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Benefits Of Learning An Instrument

In a world where YouTube can teach you how to fix cars, create websites, learn a new language, fix a toilet seat, it’s also a great tool for learning instruments. If you have the...

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2018’s Top 10 Albums

If you’re reading this it means you’re intrigued to know the best albums that we came to discover and grow to love. Music that dominated our playlists accumulating thousands of minutes played all wrapped...

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The 1975’s A brief inquiry should be brief

A Breif Inquiry Into Online Relationships should have maybe only been brief after all- not 15 songs long.  I found myself skipping track after track hoping the 1975 would deliver greatness compared to their previous...

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‘Keep A Secret’ by Future Fires

Birmingham Lads Future Fires newest release ‘Keep A Secret’ delivers as awesome vibes as their August single Midnight Sky.  And hail the vocals by Frontman Adam, it’s superb how well instruments gel with his voice....

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New single ‘Crooked’ by Shaun O’Reilly

New single by half Irish London-based singer songwriter Shaun O’Reilly called ‘Crooked’, is an acoustic track which I’m a huge fan of. His lyrics are based on real life events, and some inspired by writers...

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Corella release new single ‘Island’

Corella come flying back with a brand new track called Island after their acoustic release Fever, came out back in July. You could say they’ve brought that summer feeling back to us in a cold November.  To...

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Debut EP by the brilliant Keeva

Half-Irish, Half-Jordanian, London based singer-songwriter, Keeva released her brand new EP, ‘four sad songs and a ballad’ on 26th October. Produced by Ireland’s Tommy McLaughlin, the five-track EP encapsulates everything that Keeva is; a...