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Glasgow’s Barry Noakes Sheds Light On Separation, Hopefulness And Honesty In Debut Album ‘A New Dawn’

A New Dawn isn’t what you’d expect from the product of a broken relationship. Instead of an album full of heart-wrenching love songs and remorseful lyrics, Noakes’ approach to hopefulness and honesty through songwriting makes for an album full of optimism and pride. The first song of the album – ‘Crows a Calling’ – paints […]

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Brazilian rock band, Pentral, release sneak peek at new album with ‘Silent Trees’

These Brazilian rockers are on a mission to use music to reflect what they’re passionate about. Their forthcoming album ‘What Lies Ahead Of Us’ touches on issues like environmental protection and the fight against racism. Brothers Victor (vocals, electric an acoustic guitars) and Vagner Lima (drums) alongside Joe Ferry (bass guitar) use the album as […]

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Author Tom Boniface-Webb brings Britpop era back to life in new book series ‘Modern Music Masters – The Britpop Trilogy’

Well, for me, it doesn’t get better than this. Books and Britpop, literally, what more could you possibly ask for? Who have we to thank for this dream come true? Author Tom Boniface-Webb. This man has produced what could very possibly be the most amazing set of books ever to be published, eat your heart […]

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Australian indie rockers The Bonnie Doons release new single ‘Fred’ ahead of highly anticipated EP

Australia is known for producing hit indie rock bands and that trend certainly doesn’t stop with The Bonnie Doons. The band have attracted renowned praise from the likes of NME and are hoping to carry on their success as they set their sights on the rest of the world. Their new single, ‘Fred’, may sound […]

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Ruth Brosnan Releases New Pop Anthem ‘Toodle-oo’

Rising pop artist Ruth Brosnan has released her latest single, Toodle-oo, an upbeat, effervescent track which highlights her individual strength of character and honesty, along with a wicked sense of humour. Ruth wrote this song to promote and encourage independence in women of all races and backgrounds but Ruth’s own playful personality shines through. Watch […]

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Kelsey Coleman, using real life experiences to give her music depth in emotion…

Kelsey Coleman’s music is certainly emotionally driven, thematically encompassing issues such as dealing with depression, love lost, mistakes made and separation from friends. Her new single, Nobody talks about the haunting experience of being lost to the memory of a loved one and feeling like a stranger to someone you once knew so well. On […]

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The Black Planes Talk Us Through Seattle’s Music Scene

“The Seattle music scene is probably pretty similar to the Manchester music scene. The winter weather here is rainy and dark with low cloud cover and a fucking relentless low pressure system bearing down on people. That kind of weather makes you feel like you can be inside your basement making music and you won’t be missing anything.” If […]

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Alpines share video to new single: Out of View

“… songs seem to reveal new pockets of intense emotion every time you listen” – NOISEY Alpines released the video to their new single, ‘Out Of View’ last week. The track is a bassy saw wave before a breakbeat style rhythm that descends quickly, accompanied by Pockson’s deeply felt vocal. Alpines once again reaffirm their creative vision by directing […]

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The Pop Punkers of Reddit have revealed their worst gigs and it’s hilarious

Whether it’s that amateur videographer who insists on watching the entire gig through their phone or the aggressive mosher who drags everyone into the pit, we’ve all had gigs ruined by idiot gig-goers. But what about when a gig is ruined by the band? A recent browse of Reddit lead me to a thread in the Pop Punkers […]

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