Tag Archive: rock

Review: Blue & Lonesome by Rolling Stones

  Recorded across three rapid-fire days during the downtime between tours at British Grove Studios in the London suburb of Richmond with the touring band (and Eric Clapton on two tracks), the Stones show… Continue reading

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No Roots by Alice Merton

Alice Merton is burning the scene around with her first single No Roots, a super beating indie-rock track. Alice raised in Canada where she started playing at the age of 5, the artist moved… Continue reading

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First Listen: A Hunderd Summer Days by The Rebel Light

Summer is ending but not for The Rebel Light, band from the city of ethernal summer L.A. Written and recorded in Los Angeles, with their debut EP “A Hundred Summer Days“, the band… Continue reading

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Power By Harts

Back to work, back to music, back to us, back to the power of music…same as Harts sings in his latest track shared via The A&R Dept, Power. Struggling bass lines, velvety vocals… Continue reading

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Our Love by Samm Henshaw

Samm Henshaw releases his brand new video to his latest single ‘Our Love‘, taken from his forthcoming second EP, ‘The Sound Experiment 2‘ (impacting July 15th via Columbia Records). Following a string of sold-out shows, the… Continue reading

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Get By Easy Does It

Rough around the edges, unadulterated, American rock music. That’s Atlantic City’s Easy Does It in a nutshell, and their newest “GET” is an essential summer soundtrack. Blending Southern Rock sensibilities with West Coast rap… Continue reading

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Play By Affairs

Having launched into 2015 with two well received singles Brothers and Blood Science, Manchester band Affairs return with their new single Play – a melancholic synth-pop anthem featuring Jim Robinson’s signature vocal style. The… Continue reading

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Could You Get Me To Tomorrow by The Bandicoots

The Bandicoots is a Canadian band, from Hamilton, comprised of  Nicolai Kozel (lead guitar), Andrew Parkinson (drums), Lorant Polya (bass), Justin Ross (vocals/rhythm guitar), that provides a brit indie style. “Could You Get Me To Tomorrow?” is… Continue reading

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Memory Man by Juke Jaxon

Meeting on the London underground in summer of 2014, Jack Moore and Ben Hawthorne discovered a mutual interest for classic British sounds and the 60’s Motown greats. Then, like many others before, took… Continue reading

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