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New Music – David’s Lyre, Clement Marfo, Maighread

The latest New Music selections from the On The Record column in The Ticket. All tips for future New Music picks welcome below. David’s Lyre Manchester singer-songwriter Paul Dixon is set to capture many hearts in the coming months with …

Thu, Aug 5, 2010, 14:26

   

The latest New Music selections from the On The Record column in The Ticket. All tips for future New Music picks welcome below.

David’s Lyre

Manchester singer-songwriter Paul Dixon is set to capture many hearts in the coming months with that mighty rumble of a voice and top-notch retro-sounding songs like forthcoming single “Tear Them Down”

Clement Marfo & The Frontline

Vibrant modern pop from South London rapper Clement Marfo and his seven-piece band throwing hip-hop, soul, r’n’b and reggae into the mix. Forthcoming single “Champion” sounds like a sure-fire hit.

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Maighread

Limerick-born, London-based electro-pop diva in the making with a fine handle already on the ins and outs of synth-pop machinations, vocal projections and sussed songwriting. Check out the Mark Video-directed promo for “Sea”.

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