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Pumarosa – Honey

One of the most exciting upstart bands on the planet Pumarosa have teamed up with archproducer Dan Carey for new single “Honey”. The kinetic, visceral new track will buoy a 4-track EP forthcoming from Harvest Records. Spin “Honey” below and look for Pumarosa across North America in September and October touring with Glass Animals.

9/20/2016 San Francisco Rickshaw Shop (Headline show)
9/21/2016 Los Angeles The Echo (Headline show)

9/25/2016 Washington DC Echostage w/ Glass Animals
9/26/2016 Philadelphia The Fillmore w/ Glass Animals
9/29/2016 New York Terminal 5 w/ Glass Animals
9/30/2016 Boston Blue Hill Pavilion w/ Glass Animals
10/1/2016 Ithaca State Theatre w/ Glass Animals
10/2/2016 Toronto Sound Academy w/ Glass Animals
10/4/2016 Columbus Express Live w/ Glass Animals
10/5/2016 Milwaukee The Riverside w/ Glass Animals
10/6/2016 Chicago The Rivera Theatre w/ Glass Animals
10/7/2016 Mineapolis Myth w/ Glass Animals

10/8/2016 Brooklyn Rough Trade (Headline Show)

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[B3SCI Records] Fickle Friends – Cry Baby

Out now on B3SCI Records is “Cry Baby”, the new Mike Crossey (The 1975, Foals)-produced single from our faves in Brighton, Fickle Friends. The track available now on limited 7″ pink vinyl was called “excellent indie pop” by Stereogum and a “pop jam” by Nylon. Further details on the release can be had at B3SCI Records. Added bonus(!) UK R&B heavy-hitters HONNE have remixed “Cry Baby” which is available for your streaming pleasure below.

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Samantha Harvey – Wonderland

Social media star Samantha Harvey dropped her first fire single, ‘Wonderland’ produced by KNOXA. The bouncy beats and powerful vocals make this song a track you won’t wanna skip. Even though Harvey may be from a small town, she sings like she’s an international superstar. Check out ‘Wonderland’ released on Fat! Records on September 6th. Reviewed by Natalie Raphael.

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TEN FÉ – Turn

“Turn” is the new track from London duo TEN FÉ. Produced by Ewan Pearson (M83, Jagawar Ma), “Turn” spins a magnetically dark set of melodies around a adeptly set exercise in 70’s pop-referencing production (a neat nexus of Fender Rhodes, far-off harmony, and that particularly 70’s use of space in framing the record’s warm-toned edges. “Turn” is out now on SOME KINDA LOVE.

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09-02-16

YATES – It’s Over Now (112)

YATES is giving me life like woah. On “It’s Over Now”, The Australian singer/songerwriter’s strong, passionate voice pairs perfectly with the booming beats and hypnotizing piano chords. Check out this breathtaking track out now Sweat It Out. Reviewed by Natalie Raphael.

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Wingtip – Need Me

Wingtip is Brooklyn-based producer Nick Perloff-Giles. Back in June we gave the B3 stamp to the party track “Missing You” and now Wingtip returns this week with equally strong follow-up in the form of “Need Me”. We dig the cool juxtaposition in the track between it’s more melancholic vocal bits vs it’s otherwise dance-pop instrumentation. About “Need Me”, Wingtip said similarly, “The sound of a guitar in reverse for some reason always sounds kind of mournful and nostalgic to me, so putting it over this otherwise upbeat instrumental gave it this kind of bittersweet quality that just connected.” Get into “Need Me” below.

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