Notice This Releases : February 2014

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ALTERNATIVE. INDIE. ROCK. ELECTRONIC. 

TIP: You may remember band called Broken Bells, this indie rock group is trying to catch our attention again. After four years from debut here come new album – After The Disco (4.2.2014) 

also expect . Bombay Bicycle Club – See You Tomorrow | . Gardens & Villa – Dunes. | Peter Ulrich – Painted Caravan. | Band Of Horses – Acoustic At The Ryman. | Sam Roberts – Lo-Fantasy. | Lost in the Trees – Past Life. | The Jezabels – The Brink. | Neneh Cherry – Blank Project. | Wild Beasts – Present Tense. | Suede – European Tour 2013. |

BLUES. COUNTRY. FOLK. FUNK 

TIP: Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings are going to deliver some classic funk into your lives with new release Give The People What They Want (may have been released in your region already).

also expect. Nostalgia 77 – A Journey Too Far. | Dianne Reeves – Beautiful Life. | Pat Metheny Group – Kin.| Ellis Tinsley – Midnight Blue. |

METAL

TIP: Melodic death metal will get newcomer . Thyrien are releasing their debut album Hymns Of The Mortals (Songs From The North)

also expect. Within Temptation – Hydra. | Cripple Bastards – Nero In Metastasi. | Crematory – Antiserum. | Battleaxe – Heavy Metal Sanctuary. | Freedom Call – Beyond. | Behemoth – The Satanist. |

MOVIE SCORES 

TIP:  On February 4th you can listen to soundtrack composed by Alexandre Desplat ( Queen, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, King’s Speech, The Ides Of March) for historical movie Monument’s Men

also expect. Mark Mothersbaug – The Lego Movie. | Pedro Brofman – RoboCop. | Hans Zimmer & Rupert Gregson – Williams – Winter’s Tale.|

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