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Coachella 2022 (Weekend 1): What you might have missed – Harry Styles and more

Even though we had our Easter weekend on the 15-16 April, music fans and the biggest artists gathered once again together for one of the biggest music industry (US) events of the year. All-day long musical acts, singing loudly and grooving, showing off cute outfits, and partying ‘till early hours, this year’s first weekend of […]

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Marcus Mac brings the Gaelic sound to the 21st Century with his body-positive ballad Nochd.

It’s hard to argue that Marcus Mac, Gaeldom’s “King of Pop”, isn’t doing much good with his latest single, Nochd. Breaking down the issue of body positivity with a powerful ballad. Tick. Delivering the song in Gaelic, adding his LGBT experience to the genre’s ever-renewing canon. Tick. Doing it all over a Europop beat. [If […]

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The Fabulous Red Diesel’s ‘Queensbury House Sessions’ proves the need for more one-take albums

Experts in melodic ambience, The Fabulous Red Diesel’s latest venture was entirely recorded in one-take, a strategy that is becoming more common in contemporary sub-genres, but one which still goes extremely under-appreciated. Not only is the full band live on the album, but they cross between tracks unrestricted, providing ‘Queensbury House Sessions’ with a raw, […]

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Jordan Dean set to follow in the footsteps of British indie legends with new EP

Jordan Dean may be from Cleveland, Ohio but his love for British indie-pop is clear in his new EP ‘Local’, which is set to be released on March 12th. Fans of the likes of The Kooks, Passenger and Jamie T will love his catchy, stripped-back sound that runs throughout the EP, bouncing between upbeat indie […]

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Music industry groups ask for Trump’s removal from office: “Americans are in fear”

As reported by NME, a number of music industry groups are urging Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office. It comes after a large number of Trump supporters managed to force their way into the Capitol building on Wednesday (January 6) following a rally, which caused the building, which is […]

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James Fox releases tribute to the music that saved his life from gambling addiction with uplifting folk single

Following from the success of his single Fire & Coal, which was released last year, James Fox is back with his new hit ‘The Rest Of Our Lives’, taken from his upcoming album All The Fours. James has recently returned to the world of music after songwriting became a key part of his road to […]

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From Busking Beginnings to Your Dad’s New Christmas Present – Malcura Release Sophomore Album ‘Malcura II’

With their success coming from a busking beginning, Melbourne-based Flamenco sensations Malcura are releasing their new album Malcura II this Friday. With a compelling combination of passion and ability, they are infusing the sounds of Gypsy Jazz and Latin rhythms with rock ‘n’ roll attitudes and the odd…heavy metal riff! With the Australian public already […]

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Indie Hits: The best new Indie releases delivered to your Spotify weekly 06/09/20

Written by: Charlotte Bredael Get the best new indie hits that everyones talking about delivered directly to your Spotify every week. Make sure to follow our playlist and check out this weeks additions below:  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2tu0Yx2N6oyHRf0aEBjQEy?si=uVyQayCER5K877ouQqd0ig First up we have ‘Blink’ by Seepeoples, the perfect blend of laid back indie and a hint of electro. Perfect […]

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The 1975 deconstruct ‘The Birthday Party’: “I try and make art out of the boring, sad parts of my life”

As reported by NME, The 1975‘s Matty Healy and George Daniel went on the Song Exploder podcast this week to deconstruct ‘The Birthday Party’ from their latest album ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’. Original Article: https://www.nme.com/news/music/the-1975-deconstruct-the-birthday-party-i-try-and-make-art-out-of-the-boring-sad-parts-of-my-life-2726797 Healy spoke about how the track was a rare example of the band writing the arrangement together, rather than Daniel or him […]

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Ride and Oasis’ Andy Bell announces debut album ‘The View From Halfway Down’

As reported by NME, Ride and Oasis‘ Andy Bell has announced details of his debut album ‘The View From Halfway Down’, as well as sharing the first track from the record. Original Article: https://www.nme.com/news/music/andy-bell-announces-debut-album-the-view-from-halfway-down-ride-oasis-2725275 Set for release on October 9, Bell has previewed the record today (August 11) with the track ‘Love Comes In Waves’ – which sees him […]

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