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Introducing: L Sicario

London-based L Sicario have honed a deliciously cool brand of desert rock, which just oozes funkiness.

The band is formed of London school friends Chris (guitar) and Mike (bass), who lived with Niko (lead vocals and guitar) at Leeds University. 885 more words

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Introducing: Continents ramp up the heaviness for new EP

South Wales quintet Contintents are taking the term ‘heavy-hitting’ to the extreme with their new music, which they describe to us as “a blend of chaos and melody thrown at you like a solid right hook.” 614 more words

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New Manchester Hip-Hop: Dubbul-O - Smoka-Motive

As the days move on and the word spreads, Off Licence Magazine’s email inbox gets busier and busier, with some serious British rapping talent sending us stuff to listen to and play on our radio shows. 155 more words

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Introducing: Brixton Alley launch new single 'Gold Dust'

Ten years ago I began my fledgling journalism career as a junior reporter in the sleepy Gloucestershire hills of the Cotswolds. The idyllic village of Chipping Campden was one of my more interesting sources of news and one of the places that I remember with fondness, partly as it brought me two of my favourite stories. 964 more words

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BBC 1XTRA Predicts Hot UK Acts 2018

It’s that time of year again where everybody is feeling new, fresh & renovated – more than most, the UK music industry.

Last year, we witnessed the British music scene go from strength to strength with the influx of Afro-beats, grime and transatlantic collaborations. 81 more words

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10 British Rap Releases of 2017: illiterate - whatifthenwhat

‘As much as this vibe is not your usual UK hip hop fare – if you get it, you get it.’

By David Weir

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Mistletoe and Wine

Mistletoe and Wine,” written by Jeremy PaulLeslie Stewart and Keith Strachan, performed by British pop singer Sir Cliff Richard, who had a big UK hit with it 1988. 118 more words

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