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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 ‘Wise 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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Judas Announce New Video For ‘Some People’

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JUDAS are an emerging four-piece indie rock band, hailing from across the UK and currently based in London. In the space of only two years, they’ve released their self-titled debut EP and performed at some of the major festivals including Isle of Wight, Kendal Calling, Sound City, Y Not, Tramlines, Dot-to-Dot and the Main Stage at Leeds festival. Already picking up critical acclaim from the likes of BBC Introducing, XFM…

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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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Zipper Club ‘Breath’

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Zipper Club are a US band over for a few shows around The Great Escape. The band is fronted by Mason James, who founded Cerebral Ballzy and well known model and musician Lissy Trullie. They played an incredibly well received set at Coachella, which saw them perform with mate and Tears For Fears founder Curt Smith. Zipper Club have got an electro pop sort of thing going on, a bit…

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We are Loving This… Loom ‘Hate’

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Loom formed through a shared distaste, boredom, and frustration with new music. They recorded and released two cassettes within their first year, the latter being a showcase of their most prominent initial influences – a six-track covers ep of The Jesus Lizard, Bad Brains, Pixies, GG Allin, Misfits, and Warsaw. They felt that it was a necessity to broadcast their intent as a band as aggressively and directly as possible.…

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Earl Release New Single ‘Baddabing Baddaboom’

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Alaskan born singer and songwriter EARL has revealed her new single, BADDABING BADDABOOM, and confirmed her new album, TONGUE TIED, will be released on 16 June via BMG Records. The album sees EARL fulfilling her lifelong musical ambition to perform her own inventive brand of jazz, one that is deep rooted within and inspired by her incredibly colourful life and adventure so far. EARL grew up living in a remote…

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Chris Reardon Releases New Single ‘Bends’

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Introducing Chris Reardon and his new single ‘Bends’, out now via Strange Comfort Records. Chris spend much of his childhood in Hong Kong, before moving to London – drawn as so many others before him by the sounds of the Beatles and Led Zep, and later entranced by the likes of Laura Marling and Bon Iver. Ever eschewing the formulaic, for Chris, songwriting is about trying to capture the moment…

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NEW MUSIC: London Grammar ‘Truth Is A Beautiful Thing’

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London Grammar burst onto the UK music scene in 2013. They would go on to sell over two million copies of their debut album, If You Wait. And, in the process, Hannah Reid (vocals), Dan Rothman (guitars) and Dot Major (drums, electronics) collected an Ivor Novello, two AIM Awards, a Brit nomination and the iTunes’ Album Of The Year honour. From a standing start – three students at Nottingham University…

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Music News: Miss Vincent Reveal New Video ‘Cold Hands’

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Today MISS VINCENT reveal brand new track COLD HANDS via a new music video. This is the second track taken from their forthcoming second EP SOMEWHERE ELSE, which is released 19th May on Uncle M. The band have also announced two shows to mark the release of ‘SOMEWHERE ELSE’ 26th May – Joiners, Southampton 5th June – The Garage (Upstairs), London The EP showcases a sonic progression towards a fuller-throttled,…

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Factory Set To Release New Single ‘Step A Little Closer’

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Four-piece Liverpool-based band Factory are making waves, so hold on and expect their new upbeat single to increase the size and intensity. ‘Step A Little Closer’ is a dazzling and funky little rocker loaded with enough character and swagger to allow a warm, inviting ambiance of California sunshine to ooze through, sounding somewhat like a modern take on The Beach Boys. It’s subtle, but it’s there, which not only gives…

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Paramore – New Song, Album Details, TOUR!

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We’ve not had new music from Paramore since the release of their deluxe rendition of their self-titled in 2014. But today, after a long and anticipated wait, the band treated fans to their new song ‘Hard Times’. With the new 3 piece line-up that brings previous drummer Zac Farro back in to the band after bassist Jeremy Davis’ departure in 2015, Paramore are back. Their new album ‘After Laughter’ is ready to hit…

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NEW MUSIC: Spoon ‘Hot Thoughts’

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Spoon have revealed the new video for their title-track ‘Hot Thoughts’. The video was filmed on the final night of the band’s Eno residency at SXSW recently and arrives ahead of their performance on Later…with Jools Holland tonight and their UK tour at the end of June. Spoon’s new album ‘Hot thoughts’ is out now! Catch Spoon Live: June Tues 27th- MANCHESTER, Gorilla Wed 28th – GLASGOW, The Arts School Fri…

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Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles ‘Always Something’

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From the moment it bursts out the gate, Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles’ latest track, ‘Always Something’, is a grabber. The guitars—a sinewy brigade of melodious chunk—power the track, while Billy’s fluid vocals allow the tune to ebb and flow through many moods. The song tells a give and take tale of not-quite-right romance and missed opportunity. “Based on actual events,” remarks Bibby. “But I never like to go…

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NEW MUSIC: The Magpie Salute Self Titled Album

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The Magpie Salute have announced the release of their self-titled debut album on June 9th through Eagle Rock, Entertainment. Produced by Crowes guitarist and co-founder Rich Robinson, the musically tight and expansive album was recorded live-in-the-studio in front of an audience at Applehead Recording in Woodstock, New York, except for the brand-new studio track ‘Omission’. The album carries special significance as it marks the last recorded work by Eddie Harsch,…

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Kasabian ‘You’re In Love With a Psycho’

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Kasabian Release official video for ‘You’re In Love With a Psycho’ The band have shared the new video for their single ‘You’re In Love With A Psycho’, which stars Noel Fielding and Stephen Graham Today (March 30th) has seen the release in full after the band teased fans with clips of Fielding’s involvement with behind-the-scenes footage that was released earlier this month. Catch Kasabian on their UK tour in April as…

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NEW MUSIC: Black Stone Cherry ‘Cheaper To Drink Alone’

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Black Stone Cherry show off their best acting chops in the new video for ‘Cheaper To Drink Alone’, the latest single to be taken from their Top 5 album, ‘Kentucky’ (Mascot Label Group). Directed by Blake Judd and featuring Lzzy Hale & Joe Hottinger of Halestorm and comedians Ron White & Alex Reymundo, the video is set at a speed dating event, with the band members playing the roles of…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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