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IgluMusic Podcast #03 with Eddy Luna  

It's January, it's cold outside, and rain is on the horizon, but fear not; 

Iglu music has lined up a must-hear playlist of heart-warming music, from some of the West Midlands finest artists for your listening pleasure. 

 We were also incredibly lucky to have a very special guest on tonight's show, from one of the midlands most loved hidden talents,.  

We hear one of her stunning songs 'Different Spaces', as well as songs from  

Monique-Danielle 
Vijay Kishore 
Tehillah Henry 
Janel Antoneshia 
Vital 
Hi, grade Hi-fi feat. Jugganaut. 

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Iglu Music Podcast #02  

So, this is the later than billed iglu music review show.  

We were joined by Co-Host Alstallio and emerging Birmingham rap/grime artist Seb.T, who talked to us about his journey into the Birmingham music scene, and his plans for 2020, as well as hearing 3, yes 3 of his tracks from his current EP. Also playing tracks from Birmingham royalty, Lady Sanity, and Truemendous, not to mention tracks from Liverpool rapper Juvey, Leicester artists Jafro and Stanza Divan, this was an informal chat between artists, about creatives in the U.K and their mission to be heard.  

Join us next week, when we will be speaking to more creatives, and hearing more amazing music

IgluMusic Podcast  

Hear from Simon, Alstallio and guest, Synikall on topics such as 

Birmingham music scene 
Rivalries  

Is Birmingham still 2nd to London, or have we slipped 

Who's coming through ranks, in our one's to watch segment. 

Synikall's tracks  
don't push me, and  
push fwd.  

Subnotion - Life, ft Eddy Luna, and Irahjon

Trademark Blud 
Battle rapper from Telford. 

Truemendous and Sanity

Birmingham artists are ready, where is our avenue to success?