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Your Girl Pho - Don't Wanna     Pop, Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Soul 16/10/2019
Elasticated neo-soul, electro-pop artist Your Girl Pho is announcing a string of shows to accompany her freshest single ‘Don’t Wanna’, set for release October 16th.
‘Don’t Wanna’ brings you electronic, moody, jazz-pop flavours and sees Pho entering with a dry voice, telling the listener how it is, as she sees it. The single plays on the concept of answering and worshiping no-one but yourself, “see me at the top – don’t tell me what’s up”.

The Disappointed - Change The Man     Alternative, Rock, Pop 04/10/2019
The Disappointed are perhaps best defined by their mish mash of influences, you can hear the 90s, but also 80s New Wave vibes and a mid 70s prog influence too.
The Disappointed at their dark new wave-y best.

Other tracks by The Disappointed:  Stalemate  -  Routine Malaise
The Disappointed - We Don't Dream     Rock, Pop, Alternative 25/09/2019
The Disappointed are perhaps best defined by their mish mash of influences, you can hear the 90s, but also 80s New Wave vibes and a mid 70s prog influence too.
‘We Don’t Dream’ is heavy pop, catchy as hell, expertly crafted and explores the pervasive sense of hopelessness that has infused millennial culture as it slowly inherits the world from the baby boomers. What’s the price we’re paying for the widespread adoption of this worldview and where is this nihilism taking us?