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Sam McLaughlin – ‘Iced Coffee at Midnight’

Sam McLaughlin is an independent artist from Northwich but now located in Liverpool. Sam is releasing his Debut EP ‘Iced Coffee at Midnight’ on the 30th of April which will be available to stream on all music platforms.

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Dalmas – ‘Stay’

Manchester based Dalmas are releasing their debut EP ‘Stay’, after a succession of single releases including their monster festival anthem ‘Jhm’, which was championed by BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing Amazing Radio and XS Manchester. The 6 track EP features the new unreleased title track ‘Stay’, an in your face, punchy, stadium rock song taking influence from the likes of Rage Against The Machine, Royal Blood and Muse. Lead singer and drummer George Farrar says on the EP “this feels like a momentous moment for the band. It’s the first collection of our songs in one EP and we couldn’t be prouder, we really poured our hearts and souls into these songs and hope people can connect with them in some way”.

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Queensway – ‘The Night Life’

Queensway are an indie punk rock band from Essex crafting a mix of heavy guitars and electronic music to create a blend of libertines meets gorillaz. Queensway are a self-sufficient band producing and recording their music themselves along with making all the music videos, they live by a DIY attitude.

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Misao McGregor – ‘Kid in the Corner’

In a time of such political divisiveness, Misao finds that storytelling and relating personal details can help humanize one’s experiences of difference, allowing others to empathize and shift their perspectives, even if only slightly. Her album seeks to provide a voice for those who feel marginalized and disenfranchised while also showcasing her unique and individual experience as a queer, non-binary, mixed-race human in this world.

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Man & Boy – ‘Adelaide’

Man & Boy are a father and son duo, by jamming through practical exercises exploring rhythms and styles they ended up writing some great songs together such as ‘Adelaide’ and ‘1996’.

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Alan Donnelly – ‘Session One’

Alan Donnelly is a musician from Ireland and has just released his first EP as a solo artist. Having been in a band and also a composer for campaigns such as Coco-Cola, Tate Modern and Monster Energy it took a global pandemic to finally make me put together my EP known as “Session One.” The whole EP was recorded in my garden shed during lockdown. This is a four track EP from future album “The Shadows”.

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The Rafters

I discovered this talented band from Ollie who sent me a message saying, “I think you will like these”, he wasn’t wrong. When I first discover a band it usually takes me a few listens to their music for me to fully get into it. This was not the case though when I played The Rafters debut EP, within the first few seconds of listening to ‘Slippin’ away’ I was sold.

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Dogs Don’t Deal – ‘Painting Pictures’

Dogs Don’t Deal debut EP ‘Painting Pictures’ was released on October 2nd. The first song from the EP – Chasing Numbers has already been played on Dean Jackson’s BBC Introducing show and Radio Leicester recently played the second single ‘Fire’.

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Mark Westberg – ‘Starseed Phantoms’

Mark Westberg is a singer/songwriter from Seattle, WA. He describes his music style as folk-punk, grunge and rock and roll, Mark’s debut EP ‘Starseed Phantoms’ is available to listen to on all music platforms.

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