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Gruff Rhys Announces The First Single From 'American Interior'

Gruff Rhys announces details of the first single from his forthcoming album American Interior. The title track from Gruff’s luscious sonic travelogue about the incredible true journey of Welshman John Evans is available to listen to now on Soundcloud. It is officially released on April 28th. Gruff’s fourth solo album is due for release on Turnstile on May 5th.

Andy Caldwell Reclaims Deep House Roots With New Single “Hold The Line” Feat. Lisa Shaw, Out Today

 

"'Hold The Line,’ featuring songstress Lisa Shaw’s buttery vocals, is Caldwell’s deep house homecoming. The song’s polished melody and full-tuned bassline are strung together for a grooving edit; equal parts danceable and hypnotic.” – Vibe.com

Grammy-Nominated DJ/Producer Andy Caldwell reclaims his Deep House roots with new single, “Hold The Line” featuring Lisa Shaw. The single is out today, and premiered yesterday on Vibe.com (here: http://bit.ly/1cjUj3W).

Two remixes will follow the single release on March 4. WhiteNoize’s minimal approach goes deeper than the original, but with a punchier bassline. The second remix, a team effort between Hazzarro and Jerome Robbins, goes the other way with bigger productions – keys, percussive elements and a straight ahead, fully-charged 4-4 beat matched to a classic House groove that’s sure to get bodies on the dance-floor.

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 Christina Perri's "Human" provides the perfect amount of emotion and intrigue for this promo for the hit CBS show.

In Case You Missed It: Passenger On The Today Show

Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, made his Today Show debut this morning with a performance of his hit single “Let Her Go.” The song, which has over 200 Million views on Youtube, recently peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and reached #1 at Hot AC and Triple A Radio.

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 William Fitzsimmons - "Hold On"

House of Lies

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 Kim Cesarion - "Brains Out"

The Fosters

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 The Weepies - "Same Changes"

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 Michael Logen - "Paper Thin"

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 Watt White - "So Hard"