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Music | New Music Thursday – 14 April 2016

New-Music-Thursday The Carnaby's

The Carnaby’s latest, ‘Peaches and Bleach’ is features vocals that would remind you of Tears for Fears, a bridge like Coldplay’s ‘Shiver’ and a rock element that is typical of Manic Street Preachers.

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Tiny Engines’ act and Leeds-based band Walleater have a new single. ‘Can You Feel My Love.’ Somewhere between the Foo Fighters and Blink 182, the slow rhythm rock track is full of wailing guitars and punk drum beats.

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Austrian band, Polkov have released a new single, ‘My Sweet Oblivion,’ the first single of the group’s second album that will be released in fall/winter 2016.  The track is chilled with the dream vibes of The War On Drugs or Tired Pony.

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Aukai is the musical pseudonym of ambient acoustic sound-scape artist Markus Sieber. The first track is ‘Cachoeira’, from his self-titled début album due out in June this year.  Folk fused chill track with touches of Nils Frahm.

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Terence Jack  collaborated with fellow Canadian Daniel Klenner on his single ‘Eastern Rise’.  The dark and progressive sounds of the single are made from a mix of piano sounds that sit well. EP forthcoming.

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Canada’s Basement Revolver have a debut track out that is much like The Cranberries‘ ‘Linger’.  Due out this July, the sound might have a desired effect.

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‘Never Cared is the second single from Eddie Prové’s upcoming debut EP due for release in May 2016. Well deserved comparisons to James Blake and Years & Years should be a sign that Eddie has a strong footing in the early stages of his career.

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Esko de Ville is a 19-year-old rapper from Dublin who has a debut single ‘Set Alight,’ out on 20 April. A six track EP to follow in early May.  Quick thinking electro-rap from the Capital.