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Francis Groove: “Alright (Take My Hand)” Tony. G – resonates with reflection, redemption and renewal

Francis Groove was born and raised in Brussels, Belgium. He started out as a turnta​blist, fusing rare groove R&B, Hip-hop and breakbeats. Groove started getting into electro music after his first trip to US at the age o...
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Silke Berlinn and The Addictions: “RETROPUNK” – the definition of pure, unabashed, scathing rock n’ roll

Silke Berlinn began singing in a Catholic girls’ choir at the age of 6. At 15, she formed her first band in NYC, leaving soon after for San Francisco to work with Robbie McKenzie of Mink deVille. Berlinn’s first recordi...
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A&L: “Onto the Next Heart” – energetic, sophisticated and nuanced rock n’ roll

A&L is a new act made up of two seasoned industry professionals: Anthony Casuccio and Lana Marie. Anthony is a 20 year music veteran whose production work has been nominated for three Grammy awards, been featured in major m...
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Blue Flame releases “Ben Franklin” from the upcoming album “Fast Life – Fast Lane”

Blue Flame started his musical journey on the drums at the age of five. Some time with the saxophone and performing live at the age of eight, laid the foundation for a career that has included working with some of the best in h...
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LUNA RISE – “Smoking Kills But Love Can Break A Heart” – all killer no filler!

Luna Rise, a Melodic-Rock band from Enns in Upper Austria, is back with a reissue of their album, “Smoking Kills But Love Can Break A Heart”, out now on the prestigious indie label, NRT-Records label. The album sees band m...
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Sarantos: “We Accept The Love We Think We Deserve” – examines emotional abuse

In his career, Sarantos has affronted many serious themes on love and relationships through his vast catalog of songs. For his latest release, he looks at the terrible theme of domestic abuse under its various guises, adding an...


 
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