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Una furtiva lagrima

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Following the UK success of Libera Me, Ascolta helped launch Izzy’s career on a global scale. On Ascolta, Izzy forges an individual path between classical, MOR and folk. "Una furtiva lagrima" and Borodin's "Strange...

Earth Not Above

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Some things come together immediately. Others… take a little time. HÆLOS – known individually as Arthur Delaney, Dom Goldsmith and Lotti Benardout – fall into the latter bracket. Hælos is a band shrouded in mystery. H...

Bury It There

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Kimberly Anne describes her music as ‘acoustic pop married to indie, whilst having a love affair with Afro/Caribbean and Brazilian rhythms.’ Confused? So was she when trying to find a sound that best represented th...

My Love is like a Red Rose

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‘My love is like a red red rose’ is an 18th Century Scottish folk song written by Robbie Burns. Izzy first heard this back in her college days at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama sung by a young Scotsman. ...

Children of the Wild

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  Steve Angello was born to a Greek father and Swedish mother in Athens, Greece. Raised in Stockholm, Sweden, along with his brother AN21 (real name Antoine Josefsson), Angello began his musical and particular...

Roses Featuring Rozes

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Best known for their EDM hit "#Selfie," which celebrated and skewered 2010's narcissism, The Chainsmokers are an American, New York City-based, disc jockey/producer/songwriter duo consisting of members Andrew Taggart ...

Dead Body

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Born and raised in North London, the young wordsmith Simbi Ajikawo, better known as Little Simz, brings a new level of intelligence, creativity and musicality to the global Hip Hop arena.  Following the release of 4 m...

Don’t you Worry.

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Scarlett Quinn (Kitten) and Ashley Slater (The Hip) first joined forces in 2011 to form the eclectic electro-swing/funk/R&B act, Kitten & The Hip. Ashley was an ex pop star and Kitten was a beautiful and in...

Music – Rag & Bone

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When the Hampshire five-piece began recording demos together, they saved them under the file name ‘Desert Blues’, because they had a sort of bluesy Old American West twang to them. They kept writing and recording and,...

Ghost

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It goes like this: stuck in Nineties internet software purgatory, and having failed to commit suicide, Mr. Clippy, finds a glimmer of hope when he spots Shania, a more recent, voice-activated digital assistant from a ...

Living Hell

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Recording commenced in 2008 in Oakland, California with Myles Boisen (who also worked with us on Grammy nominated The Gorey End) and continued for 3 more years. Illustrious musicians were conscripted in to play, sh...

Oh, To Be A Defector

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Chorusgirl make noisepop, blending the sounds of Lush, the Cure, The Breeders, Pulp, the Bangles, surf, girl groups, melodies, dirt, jangle and noise into a swirling & shimmering mix that spins your head until you...

High by the Beach

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Elizabeth Woolridge Grant (born June 21, 1985),  known by her stage name Lana Del Rey and former stage name "Lizzy Grant", is an American singer, songwriter and model. Del Rey's music has been noted for its cinemat...

Wasted Love

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City and Colour is the recording alias for Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green, who was also the guitarist and vocalist of post-hardcore band Alexisonfire. He plays melodic acoustic and folk music and is often acc...

Flame

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Following-on from their EP I which emerged earlier this year, “Flame” sees the Reading quartet - Dom Cordell, Oscar Lulu, Ally Baty and Haydn Evans - pick up where they left off: crunching, muted guitar drives the act...

Music – Zero-Day

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Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple is a graphic designer and Cinema 4D wizard whose prolific output of colourful, futuristic graphics is out of this world. But Beeple doesn't want you thinking that technological advances, and...

Close Up

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Merrill Beth Nisker (born 11 November 1968), better known by her stage name Peaches, is a Canadian electronic musician and performance artist who lives in Berlin, Germany. Her songs are noted for disregarding traditio...

The Fine Art of Hanging On

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On the follow-up to their 2013 LP, Alone Aboard the Ark, British folk-pop group the Leisure Society contemplate survival and perseverance with a loosely themed collection called The Fine Art of Hanging On. During the ...

Snackbytes

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In the changing face of digital downloads the traditional model of distribution - territory by territory is broken. For a film to find it's audience in a crowded marketplace, considerable effort must be put into di...

Harvest Moon

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But you wont find her simply churning out hackneyed jazz standards. Her gently expressive voice and highly personal compositions are firmly rooted in the folklore and the countryside of her native southern Sweden, add...

Music – Apparition

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The video is for Stealing Sheep's track Apparition, and sees the artists themselves performing a choreography amongst a troupe of Morris dancers, handkerchief in hand. In a recent interview  group  talked about the...

Sweet Nothing

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English singer/songwriter Gabrielle Aplin shot to fame in the U.K. toward the end of 2012, when her haunting rendition of Frankie Goes to Hollywood's hit "The Power of Love" was used in the Christmas advertising campa...

Deep in the Iris

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Braids are a three-piece experimental pop band from Montreal. To record their third album, Deep In The Iris, Braids decamped to a series of retreats in the mountains of Arizona, Vermont, and upstate New York. Surround...

Take Me to the Church

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Polunin, a Ukrainian dancer who is now working principally in Russia and who has struggled very publicly in the search for his professional and personal identity, brings a story of his own to Hozier’s song "Take Me to...

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