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⚡MARCH RELEASES⚡

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⚡ Coming Up In March! Watch the trailer on YouTube for a taste of the amazing music coming out in March! 

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Tears On Your Pillow
HANNA RUA
Out now!
Dance Floor (2022 Rework)
Natalie GRay
Out now!
The World
Thought Beings
Out Friday 11th March
The Roots (Album)
Syntronix
Out Friday 18th March
A Little Time
EhRah feat. Power Rob
Out Wednesday 23rd March
Experiencer
Lucy Dreams
Out Wednesday 25th March


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Four decades on from the legendary ‘A Secret Wish’, ex Propaganda members Claudia Brücken and Susanne Freytag are back as xPropaganda. Reunited with original producer Stephen Lipson – fresh from his work on Hans Zimmer’s score to the latest Bond film, ‘No Time To Die’- the trio have unveiled a new album that’s conceptually and sonically the follow-up-that-never was to their mid-‘80s classic. With dramatic beats and magical soundscapes offset beautifully by Claudia and Susanne’s expressive, passionate vocals, ‘The Heart Is Strange’ evokes the spirit and passion of the original Propaganda whilst sounding effortlessly contemporary.

Tracklist:

  1. The Night
  2. Chasing Utopia
  3. Beauty Is the Truth
  4. Only Human
  5. Don’t (You Mess with Me)
  6. No Ordinary Girl
  7. The Wolves Are Returning
  8. Ribbons of Steel


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• Various Artists - NOW: Yearbook 1982

NOW Music is proud to present the newest addition to the 'Yearbook' series: NOW: Yearbook 1982.

Including hits from Soft Cell, ABBA, Duran Duran, Visage, The Human League, Utravox, OMD, Kim Wilde, Japan, Blondie, New Order and many more! Available in 4CD and 3LP yellow vinyl album limited edition formats.

Various Artists - NOW: Yearbook 1982 is out Friday, 4th February 2022 on Universal Music and available for pre-order now.


• Various Artists - NOW That's What I Call Electronic

NOW are proud to present NOW That's What I Call Electronic. This 78-track 4CD compilation features iconic tracks from legendary artists including Erasure, Heaven 17, OMD, Soft Cell, Blancmange, Blondie, Human League, Duran Duran, Eurythmics, ABBA and many more.

Various Artists - NOW That's What I Call Electronic is out now on Universal Music and available to order now.


• Various Artists - NOW: Yearbook Extra 1984

NOW is proud to present NOW: Yearbook Extra 1984 with 60 more essential hits from that year. Released as a limited edition 3CD set, collectors and 80s pop lovers will find it a great compliment to their Yearbook collection

Various Artists - NOW: Yearbook Extra 1984 is out now on Universal Music and available to order now.

NOW: Yearbook 1982 NOW Thats What I Call Electronic NOW: Yearbook Extra 1984

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A special remix album by Bright Light Bright Light released through December as part of an advent calendar bringing unreleased remixes out of the vaults. Spanning all 4 studio albums, plus mixes of some B-Sides, the collection presents 14 "new" mixes to enjoy! 

Pre-order In The Mix on CD or Cassette: https://store.brightlightx2.com/collections/in-the-mix 

Or head over to Bandcamp and download the album now!

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Electribe 101 are to finally release their second album, 30 years after recording it!


Formed in 1988 and fronted by sometime S’Express vocalist Billie Ray Martin, they released their first LP, Electribal Memories, in 1990 and recorded its follow-up, Electribal Soul, a year later, only it was never released.

“There was a degree of confidence among us when we came to write the second album,” recalls Billie Ray Martin. “To me, the songs we put down sound like some of our finest moments.

“I was into big ballads at the time and listening to all kinds of US and UK singers, and I was also young enough to want to prove myself as a belter of ballads.” 


“Listening back to these tracks now, I was reminded of what a bunch of great musicians they were,” she says. “They had a rule that if a part still sounded good after a day or two then it could stay. If it bothered the vocals, it would go.”

The band finished mixing the album at London’s Olympic Studios in 1991. They were assisted by Apollo 440’s Howard Gray on production duties for Deadline For My Memories, Insatiable Love and Space Oasis, with Howard Gray supported by talented engineer Al Stone.

Electribal Soul will be released on 12” vinyl, CD and digital formats on 18th February 2022 through Electribal Records. The physical formats include extensive liner notes from Billie Ray Martin, and the album sleeve features unseen archive photographs by Lewis Mulatero from the original 1990 sessions with the band that were never used in the sleeve designs for Electribal Memories.

Pre-order Electribal Soul at the Billie Ray Martin website.

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