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Sneaky Nixons Release Firey Riotous New Single ‘Schadenfreude’

The Liverpool based and appropriately named ‘Sneaky Nixons’ champion a sound that is cheeky, punky and rough around the edges. That being said their production quality is absolutely impeccable. Listen to the new single HERE: https://soundcloud.com/the-sneaky-nixons The band describes themselves as an angry, semi political, semi religious, part feminist, sloppy …

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John Alcabean’s new single ‘Fire’ out now!

Riotous Danish three-piece John Alcabean have released their explosive new single Fire via Tapetown Records, which you can download now via iTunes. The track premiered on Clash and is also available to stream via the band’s Soundcloud page. You can also watch the video for John Alcabean’s previous single Need …

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Smoking New Single From Jo Cooper Set To Spread Like ‘Wildfire’

Having performed on Australia’s number 1 breakfast show ‘The Morning Show’ as well as performing for Rugby League team The South Sydney Rabbitohs during half-time, Sydney singer/songwriter is superseding her previous brilliant single ‘Touch the Sky’ with ‘Wildfire’ and Cavo’s remix of ‘Wildfire’. Giving the likes of Jess Glynne and …

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Hugo Race announces a new album 24 Hours to Nowhere

Hugo Race, formerly of The Wreckery and the Bad Seeds and now an internationally based producer, writer and performer with bands like The True Spirit and Dirtmusic, delivers intense sonic soundscapes that merge folk, experimental-ism, electronica and rock. Hugo Race Fatalists’ astonishing new album 24 Hours to Nowhere has been …

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NICK WATERHOUSE RETURNS WITH NEW ALBUM “NEVER TWICE”

On September 30th, California rhythm and blues revivalist Nick Waterhouse will return with his third full-length studio album, Never Twice. The first track off of the album was unveiled today via Bandcamp. Never Twice will be released via Innovative Leisure digitally on CD and 180 gram vinyl. Today, Nick Waterhouse has also announced a fall U.S. …

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