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Kaisland return with a their second single 'Dreams And Doubts'. 

Founded by Argentina's Hernan Cerbello & Mariano Oliva. The two joined forces with North American Eric Jon Morris to form the trio Kaisland. While working remotely in 2020, they created new music including their latest single. 

 Built up with a solid synth line and arpeggiated bass, Dreams and Doubts is a song about coming to terms with rejection. No matter how hard you try, you always end up alone. Maybe someday they'll call back...

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16 Jul 2021 - Syntronix & LAU - Never

In a time where distance and uncertainty are an everyday reality, 'Never' is a nostalgic power ballad about a distant (virtual) love, an ocean in between, and not giving up hope when love is found, no matter what obstacles might come our way. 

'Never' is a powerful and emotive Synthwave ballad driven by a pulsating bass line and huge drum fills wonderfully crafted by Syntronix, matched with LAU's characteristic heartfelt vocals.

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Coming off the heels of Forbidden Treasures, Maxx Parker joins forces with GeoVoc for his third single Cloudscape

Combining Maxx Parker’s atmospheric production and GeoVoc’s soulful vocals, Cloudscape takes you on a journey through a dreamy summer night. 

The self reflective lyrics of GeoVoc bring a certain nostalgia to the song that is coupled perfectly by the vocals bursting with emotion.

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11 Jul 2021 - Nina - Carnival Night

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Will Young said:

Well who hasn't cried on the bathroom floor?! I certainly have. The moment I heard this incredible song by MUNA I immediately knew what I wanted to do with the arrangement. Richard X and I worked to give the track more of a pop sensibility while keeping the emotional resonance of the brilliant original. The lyric is just so unique and I found the line 'Crying on the bathroom floor, tearing off the dress I wore' so interesting for a man to sing. What's nice now is that times are different and no one even questions it, but it still makes it interesting for me as a man who does wear dresses sometimes and has cried on the bathroom floor. Never have the two met before - but who knows what's to come!

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