Category Archives: AcoustiXclusive

AcoustiXclusive: Martyn Crocker – Honesty and Ambition

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Previously known under the name This Calamity, Plymouth singer-songwriter Martyn Crocker has chosen to continue under his own name. His album Honesty and Ambition is out now and exclusively streaming here at AcoustiX ‘n Stones! Listen to the record below! Continue reading

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PJ Bond announces new album, streams “Broad Street”

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American Americana artist PJ Bond will be releasing his new album “Where Were You?” through his new label Xtra Mile Recordings. The first single of the new record,  “Broad Street” can be streamed below.
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AcoustiXclusive: The Right Notes – On My Own EP

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Dutch girl Tanja Jansen, from now on known as The Right Notes, is streaming her self-produced debut EP exclusively here at AcoustiX ‘n Stones. Take a listen to “On My Own” after the jump! Continue reading


AcoustiXclusive: Crazy Arm – I Ain’t Marching Anymore


If you are not familiar with Crazy Arm yet, you better start listening now! When at the World Skate Center in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, frontman Darren Johns played a special song for us from 60’s protest singer Phil Ochs. Watch him play “I Ain’t Marching Anymore” below.
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AcoustiXclusive: Nick Santino – Bad Taste

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We met up with Nick Santino (ex-A Rocket To The Moon) on the 8123 Tour with The Maine and Lydia. After his set, Nick Santino played another song, “Bad Taste”, just for you! Check it below! Continue reading


AcoustiXclusive: Dave Hause – Same Disease

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As a friend of the Revival Tour and getting bigger under his own name than with his band, Dave Hause most definitely has “The Shine”. And whilst on tour through Europe with his brother Tim, he shone some of his light to our camera. Check Dave playing his latest single “Same Disease” below! Continue reading


AcoustiXclusive: Old Man Markley – Feel Good Song of the Year

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Today – 31 July – it is two years ago that Tony Sly of No Use For A Name and Scorpios passed away. Old Man Markley did a video with us in February and paid tribute to the man, covering “Feel Good Song of the Year”. Watch it below! Continue reading