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Philip Rollett

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Pale Waves – There’s A Honey

By on 13th May 2017

As the new generation of indie-pop kids hitting the UK charts slows down, Manchester based Pale Waves have started to rise up and look determined to pick up where the likes…

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EMILIE – Never Enough

By on 8th February 2017

Never Enough is an intricate piece of electronica effortlessly blending EMILIE’s smooth, soaring vocals with the track’s multi-layered pop beats, brilliantly creating a moody alternative pop sound for a…

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Blood Orange – Better Than Me

By on 10th January 2017

Blood Orange – Better Than Me

London born artist Dev Hynes, better known as Blood Orange, released Better Than Me at the end of 2016. Mixing spoken word, electronica and…

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Jasmine Rodgers – Blood Red Sun

By on 28th October 2016

Jasmine Rodgers – Blood Red Sun

Jasmine Rodgers’ debut solo album Blood Red Sun, available on the 28th of October (2016), is a fantastic journey of narrative storytelling, a folk album that channels past greats…

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I Have A Tribe – Beneath A Yellow Moon

By on 22nd September 2016

Every so often we get sent through a private link to listen to an upcoming album before it’s release. The latest being by I Have A tribe and their…