Eddy Grant celebrates milestone birthday with streaming debut of iconic album ‘Killer On The Rampage’
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by FM
5h ago
Celebrating his 76th birthday, legendary black British musician Eddy Grant releases his seminal album Killer On The Rampage digitally, marking the first time his tracks, including the renowned Electric Avenue and I Don’t Wanna Dance, are available on streaming platforms. This release connects his impactful legacy with a new audience, highlighting his distinct mix of reggae, pop, and rock. Eddy Grant explains: “Following the worldwide success of the single ‘Do You Feel My Love’ and album ‘Can’t Get Enough’, I made the decision to leave the UK.  That one decision sparked a c ..read more
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Interview. Robbarti releases ‘Moving Away’. A musical renaissance from Glasgow’s heart
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by Frank Bell
5h ago
Inside the realm of Love, Loss, and Self-Discovery Emerging from Glasgow, Scotland, Robbarti’s voice stands out prominently. This skilled singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist crafts an engaging narrative from his life experiences, emotions, and tales, providing his listeners with a deeply immersive musical journey.​ With Moving Away, his latest single, Robbarti makes a heartfelt comeback, offering a story filled with change and the beginning of new life chapters. This track invites listeners to delve deep into an emotional journey, showcasing Robbarti’s profound ability to connec ..read more
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Imaginarium drops ‘Kaleidoscope’
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by Frank Bell
11h ago
A Neo-Jazz gem from their awaited debut album The Dutch contemporary-jazz and electronic group Imaginarium releases Kaleidoscope, the thrilling second single from their highly anticipated debut album. Following the success of their debut single Airloop, Kaleidoscope presents a lively and engaging neo-jazz adventure. The track released via Sundown Records, showcases the group’s talent for creating mesmerizing soundscapes, characterized by unconventional 5/4 time signature drums and an interplay of keys, bass, guitar, and lively brass. It transitions from structured melodies to spontaneous inst ..read more
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MAK unleashes ‘Please’
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by Vanessa B
12h ago
A Fresh, Future-Retro Hip-Hop Anthem from East London’s Finest East London’s own MAK is back, revitalizing the music scene with his latest single Please, showcasing his unique blend of hip-hop with a fresh, future-retro flair. This track is a laid-back yet engaging piece that marries smooth melodies with transparent storytelling, reflecting MAK’s personal outlooks and experiences. The music video, directed by Sebastian Luke-Virgo, captivates with its vivid, color-coded visuals and MAK’s stylish, monochrome attire, aligning perfectly with the song’s rhythm without adhering to a traditional sto ..read more
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Interview. Maddie Morris illuminates with ‘Skin’
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by Frank Bell
12h ago
A musical tale of identity, activism, and harmony Today, we’re thrilled to showcase Maddie Morris, an acclaimed BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Musician, as they release their debut album, Skin. Known for their dedication to social awareness and storytelling, Maddie introduces an album that extends beyond traditional folk music boundaries. Skin is a crafted narrative exploring identity, activism, and hope, aimed to both challenge and console listeners. Skin, produced by Pete Ord and recorded at The Studio at Sunbeams in Cumbria, highlights Maddie’s distinctive vocals and thoughtful lyrics, enriched by ..read more
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Duke Keats embarks on an exciting new era with ‘Heavy Heartbreak’ and ‘Bornstar’
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by Frank Bell
1d ago
Exploring Self-Discovery and Musical Innovation With unparalleled flair, Duke Keats steps into the spotlight with a unique blend of synthpop brilliance, setting him apart in the music scene. In 2023, Duke left significant footprints across the music landscape, shining as a musician, producer, and director. Photo by Eule He delivered memorable performances at major UK festivals like Godiva and Timber, collaborated with notable artists such as Ichiko Aoba and Moonwalks, and forged significant ties with leading promoters. As we step into 2024, Duke continues to push musical boundaries, blending g ..read more
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Charlotte Day Wilson. Revealing the rich layers of ‘Cyan Blue’
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by FM
1d ago
Toronto’s own Charlotte Day Wilson returns to the music scene with the announcement of her eagerly awaited sophomore album, Cyan Blue, set for release on May 3rd through Stone Woman Music / XL Recordings. Alongside the album reveal, Wilson gifts her audience with the soul-stirring single I Don’t Love You, a track that showcases her pristine production talent and spine-tingling vocals against the backdrop of soothing piano grooves and gentle percussion. The single is complemented by a captivating visual directed by Dani Aphrodite, which employs lo-fi footage to provide a glimpse into Wilson’s ..read more
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Josh Holmes shares with ‘Everything’s Changing’
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by FM
1d ago
A Pop-Punk Ode to Unwavering Friendship and Global Musical Journey Josh Holmes makes a striking return with his latest pop-punk anthem, Everything’s Changing. Celebrated for his genuine narrative skills and energetic performance, the Warwickshire artist encapsulates the perpetual essence of friendship in his latest track. Everything’s Changing serves as a poignant homage to the unbreakable bonds of camaraderie, emphasizing the constant support that endures through life’s relentless changes. The song features a lively sonic backdrop, complete with booming drum rhythms, spirited guitar melodies ..read more
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Interview. Bromsen unveils ‘Someone’
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by FM
1d ago
A Bold Anthem of Authenticity and Independence Ahead of ‘Brothers in Mind’ Album Release Indietronic Rock duo Bromsen presents with their latest single, Someone, a track that embodies the spirit of self-discovery and independence. Someone, Bromsen’s fifth single from their upcoming album Brothers in Mind, was inspired by Luka Bloom’s journey, the song champions living authentically against societal expectations. The Berlin-based duo, Richard and Karlo Bromsen, combine rock, hard rock, prog, and 80s influences into a distinct sound that champions spontaneity and individuality in music crea ..read more
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Colm Warren’s ‘Alright’ is a symphony of hope in the midst of despair
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by Vee Dee
1d ago
The emotional depth and genuine warmth found in Colm Warren’s latest release, Alright, are rare in music tracks. With Alright, the former frontman of the Belfast punk quartet, The Twenty, Colm Warren, has once again stepped into the limelight. This time, he offers a song that serves as both a heartfelt embrace and a beacon of hope against life’s hardships. Alright deeply explores loss, resilience, and enduring hope, even in the darkest moments. The track is accompanied by a beautifully poignant and visually stunning video, shot and directed by Tetsuhiko Endo. The video features: Jade Sil ..read more
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