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Missouri rockers Shaman’s Harvest hit #1 recently on Billboard Heatseakers Chart. The latest single ‘The Come Up‘ comes off their new album Red Hands Black Deeds and the band is currently supporting Nickelback on a US/ Canada tour. And with all this, the rockers are still on the market for a pub deal.  Check out the music video for the track here.
danielrfriedmanesq@gmail.com

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Singer songwriter Stephanie Skye has released her new haunting track  ‘Underwater‘. Showing off her vocal prowess the indie songstress is a cross between Lana Del Rey, Halsey and Daya.

She’s been building an online following with her quirky makeup and cover videos. Skye notes, “I’m told that I’m awkward, introverted, and a little bit misunderstood. Check out her latest Taylor Swift cover.
stephanieskyemusic@gmail.com

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Patty Monroe, the 21 year old  South African hip-hop artist releases the radio-ready Reminiscing.  The new track follows her previous single Castles and comes off her forthcoming album Malatjie.

The Cape Townian teamed up with Bebe Cool which got her voted the “Biggest African Collaboration” by MTV Base and she toured Uganda and Kenya sharing the stage with Fally Ipupa and Mafikizolo. Check out the video for the track here.
gsuspect@gmail.com, bookings@afterlifetalent.com

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Here is a great track titled King resulting from a mysterious project which goes by the name Rowe. The only known producers of the song are J£zus Millions (Charli XCX) and Clarence Clarity.  The track which is akin to The 1975, to A.K Paul and SBTRKT combines R&B, electro and pop. Check it out!
robb@lucidonline.co.uk

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Oddnesse’s new track release Are You Down is a slow grower but that’s what makes it genius. Oddnesse is the collaboration between LA based musician Rebeca Arango and producer Grey Goon. Think Lana Del Rey meets Sia.

Rebeca notes, “I call this my Pina Colada song. The question of going “slow” isn’t about romantic pacing per se (though that is important), it’s more about generally moving slow, never rushing to pack in too much all at once or getting anxious about “missing out,” and preferring to sink in and explore the depths of all things.”

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