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 Credit: Hollie Fernando
Dream Wife came together while they were studying at Brighton University, initially intended as a performance art piece and a way for the trio to obtain a dream trip to Canada. by: Mike Cobley
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Texas' genre-bending rock 'n' roller Israel Nash released his fifth studio album Lifted earlier this year, a collection that continued his tradition of creating a sonic landscape that is at once both vast and intimate – soaring and untamed at times, placid and sincerely personal at others. 
Credit: Hollie Fernando

Dream Wife came together while they were studying at Brighton University, initially intended as a performance art piece and a way for the trio to obtain a dream trip to Canada.

At first, it's difficult to pinpoint exactly what makes Our Girl so special, or why the Brighton-formed, London-based trio's music stands out within a busy crowd of fellow guitar-wielding-types
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The Damned recently celebrated the first ever Top 10 record of their illustrious 41-year career with latest album Evil Spirits. 
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Jools Holland has teamed up with Marc Almond to release a joint album, A Lovely Life To Live.

Tungg are often associated with the folktronica genre, due to the electronic influences evident in some of their work, and are often noted for their use of strange instruments, including sea shells.

Following the release of their debut EP EF1, in April, fast-rising electronic duo Eku Fantasy release a new track in support of Greenpeace UK's #ProtectTheAntarctic campaign.

"I remember biking around a lot. That was my thing. I miss it. I miss the nature and the sea." So says Norwegian pop star Sigrid. She's since gone on to win the BBC Music Sound of 2018 award and had an international hit with the song, Don't Kill My Vibe.
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Before leading the Wonder Stuff, Miles Hunt teamed up with members of Pop Will Eat Itself to form From Eden. But he truly came to the public's attention with the Wonder Stuff's debut album, The Eight Legged Groove Machine.
(c) Wheatus 2018

It's hard to believe Wheatusdebut album is eighteen years old this year.

Arriving this week is the eagerly awaited follow-up to their benchmark album, 2016's Be Strong Troop On, the dynamic duo of Richard & Robert Harrison (Echo Town) make their return and clearly mean business.

For Nick Mulvey and his new album Wake Up Now, the answers are sought and found within. 

After recently releasing his fourth studio album, Darwin Deez has shared his first self-directed music video, ahead of his visit to Komedia Brighton.
(c) Mike Van Cleven

Light Up The Sky is the new single from The Prodigy, the second track to be lifted from the band's seventh studio album, No Tourists, out in early November.

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