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By | Published on Thursday 22 September 2022

Camila Cabello


Camila Cabello has left Sony Music’s Epic label for a new deal with Universal Music’s Interscopeaccording to Variety.

Emiliana Torrini & The Colorist Orchestra have signed to Bella Union to release their new album ‘Racing The Storm’ next year. From that very album, right here is new single ‘Right Here’.



Universal Music owned distributor Ingrooves has promoted Cris Garcia Falcão to Managing Director LATAM and Nina Rabe-Cairns to Managing Director APAC. “Cris and Nina have played pivotal roles in our ongoing investment and successful expansion into important new music markets”, says interim CEO Jeff Cuatto. “The expansion of their duties recognises their entrepreneurial drive, knowledge, and deep relationships within the regions they oversee”.



Warner Music and the Rio Ferdinand Foundation will hold a music careers event in Belfast at the city’s Oh Yeah Music Centre this Saturday, as part of their ongoing scheme to help young people from working class and minority communities into the music industry. Speakers will include Warner Music UK CEO Tony Harlow, Atlantic Records UK EVP Austin Daboh and BBC presenter Phil Taggart.



The 1975 have released new single ‘All I Need To Hear’. Their new album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, is out on 14 Oct.

Broken Bells have released new seven minute power ballad ‘Love On The Run’. The duo’s first album in eight years, ‘Into The Blue’, is out on 7 Oct.

Jamie XX has released new single ‘Kill Dem’. “I started making it at a time when we weren’t sure when we were going to be able to do stuff”, he says. “I was looking forward to the day when I could get back to what I love. It was one of those ones that happens quite instantly and that’s kind of rare for me these days. It happened within almost a day”.

Daniel Avery has released new track ‘Wall Of Sleep’ featuring Haai. “In many ways ‘Wall Of Sleep’ defines the aesthetic of the whole album”, he says. That album, ‘Ultra Truth’, is out on 4 Nov.

Alice Glass has released new single ‘Lips Apart’.

Floating Points has released new single ‘Problems’. He’s also announced that he’ll play The Warehouse Project in Manchester on 19 Nov, and an open-to-close headline set at Here in London on New Year’s Day.

FaltyDL has released two new tracks: ‘God Light’, featuring Joe Goddard, and ‘Berlin’. “’God Light’ is about doing the work to better yourself, however difficult it may be, and ‘Berlin’ is about going on tour, getting high, being Jewish, anxious and transcending your own identity”, he says. “It’s also about the constant ebb and flow of one’s ego. The ability to be your own critic and cheerleader at the same time”. His new album, ‘A Nurse To My Patience’, is out on 11 Nov.

Nilüfer Yanya has released a cover of PJ Harvey’s ‘Rid Of Me’, which is – as you would expect – very good. She’s also announced that she will be supporting Roxy Music on the UK leg of their 50th anniversary tour.

Elkka has released new single ‘I Just Want To Love You’, which samples John Martyn’s ‘Small Hours’. “At the heart of it, I hope it will be a soundtrack for everyone and anyone to have the freedom to express their love – whether it’s romantic, between friends, or a mother and daughter”, she says. “Everyone deserves to be loved”.

Anna B Savage is back with ‘The Ghost’, her first new music since last year’s ‘These Dreams’ EP. “Exhausted from years of being haunted by an ex-partner, this song is a plea to let go, or be let go of”, she says. “Exploring the particular cruelty of the human brain, that love can be felt so deeply, hurt so essentially and so much, and still feel so present many years later”.



Stealing Sheep have announced UK tour dates in November, finishing up at Oslo in London on 30 Nov.

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