Equally melancholic and joyous, Nina Kotova’s Cello Suites are balm for the soul.
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If David Lynch and Fatboy Slim got drunk and decided to make a song for a Saturday morning kids’ show, there is every possibility it might turn out something like this.
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Equal parts brutal and beautiful, Arkos’ Reflected is brooding, colourful, and creative in ways that new music really should be.
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Don’t panic! If you’re looking for a sassy reworking of the Donna Summer classic ‘Hot Stuff’, Emma Constance has got it covered.
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With all the eighties darkness of Depeche Mode and the Cure, Blood Sugar Summer’s style is deliciously synthtastic.
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Grab a can of Lilt, sit back, and enjoy some sunshine from the hands of Sono Vero.
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True blue rock and roll right here, so don’t you go nowhere. Sam Haiman Band’s grooves are tight, with a grittiness that leaves a satisfying aftertaste.
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Positive, upbeat, and filled with sounds that will cheer you up this summer, Stellar’s latest track, ‘Fight For Love’ is one of the happiest electronic pop song’s you’ll hear today.
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Perfect Mark’s blend of pop rock balances smooth vocals with a good helping of grit.
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Amen Alibi could well be time travellers, bringing their instruments with them from forty years ago to make use of the modern recording technology that is now so readily available.
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