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Four acts have new singles out on May 29th

Nuala – Artemisia

Nualla close
Nualla close

This Friday sees the release of “Artemisia” by NUALA, the second song to be released from her self-titled debut album. The album, produced by John Reynolds, is due out in the autumn.

She was discovered by the renowned producer John Reynolds (Sinead O’Connor, Damien Dempsey,Natacha Atlas, Indigo Girls, etc.) who first heard Nuala’s songs online and was hooked. “I didn’t know who she was or where she came from,” Reynolds says.“Her songs haunted me.”

With a simple, stark writing style, influenced by heroes ranging from PJ Harvey to Leonard Cohen, NUALA evokes an otherworldly sense of the mythical and magical. In Artemisia, a spacey, psych-rock song, the dark angels of inspiration take her diving to the bottom of a glass of absinthe: “Come taste the sin upon my smile/My spirit burns your skin…”

You can see the video and hear the track at : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvWls4hcW-M


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Aware – Come Alive

Aware Come Alive Cover Lo Res
Aware Come Alive Cover Lo Res

‘Come Alive’ (29th May) is the first single from ‘A Day Out of Life’, the new album of chilled electronica by Aware which drops on 3rd July via Beat Filter/Integrity Records.

The Ibiza regulars have become a must-have name alongside the likes of Röyksopp, A Man Called Adam, Bent and Zero 7 on the finest sunset albums, including releases on the iconic Café Del Mar label.

You can hear and download the track at : https://soundcloud.com/beatfilterlabel/sets/aware-come-alive-single-edit-promo/s-nhX2rUbw7Gj


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Bad Dads Club – Sometimes

Steve Africa
Steve Africa

Sometimes is the brand new single is the re-released single from Bad Dads Club.

Steve Blood is a prolific composer, producer and remixer of artists as diverse as The Cardigans, and Africa Bambaata.

He is the founder of record labels ‘Bad Dads Club’ and ‘Deviant Robots’. Steve has co-written songs with Andrew Lee, and regularly collaborates with Manchester-based, counter-culture rapper Grim Barsman and producer Feri Gyemant (AudioTrip). Steve was born in Stockport, grew up in Buxton, but moved to London in search of bright lights and gold-paved streets 1987.

Released this Friday on the strength of composer Steve Bloods success with Deviant Robots, you can hear the track at : https://soundcloud.com/steve-blood/sometimes-124-nu-strings


Acoustic track at : https://soundcloud.com/steve-blood/sometimes-124-nu-strings


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Le Fil – Undercover

LeFil UndercoverLover Cover
LeFil UndercoverLover Cover

Undercover Lover by Le Fil is a thrilling piece of thunderous Pop.

Fusing the sparkling sounds of Scissor Sisters, with the sheer pop spectacle of Lady Gaga, and a slick touch of 80s icons like Depeche Mode, LE FIL has created a visionary world where his music acts as philosophy, discovering new ways of creating our identity, while detailing autobiographical chapters as a big pop hits that ear worm their way into our consciousness.

Laden with crunchy synth and heavy beats and released via Animal Farm, you can hear the track at :



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