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Farida – Solo Ride

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We’re into the atmospheric R&B of “Solo Ride”, new from Norwegian-born singer Farida. The subtly quieting “Solo Ride” is a component part of Farida’s forthcoming 25th Hour mixtape which is due for an April release.

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Jens Kuross – Steadier

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The excellent Aesop will be the releasing label for the forthcoming new EP from L.A.-based Jens Kuross. A modern 2016 imagination of a spare folk ballad, the track neats merges the barebones aesthetic of a rural composition with an element of ambient electronics and compressed rhythms. Give “Steadier” a listen.

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Ro James – Permission

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Sat around an ace Willie Hutch sample and a Maxwell-reminding main vocal, Ro James’ easy jam “Permission” is the New York up and comer’s breakout moment. A++.

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JUDE. – Pretend

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The favorite Floridian duo (now moved to Brooklyn) JUDE. return with first track in nearly a year, “Pretend”. JUDE’s blissed “Pretend” as a track reflects a more refined, polished recording as well as noticeable growth as writers and arrangers. We’re spinning “Pretend” on the reg.

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03-02-16

Gallant – Bourbon

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Gallant announces today debut album Ology out April 6 on Mind of a Genius and to accompany the news has revealed excellent new track “Bourbon”. A mid-tempo burner locked-tight to a circadian groove “Bourbon” is dimensionally a further step forward in the Gallant aesthetic and another top-caliber in the burgeoning new star’s track discography.

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03-02-16