Ewan MacFarlane: All Those Years

Ewan MacFarlane: All Those Years

Former frontman of Apollo 440 and The Grim Northern Social, Ewan MacFarlane, recently released his brand new single 'All Those Years' ahead of his forthcoming album Milk.  'All Those Years' exalts love for his wife Jo, while its heartfelt emotions are amplified...

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Rowsie: Danish Queen

Rowsie: Danish Queen

Rowsie [pronounced rosy] sound like a car crash between Lou Reed, The Replacements and Dinosaur Jr, while listening to the best indie rock mixtape you made when you were seventeen. Comprised of Richard Rothenberg (Guitar Vox), Holly Henderson (Guitar Vox), Alan D Boyd...

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Josie Pace: IV0X10V5

Josie Pace: IV0X10V5

Detroit musician Josie Pace is releasing a new album this week and it is a breath of fresh air in the world of rock and punk. Entitled IV0X10V5, the eleven tracks celebrate of female empowerment with a roaring sense of strut and sass.  Josie's music represents a piece...

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Scott Matthews: New Skin

Scott Matthews: New Skin

With life changing experiences, come the chance to reinvent and emerge with New Skin. With the release of his seventh studio album, Scott Matthews finds himself inhabiting new musical lands, a new state of mind, hence the album title.  As with many others, Covid-19...

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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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Kaiser Chiefs: Duck

Kaiser Chiefs: Duck

Last Friday was a happy day for readers of Angry Baby and fans of great music because not only was it release day for Rachael Sage's PseudoMyopia and The Luck's Ready to Run, but one of my favourite bands, Kaiser Chiefs, released their seventh album, Duck.  Duck...

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Staying In – “Staying In”

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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