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Ant And Dec To Host 2015 Brit Awards | Music News

  Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, also known as Ant and Dec are set to host the Brit Awards show in 2015, fourteen years after they last hosted the awards ceremony. They will be taking over from James Corden, who hosted the show from 2011 to 2014. The dynamic duo said about the news, “we’re really excited to be hosting[…]

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Tonik Ensemble – Until We Meet Again | New Music

  Tonik Ensemble describes himself as an “Icelandic electronic act led by Anton Kaldal Agustsson, focusing on an evolving mix of live electronics and organic instruments”. New offering “Until We Meet Again” is the first single released from his forthcoming record titled Snapshots, which has a December 10 release date on Atomnation. This track exhibits is rich, precise sound with[…]

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M. Ward – Here Comes The Sun Again (Four-Track Demo) | New Music

  M. Ward has just released a demo track of his song, “Here Comes the Sun Again” from his album, Transistor Radio, which will be undergoing a vinyl reissue on December 2. In this reissue, each of the songs will have their previously recorded demos put out to the public, like this version here of “Here Comes the Sun Again”.[…]

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Kids Astray – Back To The Ordinary | New Music

  Indie pop band Kids Astray, have released their third single which is to be featured on their debut, self-titled EP, scheduled to be out on December 15. Following “Taking You With Me” and “No Easy Way Out”, “Back To The Ordinary” exhibits the 80s groove, upbeat, catchy pop style that is unavoidably appealing and surprisingly unique. The group consists[…]

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Damien Rice – The Greatest Bastard | New Music

  After an 8-years break, the Irish singer-songwriter Damien Rice is back with another release: a new song taken from his upcoming LP My Favourite Faded Fantasy, titled “The Greatest Bastard”. The ballad’s mood is that of a heartbreaking loneliness, a lament embraced by a barely audible acoustic guitar and the truly doleful voice of Rice. The piano riff at[…]

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