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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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BATTS: ‘Shame’

“BATTS deals in jangly alt-pop in the vein of Angel Olsen. If you’ve even wished Courtney Barnett was just a little more melodic, this is the girl for you” – The Line Of Best Fit SEEN has been enjoying the wry lyrics and sultry voice of BATTS. Hailing from Melbourne, she has released her new …

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AHI: Breakin’ Ground

SEEN is lost in admiration at the sheer wealth of musical talent currently gracing her eardrums. None more so than the glorious Ahi (pronounced ‘Eye’) who has announced his new album: ‘In Our Time’. That voice! “A treat, a soothing piece of music with a slight pang of melancholy” – Clash “It was powerfully moving, …

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Lost in Music: Too Many Zooz at Ronnie Scott’s

SEEN had been keenly anticipating last night’s gig at Ronnie Scott’s by ‘brass house’ viral sensation Too Many Zooz. Having got themselves a name by playing their frenetic syncopations on the New York Underground, they have gone on to collaborate with Google and Beyoncé, signed with Ministry of Sound and have released the remixed ‘Warriors’. …

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Daphne & The Golden Chord

Daphne Guinness is sharing new videos for ‘Five Planets’ and ‘Riot’, with both tracks lifted from her newly released album ‘Daphne & The Golden Chord’ (out now digitally via Agent Anonyme/Absolute). Both films recently premiered at the London BFI IMAX, ahead of the physical release of ‘Daphne & The Golden Chord’ on CD and vinyl …

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Gang of Four: Complicit 


Gang of Four have released a new EP, ‘Complicit’. Co-produced by the band’s Andy Gill, alongside Ben Hillier (Blur, Depeche Mode) and Ross Orton (M.I.A., Arctic Monkeys), the EP includes previous singles ‘Lucky’ and ‘Ivanka (Things You Can’t Have)’, with artwork that captures the President’s daughter alongside the Russian word for ‘complicit’. The EP is …

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Ash releases ‘Annabel’ from new album – Islands

SEEN is pleased to hear that ASH have announced details of a brand new single Annabel, the second track to be lifted from the forthcoming album Islands, released 18th May through their newly cemented return to original home, Infectious Music. It follows lead single Buzzkill (which features members of The Undertones on backing vocals). Stream/share …

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Tailor – What If

SEEN loves Electronica and has been enjoying Tailor’s atmospheric ‘What if’. Wistful lyrics overlay a complex and hypnotic musical accompaniment. You need to listen a few times to properly appreciate its sophistication. Raised in Birmingham and now London-based, Tailor promotes an honest and refreshing outlook on music. Fresh on the electronic scene and swiftly laying …

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Oscar Jerome sells out Headlining show at Ghost Notes

SEEN is looking forward very much to seeing the intriguing Oscar Jerome tonight at Ghost Notes. The South London i-D-tipped songwriter has now released the ‘Where Are Your Branches?’ EP. This new five-track collection follows the release of Oscar’s 2016 self-titled debut EP, which drew praise from the likes of Radio 1, Boiler Room, 1Xtra …

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Kate Simko composes soundtrack to Leena Pendharkar’s timely drama ‘20 Weeks’

SEEN fave Kate Simko’s original music score for ’20 Weeks’ has been released digitally on all major platforms as the film had its theatrical debut in the US on 13th April. Spanning 15 tracks, the exquisitely crafted ambient/classical album captures Kate Simko’s distinctive sound, combining the intricacies and textures of string orchestration with dreamy electronic …