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The Amatory Murder Announce The U & I Mini Tour Part 1

Alternative Rock band The Amatory Murder have announced dates for The U&I Mini Tour, Part 1 in support of their November 15, 2016 released album, Neurotica. The tour launched March 18 in Piscataway, NJ and travels the East Coast, finishing at The Boneyard Bar in Atlantic City, NJ, and they will be joined by SUCKER on select …

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Beauty In The Suffering Producer DieTrich Thrall Has Joined MADLIFE For European Tour

Beauty In The Suffering producer DieTrich Thrall will join Los Angeles based Madlife on their upcoming European 15 Years Of Revolution Tour with Ill Nino. The tour, which originally launched March 22nd in Utrecht, Netherlands, winds through the UK and Central Europe, finishing April 11th in Bruneck, Italy. Tour Dates: 03/30 @ Helvete, Oberhausen, GERMANY (2nd Show Added) …

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Music Existence *Premiere* – Karma Club ‘Sixties’

Drawing influences from bands both old and new, from The Cure to Bombay Bicycle Club, The Smiths to Foals, Friendly Fires to Pet Shop Boys, we’re happy to premiere the new single from Karma Club on Music Existence.  Produced by Bruno Ellingham (Massive Attack), ‘Sixties’ is taken from their debut EP ‘Smile, It’s Good For You’ which will be released on March …

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The Jacques unleash video for new single ‘No Kamikaze’

The Jacques new song No Kamikaze nosedived into view on 10th March. In a nod to the band’s growing popularity and acceptance in mainland Europe it was released exclusively in France in early February and was immediately playlisted on the nation’s biggest radio station Oui F.M Recorded at the legendary …

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SAM OUTLAW – NEW SINGLE ‘BOTTOMLESS MIMOSAS’

Sam Outlaw has shared details for his anticipated sophomore LP, entitled ‘Tenderheart,’ out April 14th on Six Shooter Records.   And from it comes new single ‘Bottomless Mimosas’: On ‘Tenderheart,’ Outlaw offers an extraordinary refinement of the artistic identity laid out on ‘Angeleno’. Sonically, the album elaborates on his “SoCal Country” sound: a …

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