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Luke Top

Lucky Penny
Mar - 28 - 16
As the singer and co-founder of Fool’s Gold, a band that has been blending African dance music and New Wave pop stylings since 2009, Luke Top has achieved international acclaim and toured all around the world. He’s also collaborated with an impressive array of artists including Papercuts and Cas ...

Tiny Deaths

The Gardener (Live on Radio K)
Mar - 25 - 16
Death's small sibling was exiled from Des Moins and moved to the cities and started a band. But boy, Tiny Deaths are tiny in name only. Great instrumentals backing a pleasant voice create a great song that many will jive along to. If you liked what you heard, head on over to our in-studios page wher ...

Red Martian

Mar - 24 - 16
Red Martian is the best neue-shoegazer band you’ve never heard of. Formed in 1999, Red Martian came out of the DIY punk scene in Seattle, WA. Drawing influences from My Bloody Valentine, New York Dolls, and Iggy Pop, the band continues to produce hard-hitting, whirring guitar sounds that breathe n ...


Never Is The Change
Mar - 23 - 16
London-based producer and musician Bullion aka Nathan Jenkins is set to release his debut full-length album on 26th February 2016 via his own DEEK label. Bullion is a musical escapologist. It's natural, of course, for musicians to want to evolve and grow, but in Nathan's case finding his way out of ...

James Supercave

Better Strange
Mar - 22 - 16
Opaque in an age of Internet transparency, James Supercave’s approach to pop stardom is a bit less visible and a little more strange. Beyond the fragmentary web presence, the pixel personality, the blogger hearsay—to know James Supercave is to listen to the music. Supercave assumes the pop idio ...

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