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The Bamboos – Medicine Man

During the last decade, Melbourne-based musical conglomerate The Bamboos have been making an impact with a hybrid sound tastefully referencing the great soul and funk of the 1960s and 70s, without eve
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Radio’s Largest Listener Study Is Techsurvey 2020 – See The First Reveal At WWRS 2020 Presented By Fred Jacobs

Fred Has The Facts One of the most important and popular yearly sessions at WORLDWIDE RADIO SUMMIT is JACOBS MEDIA President FRED JACOBS and his comprehensive presentation of TECHSURVEY. For our 10t...
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2:54 – 2:54

It would be easy to dismiss 2:54 solely on their hype. The east London-based sisters dress in dark leather, refrain from smiling in photos, and often find themselves mentioned in the same breath as Th
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Regina Spektor – What We Saw From the Cheap Seats

The cliché about Regina Spektor is that she’s quirky, kind of a kook – the indie Phoebe from Friends. Like most clichés, it’s not completely unwarranted: she used her last album to imitate dolphi
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Architects – Daybreaker

There was a nagging suspicion that Architects had snatched at, and missed, their big chance with 2011’s ambitious but ultimately far from emphatic The Here and Now; but the Brighton metallers have ret
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The Pond – The Pond

Kathryn Williams is the anti-diva. Over several albums and collaborations, the Liverpool-born, Newcastle-based singer-songwriter has made a virtue of huge emotions expressed with quiet restraint, lyri
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