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A Day for Amy at Camden Market

SEEN was pleased to hear that as part of Camden Is Music, an on-going month of music at the Market, “A Day For Amy” will be a commemorative, community-based celebration of Amy’s life and legacy tomorrow on Saturday, closest to the late singer’s birthday and anniversary of the Foundation’s founding. The afternoon will feature live …

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Mark Fernyhough: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

The mercurial (and presumably insomniac) polymath Mark Fernyhough is set to support Suede again soon in Berlin. The musician/visual artist is based between London and Berlin. Mark’s songs have been featured on BBC Radio & have received heavy rotation on major German stations. He has joined David Bowie’s guitarist Gerry Leonard onstage & opened for …

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The eloquence of David Ramirez

David Ramirez has announced details of September 2018 EU dates, including four UK headline shows with a stop at London’s Borderline on September 7, 2018, which come in support of David’s critically acclaimed album We’re Not Going Anywhere (out now via Thirty Tigers). Produced by Sam Kassirer, the album finds Ramirez painting a vividly imagined …

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Soho SoulTown: Jermain Jackman at 100 Wardour St

Soho’s biggest soul night relaunches this Autumn with a live performance from Jermain Jackman, winner of BBC’s The Voice 2014. Soho SoulTown returns to 100 Wardour St on Tuesday 18th September with an exclusive live performance from Jermain Jackman: winner of BBC’s The Voice 2014. Equipped with a rich velvet baritone, to rival the legendary …

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Marc Baker Announces the Release of His New Self-Titled EP

Last month in Los Angeles Marc Baker announced the release of his brand new self-titled EP, wich was duly released on 10th August. The EP includes the critically acclaimed first single ‘No Place I’d Rather Be’ and slick electro pop recording ‘Common People’. To produce the EP, Marc teamed up with Benjamin Plant, the brainchild …

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The Divine Karine Polwart: Laws of Motion

Multi-award winning songwriter and musician, theatre maker and published writer Karine Polwart – six-time winner at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, including 2018 Folk Singer of The Year – will release a new album, Laws of Motion, on October 19, 2018 via Hudson Records. Polwart’s seventh release, Laws of Motion is the follow-up to …

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Callaghan: ‘Summer Days’

Acclaimed UK singer-songwriter and BBC Radio 2 favourite Callaghan returns this summer to release her new self-titled album ‘Callaghan’ on August 31st. And ahead of that will be performing at Barclaycard British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park, July 15. Moving further towards pop than ever before, whilst maintaining the honest emotion which has already …

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House Music Has A New Anthem: ‘Come Back Baby’ On Dopewax Records

‘Come Back Baby’ is a powerful track that can be heard and spotted at 40 paces and instantly transfers into an effective anthem that reverberates throughout all the key DJ sets across the world. The latest signing to the iconic Dopewax Records in New York City comes in the perfect package of deep, punctuated beats …

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Amanda Shires: ‘Eve’s Daughter’ & ‘To The Sunset’

SEEN just loves Amanda Shires’ new single ‘Eve’s Daughter’ taken from from her highly anticipated fifth album ‘To The Sunset’ which is due for release via Silver Knife/Thirty Tigers on August 3, 2018. ‘To The Sunset’ is Shires’ second album with Grammy award-winning producer, Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell, Dolly Parton) at the helm …

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Gemma Rogers releases debut track ‘Stop’

West London singer, storyteller Gemma Rogers unveiled her debut track ‘Stop’ on 29th June on Spotify & ITunes. As part of a 5-track EP due for full release this October, ‘Stop’ will be accompanied by an additional track ‘My Idea of Fun’. If there’s single that’s the sound of the summer – ‘Stop’ is it, …