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. @callmeloop describes her sound as ‘sassy, emotive electronic pop’, but I’d like to summarize it with one word: ‘cool’. ‘Infectious’ would do as well.

Her new pop banger Self Love is this week’s new @carteblanchemus Wildcard. You can enjoy it here: https://t.co/bPDqqSvHfN

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Boyfriend by @CaseyLowryMusic recounts a humorous yet unfortunate moment with a girl and her new boyfriend.

It’s a fresh and dynamic song, that’s built around addictive guitar riffs and sing-a-long hooks; produced by @LanaDelRey collaborator Tim Lacombe. https://t.co/qXCHItcrKS

Fans of @LennyKravitz, @theheavy and @Aerosmith: please let me introduce you to your new favourite artist, @NixDadry.

Station Street East is his new single. Dadry describes its musical style as ‘multi-influenced rock’. This is what that sounds like: https://t.co/T2vcnfCJyo

Following their debut album Baby Teeth, @dizzytheband are back with a brand-new EP, Heavy, which contains 5 tracks.

Well, 2 different songs, in fact: you’ll find 3 versions of recent single Twist, and 2 versions of the EP’s title track and new single. https://t.co/1UMbm3BSy3

In this week's edition of Werner's Weekly, your compass to the music that matters: @frankturner (@carteblanchemus Wildcard), @mikiot2018, @ImaniCoppola, @lizzo (feat. @gucci1017), @pyro__band, @SkunkAnansie, and @wykevanweelden.

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

Following an earlier release as a promotional single, Star City gets the full treatment now that @olympiamusic’s second album Flamingo is out.

As you can hear, the hip hop beats of her first album Self Talk are replaced with catchy rock songs. https://t.co/O6f7oCVch2

Dutch singer-songwriter @wykevanweelden makes cinematic (James Bond-like, dare I say @Adele-esque?) pop songs, like Make You Mine. This soundtrack to the 2014 horror movie 'De Poel' has just been re-released.

Could and should be a hit as yet… https://t.co/pSFwUKcgiI

F.O.M.O. (Fear Of Missing Out) is Dutch rock band @pyro__band’s new single off their upcoming debut EP.

The message of the song is as powerful and energetic as their sound: it’s better to do one thing to the fullest, than more things half-heartedly. https://t.co/5ialSxBOPH

Kickstarted when @CamelPhat remixed her track Panic Room, @heyitsau_ra now stands on her own feet.

She just released two new tracks, Dance In The Dark being my favourite. It’s a rather experimental, sample- and beat-heavy, up-tempo electro-pop track. https://t.co/w3S9dHc9Rx

What You Do For Love is instantly recognizable as a @SkunkAnansie song: raw but melodic, emotional and political. The track explores the lengths one would go to for love and the questionable things people do for power.

Destined to become a live favourite! https://t.co/3LjdQTUtjq

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Call Me Loop describes her sound as ‘sassy, emotive electronic pop’, but I’d like to summarize it with one word: ‘cool’. ‘Infectious’ would do as well.

Her new pop banger Self Love is this week’s Carte Blanche Music Wildcard. You can enjoy it through the link in the comments!
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Carte Blanche Music

Boyfriend by Casey Lowry recounts a humorous yet unfortunate moment with a girl and her new boyfriend.

It’s a fresh and dynamic song, that’s built around addictive guitar riffs and sing-a-long hooks; produced by Lana Del Rey collaborator Tim Lacombe. Link in the comments!
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Fans of Lenny Kravitz, The Heavy and Aerosmith: please let me introduce you to your new favourite artist, Nix Dadry.

Station Street East is his new single. Dadry describes its musical style as ‘multi-influenced rock’. Click the link in the comments to find out what that sounds like...
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Following their debut album Baby Teeth, Dizzy the band are back with a brand-new EP, Heavy, which contains 5 tracks.

Well, 2 different songs, in fact: you’ll find 3 versions of recent single Twist, and 2 versions of the EP’s title track, which is also the new single.

Read more and listen via the link in the comments!
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In this week's edition of Werner's Weekly, your compass to the music that matters:
Frank Turner (Carte Blanche Music Wildcard),
MIKI NUÑEZ,
Imani Coppola,
Lizzo (feat. Gucci Mane),
PYRO,
Skunk Anansie, and
Wyke van Weelden.

Read more and listen via the link in the comments!
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Following an earlier release as a promotional single, Star City gets the full treatment now that Olympia’s second album Flamingo is out.

As you can hear, the hip hop beats of her first album Self Talk are replaced with catchy rock songs. Check it for yourself via the link in the comments!
... See MoreSee Less

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Dutch singer-songwriter Wyke van Weelden makes cinematic (James Bond-like, dare I say Adele-esque?) pop songs, like Make You Mine. This soundtrack to the 2014 horror movie 'De Poel' has just been re-released.

Could and should be a hit as yet…

Read more and listen via the link in the comments!
... See MoreSee Less

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F.O.M.O. (Fear Of Missing Out) is Dutch rock band PYRO's new single off their upcoming debut EP.

The message of the song is as powerful and energetic as their sound: it’s better to do one thing to the fullest, than more things half-heartedly. Check the link in the comments for more...
... See MoreSee Less

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Kickstarted when CamelPhat remixed her track Panic Room, Au/Ra now stands on her own feet.

She just released two new tracks, Dance In The Dark being my favourite. It’s a rather experimental, sample- and beat-heavy, up-tempo electro-pop track.

You can hear how that sounds through the link in the comments!
... See MoreSee Less

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What You Do For Love is instantly recognizable as a Skunk Anansie song: raw but melodic, emotional and political. The track explores the lengths one would go to for love and the questionable things people do for power.

Destined to become a live favourite! Link in the comments...
... See MoreSee Less

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