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Clayton Morgan Releases Official Music Video And Remixes Of “Taste For Love”

Dallas, Texas R&B/Soul Singer-Songwriter Clayton Morgan has released his official music video and remixes for his single, “Taste For Love.” Based in Dallas, TX, Clayton Morgan released his critically acclaimed single, “Taste For Love” back in May. The son of Four Sonics member, Eddie Daniels, Morgan has proven to be …

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Singer-songwriter Luke James Shaffer’s story is the kind of yarn that packs an anthemic dose of rock n’ roll romanticism.

Luke James Shaffer is back with an absolutely brilliant, must-hear EP. Volume One truly does not disappoint. With his first single off of the EP “Last First Kiss” Luke James Shaffer swoons the hearts of hopeless romantics. His pure and raw vocals express his bittersweet feelings through vivid imagery in …

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Album Review: Deafheaven – Ordinary Corrupt Human Love

A review on Deafheaven’s fourth full album Ordinary Corrupt Human Love. Deafheaven are an American heavy metal band formed in 2010. Originally based in San Francisco, the group began as a two-piece with singer George Clarke and guitarist Kerry McCoy, who recorded and self-released a demo album together. Following its release, Deafheaven recruited three new members and …

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Pale Waves deliver new sounds with “Noises”

Pale Waves have released “Noises,” the second track from the band’s forthcoming debut full-length, set for late-summer release on Dirty Hit / Interscope Records– PRESS HERE to listen. The new song was today’s World Record on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1. The new single, which the band debuted live at their sold out Bowery Ballroom show in …

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London Songwriter/Production Duo Fitzsimon And Brogan Leak Track From 2019 Release

Hot on the heels of their brand new album release, “Big Blue World” (June 22nd), London-based songwriter/producer duo, Fitzsimon and Brogan have leaked another gem, “Can’t Hope To Hold Out.”  The track is from a 2019 planned album release, “The Hipster Paradox.”  Neil Fitzsimon explains, “When I got into Elvis …

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