Ed Sheeran Paves The Way

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London – The big news over this side of the water this week was the announcement that Ed Sheeran will close this year’s Glastonbury Festival as Sunday’s headliner. Such is Sheeran’s current wave of chart domination via his latest album Divide that it is strange to think that he made his Glastonbury debut in 2011

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Broen Bridge The Genres

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London – With no Grammy or Brits winners to highlight this week, Best New Band’s weekly round-up takes a look at some up and coming names with new music to unveil. We won’t mention the Oscars for risk of pushing the wrong envelope. Presently it seems that scarcely a week goes by without Indie darlings

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And Now, Let’s Hear It For The Brits

Little Mix at The Brits - Uncredited - Best New Bands

London – Continuing Best New Band’s weekly round-up, last week was owned by the Grammys. This week the focus switched across the Atlantic to London where the Brit Awards were aired in a never more cavernous-looking London’s O2. Long gone are the days of Mick Fleetwood and Samantha Fox proving an unlikely couple in the

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Featured Artist: Vancouver Sleep Clinic

Vancouver Sleep Clinic - BEST NEW BANDS

New York – Twenty-one year-old Tim Bettinson, better known as Vancouver Sleep Clinic, is a young Australian singer with a penchant for dreamy melodies and hard-hitting vocals. His debut EP, Winter, was self-released in 2014, and was followed by a sold out tour of Australia and Europe, due to its success. His forthcoming full length album,

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6 New Bands to See at Voodoo 2016

Voodoo Music Festival - Best New Bands

New Orleans –  All Hallow’s Eve is upon us y’all, and for those living in the greater New Orleans area, that can only mean one thing: FRENCHMEN GONNA BE POPPIN’ Y’ALL!  WOOOOOOOOOO! Er…well, maybe two things. For all those native to the GNO—and those lucky enough to visit the Crescent City on this particularly spooky

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