsidiaries, a process that may include an autonomous, do-it-yourself approach to recording and publishing.(Wikipedia). The Kendall Connection have taken this on board and are about to take the music industry by storm. Formed in 2016 by a group of extremely talented and very experienced session musicians, the lads have been…

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LISTEN: Palace Motion Release Debut Self Titled EP

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Debut EP from Northern Four-piece Palace Motion Indie four piece Palace Motion have kicked off their career in great style with their self titled, debut EP ‘Palace Motion’. After a couple of years building a fan base in Clitheroe and Manchester, they decided it was time they got an EP under their belts, and they have done so in great style. Kicking thing off on their EP with ‘Dog House’, a…

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The Moods Live From Review, Media City, Manchester

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On a balmy rare Manchester, summer evening in June; a host of local music press were invited to the official press premiere of “Joy”; a mini film showcasing the release of “Joy” from The Moods. FOTF went along to have a nosey and enjoy some posh nibbles in a plush Media City viewing studio! “The Moods” are about to embark on a U.K. tour to support the forthcoming release (Late…

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NEW MUSIC: From Royal Blood’s ‘How did we get so dark?’

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After a highly successful, award winning debut album back in 2014, (which resulted in them playing Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds… …T in the Park and Radio 1’s big weekend and Download) and possibly the best start to a career they could have asked for, supporting acts like Arctic Monkeys, and Foo Fighters, and being given the thumbs up by both Dave Grohl and Jimmy Page, Brighton boys, Mike Kerr and…

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NEW MUSIC: Paramore ‘After Laughter Review’

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It’s been a whirlwind of a month for Tenessee trio Paramore. With the release of their 5th album ‘After Laughter’ hitting shelves a little over a month ago, fans have had the time to really sink their teeth in to a completely new sound. Moving away from the days of head banging riffs, After Laughter shows how the band has matured. Despite losing a member, then regaining an old member,…

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MUSIC REVIEW: Foo Fighters ‘Run’

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Since the dawn of the millennium, no band has managed to maintain constant success and longevity like Foo Fighters have. Unlike many of their contemporaries, most of whom either faded into the back pages and footnotes of rock history, or tragically died in their prime, Foo Fighters’ success never seemed fade. Formed in the ashes of Dave Grohl’s Nirvana career, Foo Fighters are arguably modern rock’s most famous act, after…

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Muse ‘Dig Down’

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As bands get older, they often morph and change their sound, and few bands have done this more than Muse. Muse first burst onto the rock scene in late 90’s, with the release of their early EP’s, and subsequently their first album, ‘Origin of Symmetry’. Despite having a constantly evolving and morphing sound, which arguably has alienated most casual listeners from their later releases, their hardcore following remains loyal, and…

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NEW MUSIC: RedFaces ‘Rise Up’

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Sheffield’s RedFaces return with a new single ‘Wise Up’, the follow up to last year’s incendiary debut ‘Kerosene’ which made top 5 on the indie vinyl chart. The band played The Great Escape Festival in Brighton last week, and will soon play Dot to Dot, Community and Truck Festival, with more to be announced. It’s already been a jam-packed year for the band, from playing a sold out set at…

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Jack Ladder ‘Susan’

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Jack Ladder has just released his new single Susan This is the first new music from Ladder and his band The Dreamlanders since their 2014 acclaimed album ‘Playmates’, which featured Sharon Van Etten on two tracks. Ladder’s baritone still sounds amazing and the track has a slow, disco feel to it. Having supported the likes of Florence And The Machine, Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten Weyes Blood and Alex Cameron…

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