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The Pearl of Cape Town

Lucy Kruger’s unique indie/alternative rock style of music is both hypnotic and alluring; and, has been compared to the styles of Alanis Morrissette and Sinead O’Connor.

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Needle to the Groove

I use Pioneer CDJs 2000 Nexus most of the time,  but it depends on the venues set up. I don't really like using software like Traktor where it syncs everything for you. I like to beat match on the fly, and I'm not a fan of allowing music to be automatically beat matched.

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Bella Loaded

Sometimes a love affair can rip us apart, but in the end, being torn open is the most incredible gift.

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Motel California

I had no idea that 20 years later, we would live in a recycled generation, and previous decades would come back in such a big way. More so the 80s than any other.

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Binary Bop

We were so stoked when we found out Best Friends had received an Honourable Mention in the 2016 International Songwriting Competition.

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Orchestral Coadunation Generators

Coming from a hip hop and an alt rock background, I have a tendency to thicken up tracks to the point that it feels like a dump truck hitting you in the ear.

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The Pelage People

I think we've struggled with this in the past because we weren't sure what type of band we wanted to be. We were throwing ideas out there and seeing whatever stuck.

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Eléa's Lust

I’m not generally one to talk too much on stage, I prefer to let the music speak for itself.

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The Hopeless Fountain of Youth

There is an earnestness in her vocals that is still present on hopeless fountain kingdom, that makes it impossible for me to imagine her sitting down and taking her time to concoct her lyrics, as her songs possess a spontaneous, ingenuous quality that's difficult to feign.

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The Order of Things

I think people like labels to hang their music on, and unfortunately as a band it helps if you can be associated with a particular label or two – I’m not a fan; we just make music – good music I hope.

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Lorde Reborn

But perhaps that’s to be expected, as the teen songstress has since evolved into a woman more confident of her gifts, and of what she wants.

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Breaking Shane

This album is merely a reflection of the experiences I went through over the past two years of my life, that broke me to my core. The songs and lyrics are genuine and real.

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Sexy Funky Secrets

You should be able to sing the song after only one listen. Actually, you should be able to pick up the melody about half way through!

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Majken and the Dreaming Fjord

I have a background as trained dancer, so all rhythmic instruments come really natural to me.

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Adekunle Looks Forward

His classification of his music is a further attempt to separate his style, but he is still generally regarded as an Afropop artist.

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Emerging UK Pop Recording Artists

Signed tо Simon Cowell’s Syco Music label, аlоngѕіdе Epic Rесоrdѕ, hіѕ ероnуmоuѕ dеbut saw hіm hіt #2 in thе UK Albums сhаrt in 2010.

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Suvi: She Will Find You

Drawing upon these feelings and childhood memories, SUVI has crafted an atmospheric, orchestral pop sound reminiscent of luminaries such as Peter Gabriel, Bjork and Woodkid.

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The Talking Dead

The reception of our music was great, I feel like we've got a pretty unique thing going and audiences seem to think so too.

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