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posted by on 15/04/2013

We’re back after a short hiatus, 4 day weeks with Bank Holiday’s involved meant there wasn’t much new music lingering around the interwebs. This past week has been quite the opposite, so much good music to share with y’all. Head on after the cut.

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Come Here

Whatever Miguel seems to touch lately turns into a solid hit. The singer has produced another dose of musical goodness with the help of rapper Talib Kweli. This is deffo one of those tunes that you play when the sun is shining and the top is dropped as you drive. Fortunately for me I wont have to worry about getting myself a convertible car since I live here in the UK and it doesn’t look like the sun is ever gonna come.

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Without Our Time

Soothing, smooth and effortless are the best way to describe the vocals of Danish soulsinger Marie Dahlstrom. She debuted new track ‘Without Our Time’ which is a deep, thought provoking song written by herself. The mellow production and beautiful tones will draw you in. We’ve got an interview coming up with the singer, soon.

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Northern Lights

‘Northern Lights’ is taken from Dawn’s debut, ‘Goldenheart’ which dropped back in January. She’s taken the club friendly track and enlisted none other than Eve for the official remix. I like the track but I do wish we could have heard more from Eve… the pair have collaborated for her Lip Lock album so I’ll get my way soon enough!

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Love Song (Cover)

Sometimes when you hear people sing you just have to sit back and admire. When I was watching American Idol this week I was in awe of this lady, this performance and her talent. Singers will know that the control she posses of her voice is beyond crazy. We won’t go into detail and dissect everything but lets just says this chick can SANG and she took me all the way to church and back with this performance.

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Jai Paul

The album is here. Apparently he released it himself without his label’s approval through Bandcamp. It’s on there for £7. I have yet to listen to it properly because the track names don’t come up properly on iTunes, Snobby reason I know but I have OCD when it comes to things like this. Till I can find a proper tracklist somewhere..

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Inside My Head

A refreshingly quirky narrative from Labrinth’s Odd Child Etta Bond laid down on a mellow instrumental by production duo Balistiq. The head bop inducing track is different from her chorus delivery on Wretch 32′s ‘Forgiveness’ but we can all relate to her honest delivery; “I know that people read my tweets and think that I’ve gone crazy”. Enjoy.

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Bubble Butt

There are times when lyrics mean everything or a singer sings the shit out of a song and it just touches your soul and there are times when you know that a song is simply stupid but you can’t help but like it. This is one of those stupid but catchy songs. The beat makes me nod my head and bounce my shoulders add that to the catchy Bruno Mars chorus and I’m hooked. Certainly not for everyone (I know Yin hates this) but it put a smile on my face when I heard it.

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Whole Again (Refix)

When I saw MNEK‘s tweet pop-up on my timeline about refixing Atom Kitten’s Whole Again, I had my doubts on how anyone could make that song that sound good. To my surprise, the young London-based singer/songwriter has done a splendid job. You can’t even tell it’s an Atomic Kitten song. A real refix right here. Click play and enjoy.

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