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La Roux Admits To Never Making Money From Record Sales | Music News

  It is common knowledge that the current state of the music industry means that being a world famous musician does not automatically mean you live a luxury lifestyle. With so many virtual platforms offering music for free, or for a small monthly cost, with the only disadvantage being you do not technically own the tracks, many artists are struggling[…]

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YJ – Saxophones Cry Freestyle | Music Video

  Following on from his MOBO UnSung top ten position, and both his Link Up TV ‘Street Heat’ and GRM Daily ‘Rated’ freestyles, here’s the visuals for London rapper YJ’s latest offering titled “Saxophones Cry Freestyle”. Directed by Anthony Williams and premiered on Link Up TV, the video features cameo appearances from YJ’s Orph Gang collective including Tinyman, Dramah ,[…]

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GB + Ripstar – Voodoo Lady | New Music

  You might remember him as the producer behind such DRB LasGidi classics as “Selecta” and “3Kingz”, but UK-based Nigerian producer, songwriter and sound engineer GB has also worked with some of the biggest names in African music including Dr Sid, Shank and Falz. After taking some time away from the scene to work on some solo projects, GB returns[…]

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Aphex Twin – ‘Syro’ (Album Stream) | New Music

  No doubt Aphex Twin’s album Syro is one of the most hyped up albums to date this year. It’s already the talk of the town with people all over the globe, waiting eagerly for its release tomorrow morning. But as a lot of artists have been doing lately, Aphex Twin has uploaded Syro to popular streaming site Spotify ahead[…]

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Iceage – How Many | New Music

  Danish Punk Rock Band Iceage have released a new single from their third album Plowing Into The Field Of Love. The track entitled “How Many” sounds vaguely similar to British Sea Power’s early material, exhausted vocals and all. Following Iceage’s critical acclaim from previous albums, New Brigade and You’re Nothing, the band must surely be feeling the pressure. Yet[…]

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