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Alex Lahey shares new single, “Am I Doing It Right?” along with world tour dates

Today, Melbourne-based songwriter Alex Lahey shares the new single, “Am I Doing It Right?” from her forthcoming album, The Best of Luck Club out May 17th via Dead Oceans and announces her first set of North American tour dates in support of the album. Following the album’s first single, “Don’t …

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Dantesville returning with stirring new single ‘Bloomin’ Flowers’

raw, energetic, encapsulating … Following the success of debut E.P “Dantevilles”, and plays on Radio 1 and BBC6 Music, accompanied by a sellout show at Manchester’s 300 capacity Soup Kitchen, Manchester’s Dantevilles new single “Bloomin Flowers” is available to stream now: Once again produced by Joseph Cross, “Bloomin’ Flowers” is an …

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K.Flay Returns With ‘Bad Vibes’

Two-time Grammy Award-nominated Night Street/InterscopeRecords artist K.Flay returns today, with a brand new track “Bad Vibes,” following her Billboard Heatseekers No. 1 album ‘Every Where Is Some Where.’  Produced by Tommy English [Ariana Grande, Kacey Musgraves], “Bad Vibes” slips clever quips—“You’re the sequel that sucks”—between a siren swell of synths, thick percussion, and an unshakable and undeniable chant, “You give me …

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Album Review: Hozier – Wasteland, Baby!

A review on Wasteland, Baby!, the second full album from Hozier.  Andrew Hozier-Byrne (born 17 March 1990), known professionally by the mononym Hozier (/ˈhoʊziər/), is an Irish musician, singer and songwriter from County Wicklow. In 2013, he released his debut EP, featuring the hit single “Take Me to Church“. His eponymous debut studio album released in 2014, went number one in Ireland and …

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Album Review: talker – Horror Films EP

The wave of vulnerability that crashes through talker’s recently released EP Horror Films refuses to let its listener up for air until the raw tide of emotional pull runs its course. There is a startling relatability to each track on this five-song compilation. Showcasing her true talent as a storyteller …

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Album Review: Tedeschi Trucks Band – Signs

The intense interplay between expressions of longing grief and shining optimism lays the groundwork for Tedeschi Trucks Band’s fourth studio album Signs. The masterful musical soundscape could be painted only by collected talents of their twelve-piece ensemble, drawing inspiration from each member’s experiences and emotions to combine and conceptualize one cohesive …

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IRON AGE MYSTICS Bring Protest Back to Rock Music with “Save It For The Revolution”!

Toronto, Canada based political rock band IRON AGE MYSTICS is returning the spirit of progressive protest to the genre with the first track off of their upcoming, debut LP, Pride Before the Fall, “Save it For the Revolution.” A rally cry for those who know that this system is a fraud, “Save it …

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HEYROCCO return with new single and UK tour dates with The Lemonheads

HEYROCCO is Nathan Merli, Christopher Cool (that’s a genuine real name, folks) and Tanner Cooper. The North Carolina trio emerged onto the scene in their adolescence with blistering 2015 grunge-kissed debut LP, ‘Teenage Movie Soundtrack’ and follow up 2016 EP, ‘Waiting on Cool’.  Championed extensively by Zane Lowe (BBC R1) …

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Bristolian newcomers Make Friends release debut single ‘Drop Naked’

Make Friends are a new four piece from Bristol. Dispensing progressive indie-pop, laced with infectious grooves and with echoes of Bombay Bicycle Club, Foals and Virginia Wing, Make Friends release their debut single Drop Naked via Funnel Music.  Speaking of the song, the band explain, “The lyrics center around themes of being …

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