|'Growing Younger' is the new single from Indie-pop band Wilhem Tell Me, who hail from Hamburg and Copenhagen.|
Los Angeles, May 2014, sixteen degrees Celsius and overcast It's fairly early in the morning. Henning, singer of indie pop band Wilhelm Tell Me, removes his sunglasses; he's not in town for sightseeing anyway. Henning's on his way to see Lars Stalfors, producer and key player for The Mars Volta, a band that got pulled out of the underground and awarded a Grammy 2009. Stalfors invited Henning into his studio two days previously...
The cell phone is connected to the speakers and the demo plays. Lars listens intensely, and then, "Ok... wow These songs are awesome. They've really got something!
The two decide to work together on an EP. Just a few months later the record, containing five songs, is released under the title 'A Short Story For the Road'.
'Growing Younger' is taken from the EP and officially re-released on September 7th 2015.
Henning Sommer (voc, guitars, keys)
Matthias Kranz (bass, backing vocals)
Paul Kaiser (Drums)
NUA ENTERTAINMENT RELEASE: 28thAUGUST 2015
Watch the new video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OutJ1S4AhE
Pete’s debut EP features: Lead track Idolsan upbeat satire on societies obsession with celebrity. Doorstep Riots observations on life, being broke, the complacency of society & growing up living in Belfast. Angel Faces, definitely a love song and Just Like You a real heart breaker!
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Pete Gardiner is a singer songwriter from Newtownards in Northern Ireland. He’s had a passion for music since the age of 6 when he first heard Slash play the opening three chords of "Knockin’ on Heavens Door". He got his first guitar when he was thirteen and developed a serious passion for rock music as only young teen boys can!
Pete is a true and clever lyricist, it’s in his blood. He writes about his circumstances at any given moment, his relationships with people, doomed romances, news stories that hit him hard and pretty much any thought that comes into his head. His music is strongly influenced by his idols; Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Bruce Springsteen. As his talents have matured he says of Dylan and Cohen “They are both as endearing as each other, they can take you as far as you are willing to go and then drag you that little bit further and I learn more and more from them everyday”.
For many of his early years Pete worked as a cashier in a bank, playing gigs around local bars at the weekends while also recording a few EP's, which gained a lot of local airplay on regional BBC stations. Then, discovered by a radio network in the UK, he was signed by, entrepreneur Neil Utley’s label NUA Entertainment, which is chaired by Grammy winner Paul Hardcastle. Pete has just finished recording his debut album with award winning Irish producer Tommy McLaughlin (Villagers/ Soak) mastered at Abbey Road and has moved to London, performing nightly on the London club scene where he has been gigging every night for the past few months crafting his art of performance and excellent song-smithery.
Pete will be joining the London Mayor’s office to spearhead their ’London Busking’ event, which takes place in July. He will form part of a panel of experts to mentor new artists and will perform on stage in Trafalgar Square on July 18th in front of hundreds of people attending this event. He will also be recording for Bob Harris’s ‘Under The Apple Tree’ sessions in July.
Following some session work with Stevie V of 'Dirty Cash' fame, the band were invited to perform in his own BlueBass Studios where he has begun producing the band's material.
The latest result is Black Smoke Symphony's new single Wait All Night which has been described as having a smooth modern edge, biting licks and a classic Country Rock sound.
Details on how you can purchase this along with additional information on Black Smoke Symphony can be found on their website www.blacksmokesymphony.com or you can follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/blacksmokesymphony
After moving to the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia in 2006 which was home to a thriving music community DeAnna began performing regularly at the infamous Wild Bistro. Upon finding her talent warmly received she made the decision to give up her full time job and concentrate on her music.
The buzz being created around DeAnna soon caught the attention of Creative & Dreams Fred Cannon who decided to record an album of some of her songs with the help of producer Paul Buono; the end result being her album Second Chance - Songs I Wrote With You.
Syron – ‘Talking Crazy’ (Radio edit, Original, AM 2 PM, DJQ)
Following Syron’s glorious comeback with new single “All I Need”, the pop starlet continues her string of smashes with “Talking Crazy”.
“All I Need” was the first piece of new material we’d heard from Syron in a while and instantly assured fans that South East London’s favorite dance-pop chanteuse was back and sounding fresher than ever. A silky smooth blend of laid-back R&B and garage enhanced by twinkling synths, a thumping bassline and Syron’s honeyed vocals it received support from MistaJam, Target, Majestic at KISS and Rinse FM. A finely crafted pop tune, “All I Need” is already ruling dance-floors and festival DJ sets this summer.
Her new singles come following a creative break in LA, but that’s not to say Syron’s music isn’t still buzzing with her distinctly UK sound. “Talking Crazy” is another gem to add to her growing discography; a rich, addictive pop song that’s got a vibrant 90s house vibe. Syron deftly adapts her rebellious girl power persona onto a danceable deep house and garage-inspired banger that oozes confidence and attitude.
Having collaborated with the likes of Tensnake, MNEK and Rudimental, Syron is now signed to London based Fame Music. On “Talking Crazy” we have Majestic - creator of super-juicy house cut “Creeping In The Dark” - displaying the talents of his production chops, with Offset and One Bittaking care of remix duties.
With her killer new tunes and party Riot Grll attitude the world is now ready to fall in love with Syron all over again.
Their underground appreciation is growing with Tinie Tempah blogging about them and features already on tastemaker sites such as SBTV, Pardon My Blog, Reload Sessions, Dropout UK and more.
It’s little surprise that they already have support within the industry, with Emeli Sande, and Ed Sheeran who after speaking on Twitter, treated them to a cheeky Nandos to discuss future opportunities, share advice and has remained a fan ever since!
They're releasing new single Touch Down on August 24th taken from their upcoming EP of the same name, coming later in the year.
Beyond The Break’s debut EP ‘Pictures Of Losing Sleep’ is out on 4thSept on 2P Records. The interesting thing about it, was it was all recording live to tape, preserving quality and will be released on Vinyl with track ‘The Way It Was’ racking up over 25,000 organic plays on Spotify already.
If you can check out their video for ‘The Way It Was’ from it here and let me know what you think, that’d be great- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBW5Vvd2b4s
A pop force to be reckoned with, BB Diamond releases her debut single. Packed with an infectious melody, glistening, crisp instrumentals and a thumping groove, ‘Instinct’ is a sure fire Summery pop-anthem.
BB has also worked as a backing vocalist for the likes of Jess Glynne, Katy B, Ella Henderson and Clean Bandit on tours and live performances such as Wembley Stadium, SXSW, V Festival, Glastonbury and featured on TV and radio shows such as Alan Carr, The Voice and Radio 1 Live Lounge to name a few.
BB Diamond joins the ranks of some of pop’s finest on the Turn First roster including; Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora, Iggy Azalea, Nicola Roberts and Lion Babe, amongst others.
Hailing from Essex and born into a household with a big extended family, impromptu parties were common, blasting everything from Reggae, Soul, Dance and Funk, music was always sure to be a key part of BB's life. Whilst carving out her own career as an artist, BB has also worked as a backing vocalist for the likes of Jess Glynne, Katy B, Ella Henderson and Clean Bandit on tours and live performances such as Wembley Stadium, SXSW, V Festival, Glastonbury and featured on TV and radio shows such as Alan Carr, The Voice and Radio 1 Live Lounge to name a few.
From a toddler, she was mesmerised by music and would sing and dance along to Michael Jackson until the video would wear out! This obsession and passion for performance and music ran right the way through her teenage years until she finally decided to move to London. At university she met fellow musicians and producers who shared the same musical influences, and from there channelled her musical ideas and creativity and helped shape the artist BB is today.
She has also worked as a session backing vocalist on recordings such as Iggy Azalea's 'We In This B****' and various others. Having also featured on a recent track by Norwegian producer Jerry folk "So long”, BB is now an in demand guest vocalist for up and coming producers.
BB Diamond – ‘Instinct’
Having gained support from Time Out London, The Metro, and The Londonist with her first album Blue Eyed Soul, Charlotte Campbell is back with her second album Making Waves, and she’s set to do just that. The lead single from the album, Songbird, has already got supporters on board, including Amazing Radio, where Charlotte secured a spot on the playlist after she came first in the Audition Poll.
After writing music for 10 years, Charlotte Campbell's career really began when she found herself on London's Southbank, guitar in hand and a case full of change. She found a stage there and an audience. She has captured the hearts of tourists and Londoners with her sweet vocals and thoughtful lyrics. Through glorious summers and bitterly cold winters, Charlotte sings her favourite cover songs as well as performing her own original music.
Charlotte's ever growing fan base have helped her fund her first and second albums through crowdfunding campaigns, it’s hard not to admire the commitment of her, and her fans who can’t get enough of her stunning vocals.
Keep up with Charlotte Campbell
Charlotte Hazell: email@example.com(Radio enquires)
Niamh Skinner: firstname.lastname@example.org(Regional Radio enquires)
Grey Sunday updates the Factory Records' legends Blue Monday with a different color, a new day of the week that turns a holiday-day of rest and relaxation into an ominous synthy sort of affair" - Impose Magazine
"As if Bowery Electric spent a chilled weekend in company with Mouse on Mars, Squarepusher and Bonobo with Boards of Canada serving up the drinks. A truly intoxicating cocktail!" - The Record Stache
FOR FANS OF: Love and Rockets (Hot Trip to Heaven), M83 (for 'No Failure'), Bowery Electric, Mouse on Mars, Boards of Canada, Telefon Tel Aviv
RECOMMENDED TRACKS: No Failure, Light, Alone, Another Chance, Lost in Decay, Confusion, Grey Sunday.
A Copy For Collapse has released a video for 'Grey Sunday', produced by Andrea Corsini, in support of their recently released second full-length LP 'Waiting For'. Released via the label No Sense of Place, this LP has its dark moments, but overall brings the duo closer to indie chill, dance and dreampop territory than ever before. It is available digitally and on 12'' vinyl.
This Italian electronic duo is comprised of Daniele Raguso and Aria Myrskya. Strongly influenced by artists such as Telefon Tel Aviv, Boards of Canada and Toro Y Moi, they blend such genres as chillwave, electro, synthpop and nugaze, creating a dreamlike sound backed with memorable beats.
They released their debut album 'The Last Dreams on Earth' on Seahorse Recordings in 2013 and the 'Lucid Dream' EP in 2014. They have collaborated with Canadian-Ukrainian dreampop duo Ummagma, Russian shoegaze darlings Aerofall, as well as Redrum Alone, Leland, and Ecole du Ciel. They'v also shared the stage with Slow Magic, Darren Price (Underworld), Etienne de Crecy and The KVB have been remixed by Euro-electronic-wunderkind Aucan, who they have also played with and will do so again this summer, in addition to Gazelle Twin.
The first single No Failure is premiering on DeerWaves (Italy) and God is in the TV Zine (UK). The Aucan Remix is premiering on Soundwall (Italy) and The Record Stache (USA). The second single 'Grey Sunday' is premiering in ElectroItalia (along with an accompanying remix-based side EP) and the video for this is premiering in major Italian blog DSLO.
"This potent first single clearly radiates shimmery hints of nugaze" - God is in the TV Zine
"The atmosphere is that of a waking dream" - Glamour Magazine
With the right intensity and strong shades, "Waiting For" is a greatly needed and long-awaited break that, once arrived, is full of the infinite - Rockit (album of the day)
"Music that is catchy and dancey, while maintaining a firm chillwave-shoegaze sound - DeerWaves
Lay Z is under the BBK camp these days and performed at the last Red Bull Soundclash, as well as going along to Jamaica where the guys filmed their documentary and video for Shakey. Complex picked up the audio premiere of 'Thats What I'm On' and the video dropped via SBTV last week and has already racked up over 65K views https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wO4qysZry7Q
You will recognise the 26-year old MC from one of the most memorable clashes on Lord Of The Mics with Marger, where Lay Z won based on his lyrics and no holds barred approach. However he doesn’t like to talk about it anymore just stating that he ‘JA Ruled him’. He went on to work a lot with BBK performing at Fabric where the crowd knew every word of his lyrics.
The talented emcee can also sing and is currently working on an RnB project. So look out for more Lay Z music coming your way in 2015!