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The Claudettes - Highasakite - Nancy - M. Ward - Ava Kaydo - Sunbather

The Claudettes have a brand new album on the way entitled 'High Times In The Dark' and they have just shared 'Bad Babe, Losin' Touch' as a first taste of what's to come. We last featured the band back in March 2018 and I think fair to say were rather impressed to say the least back then. Well fast forward to now and the eleven new tracks and prepare for an upgrade as the Chicago based band deliver some fabulous material. With a couple of more songs scheduled ahead of the album, we hope to dip back in and tempt you even more! === Highasakite make their fourth appearance on Beehive Candy with today's release 'Under The Sun' where the Norwegian band deliver a dreamy, emotional and melodic piece. === As duo's go Nancy deliver an expansive and richly layered sound as is born out by 'It's Just You' a lush and engaging song. === Last month we featured 'Migration Of Souls from M. Ward who is back with 'Unreal City' a flowing a

China Tiger - Highasakite - Veronica Fusaro

China Tiger have just shared their debut offering 'Belly Button'. The Sydney band mix a little slacker rock with some fabulous vocals and plenty of melodic hooks, a fine formula. We featured Highasakite a couple of times back in 2016 (doesn't time fly by) anyhow 'Can I Be Forgiven' makes for a welcome return, the beautifully arranged song strands genres as the Norwegian outfit tease us a little ahead of a new album, to be released in two parts. Veronica Fusaro has released 'Sunkissed' an E.P. comprising of five very individual songs, sometimes upbeat and vibrant, sometimes soulful and atmospheric, Veronica is also touring with dates listed below. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ China Tiger - Belly Button. Sydney four-piece China Tiger emerge with captivating debut offering, 'Belly Button' and announce first live shows. Encouraging listeners to take a look inward while question

Quality And Quantity: Torgeir Waldemars - Highasakite - The Little Kicks - Fleurie

Torgeir Waldemars - Sylvia (Southern People). Background - Torgeir Waldemar took the Norwegian people and music press by surprise with his eponymous debut album in 2014. Who had thought that the black-clad, long-haired and bearded man would deliver an album that captivated and moved us as much as it did. An acoustic masterpiece that sounded like it came straight from the rehearsal room of a young troubadour from Laurel Canyon in the seventies. While his previous album cultivated a pure, acoustic sound, we get more rock music this time, and for Torgeir Waldemar nothing is more natural. With his background as a guitar hero in various rock bands, it was only a question of time before distorted tones would assert themselves in his solo career. No Offending Borders is a gloriously composite work with both dead honest acoustic laments and grandiose rock songs. But the record is so much more than that, and for Torgeir this is a document that shows the seriousness we meet in our everyday

Synths & Sunday: Highasakite - Lovecat - Vibrissae

Highasakite - Samurai Swords. Background promo - Their “synthy sadbangers” are behind a swarm of press, inciting rave reviews from the likes of Vogue, The Guardian, The Fader, Mojo, Pop Justice, Q Magazine and The Line of Best Fit. Fresh from Glastonbury and Latitude Festivals, and just ahead of a headline spot on Norway’s renowned Øya Festival, Highasakite announce new single ‘Samurai Swords’ – taken from acclaimed sophomore album ‘Camp Echo’, out now via Propeller Recordings. It proves a synthillating addition to Highasakite’s booming arsenal, tackling heartbreak with aplomb and the soaring signature vocal of frontwoman Ingrid Helene Håvik. Fresh from a guest performance on Made In Chelsea, the band is announced to play the 23rd Annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert on December 11. The event is televised to more than 100 countries, 300 million households and also streamed live on YouTube, with Highasakite joining the ranks of countless Nobel alumni including Paul McCartney, Elton John,