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Dinosaur Pile-Up releases the new single ‘Round The Bend’ which comes off their album Celebrity Mansions via Parlophone Records. The alt-rock three piece has three albums under their belt. The new single premiered last night on the Radio 1 Rock Show. Give it a listen.
Playlists: Radio X and Kerrang Radio
Press: NME, DIY, Kerrang, The Independent, Dork
Upcoming shows: Download Festival and a upcoming US tour with Shinedown.

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Three piece indie act Sunset Sons released the must-hear-track Problems via Lab Records. The latest track  was produced by long-time Catherine Marks (Foals, The Big Moon). Check out the video.
Radio: Radio 1 and Radio X.
Streams: Over 2 Million Spotify Streams on the River EP.
Performances: 4 Sold Out upcoming UK shows
The Attic Bar – Glasgow – June 24th
Jimmy’s-Manchester- June 25th
The Camden Assembly-London – June 26th
The Old Bakery- Truro – June 28th

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Taylor Swift promises to get political on her new album. Even though politics has done little to bolster her career, Swift told Elle Mag, “I definitely think there are political undertones in the new music I made,” “I’m not planning to stop encouraging young people to vote and to try to get them to talk about what’s going on in our country. I think that’s one of the most important things I could do.”

While some artists-turned- activists, have used their platform to influence people, many stay away from such controversy. Dolly Parton says, “I learned a long time ago to keep your damn mouth shut if you want to stay in show business.” Parton told Nightline, “I don’t do politics. I’m not getting into any of that. I have a lot of fans out there and I don’t want to offend anybody. Besides, I just don’t get into that. If you are deciding you may want to ask me something more serious, don’t, because I’m not going to answer it.”

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After 60 years, Warner Bros. Records has rebrands itself and even acquires a new a logo. Its new name is Warner Records.

“For the first time in the label’s history, we’ve had the opportunity to create a distinct, modern identity entirely of our own,” U.S. Co-Chairman & COO Tom Corson and as U.S. Co-Chairman & CEO Aaron Bay-Schuck said in a joint statement. “The timing couldn’t be better, since we all feel the label is at a moment of reinvention that builds on our legacy, while moving into a future driven by fearlessness and creativity.”

After Time Warner sold off Warner Bros. it was agreed that the company would continue to use its name and logo for 15 years.

“We wanted the Warner Records brand to have the power and freedom to mean different things to different people around the world,” said Christie. “A new logo isn’t meaningful on its own, and our label will always be defined by the originality of our artists, our music, and our people.”

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Orlando-based Talii releases the new track Front Seat via SoundCloud. The uptempo track blends r&b and neo-soul. The 25 year old currently working on her forthcoming EP.
Press: Celebmix, Ear Milk, Outloud Culture
Upcoming Performances: June 8th at SoundBar (Orlando, FL)

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