Passport Approved Top 10:

1) LARKINS"Are we having fun yet?" (Good Soldier Songs, UK)
2) JAMES DEACON"Reason" (Ditto Music, South Africa)
3) WAITING FOR SMITH"Long Life" (Four One Seven Records, UK)
4) TRIBE FRIDAY"Talk So Loud" (Unsigned, Sweden)
5) THE LULU RAES – "Can't Run No More" (Verge/Sony, Australia)
6)  LILY MOORE "Better Than Me" (Virgin EMI, UK)
7) SEA GIRLS "Ready For More" (Polydor, UK)
8) JAMES GILLESPIE "Mad World" (AWAL, UK)
9) MIA RODRIGUEZ – "Psycho" (City Pop Records, Australia)
10) FLAWES"When We Were Young" (Red Bull Records, UK)


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STEREOTIDE

Ten years ago, the pop rock quartet Stereotide formed in Nuremberg, Germany. Musically inspired by the likes of Coldplay, Muse, The Script and OneRepublic, Stephan (lead vocals, guitar), Chris (guitar, backing vocals), Gabriel (bass/backing vocals) and Raphael (drums) have grown to be one of the most successful German bands as of late. Stereotide has earned over 7k airplay spins at the biggest German radio stations, including Radio NRW, Bayern 3, NDR 2, SWR 3, Rockantenne, SR1 Europawelle, Radio Salü, Radio 7 and SAW Rockland Radio, as well as Belgian Radio BRF and Welle 1 Austria. Their single “Find Someone” garnered international airplay throughout the U.S., U.K., Australia, Germany, South Africa, South America, India and China. Stereotide supported both Daughtry and Skillet on their respective German tours, played other headlining festivals and supported the likes of 80s singer Nena and Percival from The Voice (Germany). A new mix of their single “Someday” has been created and is now available globally. The original version of “Someday,” previously released exclusively in Germany, stayed in the Top 100 of the official German Airplay Charts for three months, and even made it into the Top 10 in the Mainstream Airplay Charts.






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