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Jackson Mico Milas: White Noise

Jackson Mico Milas: White Noise

Musician and composer Jackson Mico Milas recently released single 'White Noise', ahead of his debut album this November. Following ‘Lost In Seasons’, the first single from the forthcoming album, White Noise’, Jackson invites the listener into his intimate world, with...

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Kate Dineen: Sorry

Kate Dineen: Sorry

Kerry born, Dublin based singer songwriter Kate Dineen recently released her latest single, 'Sorry'. A beautiful lilting melody accompanies Kate's haunting vocals, evocative of heartbreak and moving on - it's a nostalgic, vulnerable message to a past lover.  You’ve...

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Alora Faranweh: Acid Atlantis

Alora Faranweh: Acid Atlantis

Canadian artist and musician Alora Faranweh recently released a new single, Acid Atlantis, a colourful, surreal dive into The Hollow - the fictional realm that is home to her art and dream pop. The lyrics and soundscapes of her music invite the listener into a...

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Lasse Matthiessen: Emotional

Lasse Matthiessen: Emotional

As with Lasse Matthiessen's 2021 EP, his new single, 'Emotional', carries on his transformation from acoustic singer songwriter to sophisticated synthpop.   The lines "You're playing with the fabric of time," the opening lyrics of 'Emotional'  illustrate Lasse's...

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Rowsie: Gaslight

Rowsie: Gaslight

London based indie rockers Rowsie have just released their second EP of the year and 'Gaslight' is the shining light of it.   For the politically minded, ‘Gaslight’ is a full volume response to the happenings of January 6th 2021 in the USA. It’s a call out against...

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Ruby Tingle: Familiars

Ruby Tingle: Familiars

Audio visual artist Ruby Tingle released her new single 'Familiars' at the beginning of July.  As with her previous release, EP Lagoons, the single is accompanied by a solo exhibition at a gallery; this time at the PAPER Gallery in Manchester - it runs until 6 August...

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The Kut: Grit

The Kut: Grit

Hailing from Blackpool, The Kut (Maha) started making music in a band aged fourteen, even winning the local Battle of the Bands.  However, it wasn't until moving to London a while later that she was able to record and crowd fund her first release.  Her second album,...

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The Impliers: Stigma

The Impliers: Stigma

Dan and Charles, The Impliers,  began making music together at age fifteen and had an immediate impact on the underground indie scene that also produced Future Islands, Valiant Thorr, and Municipal Waste. Eventually, the duo embarked on their own creative paths into...

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Raz & Afla: Mama Weja

Raz & Afla: Mama Weja

East London based Raz & Afla, (Raz Olsher and Afla Sackey) recently released a five track EP of afro-house music anchored in West African musical traditions, with big, lush vocal harmonies and a style that lets acoustic percussion truly speak.  Entitled Mama Weja,...

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