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Daily Archives: 18 November 2012


18 November 2012 |

Formed in early 2012 Pylo are a five piece from Bath comprising of Matthew Aldus (vocals), James Scott (guitar), Johan Jorgensen (guitar), Richard Gully (bass) and Max Blunos (drums). They release their debut single ‘Enemies’ on 26th November 2012. Describing … Read More

KISS “The Casablanca Singles 1974 – 1982 Box Set” – Released late 2012

18 November 2012 |

Multi platinum icons KISS release “The Casablanca Singles 1974-1982” Box Set in December 2012. This magnificent limited edition box set includes all 29 singles released on the legendary Casablanca label. LOS ANGELES, October 31, 2012: Rock legends KISS were … Read More

Sassparilla Unveil Video

18 November 2012 |

Portland, Oregon-based Americana outfit Sassparilla delivers a collection of chameleon roots-pop on their latest, Magpie, set for national release on October 23, 2012. A 9-track offering of songs that span the gamut of the AM dial glory days, the record … Read More

Terry Emm Unveils New Single

18 November 2012 |

‘Gently’ sees critically acclaimed Bedfordshire, UK based singer-songwriter Terry Emm follow up this years stark and rocky album ‘Petals Fallen Off The Sun’ with a sweet twinkling magical sound hinting at perhaps 60’s folk psychedelia. Have a watch of … Read More

BJORK – Bastards

18 November 2012 |

Experimental artist Bjork is well established in Iceland as an electronica, worldbeat, drum & bass and rock musician. Her latest album gathers “the essence of the remixes” and she’s helped by the artists she loves: Death Grips, The Slips, … Read More

VALERIE JUNE – Workin’ Woman Blues

18 November 2012 |

Tennessee country, gospel and Delta blues artist Valerie June sings self-styled “organic moonshine roots music”. With versatility she also captures folk, soul, bluegrass and Appalachian.

Her début single Workin’ Woman Blues is taken from her début album Pushin’ Against … Read More


18 November 2012 |

Critically acclaimed New Yorker Joe Driscoll and West African star Sekou Kouyate are a potent blend of folk, blues, rock, reggae, hip-hop and afro beat. They sing in English and Sousou respectively.


Sekou Kouyate, a Ghanaian musician, is … Read More