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Steve Buscemi's Dreamy Eyes - Sobranie 8 18 - Lauran Hibberd - Sophie Morgan - Lev Snowe - Siobhán O'Brien

Steve Buscemi's Dreamy Eyes have released the new single 'Forever' a few weeks ahead of their 'Sweetie' album release. Comprising of twelve tracks the album is awash with great indie songs, we have already featured 'Moon' and 'Change Of Heart' and I have to say the rest are at the least on a par with these three tracks, it's an album to look out for! === Russian based duo Sobranie 8 18 have just released the dramatic and imaginative song 'Angels Fight', a genre defying and play again piece. === Since coming into our world in August 2017 Lauran Hibberd has become a firm favourite of Beehive Candy and the new single 'BANG BANG BANG' only confirms even more that the attention she has gained has been earned through delivering fabulous music. === It's been a while since we last featured Sophie Morgan however she has returned with the gentle, melodic and beautiful new song 'Marmalade' accompanied by a wonderfully matche

LIA - Deva St. John - Steve Buscemi's Dreamy Eyes

We have the brand new E.P from LIA entitled 'Vasilia'. Her striking vocals, at times intricate musical backdrops and more often personal yet highly relatable lyrics, are at the least beautiful and occasionally simply incredible. === From Deva St. John we have 'The Information Age' which opens with synths, Morse code and drums and explodes into action with energised vocals, as this feisty alt rock song grabs hold of our ears. === Steve Buscemi's Dreamy Eyes returns for a fourth appearance here with 'Moon' the second single we have the pleasure of sharing ahead of a new album due next year, from this gorgeous indie pop/rock band. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ LIA - Vasilia (E.P). LIA has just released her new EP called 'Vasilia'. Here are LIA's thoughts on the latest E.P. "I wrote this EP as I was coming into myself. It was a period of my life when I learned how to love

Steve Buscemi's Dreamy Eyes - Emily Breeze - Van Houten - The Astronots

Swedish Indie band Steve Buscemi's Dreamy Eyes have released a new single entitled 'Change of Heart'. The deep bass line drives the song, the vocals are both melodic and quiet dominant, whilst the overall arrangement is distinct and expansive. 'Work' is the third single from Emily Breeze ahead of the new album 'Rituals', it's a fine alt rock song with plenty of indie pop sensibilities that give the song real traction. Van Houten have shared 'Moon' a fabulous song where the guitars remind me a little of the Cocteau Twins, however the vocals and harmonies take this song towards dream or indie pop, and the laid back vibe is gorgeous. American rockers The Astronots have just released 'Wandering Eyes' which is described as a "quirky love song," it's also full of vibrant hooks and plenty of energy. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Sarah Schonert - Steve Buscemi's Dreamy Eyes - The Little Kicks - Half Forward Line

Sarah Schonert - Astound Me. Background - The full-length release entitled "Penguin Party" from Illinois-based indie singer/songwriter Sarah Schonert will be released on 8th December.  Her experimental approach should appeal to fans of innovators like Kate Bush and Imogen Heap. Sarah writes and records out of her home studio. Sarah combines classical-sounding piano with ambient washes, vocoded synths, electronic elements, and layered vocals, and she is not afraid to experiment with vintage instruments as well as new technology to create her sound. "For "Penguin Party," I chose to stick to the keyboards and loopers to focus on creative a more energetic album that people would want to move to. It also gave me a chance to experiment with some new ideas, such as using vocoder to make a drum track drive a bassline, looping live, and extravagant piano ornaments." WEBSITE , FACEBOOK . I have only heard a couple of tracks from the forthcoming album including

Oddnesse - Novah - Steve Buscemi's Dreamy Eyes - Madeline Tasquin

Oddnesse - I Used To. Background - “It started with the keyboard part. Doug (Grey Goon) played it in the studio one day. It found it very peaceful and aligned with a kind of freedom I had been enjoying lately. That year I had driven alone from LA to Utah and back twice. I absolutely loved it, in the way I’ve always loved the independence of no one needing me, no one expecting me, no one to confer with about where I might stop, when I might leave, if I might come back. I was grateful on those trips (as one usually is) for the dissolution of a relationship I had been overly attached to.  I was grateful that my mind was clear and that I had the experience to myself. I was happy. I didn’t need to know what was next.” - Rebeca Arango Oddnesse is the soulchild of songwriter-producer Rebeca Arango, a first generation American from Hoboken, New Jersey. Arango met her partner-in-crime, fellow songwriter-producer Grey Goon (aka Doug Walters), in Los Angeles. The two east-coast expats bonded e