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Sarah Blasko

Sarah Blasko Returns for Sixth Album

Pop rock songstress is back with another collection of dark pop

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Iain Morrison

Iain Morrison returns with new album

Scottish folkster returns for more tales of wisdom

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Alex Stolze

Introducing… Alex Stolze

Violins as weapons of pop

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Greg Laswell

Greg Laswell Returns With New Single

Bitter is Back

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Tash Sultana

Live Vault – Tash Sultana

Australia’s new sensational rocker

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Fafa Galoure

Fafa Galoure – “As You Are”

Combining jazz, classical, blues and rock to make something uniquely awesome

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Steve Hewitt

Introducing… Steve Hewitt

A new gem in UK folk music

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Abi wade

Introducing… Abi Wade

Cello folktronica to push your buttons

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Lauren Hoffman

Live Vault – Lauren Hoffman

Demos of upcoming songs and a 20th anniversary release of Megiddo

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GEA

GEA – “Butterflies” Review

One great song, but an album that’s wrong

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Helga Arvesten

Introducing… Helga Arvesten

Sweden’s budding alt-pop princess

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Stephanie Mabey

Video Vault – Stephanie Mabey

An ode to the creatives

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This Is The Kit

This Is the Kit – “Moonfreeze Shine” Review

Indie folk from grass roots to grit

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Tom Rosenthal

Tom Rosenthal – “Fenn” Review

Acoustic anthems for the underdogs

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Minute Taker

Minute Taker – “Reconstruction” Review

Lusciously marching towards dreamlike madness

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Galapaghost

Introducing… Galapaghost

Haunting single from a manwithout a place to call home

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Sarah Walk

Sarah Walk – “Little Black Book” Review

Enter a new master of the piano rock genre

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Benjamin Clementine

Benjamin Clementine – “I Saw A Fly” Review

The craziest genius of 2017?

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Johanna Warren

Johanna Warren returns with new single

The forest faun of dream folk has returned

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Lupa J

Lupa J “A House I Don’t Remember” Review

Lupa J’s continuing development as a musician is quite fascinating because as a classically trained violinist, she’s further moved away from that world into darker, more fragmented electronica with each release. Her latest EP pushes that trend further and you’ll only hear the violin as a synth bleeding out behind all the effects and beats. […]

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