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BLESSED - HOWLIN'

South East London duo BLESSED are back with the first new track since their recent debut EP ‘See Through All The Colours‘.  On ‘Howlin”, sisters Lauren & Georgia Morgan continue showcase their fusion of R&B, Dancehall, Electronic and Pop-influenced sounds.”‘Howlin’ is that craving feeling you have for a person you really like or love, especially when you’re away from them and these feelings become more intense,” Blessed told Clash Magazine.  102 more words

New Music

Jessie Ware delivers new promotional single "Alone"

Jessie Ware has delivered her new promotional single online.

“Alone” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms. 132 more words

Universal Music Group

FREE-VINYL REISSUES 1969-1973.

Free-Vinyl Reissues 1969-1973.

Label: UMC.

It’s not often that someone get the opportunity to witness history being made. Those that happened to be in the Nag’s Head pub, in Battersea, London on 19 April 1968 saw history being made. 4,835 more words

Rock

Demi Lovato releases new single "You Don't Do it for Me Anymore"

Demi Lovato has released her new promotional single online.

“You Don’t Do it for Me Anymore” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms. 73 more words

Universal Music Group

Steve "Snips" Parson's reflection of Hull

Steve Parsons the singer of the sharks reflects on his four year period in Hull 1968-1973  517 more words

What's On

Jack And Jack Looked Dapper On The Red Carpet At The MTV VMA's! (@JackJ) (@JackGilinsky)

The talented duo Jack and Jack were seen yesterday walking the red carpet at the MTV Video Music Awards! Johnson tweeted “” along with the picture above! 19 more words

MR JUKES - GOD FIRST

Jack Steadman has already achieved an awful lot in his fledgling career thus far. As the somewhat reluctant, vulnerable frontman of Bombay Bicycle Club, he’s been a key factor in the churning out of four well-accomplished LPs and more than a handful of festival-primed indie belters. 147 more words

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