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Music | New Music Thursday – 21 January 2016

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Nina Nesbitt has spent the last two years growing from a youthful singer-songwriter into a a rising pop star. Having just turned 21, the half Scottish, half Swedish star released her debut album ‘Peroxide’ two years ago and will debut the ‘Modern Love’ EP to re-affirm her growth.

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Avant-garde black metal quintet Oranssi Pazuzu have premiered their brand new single ‘Hypnotisoitu Viharukous’. The single comes from the bands highly anticipated new album “Värähtelijä”, which is due out this February via SVART Records.

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Inspired & the Sleep are a dream-pop band based in San Diego, California consisting of a revolving lineup surrounding singer-songwriter Max Greenhalgh & multi-instrumentalist Bryce Outcault. Psychedelic/jazz threads based pop with dark themes and lo-fi sound.

Directed by Australian director Robert Crispe, the video was released last week and took a year to develop and features over 3,700 frames with no post video work.

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Norwegian psych-rock quartet Electric Eye are back with a new song and accompanying visuals – ‘Mercury Rise’.

It’s the second piece of new material to surface since 2013’s “Pick-Up, Lift- Off, Space, Time” and is an introduction to the upcoming album ‘Different Sun’, which finds the band on Jansen Plateproduksjon Records on 5 February 2016.

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‘Want What You Want’ is the first track to be taken from the debut album “Don’t Feel Like Daylight” by Dublin based five-piece Hotel On Mars. This track features on their 10 track opus which will be launched on 19 February with a show at The Grand Social, Dublin.
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Red Sky July are set to release a new album. The band have been playlisted on BBC Radio 2, and have supported artists such as Sheryl Crow, 10CC, Tom Jones and Jools Holland. Festivals they have performed at include T in the Park, Isle of Wight and Glastonbury.

‘The Truth And The Lie’ features compositions from all three members, husband and wife Ally McErlaine (guitarist in Texas) and Shelly Poole (previously one half of Alisha’s Attic) along with Charity Hair (guitarist/vocalist in The Alice Band).

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Interesting indie-pop from New York’s Shapes on Tape.  Their new EP “No Bummers” is out now and ‘Change(s)” is taken from that EP.
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Treetop Flyers have been working for two and a half years on from their acclaimed debut album “The Mountain Moves”. The London five-piece have channelled troubles both personal and closely related to their members to shape this record which is out in late March. Check out ’31 Years’.
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‘Dream’ a new track by Dan San. It’s the second single of the new album “Shelter” which will be released March 2016.The album has been recorded and produced by Yann Arnaud (Air, Phoenix, Syd Matters) at la Frette in Paris.