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three new tracks for your listening pleasure

With so many incredible songs landing in our inbox for the month of March, we're going to be bringing you oodles of our favourites! Let's get stuck in!

daniel etherton "foundations"

Starting off this post is the beautiful debut track from Surrey-born singer/songwriter Daniel Etherton.


Foundations intertwines a beautifully simple acoustic guitar track with delicately intertwined strings that create the perfect foundation for Daniel's incredible vocal performance which reminds me very much of Shaun Mendes. As a debut song, it sets the bar very high for future releases but with this performance, I believe Daniel Etherton is a very exciting prospect for the future.

Our rating: 9.7/10

the a.v. club "mistakes"

Take an 80's inspired electro indie track, add a good dollop of catchy chorus, bake for 3 minutes and 9 seconds and you might get a tune as excellent as Mistakes from Warrington's The A.V. Club.


If the band can continue releasing top quality earworms such as this, it's pretty clear that The A. V. Club are going to right up there with the best of 'em pretty soon.

Our rating: 9.7/10

vicious rooster "something goin' on"

Fans of Southern Rock or Classic Rock will absolutely LOVE Something Goin On from LA's Vicious Rooster.


Filled with sharp guitar hooks and a vocal performance that has shades of Axl Rose, Vicious Rooster deliver a power-packed performance that will literally blow your socks off!

Our rating: 9.5/10


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