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SINGLE REVIEW: taste ($$$) by Noirre

In an opening visual-strobe, the video for Noirre’s “taste ($$$)” wastes no time in laying the mind-bending psychedelia on us in a kaleidoscopic display of artistry that is as surreal and evocative as the music it was designed to interpret is. Noirre is outfitted in a shower cap in a …

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SINGLE REVIEW: What I Want by Lachi

Everyone – let’s give it up to New York one time! Woot woot! We’re so excited to be bringing you some brand new music straight from New York, where the concrete jungles have the ability to turn you into a star. We have Lachi, straight out of the big city …

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SINGLE REVIEW: The One by Heather Fay

A smokescreen of melodicism is all that separates us from Heather Fay in the opening bars of her new single “The One,” which is out now everywhere that independent R&B is sold and streamed. The beats come out of thin air and start assaulting us with their gentle sway. “The …

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Nathan King’s brand new album All Eyes on You

Blazing beats crush us with their sonic intensity as “No Stopping Us Now” sears its melodic crunch into the airspace and opens up Nathan King’s brand new album All Eyes on You. The tempo emits an urgency that encourages us to swing to the gargantuan grooves that the drums are …

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Singer/songwriter Charlie Marie is back in the news again

Singer/songwriter Charlie Marie is back in the news again this spring thanks to her most streamlined work yet, the self-titled Charlie Marie EP, which is becoming quite the topic of conversation among country circles in America. We open up with “Rhinestones,” the first track (and single) in the record, and …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Heart of Mine by Phil Edwards Band

It’s easy to understand why the Phil Edwards Band’s last single As It Goes was such a nationwide hit. It was the second track to be taken from their forthcoming album and a brilliant encapsulation of what the band are about. Their brand of alt-country is appealing not only for …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Soft Rain by Peter Senior

Soft Rain is Peter Senior’s new release from his album On The Edge. It’s a big song with a contemplative lyric and his typical quasi-theatrical style arrangement and production. The song is an ode to the beauty of rural life juxtaposed against the unsatisfying and depressive qualities of living in …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Brightest Star by MICHAEL BURROWS

Australian singer-songwriter Michael Burrows has gone from strength to strength since Neil Finn first heard demos of Michael’s songs, which then resulted in a collaboration between the two. This was then followed by yet more validation of Michael’s work when in 2015 he was handpicked by Martha Wainwright to join …

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