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The Bud Collins Trio – Quasarmoto

Sometimes music arrives on the scene that defies categorisation. Quasarmoto from The Bud Collins Trio is such an offering. Sounding throughout as though the vocals have been mixed to the wrong track, this shouldn't work. Yet strangely...deliciously...weirdly...it...

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Beth Ford – I’m Always Chasing Rainbows

Born at the turn of the millennium, into a family whose singing roots blend English church choirs with harmonies from the Welsh Valleys, Beth really is the child who could sing before she could talk, happily cooing along to her favourite CD. Not the Tellytubbies for...

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Somasu – From The Water

London-based singer/songwriter and rapper Somasu breaks through stereotypical electro, offering undercurrents of soul that provide depth and maturity. Although his work could hit the dancefloor hard, its also infinitely listenable, proving that - in the right hands -...

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Danielle Lewis – Anywhere Is Home

As we head into summer, we'll all be looking for a happy holiday sound that we'll play over and over on the car stereo as we head for the beach, the mountains, music festivals or wherever we'll be hanging out with our besties and making memories. 'Anywhere is Home'...

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Robb Murphy – Italian Dreams

Place a Belfast-born folk-singer-songwriter into Italy for the summer and what do you get? The answer is an uplifting, pop melody that transports us into ‘Dolce far niente’ - the sweetness of doing nothing. "Italian Dreams" is that song, from the pen and studio of...

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Helen Connelly – Do You Remember

Finding an artist with a distinctive voice is always a pleasure. Since we first discovered Essex-based Helen Connelly, back in 2015, we've been fans of her jazz-pop vibe. We followed her progress with the release of her single "Behind Your Eyes" last year, and we're...

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Jeanes – Sleeping Leaves

As the Northern Hemisphere moves through a lazy spring into a long-awaited summer, it's good to be immersed in music that draws inspiration from the magic of nature. Sleeping Leaves may be the debut EP from Jeanes but, like all good things, it's taken time to gestate...

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Map – Skills To Rebuild

In times of uncertainty, it's good to be reminded of what really matters in life. Josh Dooley, the creative force behind Los Angeles-based MAP, is better qualified than most to understand this, having been paralyzed from the neck down by the West Nile Virus in 2014....

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The Bookshop Band – Curious and Curiouser

Any band that is inspired by books has got to be worth a listen. We first came across The Bookshop Band in Fresh on the Net's Listening Post back in 2016 and reviewed them as a Fresh Fave when listeners put them in their Top 10 tunes. Good choice! The Bookshop Band...

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