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Danny Smart – ’She’s Mine’

Danny Smart combines country with contemporary rock perfectly. He has all the qualities of a major country artist, but he also has a Rocky edgy which makes his new release ’She’s Mine’ quite a delightful listen. 

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The Cazales – ‘Woe is Me’

The Cazales based in North Wales, Wrexham originally formed in 2015 and released their debut EP ‘Real Emotion’ in 2016 which was produced by Alan Smyth from 2fly studios in Sheffield. After a great start to 2019 this year so far they have headlined our first show for Scruff Of The Neck Promotions, aswell as headlining in Sheffield, Manchester and have recently released their EP ‘A Certain Quackery’. On May 15th they released their single which is titled ‘Woe is Me’ which is available on all major stores. The video which was a lockdown version was produced by their very own Josh O’Brien.

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The Racketeers – ‘Toothache’

The Racketeers have released their second album ‘Toothache’, the album is a mix of different styles but it draws a lot of influence from raw 60s R&B, shoegaze and indie. The songs are about different aspects of life and growing up. The band say “As well as just making us laugh, we thought the cover picture and the name toothache fitted well because a lot of the things you start to do in your 20s are actually terrible for you and the world as a whole but you still do them because they feel good at the time. You can get enticed by lots of sweet stuff but end up with a weird feeling that something’s wrong”.

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Mauritia – ‘Daydreaming’

Encapsulated in the sound of pounding alt-pop, northern five-piece MAURITIA echo their tales of hope, heart-ache, and everything in between.

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Dreuw – ‘Heavy’

Having picked up a guitar for the first time in University halls, it couldn’t have been predicted that this mere emotional outlet for a turbulent student away from home would render the Indie-folk, singer-songwriter that is, Dreuw.

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Home State – ‘Call Me/ Leave Me’

Ah, Home State. Where do I start? The new track has heaps of selling points. I first received this track only a few days ago, and for me, it feels like I have been listening to this record for years. It is most likely the infectious chorus which has been spinning around in my head for days. Therefore hats off to the group for crafting a hugely memorable track. 

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Conrad Ashton – ‘Time’

An ever-evolving, no-frills singer-songwriter. Conrad Ashton shares modern rock music that is firmly rooted in the classic pop sound. A constant student of music, Conrad keeps a steady focus on designing eloquent lyrics that remain humble and relatable for every song he writes. The melodies, rhythms, and layers of his sound highlight current rock influences while giving a respectful nod to the decades and artists of the past. Falling into a genre he likes to call beyond basic rock and roll, Conrad Ashton balances the importance of the music and lyrics with poetry in motion performing to create his desired result for every tune.

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Mass House

Birmingham duo Mass House formed by lifelong best friends Dylan Williams and Tom Minchin, Mass House combine plastic synths and eerie beats on an exploration through Birmingham’s Brutalist heritage and diverse collection of personalities to create something truly unique.

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Pizza Daddy – ‘Too Many Boyfriends’

The band has a new single “Too Many Boyfriends” is now available to listen to on Spotify. The duo say “The song was written about a friend of ours who was dating a girl he really liked, but he kept mentioning he felt like she was dating other people behind his back and had ‘Too Many Boyfriends’. He was doing exactly the same behind her back so we didn’t understand where he was coming from, in the end it all worked out fine and they are now officially together.”

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