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JD Motorsports and metal band Ghost team up for Phoenix

Sean Gardner | Getty Images GAFFNEY, SC – JD Motorsports is proud to announce its new partnership with Grammy Award-winning metal band Ghost. Loma Vista Recordings artists will be the title sponsor of Bayley Currey’s #4 Chevrolet Ghost at the United Rentals 200 at Phoenix Raceway on Saturday, March 12. …

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Fefe Dobson’s post-coital pop jam and 6 more songs you need to hear this week

At CBC Music, we’re always on the lookout for the best new songs from Canadian artists. This week we are listening to new tracks from: Omah Lay and Justin Bieber. Avril Lavigne with Mark Hoppus. So Owls. Fefe Dobson. Idman. Fit pillow. Kallitechnis. Scroll down to find out why you …

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Metal Band Ghost teams up with Bayley Currey, JD Motorsports in Phoenix

Metal band Ghost will sponsor Bayley Currey in Phoenix. Image courtesy of JD Motorsports. JD Motorsports proudly announces its new partnership with the Grammy Award-winning metal band Phantom. the Loma Vista Recordings the artists will be the main sponsor of by Bayley Currey No. 4 Ghost Chevrolet at the United …

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Songs of the week: new songs from Ghost, Church Of The Cosmic Skull and more

This week, we’ll start by congratulating exuberant blues duo When Rivers Meet, whose latest single It will drive you crazy won our latest Tracks Of The Week contest with convincing if not consummate ease. It will drive you crazy beat Stone Broken black sunrise and Deepshade eat my dust in …

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Pusha T, Pete Doherty, RHCP, Tinashe, Popcaan, etc.

So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly …

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Your first listen: 15 songs to discover this week

It’s time for your first listen, where we show you the songs you need to check out this week! Each week we feature five standout songs you need to hear on Your First Listen on air. In case you miss them on air, you can catch up on the weekly …

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The Buzzy Band Wet Leg Trips at a Party and 13 Other New Songs

The latest single from effervescent post-punk revivalists Wet Leg tells a more linear story than their comically absurd escapism “Chaise Longue”: “Angelica” captures that all too relatable experience of feeling out of place at a bad party, watching with a pang of envy the people who really seem to be …

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Madonna/Fireboy DML, ODESZA, Big Thief’s James, more

So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly …

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Swedish House Mafia, TSHA & More – Billboard

We’re seven days closer to spring this week in the dance world, as Daft Punk acknowledges their breakup anniversary with a stream of classic 1997 set The Chainsmokers tie their fastest rise to the top of Billboard‘s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, Sven Väth talks to us about both his new …

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Band of Horses shares updated UK and European tour details

Band of Horses shares updated UK and European tour details Band of Horses have shared some updates on their UK and European tour dates in support of their upcoming album, things are bigout March 4 via BMG. The tour will begin on October 26 at Manchester Academy, Manchester, England, followed …

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14 best songs of January 2022

We track the best songs of the year, every month of the year. Although 2022 is only a month away, it already has an impressive lineup of new songs to show off. January started well with the return of The Weeknd and FKA Twigs and exciting collaborations from Charli XCX …

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Check out new tracks from Tove Lo, Grimes and Charli XCX!

Some artists surprise us with a new musical direction they haven’t heard of in a while (Kilo Kish) while some artists up their game (Grimes). While some artists come back after a while (Ella Mai, AWA and Lava La Rue). It might not be too long in Lava’s case, but …

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James Blake, Bloc Party, Disclosure, Ella Mai and more

So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly …

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Ghost’s US Debut in 2022: New Songs, New Look, New Era

Swedish satanic majesties Ghost have unveiled a brand new show and aesthetic for the start of their US tour with Danish rockers Volbeat. On January 25, the band played their first sold-out concert in nearly two years when they kicked off their tour at the Reno Event Center, also marking …

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Salute the Dead, LEYA/Julie Byrne, Papercuts, SOAK, more

So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly …

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AMORPHIS Announces “On The Dark Waters” 7 “Special; Group Launches Documentary Series Halo, Episode 1: Drums and Percussion Streaming (Video)

Amorphis recently released “The Moon,” a beautifully haunting first taste of their upcoming album Halo, which is slated for release on February 11 via Atomic Fire Records. To shorten the wait until the arrival of their second single, “On The Dark Waters” (released January 28), the band announced a limited …

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Rebecca Ferguson | Singer Rebecca Ferguson retires from music

Rebecca Ferguson has announced her retirement from the music business. The 35-year-old singer – who rose to fame as a finalist for “The X Factor” in 2010 – has campaigned against the alleged bullying and exploitation of artists in the industry, and she has now confirmed her upcoming album “Heaven …

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David Longdon, frontman of progressive rock band Big Big Train, has died aged 56 | Music

David Longdon, the frontman and multi-instrumentalist of British progressive rock band Big Big Train, has died at the age of 56. Longdon died in a Nottingham hospital on November 20 following an accident, the group said in a statement. No other details were shared. Bassist and band founder Greg Spawton …

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Tim Lambesis’ new band Born Through Fire shares their first two songs

As I Lay Dying figurehead Tim Lambesis unveiled his new music project, Born Through Fire, this week. He shared the band’s first two official songs, “Bone by Bone” and the introductory track “Reintroduction”. The two arrived on Friday (November 12) after Lambesis and Born Through Fire started teasing the tunes …

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Best New Indie: 10 songs to discover this week

It’s time for the best new indie! We’ve got some cool and amazing cuts from huge artists like Robyn, Smile, Tori Amos, Haviah Mighty, Damon Albarn, and more. We also received posthumous pieces from Prince and David Bowie. Check out this week’s best indie news below. Smile – “Call My …

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Tyler Childers, JPEGMAFIA, Burna Boy, Goldie, more

So many artists, so little time. Each week we review a handful of new albums (of all genres), put together some more new music that we would call “indie” and talk about what metal is releasing. We post music news, song premieres and more all day long. We update a …

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alt-J, Loney Dear, Amythyst Kiah, Bnny, More: All songs considered: NPR

Clockwise from top left corner: Bnny, alt-J, Amythyst Kiah, La Luz, Loney Dear Courtesy of the artists hide caption toggle legend Courtesy of the artists On this edition of All songs considered, I have the first new music from alt-J since 2017. The song, “U&ME”, comes with the announcement of …

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ABBA singer says album and London premiere could be band’s last act

ABBA’s Agnetha Faltskog has given her first interview since reforming the Swedish supergroup – but she doesn’t seem overly optimistic about their future together. The singer admitted their “illnesses” could prevent them from reappearing together as a quartet and suggested that their upcoming album Voyage, and the accompanying avatar residence …

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Symphonic metal band TULIP releases new single ‘CLONE’

Texas-based symphonic metal band TULIP has released their new single “CLONE” on all major platforms. The single is from their new 6-track storyscape EP The Witch which will be released on September 17, 2021. The EP, which is their heaviest to date, opens with the menacing “SIDEWINDER” and takes listeners …

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Pop Smoke’s Memory Continues and 14 More New Songs

Pop Smoke’s posthumous second album “Faith” features collaborations with Kanye West, Dua Lipa, 42 Dugg, Future and others. But this track, at the start of the album, is shocking and austere. Not only because it’s always weird to hear Pop Smoke rapping with a mixture of menace and joy, but …

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Snoh Aalegra responds after being compared to singer Sade

July 16, 2021, 11:52 Snoh Aalegra responds after being compared to Sade. Image: Getty Snoh Aalegra responded to comments from fans comparing his legendary singer Sade Adu. Fans took to Twitter to compare Swedish-Iranian singer Snoh ​​Aalegra to Sade Adu. However, Snoh ​​responded – ending the complaints. Fans on Twitter …

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IDK ft. MF DOOM, Dave ft. Stormzy, more

Vince Staples’ long-awaited fourth album released this week, along with that of Australian rapper / singer Tkay Maidza Last year was weird, Vol. 3, completing the trilogy she started in 2018 with Flight. 1. We also have new singles from Snoah Aalegra (ft. Tyler, The Creator), Post Malone, Dave (ft. …

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Indie rock band to release new album this fall – Times-Standard

Swedish indie rock group Amaunet will release their new mini album, “While I’m Living”, in October on Lovely Records. The mini-album will be released on all streaming platforms. The album features six tracks, inspired by 2000s alternative rock bands like The Strokes & Kings of Leon and 1990s britpop bands …

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Angie McMahon covers “Tea, Milk & Honey” by Oh Pep!

Angie McMahon shared a cover of Oh Pep! ‘S “Tea, milk and honey”. It’s taken from Amerikinda: 20 years of Dualtone, an upcoming album celebrating the Nashville-based independent label’s 20th anniversary Two-tone. It releases August 6 and also features Dualtone artists and alumni including The Lumineers, Brett Dennen, Gregory Alan …

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Swedish KISS Tribute Band REGGAE KISS performs a live show this Thursday; Trailer available

Swedish KISS Tribute Band REGGAE KISS performs a live show this Thursday; Trailer available April 13, 2021, 10 months ago news to kiss reggae kiss Hard Rock Swedish KISS tribute band Reggae Kiss – who themselves have received online support from KISS in the past – have announced a live …

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Prins Svart Feat. Former Candlemass singer Mats Levén: new single ‘Vargtimmen’ is out now

swedish rock band PRINS SVART just released the lyric video of “Vargtimmen” (English translation: “Wolf’s Hour”), the second single from his upcoming album “Sanning Och Makt” (“Truth and power”). The LP marks the group’s first recorded release with their new singer, Levén carpet, a veteran of the Swedish hard rock …

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Zara Larsson – Famous Swedish singer and songwriter

What is his full name? The singer’s full name is Zara Maria Larsson. She bears her real name in her professional career. How old is he? The singer was born on the 16the from December 1997 and is currently 22 years old. She was born in Solna, Sweden. Who is …

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We chat with Swedish-born singer-songwriter KLARA

We chat with the Swedish-born, London-based singer-songwriter about the natural beauty of her hometown and her upcoming debut album. Sweden isn’t just the land of idyllic landscapes and snow-capped hills, it’s also home to a plethora of ethereal Nordic voices in pop: from Robyn and Tove Lo to Zara Larsson …

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