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  • Model Citizen

    Model Citizen is an 18 piece band, helmed by songwriter, producer, and keys player, Mark Ciani. The core of the group -- Mark, drummer Matt Musty, guitarist Alvaro Kapaz, bassist Ryan Gleason, and engineer and co-producer Fernando Lodeiro -- have collaborated on two prior full-length albums, Stone Mountain Station's, Electric Sile_ce, and The Alternative Facts' Don't Worry, Babe. Joining the fold for this iteration of the band is Josh Logan, a former contestant on The Voice.

    Model Citizen's new album, The Next Life, set for release in... read more

  • Daniel Steinbock Releases Feb. 15 Album
    Daniel Steinbock Releases Feb. 15 Album

    Indie Folk artist, Daniel Steinbock recites honest and heartfelt poetry wrapped in a delicate, acoustic package. His new album, Out of Blue, sets free the pain and reminiscence of love in order to commence a journey of healing. The title, Out of Blue, betokens sudden creative energy that reveals itself when provoked by love, loss, and self-discovery as if peeking its head through the dark. The album is out for release on February 15.

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  • Club Kuru new single out now
    Club Kuru new single out now

    Single release: 'Cherry Bloom' by Club Kuru
    Release date: Out now
    More info: Band website

    Today, Club Kuru... read more

  • STAFF PICKS: our favourite recordings
    STAFF PICKS: our favourite recordings

     

     

    For this Staff Picks we ask the guys in the shop to delve into their Spotify playlists and tell us about their favourite recordings... and why we think you should hear them too!

     

     

     

     

    MILES DAVIS - In A Silent Way

     

    When it comes to recording, performance trumps production every time – at least for me. That’s why I’ll... read more

  • Mackenzie Shivers Releases Feb. 8 Album
    Mackenzie Shivers Releases Feb. 8 Album

    The new adult contemporary album, The Unkindness, from Mackenzie Shivers burns with empathy like a smoke signal bursting through the haze of political destruction in the United States. Seeking comfort during chaos, each song on The Unkindness travels like a lifeboat in troubled waters. Guiding the way towards dry land, Shivers reaches a compassionate hand into the ocean of ugliness and rescues those beginning to sink under. The Unkindness is out February 8.

    The Unkindness... read more

  • Sistertalk debut single out now
    Sistertalk debut single out now

    Single release: 'Vitriol' by Sistertalk
    Release date: Out now
    Label: Family Portrait
    More info: Band Facebook

    Today, elusive North... read more

  • Fontaines D.C. debut album out 12 April 2019
    Fontaines D.C. debut album out 12 April 2019

    Album release: 'Dogrel' by Fontaines D.C.
    Release date: 12 April 2019
    Label: Partisan Records
    More info: Band website

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  • Charly Bliss new album out 10 May 2019
    Charly Bliss new album out 10 May 2019

    Album release: ‘Young Enough’ by Charly Bliss
    Release date: 10 May 2019
    Label: Lucky Number
    More info: Band... read more

  • Larry “Ratso” Sloman debut album out 5 April 2019
    Larry "Ratso" Sloman debut album out 5 April 2019

    Album release: 'Stubborn Heart' by Larry "Ratso" Sloman
    Release date: 5 April 2019
    Label: Lucky Number
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  • Toy Bombs Dropping New EP November 15

    Toy BombsToy Bombs are serious about music. Their fun, garage pop sound may seem to belie this fact, but making music is not a whim for Cole Barnson (guitar, vocals, bass, percussion, harmonica) and Brandon McBride (guitar, keyboards, vocals, bass, percussion, drums, harmonica, effects), who manage and book shows for themselves as well as run a label, Flat Top Records, and live in their own recording studio. “We simply have the same work ethic anyone else would have in their fields of work,” says Barnson. “We want to be in music because it is what we are good at, not because it’s an easy way to money and fame”. It should be no surprise then that their second EP should come with the tongue in cheek title, Will Work for Free. “Now days, especially in the music industry, people expect things for free,” says McBride. “For some reason it is deemed socially acceptable for people to steal music. People want music, both recorded and live, for nothing. We are asking the questions, ‘Is this really what you want from musicians? Is what we have to offer really worth nothing?’” Will Work for Free is worth paying for, with songs that manage to cover cowboys, parenting, addiction and the degradation of society equally well and in a package that is bursting with energy harnessed from their always worth catching live show. Will Work for Free will be released nationally November 15, 2011.

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