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Cross-Channel Music – ‘Man In A Dream’

Cross-Channel Music is the indie pop-folk project of French London-based singer songwriter Pierre Lassegues.

After an early and unlikely viral hit in 2006 with a song about the professional swimmer Laure Manaudou – which benefited from the timely release of leaked photos – Lassegues was the frontman and songwriter of the Parisian band Bradford Musical, before moving to London in 2012.

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Remayn – ‘Him Always, Them Sometimes, Her Forever’

Remayn is an indie-folk singer/songwriter from Eastbourne, England. He began writing music at the age of 26 as a way of processing grief after several personal tragedies. In April 2016 he released his first EP, 21276, named after the ages he was at the time of those tragedies. Described as ‘unapologetically macabre’ and ‘brutally honest’, the 5-track EP dealt with themes of loss, absence, confusion and sorrow.

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Jay Naylor – ‘Roger That’

Jay Naylor is a musician from Nottingham, his single ‘Roger That’ is available to stream on all music platforms. The song is about the state of our shared world and how anyone can see that things need to change.

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The Baltics – ‘Homeless Kids/Character Arc’

The Baltics are a young 4-piece indie band based in the North East of England. They are inspired by all corners of music including, classic rock, indie, Stoner Rock, Britpop, Hip Hop and many more. They have found a sound that sits between the before mentioned genres. The Baltics are back with a brand new single ‘Homeless Kids/Character Arc’ from their debut EP ‘Pine Lane’s Poster Boy’.

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Hannah Rodríguez – ‘Land Of Ice’

Hannah Rodríguez is a singer/songwriter/producer based in East London, following her previous release ‘B2in1s’, ‘Land Of Ice’ is Hannah’s latest single which is now available to stream on all music platforms.

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The Redroom

I got a chance to speak to The Redroom over a video call and I was able to ask some questions, I hope you enjoy watching as much as I enjoyed doing the interview. I’d just like to thank the band for taking the time out to do this interview.

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Venus Fly Trap

“What got me involved in music in the first place was the punk, new wave explosion it changed my perception of being able to be in a band, it was the get up and give it a go attitude and see where it leads approach inspired me. Minimal experience but it didn’t matter it was the ideas that counted, this DIY approach got people involved in music who would not of thought of it before and got me into my first band THE ISAWS.

VENUS FLY TRAP came together after I had left a band called ATTRITION who were based in London at the time, I had done an album and toured UK/Holland with them, my first trip abroad with a band. Decided to move back to my native Northampton famous for BAUHAUS, ALAN MOORE and the film KINKY BOOTS, hooked up with my brother JOHN NOVAK (ISAWS, WHERES LISSE) and TONY BOOKER an x art school student, I had also studied at art school. The line-up has changed many times over the years, ANDY DENTON joined via local band CROWMAN, initially as the drummer and ended up playing guitar and has done for many years.

We have been described as “blade runner rock n roll with dark acidic shades”, we create dark sonic cinema for the mind, film noir, sci fi soundscapes that absorb post punk, electronica and meld joy division, doors, chemical brothers like melted wax crayon colours.

All this has been captured in the release VENUS FLY TRAP/ALEX NOVAK-MERCURIAL CD/DL(GLASS RECORDS MODERN)a career spanning retrospective that includes the best of VFT and other bands, projects I have been involved with including ISAWS,RELIGIOUS OVERDOSE,ATTRITION,TEMPEST,NOVA STATE CONSPIRACY,THE DEN and SPORE for people to delve into and explore further”.

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Jake Harper

Jake Harper is a 19 year old singer-songwriter from the UK.

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Tarah Who?

Tarah Who? Well, “she” equals “they,” and “they’re” a power duo masterminded by grunge-punk sage Tarah Carpenter, a firebrand front-woman who channels explosive emotionality into rousing anthems. “I’m really sensitive to things that happen around me, and I love studying psychology and human behavior,” Tarah shares. “When I write, I seek to process personal stories and news stories through these perspectives, but in a way that’s relatable to everyone.” Tarah exudes a spiritual centeredness that is poetically aligned to the origins of her name. The name “Tara” in Buddhist lore refers to the “mother of liberation,” an apt archetypal reference for such a strong and shamanistic female artist. Tarah Who? recalls 1990s alt-rock and grunge’s tradition of balancing integrity with tuneful song-craft. Entries in the Tarah Who? oeuvre sit nicely alongside Alanis Morissette, Foo fighters, The Distillers, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Spinerette. Tarah Who? is a in every sense of the phrase, bonded together by telepathic musical interplay and profound interpersonal connections. In addition to Tarah, drummer/backing vocalist Coralie Hervé. Previously, Tarah Who? has released two full-lengths, three EPs, and one single of raw punky rock n’ roll. The duo’s output has garnered plaudits and earned feature-story coverage from GIG Radar, Kill The Music, La Grosse Radio, Loud Stuff, Moshville, Music Connection, Muzak, and The Ring Master, among other outlets. It’s a remarkable feat for an unsigned band to make such waves in the biz, but Tarah Who?’s incendiary live shows and snarling sing-alongs are hard to ignore. Even alt-pop goddess Alanis Morissette’s guitarist Jason Orme has given a big stamp approval to the group, co-producing and playing guitar alongside Tarah on the recently released EP’s, Half Middle Child Syndrome,64Women and the single to be release in November 2019 Pantomath. With a stable lineup, and a dynamic rhythm section that can effortlessly shift from scorched-earth rock to tender balladry, the duo is embarking on a halcyon era ushered in by its current EP, 64 Women.

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