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The Kut who are based in London, England. now return with their new single I Want You Maniac.
Having already received exposure on a large number of radio stations, attention is growing at a huge rate both in the UK and the worldwide for The Kut.
Front woman, lead guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, Maha has been quoted as being a Slash/Linda Perry hybrid and has managed to secure for the band an endorsement deal with a well known amp company making her one of the only females in the UK to have their seal of approval. On top of this achievement, The Kut have performed at a selection of high profile festivals including London’s People Day which attracted over 30,000 people and have had their music videos broadcast on a variety of TV channels. In addition to this, they most recently won the public vote in the MTV Brand New Unsigned Poll for 2014.
I Want You Maniac has been described as being an upbeat, grungy horror-pop track and is now available to purchase through iTunes and all other major distributors. Details on this along with forthcoming gig dates can be found at www.thekut.co.uk or you can follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thekutgirlsrock
Alessio who is based in Turin, Itay.
After many years far from the world of music, an episode in March 2014 took Alessio back closer to his passion of singing, the outcome being his new new single Any Love which has been described as being a Pop Dance song with shades of the 80’s.
Influenced by a number of acts such as Michael Jackson, Madonna, and Wham from his childhood days, you can find out further information on how you can purchase Alessio’s material along with more details on him by visiting his website www.facebook.com/alessiopopmusic or you can follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/alessio_off
Grunge rockers Allusondrugs, who are currently riding high with support from Radio 1, Xfm, Kerrang together with a huge number of media outlets across the UK, Europe and America have released a new single and video 'I Should Have Gone To Uni'. The track is available as a free download through their SoundCloud page.
Allusondrugs burst onto the West Yorkshire music scene in 2012 and have quickly become one of the UK's most exciting and hotly tipped Alt-Rock acts. Blistering appearances at Reading and Leeds festival this summer together with widespread airplay, online and print coverage are ensuting that Allusondrugs are attracting an ever growing army of fans with every new release
English band Rivertairs are on a voyage of musical discovery, channeling influences from rock n roll through to psychedelia to create what they describe as "a sonance of many colours".
Their musical odyssey began at Warth Mill in Saddleworth, Greater Manchester, where passion and persistency weaved together an exciting prospect. The band found writing together came easily as they created songs containing vivacious vocals, whimsical guitar parts, punchy bass lines, shimmering keys, vintage beats and shaking tambourines. These writing sessions led to the creation of their first three-track demo, 2013's Fools Parade.
A number of gigs around the north followed, which included a support slot for nineties Liverpool band Space and a show with the illustrious UK music promoters This Feeling, where the band gained praise from BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Chris Hawkins.
Early 2014 saw Rivertairs writing tirelessly to produce a catalogue of new music. 'Jack' is the first of these new songs to be released; a tongue in cheek vignette centred on the infamous Jack the Ripper.
Describing their new single, Rivertairs say 'Jack' will "pluck the strings of imagination and unfurl a contrasting spectrum of sound".
The band will release a video to accompany new single 'Jack' at one minute past midnight on 31st October 2014to celebrate Halloween.
'Jack' will be available as a free download from the band's website from November 10th 2014
"Rivertairs are a great band" - Tommy Scott, Space
The Gyro who are based in London, England .
Taking their name because their music keeps listeners spinning with excitement like a Gyroscope, The Gyro have been making huge inroads on the London music scene through performances at a number of established venues in the area.
Described as being a melting pot of beautiful beats, rhythms and vocals for everyone to hear, you can find out more information on The Gyro by visiting their website www.thegyromusic.com or you can follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thegyro