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Leon Grey and Bang Bang Romeo

As we enter our second week of everyone staying at home, we came across a couple of artists that we wanted to share with you...and they couldn't be more different. Luckily, we know that you like diversity! Firstly, Bang Bang Romeo bring us 'You & I', their latest...

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Music Revisited: Brady Toops – Tried and True

Music Revisited: Brady Toops – Tried and True

What a confusing time we find ourselves in!  With no idea when the music scene will get back to normal, we thought we'd take a look back at some of our previously featured artist, starting with 2017's Brady Toops.  His album was released in April of that year and we...

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Welcome to Novelty Island

Welcome to Novelty Island

Every now and again, you hear a band that screams out fun, imagination and creativity.  Novelty Island, the brainchild of Tom McConnell is one such band. Raised between Liverpool and Newcastle, Tom is now based in London and works on Novelty Island material from the...

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Snippet: Wonky

Snippet: Wonky

For each music lover there are some artists that you return to again and again, because you know that you're going to like, even probably love, their next musical offering.  Johnno Casson, aka Snippet, is one of those artists, especially if you like your music to come...

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Magnetic Skies: Into Paradise

Magnetic Skies: Into Paradise

Angry Baby first came across Electro Pop duo Magnetic Skies a year ago, when we reviewed their debut EP, Dreams and Memories.  Singer songwriter Simon Kent and vocalist / programmer Jo Womar formed in 2018 and their new EP, Into Paradise, will be released on 20...

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Quietype

Quietype

Canadian trio Jon, Jordan and Mitch comprise a Toronto based band, Quietype.  Quietype will shortly release their eponymous EP and the sound can be best described as eclectic, giving music reviewers the world over a headache when deciding what to tag and label the...

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Seth Anderson: We Could Be

Seth Anderson: We Could Be

Canadian artist Seth Anderson is a hard artist to categorise; depending on which song you listen to first, you hear indie, rock, folk, country, the list goes on.  However, when you find out that travelling and moving around a lot seems a part of Seth's DNA, then this...

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Oliver Spalding: Novemberism

Oliver Spalding: Novemberism

If the dawn of February and Stom Ciara (raging as I write) makes you think that staying indoors until Spring might be the best thing to do, Novemberism, the debut album from Oliver Spalding, might just be what you need. As with Oliver's previous EP, Novemberism was...

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Where Did Nora Go – Womb of Life

Where Did Nora Go – Womb of Life

Danish artist Astrid Nora, began recording as Where Did Nora Go in 2012, releasing several albums and EPs, before taking a break to become a mother.  This proved to be a powerful experience, not least because Astrid's twin girls were born prematurely and it was by no...

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