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Flo Morrisey and Mathew White, look at what the light did now

interesting combo 

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Lordes new single. Her album is due June the 16th. It is because of my eldest why i like listening to her. She is good.

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Now this would probably only really appeal to fans of other, not very Zeppelin artists like Iggy Pop, etc (whom I love) but The Orwells are a great NEW rock band carrying the spirit of rock and roll in 2017! They're around my age (and I'm really young by anyone's standards, born in the 90s) they have a real rock attitude on and off stage. Thier album "Disgraceland" is among my favorites, here's a link to thier song "They Put a Body in the Bayou" LIVE:

 

 

 

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She has probably been mentioned before here, but for anyone who likes retro, country, rockish...Nikki Lane

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 New album from Big Big Train - 'Grimspound' is wonderful. Beautifully played prog rock with evocative lyrics. Great band with a guest vocal spot from original Fairport Convention singer Judy Dyble.

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The new Blondie album. It is really good.

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From Wiki : The King Khan & BBQ Show is a Canadian Garage rock duo from Montreal, Quebec who mix doo-wop and punk.

 

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