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The Prodigy – No Tourists

Not many acts can have such an eclectic following as The Prodigy.  Their progressive dance has found favour with ravers, metalheads and pop pickers alike.  The real problem

Metric – Art Of Doubt

It would be easy for Canadian synth popsters Metric to become stale.  Their music has often flattered to deceive and yet they always just about manage to deliver just enough

Millie Manders – The Shut Up

Combining all the best bits from ska and punk Millie Manders And The Shut Up are shaking music from the foundations in the same way that Korn and Lady Leshurr have done in rec

Cero – Poly Life Multi Soul

Cero are a Japanese indie/dream pop/shoegaze band that formed in 2004. They are known for their diverse, signature stylewhich takes elements from different styles, and collid

Sunmi- Warning

Lee Sun-mi well known as Sunmi, is a South Korean singer. She debuted in 2007 as a member of South Korean girl group Wonder Girls and in January 2010 she left the group to

Anupom Roy- Drishtikone

Drishtikone is a 2018 hit Indian film, directed by Kaushik Ganguly and the music is composed by Anupom Roy which covers total 5 songs. Drishtikone’ soundtrack ‘Lokkhiti

Sylar – Seasons

Branding can be such a weight around a band.  Take Sylar, named after the Heroes villain, who are labelled as metalcore but in reality sound more like Linkin Park in their he

Meguri- World’s End Girlfriend

World's End Girlfriend is the musical project of Katsuhiko Maeda, whose work includes elements of electronic, classical, and post-rock music. Meguri said “This music is

Yoko Ono – Warzone

Not a set of new songs but a new spin on old material this is still a fine body of work.  In particular the title track lifted from 1995’s Rising album is a beautiful and p

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety is a 2018 Indian Hindi comedy film directed by Luv Ranjan. Almost all the songs of this movie won the hearts of the listeners. This album has all the ri