Looking for Liam implore you to ‘Take What You Need’

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On the booming single, lead vocalist and songwriter Tom Harper-Ward had this to say:

“‘Take What You Need’ is a true representation of our sound and musical direction. We hope you enjoy it!”

Brilliantly self-produced, the track above is a great example of their layered and intricate approach to songwriting, with heavier moments acting as punctuation to the more contemplative sections. It’s hugely impressive work from a band who are still only in their late teens, but show a great deal of maturity in their music.

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With four members who share a deep love for creating music, and tastes that overlap to create their varied indie back catalogue, Looking For Liam are a band who not only benefit from a great deal of talent at present, but the great potential to expand on it. That makes this band one of the most exciting in the UK right now.

Formed in 2010, they first gained momentum in 2011 with a Battle of the Bands competition win, BBC Introducing coverage and a debut EP. Since then they have added another Battle of the Bands contest victory plus an appearance at Brownstock Festival to their CV, and with new single ‘Take What You Need’ coming on June 1st their stock is set to rise further.

A hard hitting melodic rock group with echoes of Incubus with added rawness, Looking For Liam are an Essex based four piece band who have also been compared to the wide ranging indie sounds and created an anthemic fusion of Muse, Coldplay and Arctic Monkeys. That those acts are so eclectic in their approach gives you an idea of what is so special about Looking For Liam – their ability to write indie-rock music with a number of different styles and tropes.

Links:

www.lookingforliam.com/

www.soundcloud.com/lookingforliam

www.facebook.com/LookingforLiam

www.twitter.com/lookingforliam

www.youtube.com/user/LookingForLiamMusic

Anthony Tullo new country-rock single – ‘Borderline’

Hugely creative and multi-talented, Anthony is returning to the music industry after some years away from the business,  first deciding to pursue his song writing again when a self-written soundtrack to his own independent film captured attention. The movie itself went on to win awards in Canada and is now available globally online, while the result of his renewed song writing confidence in the stellar new rock single ‘Borderline’.

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Revered by critics, radio and writers in his native Canada, and also invited to play some of the country’s most prestigious venues, Anthony Tullo’s reputation is already cemented and still growing on the other side of the Atlantic.

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His first chance to break into the industry saw Anthony catch the eye of a notoriously difficult to please A&R at Warners over a decade ago, but his progress was halted by the tragic events of Sepember 11th, 2001 in New York. Following that day, the promising start to his career was halted by a label who (understandably) had other priorities, leading to Anthony Tullo leaving the industry for a time.

But now he’s back, a self-made musician with a point to prove. And if anyone disagrees with him, they should probably know one more thing – he funds his music career by competing and training others in the arts of Brazilian Ju-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts.

This is one independent artist who needs to be taken seriously – in every sense.

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Anthony-Tullo/704857336244790

https://twitter.com/anthonytullo1

http://www.reverbnation.com/control_room/artist/2972180/dashboard

Yeti Love want to take you down their ‘Lonely Road’ with new single

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The pair have labelled their unique combination as ‘alt-rogue-folk-rock’, which is as fitting a description as any. Based in South London, they have been playing together since 2012 and ‘Lonely Road’ is the latest fruit of their labours.

In the years since their foundation, Yeti Love have been slowly building in following an momentum thanks to their thoughtful songwriting and eye catching live show, which has earned them some great online press for their work up until this point. The buzz is building, and in ‘Lonely Road’ they have the right vehicle to continue on that journey.

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Named thanks to enduring love/fear of the vaunted mythical creature, Yeti Love is the musical moniker of songwriters Peter Hamilton and Dave Sears – a folk duo who view the genre as this generation’s punk music, able to articulate about issues and press all the right buttons in all the wrong places.

Hamilton is also influenced by his own ancestry, being half Spanish and, at a young age, falling in love with the folk traditions of home town Galicia. Having started out as a drummer before expanding his own musical horizons, his love of rhythm was informed by this specific branch of celtic roots music. Married to Sears’ intricate, multi-instrumental approach, the result is a hybrid sound unlike any other act on the circuit today.

Links:

http://yetilovemusic.com/yl/

https://www.facebook.com/Yetilovemusic

https://soundcloud.com/yetilovemusic

Noel & the Pandas with ‘Whip Me’ single

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With a gritty, dirty groove pushed by chugging drums, distorted power chords and a spoken vocal that suits the style perfectly, it’s the latest addition to what is growing to be a very strong back catalogue.

Already marked out as the hottest new rock proposition from Italy, Noel and the Pandas continue to go from strength to strength. Produced by guitarist Nicola Rosti and with lyrics from band founder Noel, the debut album is a true labour of love from a songwriter whose outlook on life has changed dramatically in recent years

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An indie rock band with an unusually varied style, Noel and Pandas are an Italian group who revel in adding varied ideas and influences to a strong foundation of indie rock. With new album ‘In the Art of Doom’ already getting the band plenty of plaudits, the time has now come for the latest single release, the provocatively titled ‘Whip Me’.

His is a story of riches to rags. After a promising career as a banker was ended overnight, he has picked himself back up using nothing but his music and the experiences he has to write about. The power of music to move and transform those who make and hear it is often underestimated, but Noel is living proof that – with enough talent and determination – it’s possible to come back from the brink.

‘Whip Me’ is released on June 1st.

Links:

https://soundcloud.com/noelandpandas_official

www.noelandthepandas.com

www.facebook.com/Noel.Music.official

www.youtube.com/user/noelmusicofficial

Debut single ‘Sorrow’

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As the name suggests, this is a song about allowing yourself to feel sad sometimes instead of running away from emotions. Adam believes it’s healthier to feel sadness fully and let the wave wash over you until it has passed, as laid out in the uplifting chorus. Far from being downbeat, it’s actually a song about hope, and features a fantastic gospel choir section too.

Based in East London, Adam, Hear the Sea is the new music project and pseudonym for rising singer-songwriter and producer Adam Karayiannis. Of British-Cypriot descent and specialising in the thoughtful end of pop, his influences include the varied likes of Florence and The Machine, Sam Smith, Paloma Faith, Kate Bush, Morissey, Erasure and David Bowie.

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Trained in acting and performing arts  with renowned The Chicken Shed Theatre Company and with a degree in Music Production, Adam, Hear the Sea is a multi-faceted artist with plenty of strings to his creative bow. Having made credited appearances in huge TV shows, he is hoping that his new music will continue to propel him on his upward career trajectory. And with tracks like ‘Sorrow’ in his locker, it’s hard not to agree.

And finally, if the knowledge that he managed to ‘acquire’ a bottle of Grey Goose from the obnoxiously drunk cast Made in Chelsea while sharing a dressing room doesn’t endear him to you, then nothing will.

‘Sorrow’ will be available from June 15th

Links:

www.soundcloud.com/adamhearthesea

www.facebook.com/adamhearthesea

www.twitter.com/adamhearthesea

Aubrey Whitfield ready for new single ‘Every Cloud’

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“There are voices then there are voices. When Aubrey Whitfield draws breath on stage it is to produce notes of such quality that crystal seems like a description for broken glass”. – Wirral News

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The single, originally written when Whitfield was 17, was given a fresh start and new lyrics four months ago following the end of a relationship. It perfectly captures the realisation that, though she believed her girlfriend to be a soul mate, the pair were never meant to be together in the first place. It’s a simple, relatable concept which will resonate with many who have loved and lost,

Originally from Merseyside, Aubrey Whitfield moved to London several years ago to fulfil her musical ambitions and hasn’t looked back since. Her vocal, described as ‘like a grittier Annie Lennox’, is one that simply can’t be ignored once heard, and has led to steadily growing success since her move to the capital.

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Recorded at Denmark Street Studios in London, the track was engineered, mixed and mastered by Guy Katsav (The View, Laura Marling, David Guetta). The fact that Aubrey Whitfield is working with such high calibre names is a reflection on her growing reputation in the industry. Just last year, a pop song (‘Fly Like a Ghost’) written and produced by Aubrey herself was released through 2ube Records and went on to secure international airplay on over 80 radio stations worldwide.

For more of Aubrey Whitfield, music fans can get a free download of single ‘Indigo’ if they subscribe to her mailing list at www.aubreywhitfield.com.

Links:

www.aubreywhitfield.com

www.soundcloud.com/aubreywhitfield

www.facebook.com/aubreywhitfielduk

www.twitter.com/aubreysongs

Alan Mair – ‘Four Winds’

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An alternative rock track with a tatsty hint of 80s electro dripped over the production.
The vocals are spot on and we’re lapping it up.We’d expect nothing less from a talent with a musical history as illustrious as Mair’s!

Keep up with Mair here:
http://www.alanmair.com
http://www.theonlyones.biz
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Only-Ones/51195139336
https://www.facebook.com/pages/ALAN-MAIR/724568834266947?fref=ts

Noel And The Pandas – ‘In The Art Of Doom’

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Husky voicals and a cool alt rock arangemnt…good ole beer is the only beverage to fit the bill.

Noel And The Pandas are fresh produce from Italy. The five guys are a cool rock band with a hearty story behind them. Their music is all from the hand of front man Noel and is a throw back to some difficulkt times he recently went through.

Get more from the band here
Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/noelandpandas_official
http://www.noelandthepandas.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Noel.Music.official
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/noelmusicofficial

Adam Protz – ‘Movements’

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Protz music has the power to transport you into a world of bliss and you slowly drift away on his perfect composition.

The lack of lyrics in the music invites the listen to assume their own interpretation of the heavenly sounds.

Keep up with Protz here:
http://www.adamprotz.com/
http://www.youtube.com/adamprotzmusic
http://www.facebook.com/adamprotzmusic
http://www.soundcloud.com/adam-protz
Twitter – @AdmProtz

Jesse Lowes – ‘Only One’

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Jesse Lowes is a natural when it comes to pouring your heart into your music. Every lyric from Lowes is laden with raw emotion and we must say, the track is a bit of a tear jerker.

Keep up the latets from Lowes here:
Website: http://jessielowes.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jessie-Lowes/166706493351429
Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/jessie-lowes83