Lady Gaga x Bradley Cooper - I'll Never Love Again

Lady Gaga x Bradley Cooper – I’ll Never Love Again

Lady Gaga x Bradley Cooper – I’ll Never Love Again

 

 

 

 

 

Lady Gaga x Bradley Cooper - I'll Never Love Again

Lady Gaga x Bradley Cooper – I’ll Never Love Again

 

 

 

Lady Gaga x Bradley Cooper – I’ll Never Love Again

 

 

 

For their retelling of the classic A Star Is Born tale—fading celebrity meets ingénue, passes torch—writer/director Bradley Cooper and co-star Lady Gaga had to do a little role reversal. Gaga makes her first turn as a leading lady (big-voiced, fresh-faced singer Ally), while Cooper both directs and sings (aging country-rocker Jackson Maine) for the first time. It turns out that Cooper is just as impressive a singer as Gaga is an actress, and the intense dynamic between the two leads is present from the start.

 

As Gaga told Beats 1 host Zane Lowe, the pair first huddled around the piano in her Malibu home to practice a Creedence Clearwater Revival song, and she was stunned when she first heard his singing voice. “Instantly we started to harmonize, and we were looking at each other and laughing, and it was just this magical experience.” Cooper claims the inspiration for his character came from Eddie Vedder; Gaga merely needed to look in the mirror, drawing on bittersweet memories of her pre-fame days as Stefani Germanotta, busking outside of bars on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. “I was so bullied and so insecure and so depressed, and that is what I drew from,” she recalled.

 

That vulnerability is on display in the movie’s central number, “Shallow,” a power ballad that comes closest to Gaga’s usual recorded fare. The rest of the soundtrack encompasses country-rockers (“Diggin’ My Grave”), Carole King-style piano bops (“Look What I Found”), and slow-dance duets (“Music to My Eyes”). This wide variety of Broadway-ready cues is the product of a dream team of songwriters, including Natalie Hemby, Hillary Lindsey, Jason Isbell, Lori McKenna, Julia Michaels, Lukas Nelson, and Mark Ronson.

 

But what grounds it all is Gaga’s and Cooper’s star power, and their natural flair for the dramatic. The day they filmed the movie’s climactic piano torch song, “I’ll Never Love Again,” Gaga rushed from the soundstage to her friend Sonya’s bedside at the hospital; she passed away that day, after a long struggle with cancer. At the urging of Sonya’s husband, Gaga drove right back to set and poured everything she was feeling into that performance. “I sang that song for Jackson,” she told Zane, “and for her.”

 

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Mariane - Sound of Drums

Mariane – Sound of Drums

Mariane – Sound of Drums

 

 

 

 

 

Mariane - Sound of Drums

Mariane – Sound of Drums

 

 

 

Artist Name: Mariane

 

Song Title: Sound of Drums

 

Genre: Deep Indie Pop

 

Release Date: 26th of October

 

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Mariane – Sound of Drums

 

Rising Mexican singer and songwriter releases new video for her new song SOUND OF DRUMS, a mix of dramatic soul with melancholic pop. The music video features people from all different races and backgrounds, inspired by portraits from photographers around the world. The main message of the song and the video is to create awareness and conscientize people about the social and political tensions in the world; it’s a call to action for people to stand together despite their differences in beliefs, race or origin.

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Brief us on how to impress fans during a live performance.

My live performances are based on raw feeling and stories; the songs that I perform are part of my upcoming album, including this single and they are all different stories about love, thoughts and the world. I love telling people what inspired a song and also ways to relate to it; behind every feeling there is a story to tell.

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List the names of your biggest supporters.

Miguel Godinez, Alejandra Rivera, Maria Jose, Barajas Daniel Azpe, my family and friends.

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Explain what has motivated you so far in your music career.

I truly do believe, especially in this century, that music is the key for changing the world. For me art is a reflection of society, therefor I think there should be better content that brings people together and gives something valuable and good to people’s lives, I want to be a part of that with music, I want to make good music for people and by “good” I mean music that adds something positive to their lives, music that makes people change for good, moves hearts, encourages values, makes them happy, gives hope or helps them find answers. I want to grow on my songwriting and mostly meet and learn from all people that I meet, I think collaborating and team work is key. I would love to be part of such an amazing project that brings people together like this for music and I hope to add to it with what I am and what I have to give as much as I can.

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Discuss your experience as an artist.

I was always very shy until I took the courage to burst my bubble and sing, because I always loved it and dreamed about doing it, it took me a while but in the end I managed to be brave enough. Ever since then I keep pushing myself to explore and get out of my comfort zone more often, being an artist is a lifetime journey, filled with bumps and turns but worth living for, you get to know and discover a lot about the world, the people around you and yourself.

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Tell us the biggest mistake you have ever made in your music career.

Expecting to grow quickly or expecting to be good fast. Well not actually expecting but wanting it and being impatient.

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Discuss the story behind the song.

We are living in a very delicate moment in the history of the world. There are many political and social problems everywhere you look at; there is an environment of uncertainty. This song is a call to the world to do something, to speak up, to think, to open our eyes and solve our issues, to stand by each other.

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Tell us how to fund a music project.

Self-funding and doing side jobs to get the money is my experience on this, but for sure there are many ways to do it.

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Discuss your opinion on the safety of fans during shows and live performances.

The most important thing is that people should be safe and comfortable in a music atmosphere, especially if it’s from an artist that they admire and feel related to the music. In a perfect world, it shouldn’t even be something to talk about cause.

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Tell us the greatest piece of advice someone has given you as an artist.

Follow your own feeling and gut. Your soul always knows what you have to do to get to where you are going, the rest is only noise.

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Tell us what you will improve or change in your music.

I want to have more soul and jazz, more vibe but still deep and with meaning.

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Discuss vocal training and how you protect your vocal.

I think is key, although the feeling should never be put aside. But correct vocal training will give you a bit more confidence to control and take care of your voice and therefor express with less worry and at more ease.

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Discuss your best mood during performance.

Best mood is when I completely let go of my thoughts and I’m 100% feeling and expressing the song.

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List your best artists with reasons.

Lianne La Havas: great guitar style, she is vibey and fresh sound.

 

Tom Mishc: amazing guitarist and he mixed jazz with disco genre in a modern, cool and vibey way.

 

Jorja Smith: great lyrics and cool proposal.

 

Corinne Bailey: a lot of soul and truthfulness with jazzy chords.

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Discuss your existence as an artist.

I think I am here to talk about topics that not a lot of people talk about through music: love in a bigger picture (not just as in “love stories”), social and political issues, personal growth, values etc…

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Tell us the greatest problem you think is facing the society and the solution.

People don´t know or love themselves truthfully and genuinely, that brings fuzz and shallowness. I think the word “love” is sometimes misconceived and misunderstood and even underestimated. Also I’m sure the world needs humbleness and faith, world needs to acknowledge God’s presence.

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Discuss your songwriting and recording.

My songwriting process comes in different ways but mostly I get melody ideas with lyrics and build up a song from that, other times is with an instrument.

 

 

 

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Ten Years Today - Conflicted

Ten Years Today – Conflicted

Ten Years Today – Conflicted

 

 

 

 

 

Ten Years Today - Conflicted

Ten Years Today – Conflicted

 

 

 

 

Artist Name: Ten Years Today

 

Song Title: Conflicted

 

Genre: Alternative pop

 

Release Date: 21-09-2018

 

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Interview with Chaos Magazine – Chaos Music Magazine

 

The Daily Indie “Britpop is flowing through their veins.”

 

The Next Gig “This band is heading for national success.” All

 

All Things Loud “Another milestone for van Luijtelaar and his band.”  – All Things Loud

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Ten Years Today – Conflicted

 

We’re taking you to a random Ten Years Today gig… Floris, Simon and Mathijs are giving all they got on stage, the place they belong. They get off with quite the ‘natural high’. That night, the three friends are getting drunk on the festival vibe, when a production-employee offers them a spare hotel room. Nice! Despite the good vibes and energy, they manage to get in one of those silly, drunk arguments. In that hazy night, they manage to lock each other out of the freshly gotten hotel room. The next morning, two of the guys wake up on the floor in front of their hotel room, while number three is still unknowingly dreaming. Later that morning, shit tends to get physical at breakfast, but luckily everything is forgotten after a firm hug. All that’s left to think about is the banger of a set they delivered the day before. Energetic, musically tight and all in good fun. Stories like this one define the dynamic in Ten Years Today, to give everything, frustrations and a friendship that can take a punch. We are extremely proud to announce the release of Ten Years Today’s debut album. In 37 minutes, you’ll hear slick rock tunes with recognizable hooks, the way Arctic Monkeys and Red Hot Chilli Peppers used to make them. They have been playing the smaller venues in the Netherlands and are now ready to cross borders. In March it’s the UK’s turn to dance along to tunes like ‘Do Ya’ and ‘Praise The Shit’.

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Brief us on how to impress fans during a live performance.

We want our audience to experience an unforgettable night, and them to escape the boring reality that’s full of shit. We do this by making music and we’re giving our all during our live sets. Making music is our way of escaping, we’re not even trying to give everything, and it just pours out of us.

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List the names of your biggest supporters.

There are couple of special ones that have believed in us from the start and they’ve been with us through everything, and still are! Love to all the mums!

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Explain what has motivated you so far in your music career.

Like we’ve said before, music is our way of escaping ‘real life’. Everything that bothers us or that goes around in our heads, we can put it all in our songs. The documentary ‘A Dutch Connection’ by Bram van Splinteren has been a huge inspiration. Watch it and you’ll also want to play in a band!

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Discuss your experience as an artist.

Being an artist is actually quite complicated. I always thought it just meant making music and that would be easy. Well, that was a lie. Making music is of course a big part of being an artist and it can be lovely, but writing music has to be hard and has to cost effort and all of a sudden you have something beautiful. At least that’s how it works for me, because it’s different for every musician! When you’ve made something beautiful it feels really good, but being an artist is not just about sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. There’s getting gigs, marketing and a lot of other ‘dull’ stuff like sending out emails over and over again before you get a reply. It’s hard work.

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Tell us the biggest mistake you have ever made in your music career.

I started making music at a very young age, it’s quite hard to know then what you should and should not do. I might have pushed people away in music industry by being too enthusiastic. I wish I would have communicated differently back then, but I learned!

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Discuss the story behind the song.

‘Conflicted’ is about having meaningless sex, but realizing that in the end we all want something more, something ‘real’. Every time I tried to have something real with someone, I managed to fuck it up and to end up alone again. This song is actually about loneliness.

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Tell us how to fund a music project.

For our debut album we had started a crowdfunding and we got a lot of nice response to that, so in the end we were able to make our debut with the money of our fans and supporters. Shout out to them! But next to crowdfunding, we’re trying to make money with shows and selling merchandise as well as vinyl of course!

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Discuss your opinion on the safety of fans during shows and live performances.

We play shows because we want to give the audience an unforgettable night where we can all forget everything for a minute. We don’t want them not to be able to retell the night… Sometimes our shows do get wild, but we always keep an eye out on our fans and we always see how other fans take care of each other as well! No one gets hurt; we’ll make sure of that.

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Tell us the greatest piece of advice someone has given you as an artist.

There’s a lot of musicians and professionals in the music business that have helped us load through the years by giving us small advice on how to sell ourselves as a band. The best advice I ever got was not to worry too much about what other people say and think and that I should do what feels good to me.

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Tell us what you will improve or change in your music.

Nothing very specific, music is about feeling and I will always write what I feel. We live and we grow. We’ll see what the future brings…

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Discuss vocal training and how you protect your vocal.

Every day I practice and right before shows I make sure my voice is warmed up, which is very important! If you practice half an hour every day, you notice a proper difference with what you felt and sounded like before. These exercises might sound or look a bit weird, but at least you get to keep your voice… And you’ve only got one.

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Discuss your best mood during performance.

Doesn’t really matter in what mood I am before a performance, as soon as I step on stage, everything changes. We don’t just want the audience to forget normal day life; we do so ourselves as well, it just happens. We lose ourselves in our music, which is the best part about making music.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Ten Years Today – we ever started as a duo on a dusty attic and Simon, our bass player, came up with Ten Years Today. Right before I realized that my brother turned ten that day. We thought it was fate!

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List your best artists with reasons.

There are so many! At this moment my favourite bands are Parquet Courts and together PANGEA. I can totally find myself in the lyrics of the latest Parquet Courts album, they’re just so beautifully written. And my forever love are the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the way they play their music live is just amazing to me. I always like when a band is better live than on vinyl.

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Discuss your existence as an artist.

I exist, so I’m an artist. There’s nothing I could or wanted to do.

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Tell us the greatest problem you think is facing the society and the solution.

Social media – It makes everyone a bit of a loner, we keep looking at our screen and we miss out on the lives around us. I’m not really sure what the solution would be, maybe that our brain and body will go through an evolution that will solve the problem itself.

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Discuss your songwriting and recording.

Usually, I’m the one that brings in the ideas for new songs, and usually it’s just a sketch. It’s kind of too much of everything, together with the band we’ll make it into a song. We really need each other to be able to write songs. We always record our music with Roel Blommers, he is our producer and makes us sound even better.

 

 

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Young T & Bugsey - En Route

Young T & Bugsey – En Route

Young T & Bugsey – En Route

 

 

 

 

 

Young T & Bugsey - En Route

Young T & Bugsey – En Route

 

 

 

 

Young T & Bugsey – En Route

 

 

 

Young T and Bugsey release an outstanding music video for the song  “En Route”. The Nottingham rappers have proved themselves as two of the waviest in the rap scene and this new release gives off no other thought. With some dope verses laid down over some bouncy beat, as well as another outstanding hook, this is sure to thrill all fans of the duo.

 

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Sigrid - Sucker Punch

Sigrid – Sucker Punch

Sigrid – Sucker Punch

 

 

 

 

Sigrid - Sucker Punch

Sigrid – Sucker Punch

 

 

 

Sigrid – Sucker Punch

 

 

 

Norwegian pop singer/songwriter Sigrid followed her elder siblings into the music business, signing a major-label deal with Island at just 20 years of age. Born Sigrid Solbakk Raabe on September 5, 1996 into a music-loving family and brought up in the sunny seaport of Ålesund in western Norway, about 300 miles from Oslo, she was the youngest of three siblings, each of whom had their own musical career. Her sister Johanne was a classically trained singer who had studied in Italy and Spain, while her brother Tellef had tasted indie success at home with his own band. Growing up influenced by classic artists like Joni Mitchell, Chet Baker, and Neil Young, she was taught to play the piano at an early age by her grandmother and guitar by her brother, and for ten years was a dancer, studying several different styles.

 

After a stint in her brother’s band, Sigrid turned her hand to songwriting and launched her solo career in October 2013 at the tender age of 16 with the single “Sun,” which saw her featured on NRK’s (Norwegian state television) hip tastemaker show Urørt (Untouched). Two further singles, “Two Fish” and “Known You Forever,” alongside spellbinding performances at several major European music festivals, sealed her reputation as a superbly talented songwriter and performer. With her rich, powerful, versatile voice and elfin good looks, she seemed ready-made for pop superstardom, and the ensuing bidding war finally saw her signed to Island. She delivered on the promise with her epic, anthemic debut single for the label, “Don’t Kill My Vibe,” released in February 2017. Co-written and produced by Martin Sjølie (Ella Henderson, Sam Smith), it was unveiled with much fanfare on BBC Radio 1, becoming their “Hottest Record in the World,” and immediately racked up millions of plays on streaming services. The equally successful single “Strangers” followed that November.

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Matt Cardle - Nobody

Matt Cardle – Nobody

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Matt Cardle - Nobody

Matt Cardle – Nobody

 

 

 

Matt Cardle – Nobody

 

 

 

While The X Factor had been successful at creating female R&B superstars Leona Lewis and Alexandra Burke, the 2010 season of the series produced its first male winner to compete with the soft rock style of American Idols’ Kris Allen and David Cook in the shape of falsetto-voiced Matt Cardle. Born in Southampton, Hampshire in 1983, Cardle attended the same sixth form college as X Factor host Dermot O’Leary and 2009 runner-up Olly Murs. He worked a host of jobs including bricklaying, painting, and decorating, and performed in various indie rock bands. In 2010, his group Seven Summers independently released their self-titled debut album, and the same year, he auditioned for the seventh season of Simon Cowell’s hit show. Impressing judges with his rendition of Amy Winehouse’s “You Know I’m No Good,” he made it through to the live stages, where he was mentored by Dannii Minogue. His performances of tracks originally sung by female artists, including Kelly Rowland, Britney Spears, and Roberta Flack, helped him to reach the final, where he beat soul singer Rebecca Ferguson and boy band One Direction with 44-percent of the vote.

 

His debut single, a cover version of Biffy Clyro’s “Many of Horror,” renamed “When We Collide,” was a complete contrast to the Miley Cyrus track given to previous winner Joe McElderry, a clear indication he would receive more serious, credible artist treatment than his male predecessors. The single took the Christmas number one spot, where it stayed for three weeks, and was nominated for Best British Single at the BRIT Awards. In 2011, Cardle released his debut full-length album, Letters. In 2012, he parted ways with Simon Cowell’s hit factory Syco Music. This was a bold move, and allowed the rugged crooner far more creative control on his sophomore album, The Fire, which came out later that year. Cardle returned in 2013 with his third effort, Porcelain. The record received favorable reviews, particularly citing the singer/songwriter’s burgeoning creativity since his departure from Syco. In 2015, he made his first foray into the acting world, taking on the role of Huey Calhoun in the stage musical Memphis, from July to October of that year. He returned to music in 2016, embarking on a nationwide summer U.K. tour. Intimate and Live, a live release of one of his shows, appeared later that fall. Taking time out after his hectic tour, Cardle slowly set about writing his fourth album. Entering the studio in 2017 with Jim Eliot (Kylie Minogue, Ellie Goulding), the resulting album, Time to Be Alive, was issued in the spring of the following year on Sony.

~ Jon O’Brien

 

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George Ezra - Hold My Girl

George Ezra – Hold My Girl

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George Ezra - Hold My Girl

George Ezra – Hold My Girl

 

 

 

George Ezra – Hold My Girl

 

 

 

Hertford-reared, Bristol-based singer/songwriter George Ezra possesses a deep, resonant, and emotionally weathered voice that belies his considerable youth. Influenced by similarly precocious troubadours like Bob Dylan and Hank Williams, Ezra was just 19 when he issued his debut single, “Budapest,” a warm, amiable, and soulful slice of classy folk-pop that invoked names like Willy Mason, Ben Howard, Ray LaMontagne, and Tom Odell. That song, along with three others, appeared on his 2013 debut EP, Did You Hear the Rain? Increased touring and an appearance at Glastonbury preceded his second EP, Cassy O’, which arrived in early 2014. “Budapest” was re-released in June of that year, followed a few weeks later by Ezra’s debut LP, Wanted on Voyage. The album entered the U.K. charts at number three and eventually climbed into the top spot by year’s end, earning him four Brit Award nominations and a North American tour supporting Sam Smith in early 2015. During this period he made his American television debut with appearances on Saturday Night Live and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, increasing his exposure. In April 2017, Ezra announced a “top secret” U.K. tour, during which he would debut new material. It was accompanied by the release of “Don’t Matter Now,” the lead single from his follow-up LP. A second single, “Paradise,” was released in January 2018 followed by the announcement that Ezra’s second album, Staying at Tamara’s…

 ~ James Christopher Monger

 

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Yellow Days - How Can I Love You

Yellow Days – How Can I Love You

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Yellow Days - How Can I Love You

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Yellow Days – How Can I Love You

 

 

 

Yellow Days continues his prolificacy with a brand new single, How Can I Love You? through Columbia Records. For what has ostensibly been an independent bedroom/garden shed based project for the nineteen year old Surrey based musician, Yellow Days is now taking the blueprint of his acclaimed acid-tinged sound to a bigger space, and painting it with broader, denser and brighter brush strokes.

 

How Can I Love You? follows the Spring release of single, The Way Things Change, as George van den Broek’s first musical output since signing a record deal, and whilst everything he recorded throughout 2018 was performed by George alone, here he opens the door to a collective of musicians to assist in delivering a sound that remains very much his own, and alongside production in a bigger studio space. The sonics here remain as potent as ever, a lounge-y, louche jazz piano opens the track before a loose groove kicks-in. Trumpets puncture the space at the back of the track before moving effortlessly to the forefront, and it evokes both his old soul n’ blues favourites that he listened to growing up, and some more contemporary sounds too (from Roy Ayers, Alton Elis, Pink Floyd right through to slacker prince Mac DeMarco). It’s a leftfield pop record, and oozing with modern soul.

 

Crucially, How Can I Love You? floats on its own cloud, and a sound that doesn’t sit comfortably with his supposed peers. Yellow Days has achieved so much to date (including a sold-out show at London’s KOKO back in the Summer, and back-to-back sold out US tours), whilst working deliberately out of the mainstream spotlight. This new single feels like Yellow Days confidently stepping out of the garden shed and into a much bigger league, without the need for any compromising. It’s a confident leap forward, and a tantalising taster of things to come.

 

Yellow Days heads back out on the road throughout October to headline a tour of the UK and Europe, including a night at Brixton Electric on the 29th October. He then returns to the US and Canada for a run of fourteen shows, including two sell-out nights in LA and two more in New York.

 

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10th October – Democrazy, Gent

 

11th October – Het Zonnehuis, Amsterdam – SOLD OUT

 

12th October – Uebel & Gefahrlick, Hamburg

 

13th October – Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin

 

15th October – Vega, Copenhagen

 

18th October – Papiersaal, Zurich

 

19th October – Arci Ohibo, Milan

 

22nd October – Thekla, Bristol – SOLD OUT

 

23rd October – The Bullingdon Arms, Oxford

 

25th October – Riverside, Newcastle

 

26th October – The Garage, Glasgow

 

27th October – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

 

28th October – The Globe, Cardiff

 

29th October – Brixton Electric, London

 

4th November – Tropicalia Festival, Long Beach

 

5th November – El Ray Theatre, Los Angeles – SOLD OUT

 

6th November – El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles – SOLD OUT

 

7th November – Slim’s, San Francisco – SOLD OUT

 

9th November – Kilby Court, Salt Lake City – SOLD OUT

 

10th November – Larimer Lounge, Denver – SOLD OUT

 

12th November – Lincoln Hall, Chicago

 

14th November – Lee’s Palace, Toronto – SOLD OUT

 

15th November – Casa Del Popolo, Montreal – SOLD OUT

 

16th November – The Sinclair Music Hall, Boston

 

17th November – Music Hall of Williamsburg, New York – SOLD OUT

 

18th November – Music Hall of Williamsburg, New York – SOLD OUT

 

19th November – First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia

 

20th November – Rock & Roll Hotel, Washington DC – SOLD OUT

 

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Jack Dunn - My Vibe

Jack Dunn – My Vibe

Jack Dunn – My Vibe

 

 

 

 

Jack Dunn - My Vibe

Jack Dunn – My Vibe

 

 

 

 

Jack Dunn – My Vibe

 

 

 

John Ulen Dunn was born on July 18th 1995 in Washington D.C. and raised in McLean, Virginia; Jack Dunn grew up in an untypical McLean household with his one older sibling Barbara Dunn and his two parents, Bill and Paige Dunn. An avid music lover from a young age, Jack grew up constantly surrounding himself with music, and those who enjoyed it as thoroughly as he did. At the age of 8 he began taking piano lessons for about a year until he wanted to branch out into different instruments. He began learning how to play both the bass and acoustic guitars while still practicing piano on the side. Jack began writing his own music at the age of 13 around the time when he discovered his sisters increasingly severe drug problems. With Barbara in and out of different rehabilitation centers, Jack found himself suffering from depression and in need of an outlet. Although as a child Jacks music taste mainly gravitated towards classic rock, alternative rock and pop (The Beatles, The Eagles, Michael Jackson, Green Day, etc.), Jack had always had an interest in whatever Hip-Hop music he could get his hands on (Eminem, Nas, Jay-Z, 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G., etc.), as he was always interested in the song writing process and knew that no songwriters were more technical than top tier lyric-oriented rappers. Starting out writing on his own as a form of stress relief at the age of 13, Jack later began writing more seriously around the age of 15 in pursuit of turning his once hobby, into a thriving career. Since 15 Jack has pushed his limits day in and day out in an attempt to mold himself into what he considers to be a successful and respectable artist. From competitions out in Los Angeles, to shows all around the DMV, Jack Dunn is constantly out there working, writing, and making more material. As of now Jack Dunn is teamed up with Woodz Ent. and Streamway Music Group. They’ve all been hard at work for the past two years both in and out of the recording studio striving for success in the music industry. What separates this team from other “on the come up” groups, is the difference in aspirations, they’re not solely in it for money, fame, or bragging rights. They have an intense passion for music and the progression of it as an art form. Jack aspires to leave an imprint on music history and bring positive change into the lives of his listeners (even if it’s only one person). Productivity over partying is Jack’s motto…

 

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Cassius Young - Came From Nothing

Cassius Young – Came From Nothing

Cassius Young – Came From Nothing

 

 

 

 

 

Cassius Young - Came From Nothing

Cassius Young – Came From Nothing

 

 

 

 

Cassius Young – Came From Nothing

 

 

 

Cassius Young spent his childhood growing up in and around the city of Birmingham (UK). Being socially active among his peers and constantly engaging in music related past times, Cassius became well known around the Handsworth, Lozells and Newtown areas for his lyrical concept and versatility in dynamic vocal delivery.

 

Looking back, Cassius is thankful for the life lessons learnt on the inner-city streets that have instilled everlasting values and morals that define him as a person and artist today; however he feels that it was his home life that pushed him further along his career path.

 

From birth, Cassius grew up listening to his Mother’s Dancehall songs, before discovering his true passion for hip-hop, and he has fused these two musical styles into what he creates today.

 

Cassius has used music as a way to express his emotions, as he enjoys the freedom he received from being innovative…

 

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