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Aural Air – The Torpor of Minds

Aural Air, aka Dublin-based singer-songwriter Laura Rai, is a recent arrival on the indie music scene. Although she's been playing music for many years, Laura has only recently started releasing it to the world and spent the past year playing a number of live shows...

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Belly Of Paris – ‘Peste’

Belly of Paris may well be the ultimate international collective. Based in Bahrain and bringing together musicians from India, Argentina, Palestine, Hungary, UK, and Bahrain (of course), the band takes its name from a book by French novelist Emile Zola. Frontman and...

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Allen and Douglas – Casino Games

Longevity is a rare commodity in the music industry. Bands come and go, artists pop up and disappear again with alarming frequency, so it's a delight to find musicians who have been working together for most of their lives. For duo Allen and Douglas, their...

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Helen Connelly – Garden of Kisses

The highly-anticipated sophomore album from Angry Baby favourite Helen Connelly is released on 25th October. Garden of Kisses, the follow-up to Helen's acclaimed debut Life Love and Lyricality, is a four-track EP, heralded by the signature single Do You Remember. It...

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Sera – Rocks!

Fans of folk music will probably be familiar with Folkstock Records, a prolific boutique label well known for championing new, acoustic folk and roots music. We've come to expect excellence from them, but rock? That would be unexpected. Expect the unexpected....

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Johnno Casson aka Snippet – ‘Human Good’

There's been some heavy lifting happening in the music-making department of Snippet HQ. It's just six months since Johnno Casson, aka Snippet released his magnum opus Future Melancholy Pop Music, yet here he is again with another stonker of an album Human Good. And...

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In Hoodies – ‘She Got Caught’ and ‘My Con’

A solo artist from Turkey, based in London, In Hoodies had never studied music, and never shared his music with anyone, until one day, as he explains, he felt an inner power and a deep desire to send it to some producers. It caught the attention of Chris Potter and...

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P.O.P.E – Kings

Spoken word music is a tough genre to get right. Mastering rhythm over melody is a complex art. Achieving that, and giving meaning to the words too, adds a whole other dimension, requiring authenticity honesty and courage. Yorkshire-based P.O.P.E. took on this...

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