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Ashley Stacey – ‘The Sun Still Shines On You’

Ashley Stacey is a singer/songwriter & guitarist from Sidcup, he has released his debut album called  ‘The Sun Still Shines On You’ which is available to listen to on all on all streaming platforms.

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Théa Marie – ‘Then’

Théa Marie is the London-based Franco-American singer-songwriter who is combining the sounds of all three countries in her forthcoming debut album, ‘Then’, which was preceded by the ultra-catchy indie pop of lead single, ‘Start of Us’. Having played shows Europe whilst also gaining radio play across the continent and playing support for the likes of The Dunwells, Théa has built an infectious 8 track selection of dreamy indie-pop go soul tunes that will surely see her propelled to the next level!

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Jackie Therrien – ‘Dreaming’

Jackie Therrien is an indie/alt pop singer, songwriter, musician and producer who has just released her second album “Dreaming” which is available to buy and stream on all platforms.

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Georgie – ‘At Home’

2020 has been a year of unprecedented happenings, filled with extraordinary stories. ‘At Home’, the new album by Georgie is very much hers. Written against the backdrop of a global pandemic, this is a story of love, loss and redemption in these strangest of times.

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The Harriets – ‘ Hopefuls’

The Harriets are a four piece band from Leeds consisting of Ben Schrodel, Daniel Parker-Smith, Jess Womack and Ryan Bailey, who have released their debut album ‘Hopefuls’ which is now available to listen to on all music platforms.

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Mazmere – ‘MBJDEBNRBM’

Bristol UK based indie band Mazmere have recently released their debut album ‘MBJDEBNRBM’. It is an album about the cycles of mental illness and recovery; the album is a deep and sometimes difficult look into the mind of singer/songwriter Jake Sinetos. Mazmere explain this process though cryptic lyrics and noisy intense soundscapes.

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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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Break Fate – ‘Ferocity’

Inspired by bands such as Knuckle Puck, Tiny Moving Parts and Mallory Knox, your friendly neighbourhood Rock band ‘Break Fate’ was forged in late 2017 by lead vocalist Mashana and lead guitarist Ricky. Their beloved drummer Oliver joined the band a couple months after. Like the final missing piece to the puzzle, the band was complete. Before 2020, Break Fate released two songs titled; “Miraculous” & “Blackout”. They are now ready to unleash their debut album. An album built by three dudes trying to give hope to a hopeless world. Packed with themes of growing up, self doubt, heartbreak and a dash of existential crisis.

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Thee Deadtime Philharmonic – Estate Of The Heart

For my first music review I’ve had the pleasure of listening to these guys for the last week or so and to be honest they’re not the kind of band or type of music I would usually get in to and it’s hard to compare them to any band I’ve ever heard, but surely that’s a good thing right? They’re pretty unique in their own special way as they are standing up for what they believe in, and it certainly shows in the music they are creating.

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