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Rhi Ramsay

20 year old internet person and attempted music journalist, studying at Edinburgh Napier University, 2017. Contact: rhiannonramsay97@gmail.com

Single review: Rebel Westerns – Peaches

After a six date headline tour in March and a slot supporting Scotland’s own Prides, Edinburgh alt-pop outfit Rebel Westerns are back with their second single of the year, “Peaches”.  After a quiet few months in the studio, the indie five piece released their former single, “Envy”, accompanied by a long-awaited music video introducing John Cargill on guitar to add a …

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Song review: Do The Freddie – The Roving Apatosaurus

This July, The Roving Apatosaurus released long awaited cover of “Do The Freddie”, an original 1960s dance hit by Freddie And The Dreamers.   The Roving Apatosaurus (an animal described by the group as a dinosaur that survived the extinction and lives on to create fun) took a more childlike approach from the original, whilst also replacing Freddie Garrity‘s vocals with an original kids-bop sounding feminine …

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Album review: Jack Shields – Leaving California EP

From deep inside a forested corner of Connecticut, experimental singer songwriter Jack Shields, formerly known as atolla, kicked off the month with a 5 track EP titled Leaving California, released independently via SoundCloud. Despite actively sharing music for over 10 years, this is his first debut since last year’s 9 track collaboration (titled me in other places) with artists …

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Single review: Too Good – Marsicans

Leeds born indie outfit Marsicans have blessed us with an abundance of singles since 2016’s The Absence album release, including 2017’s “Friends, but today meets Marsicans first new release of the year. “Too Good” earned its place as part of Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist across the UK, Holland, Sweden …

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Song review: Special – Doc STRANGE

Creative, writer and co-producer of hit internet sitcom TrapHouse is back in the public eye this month; Sharing his musical creations independently via SoundCloud over the last six years, Arlington, TX’s Doc STRANGE honours a track with vocals that completely embodied his work so far. Produced by Tahiti, “Special” is …

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Single Review: I Want More – LAYNE

LAYNE caught our attention with 2016’s EP The Black Hills, and an online presence holding tribute to Netflix’ original Stranger Things, beside an aesthetic carrying the same visual energy as their sound.  ITS FINALLY HERE; we are so happy to be back.. this is just the beginning! Much Love -LAYNE A post shared by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ LAYNE …

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Album review: Sleeptalk

San Fernando Valley’s electro-pop quartet Sleeptalk return this July with self titled-debut album of the same name; following on from 2015’s Pure and Young EP’s, which gained publicity from the likes of Alternative Press and Paste Magazine, Music Existence jumped at the chance to take an exclusive listen at what’s to come for the California four-piece. Set for release via Artery …

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Single review: Swissivory – DOG IN ME ft. DMX, Tariah, C-Tr

Ivory Coast born Swiss DJ and producer Swissivory returned this April after almost two years of musical silence. Formerly sharing a stage with names as strong as Rihanna and Wiz Khalifa, as well as working in production with Snoop Dogg, the new single and music video released via YouTube is blowing up hiphop blogs all over the world.  With a number of collaborations on the single, …

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Album review: LANY

For fans of Copeland or The 1975, one of Rolling Stone’s top 10 artists you need to know and a group that you definitely can’t avoid online is indie-pop outfit, LANY. LANY‘s music alone has built them publicity since 2015’s Make Out and I Loved You EP’s, but the band have since been teasing …

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Album review: Toni Castells – 2045

The home of new Opera, Tête à Tête festival held the premiere of electro-acoustic polymath, Toni Castells’ second studio album, set for release this July, 2045: The Year Man Becomes Immortal, named as one of The Guardian’s “Five of the Best Classical Concerts” and gained standing ovations at its double première at …

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Music Video: W.D.W.A. – ZupaNova

Gaining over 74,380 streams in under two weeks, Los Angeles urban outfit ZupaNova released music video for the latest single, “W.D.W.A” (Where Dat Weed At) alongside a free download of the track via YouTube. The 3 piece worked with LA’s Couture night club to bring together a music video release …

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