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Premiere | Lucky 757 - Spanish Shores

By Luigi Sibona

Surf rockin’ swing kings, Lucky 757, are bringing the feel-good vibes with new single, ‘Spanish Shore’. This lush, grooving musical palette will feel familiar to anyone who’s ever had Dick Dale & His Del-Tones iconic surf guitar sound swirling round their head but with enough modernity and production flourishes to not make it feel exclusively a sound from the past. 58 more words

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M&D Selects: Shadow Child

Shadow Child knew at age 12 that he wanted to be a musician. Since then, he’s made a name for himself as a producer, branched out into a DJ career, and launched a music label, Food Music, with friend Lewis of Kry Wolf.  793 more words

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Jay Holz Speaks on Music Management and Public Relations, How He Got into Journalism, Expanding His Positive Vibe Ent. Brand, and Much More.

The behind the scenes aspect of the music industry is one business that helps mold an individual for bigger and better things. If you are able to maneuver and finesse the way one should in regards to building up a great contact list as well as gaining as much knowledge as possible, you’ll be setting yourself up for success in the long run when it comes to any future endeavors. 1,421 more words

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Set The Record Straight: July

Sounds of Summer

Since arriving back in the UK, I have had the rare pleasure of a genuine British summer. Where the presence of consistent sun is something of an unusual element of my summers, one thing that has been ever-present is good music. 623 more words

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JUNE 2018 - A MIXTAPE

Somehow, inexplicably, we’re almost in July.

I’d say it doesn’t feel like summer however, England has seemingly had a change of heart, suddenly it’s 30 degrees and I am frankly, dying in the heat. 221 more words

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theMusic.com.au: Is Technology Making The Music Industry Better Or Worse?

Published on theMusic.com.au, June 2018

There seems to be a lot of people stabbing in the dark when in comes to the future of the music industry, but few as qualified as  988 more words

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