THE OTHER WOMAN: ROSSI/ EMORIE

Rossi - Ossetia Musician Thom Donovan and Nashville singer-songwriter Kendall Morgan met over dinner at the home of a mutual friend, who now manages them as Rossi. Allison Nellis knew a good thing when she heard it too then. Kendall has one of those voices, striking, flawed, utterly compelling. The good people who choose the music for CBS drama The Good Wife (a firm fave…

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THE OTHER WOMAN: SUPERTALENTED/ JANE JOYD

Supertalented - Cheesecake is the Best/ Scanner Supertalented is Noa Kurzweil and friends: they make short, weird, lo-fi pop tunes about, well, cheesecake and potatoes and things... Weight Watchers and Plus Size are the two albums she's released on netlabel Birdsong and every song is shorter and sweeter than the next. Their tag line is: "Supertalented are super Lo-Fi for Superpeople." High five! Also, posting…

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THE OTHER WOMAN: JANINE AND THE MIXTAPE/ COLOUR ME WEDNESDAY

Janine and the Mixtape - Bullets WARNING: THIS WILL GET STUCK IN YOUR HEAD FOR DAYS. It's the voice (take note The Voice TV show fans - this is how it's done) and one hell of a hook. Janine Foster fronts Janine and the Mixtape: she sings, writes the songs, produces, plays synths, sorts out the beats - the works. A New Zealander who has…

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THE OTHER WOMAN: Sophie Jamieson/ Mensch

Sophie Jamieson - The Harbour Wall The best thing about being part of a network of new music fanatics, is getting tips from your mates. Skopje puts on acoustic nights in Watford, north London, and always nabs himself the best of line ups. Sophie Jamieson is one such tip he sent over to me, and this song The Harbour Wall is just beautiful. And we're…

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THE OTHER WOMAN: DIVORCE/ DEBBIE MILLER

Divorce - Wet Bandit These Glaswegian punk rockers play it ear-splittingly loud. When seeing them live at a tiny venue in north London, we left with ears ringing and silly grins on our faces. This video was made by guitarist Vickie and will bend your brain, Horseheads the 7" is available from Milk Records or from the band live... and trust us you NEED to…

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THE OTHER WOMAN: PINS/ DONNA FULLMAN

Pins - Eleventh Hour The blogosphere is having a love affair with this video from Manchester four piece Pins. It hit the net last week and has been posted on many a discerning blog, especially as the video's director Sing J. Lee is being heralded as the frontrunner of a new wave of young, creative and hip Mancunians. You're either bored to death of this…

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THE OTHER WOMAN: Lulu James/ All We Are

Lulu James - Rope Mirage This young Newcastle lass has already supported Ghostpoet in her hometown and launches her Rope Mirage EP at The Cluny on 30th April. You know when you get the feeling that someone's suddenly going to go stratospheric? That's the overwhelming vibe from this talented 21 year old who calls her music '21st Century Soul'. Listing her influences as Jamie XX,…

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THE OTHER WOMAN: Lady Lykez/ Krystle Warren

Lady Lykez - Not Your Hair Lady Lykez is a firecracker of an MC from north London: young, sassy, funny, quick fire rap stylings, a massive talent. TOW 'hearts' this girl (as the kidz say) and can’t wait for her to accomplish big things. This release of Not Your Hair is the remix featuring Lady Leshurr, Lioness and Stush - a veritable who's who of young…

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THE OTHER WOMAN: CITI PETTS/ HI FICTION SCIENCE

Citi Petts - Love in a Riot Well this tune just automatically puts a big smile on our dial. Pumping electro pop with a great little vocal riff. This trio from Liverpool are fronted by big mouth Lizzie O'Neill, discovered at a house party dance off (er, can we come next time?) the two boys who produce and provide the stomping backing track knew they…

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THE OTHER WOMAN: YOUNG ROMANCE/ SUE DENIM

SUE DENIM - The Plan Sue Denim is one half of electro indie rockers Robots In Disguise, with Dee Plume they've garnered something of a cult following. Appearances in The Mighty Boosh have helped them along and, of course, a string of excellent albums - culminating in Happiness v Sadness last year. Sue's solo project is quite different, sparse, whimsical, shot through with melancholy that…

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