Music History

Pete Townshend – “Let My Love Open The Door”

From his album “Empty Glass” (1980):

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New Music

Nova Miller – “Cold Feet”

From her upcoming EP “Sting”, to be released on 11 February 2022:

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In The Spotlight

Sianon – “Is There Ever Any Going Back For Us”

Raised in the West-Midlands, this singer and songwriter of Irish descent taught herself to play piano and guitar aged 13 and took to busking on the streets of Dudley. After a move to Brighton to attend University, she went on to support Gabrielle Aplin and perform at festivals like Isle Of Wight. Inspired by Taylor Swift, she switched from folk to pop and released her debut “Overthinking” in 2020.

Taken from her upcoming EP “Now That It’s Over”, on which she lyrically narrates various stages of a breakup in her songs, her new single combines a sweet pop melody with heartfelt emotions. From the mellow bass plucks to the sparkle of the sanguine chorus, she conveys her story both in word and sound. Working toward a crescendo of melodic passion, this jam is filled with rich pop sentiment.

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In Memoriam

Meat Loaf – “Razor’s Edge”

Legendary rocker and actor Marvin Lee Aday, aka Meat Loaf, passed away yesterday, aged 74.

From his album “Midnight At The Lost And Found” (1983):

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New Music

Emeli Sandé – “Brighter Days”

Filled with hope and wrapped in infectious gospel-pop tones, this is the new single by songstress Emeli Sandé:

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In The Spotlight

Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard – “Break Right In”

Having started as a bedroom studio project for Tom Rees in 2016, he soon employed the help of his brother Eddie Rees, Ethan Hurst and Zac White to create this quartet and champion a 70s rock sound. Hailing from Wales, they perform a wild live show, conjuring the ghosts of rock ‘n’ roll past. Taking inspiration from Cream and John Lennon, they debuted their raw sound on “Late Night City” in 2019.

Bring out the denim flares, bright orange carpets and lava lamps, because their new single is erupting with vintage glam-rock vibes. Taken from their upcoming debut album “Backhand Deals”, expected on February 25th, it starts Lennon-esque calm, before an insatiable percussion and rolling rock guitars burst to life. Enriched with a touch of britpop modernity, this groove is a savory sonic pastiche.

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