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There aren’t many musicians out there who can stand confidently beside a career spanning close to 50 years and have their music remain not only relevant in thier homeland after such a monumental length of time but also continue to be relevant the world over. Sir Tom Jones is one of those artists who has...

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Mayer Hawthorne may be an unfamiliar name right now however that is all set to change after the forthcoming release of his latest single and its parent record. The Walk is the brand new single for the singer who has teamed up with urban duo Rizzle Kicks, the duo that added their successful flavor to...

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Optimism would be the best word to sum up Crybaby’s new single When The Lights Go Out which is taken from the singers latest record release. Carried through a bluesy melody we are introduced to Crybaby’s smokey and drooling vocals which find a place somewhere between fellow singer-songwriters Rufus Wainwright and Ed Harcourt tonal quality....

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Swedish euro-pop newbies Niki and the Dove make a welcomed entrance into the forefront of synth loving pop sweetness with the Stockholm based acts debut album Instinct which saw its release this week and displays an act that have crafted something truly and eccentrically special. Instinct is the duo’s first dip into the mainstream and...

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Album Review: Billy Vincent – She

May 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Two EP’s into what is already panning out to be quite a fruitful career in such early days, London based folk five piece Billy Vincent present to us their first full length record simply titled, She. The band promote themselves as a acoustic/folk rock/indie outfit but after first listen to the bands debut it is...

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Glam popsters the Scissor Sisters have been absent for a good while preparing for the latest record in their almost flawless catalogue and the releases gets us here at Renowned For Sound very excited as we are offered the first single from the bands soon to be released fourth album. Only The Horses teams the...

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Sir Tom Jones is preparing for the release of his latest long player Spirit In The Room which is penciled in for a release date of 28th May and as a teaser to the release of the music icons 39th studio record, we are delivered with a superb lead single in the form of the...

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Josh Osho and rising star Childish Gambino have paired up in what can only really be described as a match made in musical heaven for Osho’s latest dive into the mainstream. Giants is the gifted singer-songwriter’s most promising release to date and the collaboration with Gambino, who has been busy securing his own place within...

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UK super producer Mark Ronson has paired up once again with one of the UK’s brightest vocalists for the latest single for the Valerie hit maker and one that comes hand in hand with some of the biggest promotional pushes that his career has seen. Anywhere In The World is the combo’s joint project and...

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Sheffield’s rising rockers While She Sleeps have made steady progress since the heavy metal quintets 2012 mini album release that was The North Stands For Nothing and the band hope to continue their reign of the metal genre with the release of their brand new single, This Is The Six. With the singles forthcoming album,...

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New Zealand singer Ladyhawke made her long awaited and triumphant return to London last night with the singers first performance in the capital for a good couple of years. With her debut album pulling in followers by the millions thanks to singles Back Of The Van, the fan favorite Paris Is Burning and the monster...

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Album Review: Ladyhawke – Anxiety

May 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

It would be fairly safe to say that Ladyhawke is New Zealand’s most successful and also it’s finest musical export to have been unleashed on the international masses in some time. Though New Zealand is a bustling talent-fest and has spawned a few top bands with the likes of Crowded House, Stellar, Bic Runga and...

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Three piece indie rockers The Subways return this month with the latest single to be added to the bands swelling catalogue and the next single to be taken from the outfits third studio album, Money and Celebrity. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang follows on from the the parent records previous two singles We Don’t Need Money...

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