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Freya Ridings – Maps (Watch)

Freya Ridings – Maps (Watch)

Last month, we picked Freya Ridings' absolutely stunning cover of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Maps as our Track of the Week. Her stripped-back, piano-led rendition is a moving affair, tugging…

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Odette – Watch Me Read You (Watch)

Odette – Watch Me Read You (Watch)

Odette is a 19-year-old singer/songwriter hailing from Sydney. Signed to EMI Music Australia at just 17, she has spent the last two years perfecting her debut album. Today shares the…

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Yellow Days – Hurt In Love (Watch)

Yellow Days – Hurt In Love (Watch)

Yellow Days, is a young man destined for big things. Having wowed with last year's otherworldly Harmless Melodies EP, the 18 year old British musical prodigy, returns today with new single Hurt In…

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Passenger – The Boy Who Cried Wolf (Watch)

Passenger – The Boy Who Cried Wolf (Watch)

Last week, Brighton based folk act Passenger announced the release of a surprise new album via Facebook Live. Entitled The Boy Who Cried Wolf, the ten track record is a collection…

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Celeste – The Milk & The Honey (Watch)

Celeste – The Milk & The Honey (Watch)

Brighton based LA native, Celeste released debut EP, The Milk & The Honey, through Lily Allen's Bank Holiday Records back in February. Having previously shared videos for two of the record's…

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Jade Bird: Track of the Week

Jade Bird: Track of the Week

Armed with a voice and a sound made to grace Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, Jade Bird is one of the brightest talents the British folk scene has boasted in years. Jade…

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George Ogilvie – Surveillance (Listen)

George Ogilvie – Surveillance (Listen)

The historic English town of Canterbury is probably best known as the setting for the collection ofMedieval stories and poems known as The Canterbury Tales. Hoping to garner the town some attention…

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Mac Ayres: Track of the Week

Mac Ayres: Track of the Week

We only wrote about Lonely, the latest single from multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter and producer Mac Ayres last week. But after a weekend of listening to it on repeat, it only seems right to…

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Obongjayar returns with the stunning ‘Endless’

Obongjayar returns with the stunning ‘Endless’

Nigerian-born, London-based artist Obongjayar had critics tongues wagging last year following the release of his first EP, Home. A fusion of spoken-word, soul, blues, hip-hop and everything in between, it…

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Rainbrother share sun-soaked video for ‘Fat Eggs’ [Premiere]

Rainbrother share sun-soaked video for ‘Fat Eggs’ [Premiere]

Danish five-piece, Rainbrother, shared their debut album, Tales From The Drought, back in February. The record rightly received wide-spread acclaim, but the sun-soaked, dream-folk cut, Fat Eggs, particularly stood out to us at…

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