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THE PRISONERS-THE WISEMISERDEMELZA.

THE PRISONERS-THE WISEMISERDEMELZA.

Musical history is littered with groups whose report card said could have done better. This includes The Prisoners, who were formed in Rochester, Kent in 1980, and released four albums, before splitting up in 1986. 2,066 more words

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THE CHARLATANS-THE LIMIT OF THE MARVELLOUS-VINYL EDITION.

THE CHARLATANS-THE LIMIT OF THE MARVELLOUS-VINYL EDITION.

Between 1964 and 1969, The Charlatans’ star shawn bright.  However, The Charlatans were larger than life mavericks. They dressed like 19th Century outlaws, and embraced the rock ’n’ roll lifestyle. 2,061 more words

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Sound Assassins - Let Me Hear You

Sound Assassins – Let Me Hear You

Ben Angwin and Phillip Hope of BBG (Snappiness, Some Kind of Heaven) fame released this huge slice of piano house in 1992, their only release as Sound Assassins. 65 more words

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Alex Newell debuts new single "This Ain't Over"

Alex Newell has debuted his new single online.

The actor-singer posted the audio clip for “This Ain’t Over” to his YouTube channel on Friday (January 14, 2016). 86 more words

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Introducing: Dropout - You Always Win

Introduced to me via. one of my fellow writers at Indie Shuffle, ‘You Always Win’ is the phenomenal new single from Big Beat Records signed, Santa Barbara trio Dropout. 34 more words

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Big Beat Records' (@wearebigbeat) First Annual Friendsgiving!

For those who have never heard of Big Beat Records, the label was created in 1987 by Craig Kallman and was brought into the Atlantic Records stable 1991 after gaining clout as an indie label in the underground dance music scene. 261 more words

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The Knocks, Alex Newell share "Collect My Love" music video

The Knocks have shared the music video for their new single online.

The American electronic music duo – composed of Benjamin “B-Roc” Ruttner and James “JPatt” Patterson – posted the visual clip for “Collect My Love” to their official YouTube channel on Thursday (August 27, 2015). 80 more words

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