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The Portland-based trio ’87 and The Toys’ have released their new alt-indie EP ‘Japanesy if you Pleasey’

The seven track’s show the trio’s affinity with off-the-wall indie artists from across the years, showcasing likeness to Violent Femmes and Neutral Milk Hotel, whilst still staying true to their unique quirky style. The band consists of Dave on Bass and guitar; Hana on min-drum kit, piano, and vocals; and Patrick on rhythm guitar and...

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Nonviolenze combines Music, Poetry and Art to become the full artistic package

Texas-based Nonviolenze provides a fully immersive experience for fans with his seamlessly creative blend of music, poetry and art. The artistic polymath enchants audiences with jazz-infused songs, accompanied by stunning paintings and even poetry. Nonviolenze can truly do it all. Ghosts of War, lead single off his upcoming album of the same name, is Nonviolenze’s...

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Joseph Bell is our next Weekly Wordsmith

We’re super excited to be bringing you our next Weekly Wordsmith feature on the incredible Joseph Bell. Joseph Bell is an eccentric singer-songwriter, inspired by weird and wonderful legends such as David Bowie and Kate Bush. Bell fuses a classic acoustic style, with innovative electronic elements to create a truly original sound and tone to...

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Singer Songwriter Chris Lewington brings us a much anticipated new project

Chris Lewington is our next Wordsmith of the Week that we are elated to be shining the spotlight on. Lewington is a Kent based singer-songwriter, and veteran of the industry. Having previously achieved both mainstream and cult success with The Silence and The Bicycle Thieves Chris Lewington now seeks further solo success with new project...

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Get ‘Lost in the World’ of Hyson Green’s debut album.

Hyson Green have just released their much anticipated debut album. Aptly titled ‘Lost in the World’, the 10 track project really does pull you from the lockdown blues into a carefully crafted world of horns and harmonies.  ‘Lost in the World’ is best described as the music we know and love, but rarely hear on...

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Rodrigo Leao’s stunning new single ‘O Método’

Rodrigo Leao may not be a name you are familiar with but in his native Portugal he is one of the giants of the music scene. His latest project is set to change that, with the first release from his new album introducing an artist who is both innovative, daring and spiritual. The second single on...

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‘Extra-dimensional Sorcerer’ Lailien is a 21st Century Musical Enigma

Toronto based Lailien describes himself as the ‘anti-matter twin and alter-ego’ of poet Brad Shubat, whose debut album ‘Ensoular‘ is set to smash any preconceived notions of how pop music should be contrived from a pre-defined formula. As a classically trained pianist and university graduate (at one point on the path to become a Professor of Literature), predictably...

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IOTAPHI Go Behind the Scenes on Nominated Music Video ‘Kids of Chaos’

Electro-noir duo IOTAPHI have shared a Behind the Scenes clip for their music video ‘Kids of Chaos’. The Italy-via-Greece outfit have brought their dark-hued, cinematic soundscapes to life with a visual that sees athletes from Greece’s Down Syndrome Association throwing shapes in a derelict-looking gymnasium, shrouded in fog. In the behind-the-scenes video, director Gregory Rentis says that the video...

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Taking Song Writing To New Heights, Nele Needs A Holiday Releases ‘We’ll See’

          With 2018 shaping up to be an exciting and unique year for music, one artist who’s name alone will have you craving for more, is for sure to be breaking through into the mainstream, introducing….Nele Needs a Holiday.  As a song-writer, i understand what is needed to develop ideas into...

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Hunter, The Voice Of Brand New Liberation Single ‘So Gay’

This track sticks up a middle finger to oppressors, making it a much loved installment from Hunter, who has us all wondering, whats next? Yes, the song ‘So Gay’ is a fantastically honest and refreshing idea that states you must accept people for who they are. The song tells the story of the narrator(Hunter)who is...

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