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Free Arts, Music & Wellness Weekender Turning Tides Festival Takes Over Greenwich Peninsula | Culture

  This July, Greenwich Peninsula, London’s newest creative neighbourhood, unveils the first phase of The Tide – a five-kilometre cultural linear park designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the co-designers of Manhattan’s High Line. To celebrate its opening will be Turning Tides Festival, two weekends of art, music and wellbeing, inspired by the fluid, ever-changing nature of our city, our[…]

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Shenie Fogo – Make A Move | New Music

  Swedish-Jamaican artist and creator Shenie Fogo follows on from the sensational buzz from her recent releases “4 AM” and “Mood” with the release of her latest single “Make A Move”, as she gears up for the release of her forthcoming debut EP.   Heavily influenced by R&B music from the 90’s and early 2000’s, Shenie samples Brandy’s “I Wanna[…]

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Amelia Carey – Happy Tears | New Music

  Rising R&B/Pop songstress Amelia Carey has been steadily cooking up buzz over the past year as an emerging star as well as a fresh beacon of the LGBT movement, and now looks set to kick it up a gear with her latest single “Happy Tears”.   With its dynamic, upbeat pop production handled by the AZTX duo, “Happy Tears”[…]

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Mat Randol Debuts Music Video For ‘Youology/What’s Your Vibe’ | Music News

  Portland artist and songwriter Mat Randol offers something new in his “Youology/What’s Your Vibe? music video. Known for his conscious and concise bars, this release takes his talent to new musical heights, as he reveals a more mature side to the rapper, with his on camera swagger shining through throughout.   In the visuals,you will see the Portland native[…]

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Red Bull Music Festival Comes To London This Summer | Music News

  With editions having taken place across the world – from New York to São Paulo, LA to Tokyo, Red Bull Music Festival now lands in London from August 20 to September 14 for the first time. For four weeks, a diverse program of events takes over the capital’s open air spaces, iconic clubs, cutting edge concert halls and historic venues, shining a light[…]

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