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‘Still’ is OUT NOW on all platforms: https://orcd.co/noahsleestillPosted on 23/08/2019
CRONICLE spent a day cruising down her favourite London streets with The 405 😍📸Pics shot on film by Nathan Barnes….
Posted on 21/08/2019
“Mix Engineer, Jake Gordon, has had a fantastic couple of years, and has established himself as the go-to for UK urban music. Not only was he nominated at 2018’s MPG awards for Breakthrough Engineer, he was the mixer for Mercury Award-nominated album, Common Sense, by J Hus, and Skepta’s Mercury Award-winning album, Konnichiwa. He’s also mixed records for Emeli Sande, Not3s, Lethal Bizzle, and Burna Boy, to name but a few. Although a drummer from a very early age, and attending a secondary school that had a very active music department, Gordon only started really getting into music in his mid-teens.”
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“Queen is inspired by the worst day of my life”, explains singer, Amanda Liedberg. “I realised I’d suffered enough, my eyes were dry and I was ready to walk away from a toxic relationship. With this song, I could let my frustration out – but also regain my power. It’s sort of a goodbye letter, with a twist.”
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OUT NOW on all platforms: https://orcd.co/storme-queen
Posted on 16/08/2019
Shooglenifty has partnered with an old friend from the band’s early days, Howie B, to deliver an exciting new remix of the track Jog Yer Bones, from their album Written in Water.
“A gorgeous fusion of continents and styles. I was very happy to add my hand“ – Howie BPosted on 02/08/2019
NOËP‘s latest single ‘fk this up’ with urban UK pop artist CHINCHILLA showcases his vivid pop sound as the Estonian producer returns with his latest blend of electro and pop goodness, that wipes away past mistakes and celebrates a fresh start. Released in collaboration with Warner Music and Time Records.
“Its jazz roots are clear, with Ashley Henry’s piano sparring against Grammy winner Keyon Harrold. A completely natural merging of genres, ‘Between The Lines’ reflects Ashley’s approach to making music.” – CLASH