♫ Our Song ♪ by Matchbox Twenty

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♫ Your Headland ♪ by The Traps

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Debut single from The Traps, released August 13th 2012

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♫ Terracur ♪ by Social Studies

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from the album Developer, releasing November 13, 2012 (Antenna Farm Records, ANT542)

Engineered by Eli Crews, produced by Eli and the band.

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♫ Chelsea’s Calling ♪ by The Hounds Below

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The first single off of our debut album “you light me up in the dark”. We hope you like it. Tell your friends and your enemies

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♫ Lust and Lies ♪ by The Ramona Flowers

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Out now – download on iTunes http://bit.ly/lustandlies

Includes remixes by Ladytron and Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard.

“Lust and Lies could have feasibly have slotted in nicely anywhere on ‘Kid A’ – marks a serious step up for them” – NME Radar

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Megan Wyler – Through The Noise

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Following on from her first two successful and acclaimed singles, London based indie folk artist Megan Wyler unveils the massive enchantment of Through The Noise, her debut album. Consisting of ten elegant and evocative caresses, the release is a musically absorbing and lyrically captivating kiss upon the senses and imagination. One which leaves feelings and thoughts alive and contemplating the suggestive and reflective power of the songs and their passionate presentation.

The Nowever Records released Through the Noise comes closely behind the singles The Fraying, which also received an eagerly consumed dark dance floor remix courtesy of electronic legend Matthew Herbert, and the album title track before it. Devoured keenly by fans and media, Wyler gained the prestigious ‘Artist of the Month’ slot on the world’s largest folk music website, Folk Radio as well as intense media coverage, which the album can only increase upon. Through The Noise

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