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IB Showcase: Atticus Blue and Leire

Two young musicians falling in love in the streets of London while busking and singing their hearts out… sounds like the scenario of an old classic romantic movie, right? Well, in the case of the young musicians Atticus Blue and Leire this exceptional romantic scenario turned out to be their wholesome love story. Atticus Blue […]

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IB Showcase: The Work Of David Hicks

There’s something about Tango dancing and music which seldom fails to stir the soul. This very sexual dance you see now, was born out of the reality for men in those old days,” says photographer David Hicks, who, during a trip to Argentina, captured some wonderful shots which perfectly evoke the sound and feel of […]

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IB News: Tunetables

Tunetables represent a simple yet revolutionary idea – hand-crafted record storage/display units designed by a music enthusiast, for music enthusiasts. When did you last see such a thing? Sure, you can make do with flat-pack shelving, but Tunetables really take things to the next level. What we have here are bespoke tables that double as […]

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Kiey – Sunday Sanctuary Review

Meet Kiey – the Vietnamese real estate developer whose side hustle is making euphoric and cinematic electro-pop music. Yep, you heard it right. During the 9-5 working hours, Kiet Tuan Vuu is a big-deal businessman and works for a well-known leading Vietnamese manufacturing corporation. But during the hours of darkness, he morphs into a full-fledged […]

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Junior Doctor by day and Latin Pop artist by night, Senti releases sensual debut single He She It.

It’s not a combination you hear often, but it’s definitely something we’d like to hear more of. Scotland’s Senti is currently painting a name for himself within the country’s music scene. However, his story is unique because, by day, he is training to mend hearts, but by night, he is breaking them with his Enrique […]

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‘Thrash, ahhhhhh’ Supreme Unbeing show us their ‘Face of evil’

Supreme Unbeing are a mysterious lot. Not content to let their angular, metal masks keep them anonymous, the band only existed as cartoons – think evil Gorillaz – until last month. Now, they have emerged from their animated domain: where absurd characters, whose skin melted and shivered inside of thick-stroke contours, roamed distorted landscapes. Supreme […]

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Haim say they’ve started 100 songs during the coronavirus pandemic

As reported by NME, Haim have revealed that they’ve started 100 songs since the coronavirus pandemic started. Original Article: https://www.nme.com/news/music/haim-say-theyve-started-100-songs-during-lockdown-2823378 Speaking during an upcoming edition of the BBC radio show and podcast Music Life, which was hosted by Tune-Yards‘ Merrill Garbus, the band were asked whether they’d been writing new material in 2020. “I feel like I write songs all day,” Este Haim said. “Including […]

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87 and The Toys release eccentric DIY indie pop EP ‘Japanesy If You Pleasy’

87 and The Toys are one of Portland’s most off-the -wall upcoming artists and their new EP ‘Japanesy If You Pleasey’ pushes those boundaries even further. The band draws upon styles from the likes of B-52’s, Daniel Johnson and Neutral Milk Hotel, while still holding onto their unique, quirky style. Exploring topics from political issues […]

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Aussie favourites The Bonnie Doons set to release bouncy 90s influenced indie EP ‘The Betweeners’

Australian breakthrough group The Bonnie Doons have already captured the interest of NME with the catchy beats from their new single ‘Fred’ which is taken from their upcoming EP ‘The Betweeners’. The collection of 4 tracks will have you craving summer through it’s mix of 90s alternative rap and pop, addictive melodies and earworm riffs. […]

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GUM (Tame Impala’s Jay Watson) shares lo-fi video for ‘Low to Low’

As reported by NME, Jay Watson – aka GUM – has shared a new video for ‘Low to Low’, a song taken from the Tame Impala touring member’s latest solo album ‘Out in the World’. Original Article: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8F3D3fombz4&feature=emb_title The lo-fi, DIY-shot clip was directed and filmed by Watson alongside his Pond bandmate Jamie Terry, who also edited the video together. “My […]

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