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Calum Bowie – ‘Time That I Can Borrow’

Calum Bowie is a popular Edinburgh based singer-songwriter from Banchory, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Since his debut release in 2018, Calum’s presence amongst the Scottish music scene has grown exponentially, with his captivating melodies and authentic lyrics fuelling his uplifting music.

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Jack Hinks – ‘God’

Jack Hinks is an Edinburgh-based singer/songwriter and producer. Known across Scotland and the U.K. for his introspective songwriting, guitar playing, and cross-media experimentation, Jack is becoming a staple name across many genres and scenes. Jack has released a new single ‘God’ which is now available to stream on all music platforms, the single is the 3rd in a series of 5 songs that each represent a stage of grief in the Kübler Ross scale.

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Geo Moon & Not Now Norman – ‘My Melody’

After spending a lifetime growing up with self-doubt, rejection and depression, singer Taylor-Grace finds purpose and happiness when she discovers music and new opportunities arise. Not only does she find purpose in music but she also discovers her voice and unlocks a confident side to her that she never thought she had. The track is about finding a new outlook on life and how the world seems brighter when a purpose is discovered and unlocking your true potential. Even in the darkest of moments, there will always be light at the end of the tunnel. Geo moon is a producer selling beats and looking to collaborate with more talented artists.

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The Motive- ‘Do You Know’

The Motives are back with a brand new single ‘Do You Know’ which is now available to stream on all music platforms. Jamie say’s “We are all really proud of this one having recorded all the parts separately due to COVID restrictions, it was definitely a weird, but rewarding process”.

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Reilly James – ‘Bring Me Down’

Reilly James is an indie artist from Preston, he has released a brand new single ‘Bring Me Down’ which is now available to stream on all music platforms.

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Bad Blood – ‘Muzzle Training’

Hailing and wailing from the sunny north-east coast, Bad Blood is an artist that has no interest in writing and recording songs easily pigeonholed under one genre, instead, preferring to play in the dirty, murky, ill-defined, grey-areas. Bad Blood aims to make the listener the lead character of each song, posing predicaments and dealing in dilemmas. Musically influenced by artists such as Alt-J, 21 pilots, Lana del Ray, Nirvana, and Paul Simon, Bad Blood says the most engaging part of the songwriting process is to be nearly finished, only to ask, “How can I rip this up?”.

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The Vitrines – ‘You Give Me Chills’

Returning to the scene with all guns blazing, Southampton duo The Vitrines come in the form of a one-two punch. Alex Donovan and Billy Houghton are back with a no-nonsense single that encapsulates the band’s gnarly post-punk sound. ‘You Give Me Chills’ lands digitally on the 28th May. Their first release of the year, the two-piece have been carefully crafting a brand-new collection of tunes and now they’re ready to unleash the first part of their new story. Featuring fuzzy guitar melodies, powerhouse drumming, and a relentlessly hooky chorus that takes the song to the next level.

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The Shed – ‘Pig Politics’

The shed is an eccentric duo with an eclectic taste of music, Josh and Tyro joined together during the Lockdown to create The Shed, an eccentric duo from London, with an eclectic taste of music.

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Beth Hartshorne – ‘Less Broken’

It’s been over a year since I last did a review on Beth’s music, since the last review Beth has released four new singles including ‘Less Broken’ which is available to stream on all music platforms.

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