Check out Tom Waits’ personally curated career-spanning playlist

For everyone who loves Tom Waits and those who want to explore more of him.    Tom Waits’ first seven albums, originally released through Elektra Asylum Records in the 1970’s are now out. All seven titles – many of which have been long out of print – are to be re-released on high quality 180-gram…

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Johnny Cash’s new record is going to be oustanding

And here’s why. Last week John Carter Cash, son of one of the most iconic couples in music Johnny Cash and June Carter, came to London to launch Johnny Cash: Forever Words– an album that sees Johnny Cash’s unpublished letters, poems and writings adapted into brand new musical pieces by the likes of Elvis Costello,…

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Interview: The Gospel Youth chat new music and touring the world

Having just completed their UK tour with Aussie pop-punks Tonight Alive, The Gospel Youth chat about new music, always being on tour and why you shouldn’t eat two-day old chicken.  Formed in 2014, The Gospel Youth have previously shared stages with the likes of We Are The Ocean, Mallory Knox, Deaf Havana, Hands Like Houses…

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Holloway have not one, but TWO new singles for you today

The UK country duo sure know how to do New Music Friday right.  Essex country-pop duo Holloway are leading the way for the genre on the UK live circuit having enjoyed national radio support and press, more streams than any other independent UK country duo, and opening for likes of The Shires, Lindsay Ell and…

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The Used announced long-awaited rescheduled UK dates

Following the cancellation of their tour in February due to bereavement, The Used will bring their mind-blowing live shows back to the UK in the summer. Last year, The Used released their critically acclaimed 7th studio album The Canyon via Hopeless Records. Written out of pain and loss, the album is tragic and haunting whilst also having a sense…

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The Homeless Gospel Choir releases new video for ‘1983’

Pittsburgh outfit The Homeless Gospel Choir have shared a very 80’s video for newest single 1983 – because, duh! The Homeless Gospel Choir will be joining Frank Turner, Lucero, and The Menzingers on the Be More Kind World Tour next month. Ahead of the UK shows, they’ve released their latest single off of their 2017 release The…

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Ducking Punches open up with new video for ‘I Ruin Everything’

Taken off their recently released album Alamort, the single comes just ahead of the band’s UK tour.  An earnest and insightful invitation into the world of the East Anglian quartet, this latest video also sees the band open up about the making of their triumphant new studio album and how it threw them an emotional lifeline in…

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The Shires share new country-pop single ‘Guilty’

UK country duo The Shires are back and headed for big things with their latest, super-catchy single. Biggest-selling UK country act of all time, The Shires, have unveiled the new video to their latest single Guilty, off of the duo’s new album Accidentally On Purpose, which is set for release on 20 April via Decca Records. A…

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P.D. Liddle joins Xtra Mile family with solo debut single

You Shouldn’t Have Called is out now and next month he’ll be playing his first solo headline show A musician who will be well known to many already as the exceptionally talented vocalist and lyricist of DRY THE RIVER, Liddle will begin forging an exciting new path of his own through the Xtra Mile Recordings Label.…

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ICYMI: Kacey Musgraves has announced a huge UK tour

For those missed her at C2C Festival and those who have withdrawal already: Kacey will be back soon! While headlining Country to Country Festival at London’s famed O2 Arena on last week, country singer Kacey Musgraves announced to a sold-out crowd that she’ll soon return on a headlining world tour of her own. The Oh,…

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