PRS for Music new music podcast

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Talking Pics
Talking Pics are three boys spread between London and Guildford, Andy, Nick and Rich who all met at Guildford ACM.

The band have been together eight months and their influences range from Ray Charles to Justice. Talking Pics are releasing their debut single on Split Records in March.

Red Electrick
Red Electrick are five young guys from the sunny Mediterranean island of Malta. Their unique and diverse influences ranging from Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple to The Specials, together with their love for indie music, helped create their unclassified and original sound, comprising of a blend of classic rock, reggae, ska and indie rock.

Tom Bellamy and Eddy Temple-Morris are Losers. Losers began life remixing other people’s records in a barn near Reading formerly the studio of the noughties most underrated band, The Cooper Temple Clause.

Losers’ remixes discography includes The Prodigy, Placebo, The Gossip, Rage Against The Machine, Candi Staton, Snow Patrol, The Freestylers, Utah Saints, Goose and more.

Losers debut album Beautiful Losers was released by Gung Ho! Recordings in 2010.

Paul Shevlin
Paul Shevlin is an 18 year old singer-songwriter from Northern Ireland, currently living in the City of Belfast. His music is piano centred and so far has upheld a “no-guitar” policy. He writes honest and creative music with influences ranging from Ben Folds to Nina Simone.

Although the genre of Paul’s music is hard to place, one reviewer recently came close with the term “indie-soul”, a description that is now used as a reference point for Paul’s tunes.

Paul has recently recorded sessions for BBC Radio 1 ‘Introducing’ and BBC’s Across The Line program, as well as a TV debut on Irish Music program Blas Ceoil.

A UK tour is planned for the of Spring 2011 to coincide with the launch of his new single Backfire (Set Them All Alight) which will be released on Di Di Mau Records on 28th March.