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HIGHLY SUSPECTRETURN WITH NEW ALBUM, THE MIDNIGHT DEMON CLUBOUT 9TH SEPTEMBERSHARE TWO NEW TRACKS NATURAL BORN KILLER & PINK LULLABYE Roadrunner Records / FRKST band Highly Suspect have announced details of their anxiously awaited fourth full-length album, The Midnight Demon Club, which will arrive on September 9th. It is available for pre-order / pre-save at all streaming platforms now. The three-time GRAMMY Award-nominated band have …

Formed back in 2014 in London, childhood friends Amy Love (lead vocals, guitar) and Georgia South (backing vocals, bass) smashed together their love of 00’s R&B and hip-hop with punk, rock and metal strokes and managed to create their own unique style entirely. Their debut album Who Are The Girls? securely stuck their flag into …

For the uninitiated, at only eighteen years old, The Kid Laroi (the nom-de-guerre of Charlton Kenneth Jeffrey Howard) has made quite a global impact, made all the more remarkable given his age and the fact he grew up in the poor inner city housing estates of Redfern in Sydney. Now living in LA, he has …

Elsy Wameyo

Elsy Wameyo, the Adelaide-based singer who originally hails from Nairobi has released a new track ‘River Nile’. An EP ‘Nilotic’ will follow and be available on the 1st April via Music in Exile. The multitalented Wameyo has also released an accompanying video for ‘River Nile’ that she produced and directed, with co-direction by Leighton Bond. …

Songwriter, producer, rapper and multi-instrumentalist BLESSED has just released a powerful track ‘No Change’ accompanied by a raw and enigmatic video filmed in Western Sydney, capturing the powerful messages of the track. BLESSED says of the track: ‘No Changes’ is an anthemic commentary on what seems like an endless battle to be seen, heard and treated …

When the musician and experimental hip hop iconoclast 03CAS emigrated from South Africa to the United Kingdom, he landed at London’s Heathrow Airport with little more than the clothes on his back. “It was the first time I was on a plane,” recalled the artist, born Caleb Mateus, as he recently recounted his early days …

And we back…nah, nah, nah… Veteran Baltimore, Maryland producer Shine recently released his new album, As The Beauty Became, a lovely and luxuriant collection of mostly instrumental hip hop that pulses and hums with an organic vitality. This contemplative set of nine tracks also includes two sterling guest cuts, one with Brooklyn’s Nappy Nina, and …

It is hard to classify Sydney band RedHook – there is an electronic buzzsaw blitz with thundering percussion and at times a blistering wall of noise, all wrapped up in a sparkling pop mantle, with hip hop shades and choruses. It’s heavy metal psycho pop. But, throughout their new EP ‘Bad Decisions’, there is a …

Last year seemed like the year that Billy Dean Thomas would finally break through. The Boston-based hip hop artist, poet and writer had accumulated a steady list of accomplishments. Thomas had performed on The View, was nominated for a number of music awards, including a Grammy, and had won grants that enabled Thomas to worry …

And we back… Boston music scene stalwart Rilla Force is a musical polymath and a man with a distinct sound and vibe to his art. He is equally at home both behind and in front of the boards. Force, who raps, produces, mixes, masters, engineers, DJs and manages other artists, is adept at helping musicians …