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  • Proclamation Bones - Tift Merritt
    Along the way, Merritt’s also become a wonderful kind of musical veteran— one who’s attentive to the capriciousness of her own inspiration while allowing herself time and space to tease out her ideas. Merritt’s voice summons up a picture of determination in the face of lonesome heartache. It’s material that’s straight out of the Dolly Parton or Tammy Wynette songbook,...
  • It Must Have Been Love - River Matthews
    Surrey native River Matthews fostered his early love of music by learning covers from the songbooks of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and others. His rich, soulful voice was a strong fit for the classic fare, but it wasn't until his mid-twenties that he finally mustered the courage to write some tunes of his own. His first song came in the form of a plea ...
  • Carmen - Alessandro Porcella
    Carmen is the new short film written and directed by Gabriella Parisi, the story is loosely based on the novel by Prosper Mérimée published in 1845 from which is also ispired the unforgettable and acclaimed opera by Georges Bizet. The original soundtrack is composed by Alessandro Porcella, musician, film composer and music producer, who is been nominated for numerous ...
  • Somethin' Stupid - Count Arthur Strong & Anita Harris
    Count Arthur Strong, showbiz legend and raconteur, has long claimed a close friendship with 70s It Girl Anita Harris. They now return to release a special record together to aurally consummate their professional relationship. Count Arthur’s legendary and some might say effortless ascent to showbiz reverence is well documented, not least by Arthur himself in his memoir...
  • Fun - Blondie
    Blondie are back, releasing their song Fun from their upcoming album Pollinator, with Debbie Harry looking stunning, and a colourful, psychedelia-tinged narrative by NYC-based director Dikayl Rimmasch. With a performance sequence that the director describes as "flash photography from a punk show," shot with one primary light right overhead of the camera, and an elemen...
  • This Is My Town - Barry Manilow
    This is your chance to hear Barry Manilow's new single, This Is My Town, the first track from his upcoming album My Town: Songs of New York, due April 21. He's debuting it exclusively with USA TODAY. “I’m a New York City boy; born and raised," he explained. "So when it came time to create a new album, I thought, 'How about celebrating New York?' How about saying thank...
  • Alone - Pretenders
    In support of their latest album Alone, The Pretenders have extended their North American tour with Stevie Nicks and have added two more headlining shows, as well as an Austin City Limits TV show appearance on March 13 to be televised at a later date. Alone is the first Pretenders album in eight years and was recorded in Nashville, TN. Originally intended as a solo fo...
  • Ocean Drive - CWF
    TOTO singer Joseph Williams teams up with former Chicago singer Bill Champlin and Swedish guitarist/Producer Peter Friestedt for a new remarkable AOR release following the success with the ”Live In Concert” DVD that made it all the way to the top on the Swedish Chart! In 2012 Champlin/Willams/Friestedt did a sold out Scandinavian Tour and during this time the first re...
  • It Ain't Over Yet - Rodney Crowell
    '[Close Ties] collects his nuanced personal reflections with the intimate, literary sophistication that has been a hallmark of the Houston-born tunesmith’s work since the early Seventies.' –Rolling Stone Country '…a shining example of how some artists season rather than age…Rodney Crowell is on a path lined with the gold of great songs.' –No Depression...
  • One Small Voice - Carole King
    In Carole’s words: I wrote the words and music for the song "One Small Voice" in 1982. More than two decades later I re-recorded it because I wanted a version without synthesizers. I had forgotten about the second recording until January 20, 2017. On January 21, 2017 men, women, and children of all ages with a variety of political views marched peacefully in "Women’s ...
  • Show You The Way - Thundercat
    Thundercat will release his third full-length studio album Drunk on February 24 via Brainfeeder. The album is a 23-track epic journey into the often hilarious, sometimes dark mind of the Grammy-winning singer/bassist and finds a few of his friends joining him along the way including: Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Wiz Khalifa, Kamasi Washin...
  • Goose Snow Cone - Aimee Mann
    Aimee Mann’s new album, Mental Illness, will be out at the end of the month and we recently published an interview with her on the subject. Today, Mann released a video for the LP’s lead single “Goose Snow Cone,” directed by Rob Hatch-Miller and Puloma Basu. In the clip, Mann helps out a friend whose cat undergoes serious surgery....
  • No Plan - David Bowie
    A year on from his death, and to mark what would have been his 70th birthday on the 8th January, a new EP of David Bowie's final recordings from the Lazarus musical, and a new video for the track No Plan. The words of the song appear on a bank of TV screens in a London electrical shop, on a dark and rainy night (just like last night in fact) and begins to attract pass...