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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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Niniola – Gbowode | New Music

  After a successful run with her hit single “Ibadi”, singer Niniola is back with a new single titled “Gbowode”. Produced by Jospo, Niniola beautifully sings “Gbowode” in both traditional Yoruba and Egun. This is such to be a favourite with Niniola‘s fans. Watch out for the official video to “Ibadi” due to be released soon in the meantime Listen,[…]

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Asgeir – Stormurinn | New Music

  Indie Icelandic folktronica darling Asgeir has just announced a deluxe version of his debut album In The Silence will be released with an extra disc full of unreleased material. To give us a little taste of what to expect, Asgeir has released “Stormurinn”, a charming little tune that would slot perfectly onto In The Silence. It was in fact[…]

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Preview Trent Reznor And Atticus Ross’ ‘Gone Girl’ Soundtrack | New Music

  Stream a preview of Trent Reznor’s latest collaboration with Atticus Ross for the soundtrack of David Fincher’s adaption of Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. I always get excited when I hear Trent Reznor has composed the music for a new film, as he constantly seems to do such a brilliant job. Every piece has classic hints of Reznor’s unique[…]

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Sean O’Neill – Carried In The Wind | New Music

  The massive marching band drums sound at the opening of Sean O’Neill’s new single “Carried In the Wind”, gives the song a dramatic, intense feel right from the beginning. Followed by trumpets, piano, and hand clapping accompaniment, this song’s unique composition opposes the light and dreamlike feel of O’Neill’s previously released single “Vienna”. Both numbers are starkly different and[…]

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