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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

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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Interview with Ben Taylor of Last Hounds

For fans of Frank Carter, Letlive and Gallows, post-hardcore, melodic five piece Last Hounds embark on an extensive UK tour covering England and Wales one week after releasing the second running EP, Old Dreams, showing a clear maturity in sound from 2016’s self-titled EP. Between releasing their projects independently and hosting a crowdfunding project …

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Single Review: Motivation – SK

Hip hop and rap artist SK based in Boston released his first single, “Motivation” this week. With little to no online push, the track was released independently through SoundCloud but is quickly gaining attention from fans of the culture as well as SoundCloud based artists. Teasing via Instagram of a mixtape …

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Album Review: Royal Street – Flavors.

June 7th prepares for Rhode Island, pop-rock four-piece Royal Street’s upcoming debut album, Flavors. With beloved pop hooks and the alternative twist of Taking Back Sunday or Paramore, Royal Street built their fan base since performing on 2015’s Warped Tour in Mansfield, MA after only a few short months of …

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Astroblue Express – Quarter to Somewhere

For fans of Grimes, Die Antwood, or any other new age experimental sounds, self-titled “dream pop” group Astroblue Express dropped debut album, Quarter to Somewhere on Ape Eye Records. With little to no presence in the online music world, Astroblue Express have easily crept their way into music blogs all …

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Single Review: I Was Better – MIHKA CHEE

New Zealand multi-instrumentalist Mihka Chee brought 60s girl power to life this week with her debut, tongue-in-cheek breakup single, “I Was Better”. Spending most of her teenage years in band rooms, Mihka attended her first music lesson when she was only a day old, when her mother bundled her along …

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Interview and show review: Miracle Glass Company at Broadcast, Glasgow – 31/3/17

March ends this week with three-piece Miracle Glass Company’s one-off, headline show in Glasgow, alongside Medicine Men and Filth Spector.  The nights line up brought hard drums and synth resembling a signature dark 80’s sound from Medicine Men, alongside Filth Spector’s careless energy and clear stage presence from vocalist Al Hotchkiss. Not …

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