In The Spotlight

Carah Faye – “Gold Plated”

Californian singer/songwriter Carah Faye Charnow is no stranger to the music scene. She’s been the front woman for the indie rock band Shiny Toy Guns since 2004, with a short 4 year break to start the band Versant. As a child she took voice lessons and sang in a choir called Fresh Chances For America. She sites Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James and Whitney Houston as her early musical influences.

While still fronting Shiny Toy Guns, she is now embarking on a new solo path. Her second solo single is a glorious mix of contemporary R&B and electro-pop. With a full-bodied synth-based groove, melodious harmonies which have a slight gospel vibe and her breathtaking, electrifying vocals, it’s an infectious and delectable taster of her soon to drop full-length debut album.

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Music History

Exposé – “Let Me Be The One”

From their album “Exposure” (1987):

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New Music

Brian Fallon – “Forget Me Not”

From his upcoming album “Sleepwalkers”, to be released on 9 February 2018:

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Birthday Song

Maxine Nightingale – “Will You Be My Lover”

Happy birthday to Miss Maxine Nightingale, who is 65 today.

From her album “Night Life” (1977):

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The Time – “The Walk”

From their album “What Time Is It?” (1982):

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New Music

Sia – “Santa’s Coming For Us”

From her upcoming album “Everyday Is Christmas”, to be released on 17 November 2017:

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