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NEW MUSIC: Rinôçérôse ‘Angels & Demons’

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Originally formed in Montpellier in 1995 by the duo ‘Patou’ Patrice Carrié (bass) and Jean-Philippe Freu (guitar), rinôçérôse have grown into a modern art collective. Currently completing the line-up are guitarists Florian Brinker and Rémi Saboul, drummer Frédéric Pace and singer Bnann (formerly of The Infadels). Next month rinôçérôse release their sixth studio album ‘Angels And Demons’ on London based label Station 5 Ltd. Influenced as much by British rock (The Rolling Stones, Happy Mondays, Primal Scream), and shoegaze (My Bloody Valentine, Ride) as cutting edge electronica (Daft Punk, Morgan Geist), rinôçérôse work their art into an elaborate patchwork that…

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NEW MUSIC: The King’s Parade ‘Haze’

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Acclaimed London-based quartet, The King’s Parade, unleash their first musical offering in two years in the form of ‘Haze’. The new single is the first release of brand-new music following the band’s 2015 début EP Vagabond. Regarding the new song, the band have said: ‘Haze describes the feeling of helplessness when you fall hard for someone. You’re drawn in and you indulge yourself in the moment. You surrender to that feeling and see where it takes you.’ Frontman Olly Corpe has the vocal quality of a well-seasoned crooner, which when mixed with the beautiful, soulful, blues-rich melodies, makes for a…

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Record Of The Week: Dead! ‘Enough, Enough, Enough’

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One of the hottest young bands to emerge over the past few months are London based four piece Dead! Their guitar laden, anthemic new single ‘Enough, Enough, Enough’ is out today! Singer Alex Mountford says of the track “Its a really critical self evaluation’ Covering the shortfalls and negative aspects of my personality. But hopefully people can find common ground with it, maybe question their shortfalls too. Sometimes there comes a point when you have to say i’ve had enough.” Dead! were barely out of their teens when they formed and with a raging fire in their belly, embarked on…

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Music News: Skinny Lister Announce Tour Dates

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Hot off the heels of a sold out UK tour in support of current album ‘The Devil, The Heart & The Fight’, Skinny Lister announce a run of even bigger venues for Spring 2017. Having just played to a packed out London, Garage, Skinny Lister will return to the capital to conquer the famous Scala venue in Kings Cross as well as their biggest ever venues across the country. The tour followed a support slot on an enormous European arena tour with American punk/folk legends Dropkick Murphys which included shows at London Brixton Academy, Munich’s Zenith venue and the 7000 capacity…

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New Music: Idles ‘Mother’

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IDLES met as a quintet at the death of the indie scene in Bristol and began making visceral and sometimes unlistenable post-punk to a growing crowd. They began with their own club night Batcave and practicing religiously until they felt they had found their sound and their live show; with that in check they have now completed their first album and are savaged in hunger to play their music. They want to give themselves and their art to the audience in a concise and violent way unrivalled by their peers. They have no qualms in terrifying and entertaining in the…

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Music news: Petrol Girls announce UK Tour

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Petrol Girls’ Ren Aldridge “cannot wait to come back over to the UK, see friends and have a proper good shout.” The band will hit the road in March and April, with several newly-announced headline shows, festival appearances and a stint supporting Strike Anywhere. Ren elaborates “I’m definitely not the only one feeling a bit overwhelmed by the state of politics right now, and touring always ends up being a great way of meeting people to rage, dance, hug and organise with. We’re also collecting phone video submissions to put together a video for our song Touch Me Again, which…

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Record Of The Week: Maker ‘Move Your Feet’

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Maker Make Their Mark… The Kent band formed in 2011 and released their debut EP that included track ‘Run & Hide’, ‘Tell Me Im Wrong’ and ‘Pour Your Heaven’. Now the band are back in full force with their new, 5 Track EP ‘Move Your Feet’ New to ‘Maker’? Maker are a 4 piece rock n roll band with a psychedelic bluesy punch stirred with a fist full of soul. Their influences range from the early blues legends through the stomping pop and soul of the sixties, to the raw power of punk. Coming on like the bastard child of…

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Alt J Announce 3rd Album ‘Relaxer’

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ALT-J have announce their third album, ‘Relaxer’, due for release on 9 June via Infectious Music on heavyweight vinyl, CD, cassette and digital formats. The record is the follow up to their number one GRAMMY and BRIT Award-nominated album THIS IS ALL YOURS. The album was recorded all over London – from Shoreditch to St John’s Wood; Crouch Hill to Brixton – with producer Charlie Andrew for a third time. A first taste of the LP in the form of its opening track ‘3WW’ is available to stream and download now. Relaxer Track Listing: • 3WW • IN COLD BLOOD • HOUSE…

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NEW MUSIC: Weirds Unleash Eerie New Video ‘Valley Of Vision’

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A testament to DIY music, Weirds are a fully immersive, musical experience. Hailing from Leeds, relentless touring and rehearsing in previous bands fuelled the volcanic foundation to hatch their own breed of psych grunge. This soundscape, combined with their kaleidoscopic aesthetic, hand printed zines and curated live shows on the Leeds circuit has placed WEIRDS at the forefront of the West Yorkshire music scene. Kickstarting a new chapter today, Weirds reveal new video VALLEY OF VISION, summoning you to a hallucinogenic dystopia. Stained with caustic guitar feedback and Wasp synthesisers, the track is taken from their anticipated debut album due…

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New Music From Brian May & Kerry Ellis This April Titled ‘Golden Days’

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Brian May and Kerry Ellis have announced the forthcoming release of a new much anticipated second studio album, titled ‘Golden Days’ The 13-track album, which includes five original compositions, two by May, including the title track, and three by May and Ellis, is to be released in the UK and Eire this April. The album also includes new rock arrangements of some of May and Ellis’ favourite songs of all time: a tribute to guitar virtuoso Gary Moore, two songs dedicated to their work on behalf of wild animals, and a couple of reinterpretations of songs which have already become…

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MT Wolf Announce Debut Album ‘Aeterlight’

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London’s Mt. Wolf have seen staunch support in recent months from the likes of The Independent, Indie Shuffle, Wonderland and more, all alongside a feverish response to the ambitious, 6 minute + “The Electric”, the first single from their upcoming and long-awaited debut LP. Today, they announce that very album, “Aetherlight”, alongside a release date of May 26th via CRC Music. Patience has been the key, working tirelessly behind the scenes towards the all-encompassing sound they had always aimed for. After a productive 12 months with super-producer Ken Thomas (Sigur Ros, M83, Daughter) they have returned this year with that…

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Beat Degeneration Announce New Tour Dates

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Following the release of debut album ‘Dream Machine’ (Weiner Records) a 10 track Slacker-Punk polemic, Guido Giorgi a.k.a Beat Degeneration has shared brand new tour dates, with more to be announced. Over the coming months the band will cross Europe toward a two special UK dates, one at Peckhams Pempeople and the latter at The Old Queens Head. These live dates also follow the release of the new video for ‘Nations’, the first track to appear on ‘Dream Machine’ and the most summative of Guido’s view of the status quo, proclaiming his disdain for the state of the world. But…

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NEW MUSIC: Palace ‘Bitter’

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Palace new single ‘Bitter’ will impact on 27th April on Fiction Records. The track is a gateway to the centre of front man Leo Wyndham’s soul and explores some of our darkest emotions. Leo says, “Bitter is a song about jealousy and what that all consuming feeling can be like. It looks at the destructive nature of jealousy and how poisonous it can be.” Leo’s candid lyrics are just one of the many reasons burgeoning audiences feel touched by the band, who scored a hat trick last Autumn when their Brixton Electric show sold out at speed, just like their…

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NEW MUSIC: Pokey Lafarge ‘Manic Revelations’

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New Single “Riot In The Streets” Premieres At Kcmp’s The Current Pokey LaFarge’s hotly anticipated new album, ‘Manic Revelations’, will be released May 19 on Rounder Records. In advance of the release, the album’s lead track, “Riot In The Streets” recently premiered at KCMP’s The Current (stream/purchase now). Recorded in Pokey’s hometown of St. Louis, Manic Revelations features 10 new songs and was produced by the Southside Collective—LaFarge, Joey Glynn (bass), Ryan Koenig (harmonica, guitjo, electric guitar), Adam Hoskins (electric guitar), Matt Meyer (drums, percussion), Luc Klein (trumpet, euphonium, piano, glockenspiel), Alec Spiegelman (saxophone, piano, tubax, organ, clarinet, flute), David…

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NEW MUSIC: Coldplay ‘Kaleidoscope EP’

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Coldplay have just revealed the June 2 release of their five-track Kaleidoscope EP, together with a brand new song from the EP, Hypnotised.  Hypnotised‘s surprise release coincides with frontman Chris Martin’s birthday. The song is available now on all download and streaming sites.   The dreamlike ballad (described on Twitter by Chris Martin as “a new non-single from the EP”) will feature on the upcoming Kaleidoscope EP together with the group’s hit collaboration with The Chainsmokers, Something Just Like This – and three other brand new songs. The full tracklisting is as follows: 1.     All I Can Think About Is You 2.     Something Just Like This 3.     Miracles 2 4.     A L I E N…

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NEW MUSIC: John Mellencamp ‘Sad Clowns & Hillbillies’

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On April 28th, Heartland rocker John Mellencamp will release his 23rd full-length album, Sad Clowns & Hillbillies featuring Carlene Carter, the daughter of June Carter Cash and stepdaughter of Johnny Cash, on Republic Records. Sad Clowns & Hillbillies returns Mellencamp to the musical eclecticism that is, itself, a reflection of his wide-ranging musings on life. John Mellencamp is an authentic voice of American music and master storyteller with a commitment to creating traditional rock & roll, bittersweet songs of happiness and melancholia, and fervent political dissent. His passions and experiences resonate beautifully in this showcase of his music. Sad Clowns…

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NEW MUSIC: Husky Loops ‘Tempo’

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Ahead of their debut EP release on April 7th via Alcopop Records, Italian-born, now London-based trio Husky Loops are sharing a new slice of their riff-heavy, art-rock sounds with new single ‘Tempo’. Offering some insight behind the new single, the band said “‘Tempo’ is a song about running out of excuses and time, recorded live to capture the bands’ live energy. The inexorable flow of life was of inspiration to compose a track which is defined by repetition and awkward patterns, in which groove is the key.” Made up of Danio (vocals & guitar), Pietro (drums & samples) and Tommaso…

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Willie J Healey premieres video for ‘Greys’, London show + Palace tour

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Willie J Healey has premiered a surreal video for new single Greys, which is out now via National Anthem / Columbia Records. This follows last year’s acclaimed single ‘Would You Be’, which picked up support across Radio 1, 6Music, Radio X and also saw the young Oxford native tour with the likes of Hinds and Beach Baby. Festival dates for the summer have already been confirmed at Dot to Dot and Truck Festival, whilst Willie has this week been confirmed to play Phil Taggart’s Slacker night at London’s Kamio on March 24th and will also tour the UK with Palace…

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IDestroy Release Double A-Side Single ‘Annie’/’98%’

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Bristol’s girl rockers IDestroy have revealed a double A-side featuring the brand new singles ‘Annie’ and ‘98%’. Fuelled with rock’n’roll swagger and riotous attitude, the gutsy trio are mixing powerful riffs with catchy pop melodies to create an infectious party-punk sound. ‘Annie’ is a short, sharp, feisty number, packed with driving rhythms and rebellious charm, while ‘98%’ ramps up the gears with its energetic guitars and pounding basslines. This is the first taste of new music from the band since bursting onto the scene in 2016 with their EP Vanity Loves Me, a raw and gritty debut that was a…

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NEW MUSIC: The Dandy Warhols ‘Thick Girls Knock Me Out’

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Portland, Oregon based indie rock icons The Dandy Warhols fly into London for a sold out performance at London’s Roundhouse venue this Saturday and have released a video for their new track ahead of the show. “This song is a story from about a decade ago and it all came together last year,” says Courtney Taylor-Taylor. “Last year when nobody believed we would have the political insanity which is now unfolding. I hope this can be a moment of clever fun and a break from the big worries that are quickly piling up on our doorsteps.” Their latest album, Distortland…

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NEW MUSIC: Lower Than Atlantis ‘Safe in Sound’

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Lower Than Atlantis released their 5th album, ‘Safe In Sound’ on 3rd February 2017 via Easy Life Records / Red Essential. New track ‘Dumb’ was played exclusively on last nights BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show as Dan P Carter’s Rockest Record & fans are now able to view a special 360° video shot at YouTube’s studios in central London. ‘Dumb’ and previous track ‘Work For It’ are taken from the forthcoming album & follows on from the bands most successful album to date ‘Lower Than Atlantis’ released in 2014 which saw them achieve multiple BBC Radio 1 playlists, sell out…

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NEW MUSIC: Lullaby ‘Animal’

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LULLABY’s latest single ‘Animal’ now has some bright and beautiful visuals to accompany it with the just-revealed, almost-tangible music video. The strength of the art that accompanies their art permeates throughout Lullaby’s videos and artwork in general. ‘Animal’ is the follow up to the band’s debut single ‘A Lie’; its searing melodies and driving riffs are built for a live setting. So far the London-based group have played less than a handful of shows but their live prowess is already palpable and they’re building an arsenal of anthemic earworms that are set to get you singing along in no time.…

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NEW MUSIC: Higher Power Release Debut LP ‘Soul Structure’

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Higher Power To Release Soul Structure Through Flatspot Records/Venn Records, Video for ‘Can’t Relate’ + Tour Dates Announced Flatspot Records has confirmed the May release of Soul Structure, the debut LP from Leeds, UK-based hardcore outfit, HIGHER POWER, releasing a video from the album which can be seen above. Bursting with old-school NYHC groove and West Coast crossover, HIGHER POWER‘s Soul StructureLP is about positive expression of aggression and a form of escapology. It is angry music – but lyrically they convey a lot about themselves as people. It’s about finding a positive outlet for their anger, whether it’s social issues or mental health, it’s adding a social consciousness…

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NEW MUSIC: Broken Forest ‘Peter’

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On 17 February 2017,  Broken Forest released their new single ‘Peter’ and is lifted from Broken Forest’s debut EP, ‘Lost In Fairytales’. A truly organic breath of fresh air – Broken Forest is the inventive work of writer, singer and producer Luise London. Since she was a young child, Luise has had a great passion for nature and the animals within. After becoming a vegan she started joining more and more animal and environmental rights movements, and Broken Forest is an extension of this fight. These and other heartfelt messages are delicately translated into Broken Forest’s music, with sweet vocals hanging over…

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NEW MUSIC: Pulled Apart By Horses New Album ‘The Haze’

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Life doesn’t come with a user manual. But amid the constant noise, clamour and confusion of the Information Age, sometimes – as with much of the technology which surrounds us – human beings work best after simply being switched off, unplugged, reconnected and switched back on again. In 2015, following three acclaimed albums and literally hundreds of thrillingly visceral live shows since their inception in 2008, Pulled Apart By Horses took the decision to disconnect from the mainframe and to focus anew upon the soul of their band. Call it their own seven year itch. Or, more accurately, a simple…

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NEW MUSIC: Loathe Announce Debut Album ‘The Cold Sun’

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Liverpool based experimental rock/metal band LOATHE have announced plans to release their debut album, ‘The Cold Sun’, via SharpTone Records on April 14th. They also reveal the video for brand new track ‘Dance On My Skin’, which is out now and you can check it out above! LOATHE are a sedulous collective of 5, formed in the UK‘s industrial and artistically acclaimed port-city, Liverpool. Their debut record ‘The Cold Sun’ signifies a forceful and shrewd testimony. The quintet nail their colours to the mast with this resolute mission statement; an ode to the times we’re living in and the murky…

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NEW MUSIC: Glass Mountain ‘Cowboy Song’

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It’s fair to say that 2016 was a good year for Glass Mountain. Arriving without fanfare in June with their debut GLACIAL EP, a release that grabbed the attention and imagination of the likes of Clash Magazine and Tom Robinson at BBC Introducing, and earned the band the highest accolade at the Leeds Music Video Awards, GLASS MOUNTAIN continued to mesmerise until the year’s end. Taking immense pride over everything related to the band, those brief six months spawned beautifully crafted gatefold CDs, 10” vinyls, cassettes, their own magazine and highly-prized T-shirts. Performances at Bingley Music Live, The Secret Festival…

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Steve Hackett Talks About New Album ‘The Night Siren’

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Guitar virtuoso and rock legend, Steve Hackett (formerly of Genesis), is set to release his latest album ‘The Night Siren’ on 24th March 2017 through InsideOut Music (Sony). As implied in the title, ‘The Night Siren’ is a wake-up call… the warning of a siren sounding in this era of strife and division, and he discusses the album in detail in this brand new interview Steve recently revealed the first track to be taken from the new album ‘In The Skeleton Gallery’ Steve had this to say about the song: “I’m excited by the imminent release of my new album,…

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NEW MUSIC: Idles ‘Mother’

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“Wilder than a very wild thing marked wild in the wild shop in the middle of the wild wild wood. An IDLES live show is not quite like anything that you have ever seen or heard. Its got all the ingredients taken from rock n roll’s rich history but the synthesis is entirely their own. The wild men of Bristol”. Tom Robinson BBC6 music Bristol’s finest post-punk polemics IDLES are picking up a lot of attention recently – for all the right reasons. Announced by Reading and Leeds last night, they’ve also been handpicked by The Maccabees to support on…

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NEW MUSIC: Jasmine Golestaneh & Eddie Cooper ‘Fundamental Fantasy’

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NYC-based duo Jasmine Golestaneh and Eddie Cooper write songs through a telepathic kinship they’ve developed since they started making music together. “We have these sort of unspoken criteria when we’re writing music. We never really need to explain what that is but we both know when it’s missing or when we’ve hit it.” The pair, AKA Tempers, release their ‘Fundamental Fantasy’ EP via The Vinyl Factory today. Creating an emotional and tonal tension of sensual and mechanical impulses, their brand of dark electronica sets haunting song writing to a sinister disco beat, pop melodies floating in an almost industrial soundscape.…

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NEW MUSIC: Jacob Johansson ‘Mount Song’

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Jacob Johansson is pleased to share the first single from his new project ‘Mount Song’ today. Intimate, heavy and explosive, ‘Halo’ is a dark yet optimistic track that explore the sadness that accompanies dealing with life’s demons. Back in 2014, Sweden’s biggest music magazine named the self-titled album of Jacob’s previous project Det Stora Monstret, their ”Swedish debut album of the year”. The single ”Kolibrins Vingar” (The Hummingbird’s Wings) then went straight into rotation on SR P3 and Det Stora Monstret was nominated for both the Swedish GAFFA-award and the Manifest-prize. This year Jacob is back with his brand new…

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NEW MUSIC: Billie Eilish ‘Bellyache’

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Billie Eilish has released her highly anticipated new single “Bellyache” today. Available on all digital platforms worldwide, this stellar new single is the third official release to come from the 15-year-old American artist, since entering the musical arena with her debut “Ocean Eyes.” Currently sitting at an impressive 40+ million streams, Billie has yet to announce a tour, release an EP/album but has managed to capture the ears, heads and hearts of music fans and the media across the globe with her alluring and self-described “gloom-pop.” Her meteoric rise first began after innocently uploading “Ocean Eyes” onto Soundcloud (so she…

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NEW MUSIC: Ten Fé Release ‘Twist Your Arm’ Remix

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Ten Fé Release Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas’s rework of single ‘Twist Your Arm’. A 26-date UK, European and US tour kicks off at the end of February. After Ben Moorhouse and Leo a.k.a Ten Fé released Twist Your Arm, their bluesy-electro-stomper produced by Ewan Pearson (Jagwar Ma, M83, The Rapture), which was NME’s New Music of the Day, Line Of Best Fit’s Song of the Day and Hype Machine No. 1, Ten Fé have unveiled an exciting new rework by Norwegian DJs and producers Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas.  The original ‘Twist Your Arm’ features slide guitars, chain-gang backing vocals, gospel piano and…

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NEW MUSIC: Marika Hackman ‘I’m Not Your Man’

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Today Marika Hackman announces her second album ‘I’m Not Your Man’ will be released 2nd June through AMF Records (Loyle Carner) and Sub Pop in the US. Marika has also released the video for current single ‘Boyfriend’ – a visual call-to-arms to anyone who underestimates a woman’s abilities, directed by Libby Burke-Wilde. Fans that pre-order the album can get access to tickets for an intimate show at a secret London venue on 6th March. ‘I’m Not Your Man’, begins with an impromptu hearty laugh. It’s not the sound of silliness; it’s the sound of liberation, spontaneity and collective joy. There’s…

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NEW MUSIC: Kyros release ‘Monster’

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Multi-national Rock outfit KYROS featuring Adam Warne, Joey Frevola, Sam Higgins, Peter Episcopo and Robin Johnson have release their EP entitled ‘Monster’. KYROS are not afraid to take song writing and musical experimentation to a whole new level by pushing the boundaries. Creating fresh, new and exciting music with influences ranging from Depeche Mode and Kate Bush, through to modern post-progressive and alternative rock, such as Muse and Porcupine Tree. Although only having existed for a few years, the group has released a critically acclaimed debut album and a successful limited edition EP. The debut album featured artwork designed by…

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NEW MUSIC: Leif Vollebekk ‘Twin Solitude’

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Montreal singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Leif Vollebekk released ‘Twin Solitude’ today on Secret City Records. The new record has received an abundance of early attention: lead single “Elegy” has been described as”devastatingly beautiful” by NPR Music and “lovely, soulful and spare” by Brooklyn Vegan and climbed at #14 on the Spotify UK Viral Top 50 week of release. The Fader premiered the second track, “Into The Ether” and praised Vollebekk’s “passionate Broken Social Scene-adjacent melodies wrapped in a casual, jammy atmosphere.” The next day, “Into The Ether” was added to Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist in twelve countries and soared up…

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China Lane release new single ‘In Motion’

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The Mancunian quartet China Lane are pleased to announce that their new single they ‘In Motion’ is out now and available to stream off all major streaming services In Motion will be the second single release from the electro-pop band after their hugely successful debut single ‘Marco Polo’ was released in 2016. Marco Polo caught the attention of the likes of BBC Radio 6 and BBC Introducing, as well as Spotify, who added them to a major playlist in the autumn of 2016. The track gained recognition from the nation with some labelling it a “synth powered pop banger” and…

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NEW MUSIC: Shookrah ‘Gerascophobia’

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The instruments overlap, inter-locking into a powerfully rhythmic mechanism, while front-woman Senita’s vocals echo into the air. Powerful, stirring stuff! “ Clash Cork City, Ireland may not be the first place that springs to mind when listing hotbeds of fresh, alternative soul, but six-piece Shookrah are doing their very best to change that; putting their hometown firmly on the map. Their latest offering “Gerascophobia” hurls the listener into a technicolour plunge-pool of sound, totally submerging the mind in a powerful, psychedelic haze. Synth waves roll to a crescendo, whilst flurries of notes whizz by following invisible currents, changing directions at…

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NEW MUSIC: King No-One ‘Antichrist’

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From busking on the streets to selling out shows across the country, UK indie rockers King No-One are roaring back with their new single ‘Antichrist’, which is out February 24th. Championing a band ethos that everyone is equal regardless of gender, colour or sexual orientation, ‘Antichrist’ comes with a message about standing strong against the arrogance and narrow-mindedness surrounding recent events happening across the globe. Frontman Zach Lout explains that, “’Antichrist’ is a sarcastic gesture to human history”. And to infiltrate hearts and minds it’s wrapped up in an inspired indie stomper, which features sly nods to late-90’s hip hop…

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SOUNDCHECK: The Mantells ‘Sunshine’

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The Mantells are a 3-Piece band from Manchester formed in January 2014 made up of Tom Barrow with brothers Dale and Lewis Moran. Their first demo EP ‘How To Say It’ gave us 4 tracks in early 2014 to show us what these lads could do, if you missed that check it out on the YouTube channel The lads decided to do a free entry gig at The Castle Hotel in Manchester to celebrate the release of the first EP, which resulted in people lining the corridors of the pub to listen after the room exceeded capacity. Then came ‘Men…

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