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Simon Adams – Something In The Air
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The influence of the Beatles is still bearing fruit today. How many beautiful works were created after the collapse of the famous quartet? Their number is infinite now and their multitude is visible as stars in the night sky, and one of them is song 'Something In The Air' by Simon Adams.
The Connecting Dots – Oblivious Beat
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Helena Sundstrom and Johan Borg are two musicians and two connecting dots who worked good on their first full-length album 'Oblivious Beat'. As a Swedish rock-band, The Connecting Dots absorbed the whole layer of Stockholm's glorious pop culture and folk songs of this cold land.
King Castle – Dracula
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The debut single 'Dracula' by British singer King Castle was released on February 12. That day we got a new promising artist. King Castle is the stage name of Chris Holden, a singer and songwriter.
Mike Nisbet – The Big Sea, Unlimited
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Impeccable palette of strokes of William Turner's artwork, exquisite poetry that takes us into the dark thoughts of William Blake - everything of it comes with our new hero in his art song. The romantic of our generation Mike Nisbet recently recorded his new work 'The Big Sea, Unlimited'.
The Herreras – Latin Jam
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In 2009, Esteban and Sebastian formed a duo, which later became a full-fledged band with bass and percussion. The Herreras offered the public a bouquet of original music composed of beautiful flowers of Latin American styles.
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Once upon a time in the era of classical rock, the word 'multi-instrumentalist' evoked an association with an one-man orchestra - where, those who were unfamiliar with music terminology, imagined a man sitting on the crosswalk or walking around the fair with many percussion and harmonica near his lips plus guitar in hands. Of course, there were multi-instrumentalists, in our understanding, even then, but the cult of the rock band as a family was very developed. Nowadays, the number of musicians in the group is decreasing in parallel with the development of recording technologies, as at one time the number of workers in factories decreased due to the automation of production processes.
Pochenski – No Answers
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'No Answers' - the single of the British band Pochenski - the second creative report of the romantic music trio. Vocal data of singer and guitarist Dan allow to convey the essence of the song. Its pleasant timbre takes us back to a story where we have all recently visited and are still in part.
SpünDay – Magnificent Woman
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There is a music project in South Wales which seems has been secretly hiding and distributing a portion of its art to anyone who involuntarily looks at their YouTube channel.
Toronto Blessing – Life
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Rick- Vocals / Bass Dale- Guitar / Synth / Vocals Murray - Drums. Is what the British trio Toronto Blessings looks like today. Like the city Barnsley lies between two industrial giants Sheffield and Leeds, the band's music is balanced between grunge and hard rock.
Fremmand – Wrong
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One month ago, on February 5, Fremmand's album 'Wrong' was released. We will spare no words to describe what you just need to listen to.