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*Your* favourites among the @carteblanchemus recommendations in September:
@9VIDEOCLUB,
@Ibe_Wuyts,
#Calby,
@eandthed,
@friedbergmusic,
@BrandNewHeavies,
@EGhrenass,
@Shanguymusic,
@ClaireLaffut & @yseultofficiel
@wearesheppard.

Read more and listen: https://t.co/BjBBhozUbq

In this week's edition of Werner's Weekly, your compass to the music that matters: @_georgiauk (@carteblanchemus Wildcard), @melact, @AnaCurcin, @lizzo, @MadamePBand, @sheilaandthekit, and @TLHsound.

Read more and listen via https://t.co/rDuFsioMW8

Over seven and a half minutes long, Mike by @sheilaandthekit is a monster track. Made for the dance floor, not for the radio, obviously. In the long, instrumental mid-piece the duo go completely bezerk to great effect.

In this case, size *does* matter! https://t.co/NVRTp7XqSW

For their new single Kapow, @MadamePBand don’t waste any time on an intro. And less than a minute after the explosive opening chords, we hear the first guitar solo. Furthermore, the up-beat feel-good song contains a catchy sing-along chorus.

Top track! https://t.co/yawTnD2vgW

Following her performance at the @MTV MVA's, @lizzo's 2016 track Good As Hell is climbing up the @billboard charts. Despite not being on her recent album, it will be re-released worldwide as her new single.

Great choice, it totally lives up to its title. https://t.co/CYJAprjFGk

. @LarkinsBand are one of the most exciting and in-demand bands to emerge from Manchester in recent times.

Their new single Not Enough Love is rich with synth-infused guitars and will go down well with fans of @the1975. https://t.co/7FRKpO7Rn6

Beneath My Lungs is one of the stand-out tracks on @AnaCurcin's album Differences. A wonderful piece of sophisticated pop, with a lovely piano, an inimitable drum pattern and subtle backing vocals.

I Turned 30 Yesterday is another album highlight. Check: https://t.co/TsaiEAC5t4

Never Let You Go is a @robynkonichiwa-esque song with a ludicrous catchiness, entirely played by the talented London artist and producer @_georgiauk.

Easily one of the best pop songs of the year so far, it's the new Carte Blanche Music Wildcard. https://t.co/0y5RmL3guR

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. @TLHsound's bass-heavy new single Pretty Classy sounds fiercer than its predecessors, thanks to well-placed bursts of guitar over a bed of synths.

A roaring mix between melodical alt-pop and stadium guitar rock. https://t.co/AqxL9RgqeR

While staying true to her beloved piano, @lillyamongc also tries out new sounds on her upcoming album Green Flash. One example is the Golden Brown-like spinet on new single Girl Like Me.

That said, it’s as epic a pop song as we’ve come to love her for. https://t.co/NF0klO8Zz0

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Carte Blanche Music

*Your* favourites among the Carte Blanche Music recommendations in September:
Videoclub,
IBE,
Calby,
Eliza & The Delusionals,
Friedberg Music,
The Brand New Heavies feat. NDea Davenport,
ETHEL,
Shanguy,
Claire Laffut & Yseult,
Sheppard.

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Carte Blanche Music

In this week's edition of Werner's Weekly, your compass to the music that matters:
Georgia UK (Carte Blanche Music Wildcard),
Mélodie Lauret,
Ana & The Changes,
Lizzo,
Madame Psychosis,
Sheila and the Kit,
The Lighthouse.

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Over seven and a half minutes long, Mike by Sheila and the Kit is a monster track. Made for the dance floor, not for the radio, obviously. In the long, instrumental mid-piece, the duo go completely bezerk to great effect.

In this case, size *does* matter! bit.ly/CBMsheilathekit2
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For their single Kapow, Madame Psychosis don’t waste any time on an intro. And less than a minute after the explosive opening chords, we hear the first guitar solo. Furthermore, the up-beat feel-good song contains a catchy sing-along chorus.

Top track! bit.ly/CBMmadamepsychosis
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3 weeks ago

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Following her performance at the MTV Music Video Awards, Lizzo's 2016 track Good As Hell is climbing up the Billboard charts. Despite not being on her recent album, it's about to be re-released worldwide as her new single.

Great choice, it totally lives up to its title. bit.ly/CBMlizzo4
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4 weeks ago

Carte Blanche Music

Larkins are one of the most exciting and in-demand bands to emerge from Manchester in recent times.

Their new single Not Enough Love is rich with synth-infused guitars and will go down well with fans of The 1975. bit.ly/CBMlarkins
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4 weeks ago

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Beneath My Lungs is one of the stand-out tracks on Ana & The Changes's album Differences. A wonderful piece of sophisticated pop, with a lovely piano, an inimitable drum pattern and subtle backing vocals.

I Turned 30 Yesterday is another album highlight. Check them both via bit.ly/CBManathechanges3
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4 weeks ago

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Never Let You Go is a Robyn-esque song with a ludicrous catchiness, entirely played by the talented London artist and producer Georgia UK.

Easily one of the best pop songs of the year so far, it's the new Carte Blanche Music Wildcard. bit.ly/CBMgeorgia4
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4 weeks ago

Carte Blanche Music

The Lighthouse's bass-heavy new single Pretty Classy sounds fiercer than its predecessors, thanks to well-placed bursts of guitar over a bed of synths.

A roaring mix between melodical alt-pop and stadium guitar rock. bit.ly/CBMthelighthouse4
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4 weeks ago

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While staying true to her beloved piano, Lilly among clouds also tries out new sounds on her upcoming album Green Flash. One example is the Golden Brown-like spinet on new single Girl Like Me.

That said, it’s as epic a pop song as we’ve come to love her for. bit.ly/CBMlillyclouds2
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