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Music | New Music Thursday – 18 August 2016

New-Music-Thursday Anna of the North

Oslo’s Anna of the North just got off tour with Kygo and returns with a new track, ‘Us’. Soft 80s synth and modern drum snare beats bring this track out of the gates with huge potential. Expect it on a lot more playlists.

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Bon Iver – the musical project led by Justin Vernon – will release its third studio album – “22, A Million” – on 30 September 2016 via Jagjaguwar. The band performed the album in full last night at the second annual Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival, in Vernon’s hometown Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

Extended versions of the album’s two opening tracks ’22 (OVER S∞∞N)’ and ’10 d E A T h b R E a s T ⚄ ⚄‘ are both available now.

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APOTHEK’s Morten Myklebust and Nils Martin Larsen release their debut album – “Apothek” due out on 30 September via Propeller Recordings. Their first track, ‘Invited’, is gradual movement of syncopated rhythms and pulsating synth lines. Think Death Cab for Cutie meets Asgeir.

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Mystery Jets announce their new EP “The Whole Earth” which will contain five new tracks, including the brand new single ‘The World is Overtaking Me’. The band will be releasing a digital deluxe version of the album which will include the EP tracks, entitled “Curve of the Earth (The Whole Earth Edition)”.

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Brian Casey releases his new single ‘Oh Now’, which is the follow-up to his “Rain Songs” EP.  A recent announcement for Hard Working Class Heroes this year also gives Brian great momentum going forward.

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Multi-instrumental Sofia Härdig has released single, ‘Low And Slow’ is taken from the forthcoming LP “And The Street Light Leads To The Sea” and both will be available on the 28 October.

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Dublin duo Apella have released their debut single ‘We Met At A Party’. The two-piece made up of Dara Quilty (Fox Avenue, 98fm) and Ronan Nolan (Bressie, Hogan) have put together a track that echoes Blink 182 and some pop-punk stylings to distinguish themselves from acts like Twenty One Pilots.