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Spotlight Artist: “Dazie Mae”

Dazie Mae


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Jeanne, Mathias, Serge and Tom met during a concert of the Hazardous Purple Oysters Band in Vesoul (East of France). They immediately bonded in a shared interest for this Scottish psyche-folk-blues band from the sixties, specialized in Mothers of Oysters’ covers (and also because they were the only four people attending the concert). The four decided to start a project around traditional Caucasian folk songs but...

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Spotlight Video: “Better Days” ~ Kaz Hawkins

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"Better Days" is the title track from Kaz Hawkins' latest EP, which has been defined as "a step in a new direction taking outside her comfort zone of the blues genre that everyone normally associates her with". The four-track album is piano based and is an intimate invitation to hear Kaz vocally vulnerable and surprisingly raw, while the songs themselves are clear messages of hope and celebration.

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Spotlight Artist: “Nick Tann”

Nick Tann


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Nick Tann is a full time professional singer/songwriter and acoustic guitarist, born raised in London and now living in Eastleigh near Southampton on the south coast of the UK. Nick performs his own songs all over the U.K. and abroad accompanying himself on his Taylor 6 string guitar. He has many musical influences and these are borne out in his songs. Best described as “alternative folk”, Nick also cross over the genres of jazz, soul and country.

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Spotlight Album: “Better Days” ~ Kaz Hawkins

Kaz Hawkins


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"Better days" is a step in a new direction for Northern Ireland singer/songwriter Kaz Hawkins, a step which has taken her outside her comfort zone of the blues genre that everyone normally associates her with. The four-track piano based EP is an intimate invitation to hear Kaz vocally vulnerable and surprisingly raw, while the songs themselves are clear messages of hope and celebration. (Visit the IndieGuild CDstore for direct "buy" links.)

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