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It’s been a long few months waiting for this saturday. 300 strong home crowd, sold out the biggest venue in St Helens. We’re so so happy that you’ve all been a part of this, it’s going to be mind-blowing. 41 more words

[NEWS] 2016.06.15 Special tv su Kakihara Tetsuya in onda su Music Japan TV

Il programma musicale Music Japan TV in data trasmetterà stanotte ( verrà poi replicato) uno special su Kakihara Tetsuya.

Lo show celebra l’uscita del suo quarto singolo 「Susumasero!」, non solo trasmettendo il videoclip dell’omonimo brano, ma anche tutti i suoi video musicali precedenti per omaggiare il fascino di Kakihara Tetsuya. 58 more words

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Dillon Francis Remixes Phantoms’ “Call My Name” For a New Summer Jam

Dillon Francis had disappeared for a little while from a radars, but just a little bit, because now he’s back with a new remix for us to jam to in lieu of the holiday craze phase that everyone’s in. 273 more words


[NEWS] 2016.06.15 Kakihara Tetsuya MV Special to Air Today on Music Japan TV

Music Japan TV, a music show which airs via CS and CATV will broadcast Kakihara Tetsuya Special starting today 25:00 (there will also be repeat broadcast on June). 125 more words


Phantoms “Call My Name” ft. Skylar Astin

Phantoms “Call My Name” ft. Skylar Astin

Los Angeles-based electronic duo Phantoms have released their latest single “Call My Name” featuringSkylar Astin (actor/singer from Pitch Perfect and Spring Awakening), out now via… 50 more words


Ceol Nua: Future Fears - Call my Name

Debut single release from Future Fears Call my Name

Call my Name is the debut single from Dublin pop-rock outfit Future Fears. A duo made up of Dave Duggan and Amy McDonagh, managed by stalwart of Irish music Keith McLoughlin, Future Fears have been working away in the background for some time now, polishing their sound before the grand unveil. 234 more words

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On April 20, 2004.

On April 20, 2004, “NPG Records” label released “Musicology”, the twenty-eighth Prince studio album. It was recorded at “Metalworks Studios” in Mississauga, and was produced by Prince. 118 more words