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[B3SCI Records] SKOTT – Lack of Emotion

Out today on B3SCI Records is “Lack of Emotion” the new single from Swedish singer SKOTT. The disco-tinged “Lack of Emotion” is the follow-up to “Amelia” (also on B3). About the track, SKOTT had to say, ““Some people seem to have this off switch, where they can shut off their emotions when things become difficult. The song is about this shell people create – I’ve got this fascination and fear of it because I feel like I’m the complete opposite when it comes to emotions, I can’t deny how I feel. It’s a bit of a melancholic disco.” “Lack of Emotion” is available now digitally (in the US[& Chess Club Records in the UK]) at B3SCI Records.

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10-28-16

Kultur – Unravel (Feat. Jessel Alejo)

Kultur is one of my all time favorite artists. This time, he’s teamed up with Jessel Alejo, a talented vocalist, and crafted the track, “Unravel.” From start to finish, this track is pure beauty. Enjoy.

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SARO – Test

The sweeping bass pop of “Test” is the latest from L.A. artist SARO. Reminding production-wise of Mura Masa with a hint melodically of Top 40 pop, the Robin Hannibal-produced (Rhye, Quadron, Jessie Ware) track hits a rewarding balance between cache and accessibility. Get introduced to SARO below with “Test”.

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HINDS – Holograma

HINDS announce the deluxe version of their Leave Me Alone release with a new cover of “Holograma” by Madrid-based pals Los Nastys. The Spanish language track is one of a series of b-sides, covers, and outtakes that will components of the Leave Me Alone deluxe edition. Give “Holograma” a spin below.

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10-28-16

Figgy – Take It Back (Feat. Angelica Bess)

Artist/producer Figgy teams with Body Language singer Angelica Bess on kinetic new 80’s boogie-powered “Take It Back”. Featuring Figgy’s melodic 80’s R&B-influenced production and a cool float-on-top the groove vocal from BL’s Angelica Bess, “Take It Back” marks a new pop songwriting turn for the producer (and we’re into it). “Take It Back” is available for your streaming pleasure below.

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10-26-16

Henry Green – Closer

“Closer” is the lead track from UK artist Henry Green’s forthcoming “Real” EP for Akira Records. The plaintive acoustic guitar-driven “Closer” earns it’s dough on a stunning set of moving melodies and it’s unexpected turns of subtle electronic production. The resulting effect is pretty extraordinary and transportive. Listen to “Closer” below.

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Houston Kendrick – Hey Now (Feat. Zach Taylor)

If you like Frank Ocean, you gotta check out one of the most underrated R&B artist’s in the game, houston kendrick. On his latest track, ‘Hey Now’ (ft. Zach Taylor), what feels like references to early 90’s R&B is reworked into a modern electronic banger. Silk smooth beats and vocals give this track a chilled out vibe perfect for the weekend. Enjoy.

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STéLOUSE – Let Go (Feat. Andrew Paley)

The Denver-based production maven STéLOUSE first new track in many months on Andrew Paley-featuring “Let Go”. “Let Go” sounds in its production unlike just about anything out right now (check that complex bit of instrumental meshing between 0:50-1:10) and the big-sounding track has a fitting vocal complement in singer Paley’s soaring melodic choices. Stream “Let Go” below.

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Tanis – Blackout (Memoryy Remix)

This remix of Tanis’ “Blackout” by Albuquerque’s rising synth pop act, Memoryy recently caught my ear. The tune take’s the original’s elegant vocals and accentuates them with melodic synths and feel-good energy to create an uplifting atmosphere. If you dig the sound, definitely check out Memoryy’s other work as the artist seems to be cultivating a strong style.

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