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The dreamwave duo of Juliette Elbaz (Vocals / Guitar/ Keyboards) and Johan Putet (Vocals / Keyboards / Drum Machine) split between Lyon and Paris (France) will be releasing their début EP on the 15th of March. On the 18th they released, as a standalone single, Yeux Turquoise. An approximately three and a … Read More...
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The US jazz-hop musician James Craven who performs as Jameth released the LP Wacky-Fun yesterday. A seven track album, which as it suggests on the tin doesn’t take itself too seriously, with mundane subjects being taken to an extremis parody of themselves, yet, within the eclectic mix of material lay … Read More...
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The alt-folk creator Kimberly Townsend based in New York (USA) released the EP The History and the Heart of It on the 18th. The five track EP takes the journey on a wide journey of soul and folk influenced songs, though each being of different texturing, with some led by … Read More...
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Currently based in the Yucatán Peninsula (Mexico) the alt-rock project of Scott Kannberg – Spiral Stairs – is set to release the LP We Wanna Be Hyp-No-Tized on the 22nd of March. Working with a stretch of other musicians, on the basis of the first track to surface from the … Read More...
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The Kyoto (Japan) quartet of あっこりんりん (Accorinrin) (Vocal / Guitar), よよよしえ (Yoyoyoshie) (Guitar / Backing Vocals), ひろちゃん (Hiro-chan) (Bass / Backing Vocals) and ぽっぷ (Kahokiss) (Drums / Backing Vocals) who form the new wave band おとぼけビ~バ~ (Otoboke Beaver) release the LP ITEKOMA HITS on the 15th of March. The fourteen … Read More...
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The St Petersburg (Russian Federation) quartet who go by the letters – A. (Guitar / Bass). K. (Vocals), M. (Drums / Backing Vocals) and I. (Guitars / Backing Vocals) forming the blackmetal band Epitimia released the EP Нить (Thread) yesterday. A five track release (available on bandcamp) that fills the … Read More...
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The Scottish alt-rock multi-instrumentalist C Duncan will be releasing the LP Health on the 29th of March. With a step change from previous material, Health, the third album emerges away from a home studio to work with other producers, engineers and musicians, which paradoxically has allowed the LP to explore, … Read More...
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The trio of Alexander Van Der Wallen (Vocals / Bass), Mathijs Van Der Wallen (Drums / Backing Vocals) and Nicolas D’Exelle (Guitar / Backing Vocals) from Essen (Belgium) who form the garage band Black Leather Jacket are finalising details of their début LP. Occasionally it makes sense to have everyone … Read More...
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Thirty five years ago the sextet of Chris D, Dave Alvin, John Doe, Bill Bateman, Steve Berlin and DJ Bonebrake – the original line-up of The Flesh Eaters – from Los Angeles (USA) last recorded an album – today the line-up released the follow up alt-rock LP – I Used … Read More...
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Hailey Livingston is an RnB creator from Los Angeles (USA) who released the LP Clap Back on the 11th. An eleven track album which contemplates the complexities of interpersonal relationships with friends, lovers and family. This is an atypical recommendation to the music typically featured and although instinctively not something … Read More...
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