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OSO OSO – Impossible game | Music Video

  OSO OSO have shared a new video for their last single “Impossible Game” from their upcoming album Basking In The Glow and we have to say, it’s one of the most random music videos ever.   The emo/pop punk band was formed back in 2014 by Jade Lilitri. Since they first started, the band have been experimenting with different[…]

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Petit Biscuit + JP Cooper – We Were Young | Music Video

  French wonder-kid producer and songwriter Petit Biscuit has unveiled the stunning visuals on his latest single, “We Were Young” featuring British singer/songwriter JP Cooper.   Teaming up with director Pierre Saba-Aris plus Rod Paradot, Marilyn Lima as well as Petit Biscuit as stars, the music video features gorgeous cinematic shots as it tracks nostalgic dreams of longing and love,[…]

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Emmavie – High Off This | New Music

  British singer/songwriter and producer Emmavie has revealed her first single “High Off This” from her upcoming debut album Honeymoon, which will be out on 22 August.   As the artist herself says, her music is a “unique blend of Electronic infused R&B/Hip Hop/Soul music”. She has taken inspiration from many different artists, such as The Neptunes, Dorian Concept or[…]

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Blackpool’s Livewire Festival Cancelled For Second Year Running | Music News

  Blackpool’s Livewire Festival has been cancelled for the second year in a row “due to funding”, according to its organisers.   A statement was released saying the decision to pull the festival was down to “investor issues”.   This year’s event was due to take place over the August bank holiday weekend at Blackpool’s Headlands Arena with a headline[…]

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Festival Boss Geoff Ellis Confirms T In The Park Won’t Return | Music News

  Music fans were left disappointed after T in the Park organisers revealed that the festival won’t be making a comeback any time soon.   Geoff Ellis, whose company DF Concerts ran T in the Park between 1994 and 2016, said, “It was an amazing festival, but it ran its course”.   T in the Park was Scotland’s biggest festival[…]

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