Ryan Soanes releases self examining music video for ‘Call My Name’

This track is simple but effective. The vocals are effortless and emotion filled, instantly bringing you into the narrative of the song. The production is smooth and easily listenable, while the synths and guitars are layered so that you hear something new each time you listen. Soanes’ voice is pop-punk but the track behind him […]

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Malcura Take You On A Journey Through Space With Their Upcoming Second Album ‘Malcura II’

Aussie band Malcura refuse to confine their selves to a singular genre in their sequel album ‘Malcura II’. Being released November 27th, the Melbourne-based ‘Heavy Flamenco’ band has been testing musical boundaries in this gripping journey. After the release of their debut self-titled album in 2016, Malcura caught the attention of many across the globe, […]

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Thom Yorke Remixes Clark’s ‘Isolation Theme’ Ahead Of Psychological Horror ‘Daniel Isn’t Real’

Directed by Adam Egypt Mortimer (Archenemy, Some Kind Of Hate), the new psychological thriller ‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ sees Luke (Miles Robbins) resurrect his imaginary childhood friend Daniel (Patrick Schwarzenegger) in an attempt to cope with the reality of a violent family trauma. Now a college freshman, Daniel isn’t the innocent and friendly face Luke remembers… […]

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Jovian Projects Synesthesia Into His Latest Single ‘Better’

New York-based R&B artist Jovian uses his latest single ‘Better’ to encourage others to experience tasting and seeing sounds. Jovian lives with synesthesia, a condition that blends the senses and allows those who have it to taste, feel, smell and see sounds. Jovian treats his music as a canvas, with his compositions inducing a world […]

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Steady Rollin’ Stray From Their Bluesy Roots With Exclusive UK Dance Remix Of ‘You’re Mystical’

Growing from the depths of El Salvador, Steady Rollin’ have already surfed the radio waves of America and Europe, ensuring their sound has been spread far and wide from their home. Channelling an influence of Cream, The Who and The Rolling Stones in their post blues-rock sound, Steady Rollin’ offer both nostalgia to the older […]

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Raising The Bar For Avant Garde: Waterflower Creates Music From Plants In Her Latest Single ‘Palm Vs Palm’

Latvian-born singer-songwriter and producer Waterflower has recently brought the bizarre world of Avant Garde to light in the UK. Influenced by the likes of FKA Twigs, Brian Eno and Bjork, Waterflower’s contemporary style makes its presence fiercely known. Waterflower’s unique approach doesn’t come from sitting down with a guitar and writing a chord pattern. Instead, […]

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All-round creative, Nonviolenze, combines music & art with thought-provoking new album!

Texas-based artist, Nonviolenze, is breaking convention with his ultra-creative forthcoming album Ghosts of War (released 16th October). Combining music, poetry and art, he will soon be releasing the lead track which shares the name of the album and looks to question how scriptures of all faiths often lead to division, hate and war (released 18th September). Nonviolenze’s […]

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Aaron McMAhon New Song “Sappy Love” Release on Valentines Day

Band: Aaron McMAhonSong: Sappy LoveRelease Date: 2-14-2020 (Valentines Day)Genre: Multi-Genre rock Folk Soul w/ a twist of reggae Description: Sappy Love is based on its playful lyrical arrangements with lines such as “Love you to the moon and back a million times” and describing feelings such as when you see someone you are attracted to […]

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