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Dan and Laura Curtis – Overture

Whether you are a fan of musical theatre or new to the genre, Dan and Laura Curtis's album "Overture" is the ideal bumper package. Bringing together 25 artists from the US and UK to record a double-album of brand-new songs inspired by the musicals is a stroke of...

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Anna Pancaldi – Sweet Charity

When indie music's national treasure Johnno Casson describes an artist as "very nice and very talented too" there's every chance they're worth a listen. It's not the first time Anna Pancaldi has received acclaim from those in the know. BBC Radio 2's Dermot O'Leary...

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Thessa Giska – Cemburu

Finding music from across the world is one of the joys of the internet, which is how Angry Baby found Thessa Giska, all the way from Indonesia, and her song "Cemburu". Although the song is in Indonesian, the catchy rhythm and tune could well have you singing along...

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Staying In – “Staying In”

Here comes Generation Z. All smartphones and self-obsession, exercising their social consciences from the safety of their bedrooms. Or so the media would have us believe. We're only a step or two away from welcoming this new cohort into the music industry. What will...

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Blake Berglund – “Realms”

Making music is tough. Selling music is even tougher, so when you hear of an artist who pounded the streets to sell his CDs door-to-door, you know you've found someone with a passion to share their sounds. Blake Berglund is just such an artist, using the opportunity...

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Catherine Scholz – Pearl

Describing her music as 'original indie-folk music to soothe the heart and soul', Catherine Scholz started out as a singer-songwriter by setting her favourite poems to music, which is intriguing. What's not to love about poetry? Especially Maya Angelou's work, but...

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Sophie Coran – “All That Matters”

With her smoky-soulful voice and hypnotic, jazz-infused arrangements, Sophie Coran's "All That Matters" is a song of obsession...with a twist. The twist? It's not about love nor any of the usual subjects that haunt good music. No, it actually tells a story of the...

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DIDI – ‘Sorry’

In the music industry, the dividing line between those behind the mixing desk and those behind the mike can seem like the boundary between two nations. Different cultures, different personalities, even different languages. The divide is gendered, too, with far fewer...

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