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[B3SCI Records] Zella Day – Man On The Moon / Hunnie Pie

Out today on B3SCI is “Man On The Moon / Hunnie Pie” the new 7″ single from Zella Day. The direct follow-up to Zella’s Kicker LP, the new limited 7″ comes printed on white sparkle vinyl with a full color jacket and dust sleeve. For further details on the “Man On The Moon” single, check out B3SCI Records.

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11-18-16

William Bolton – Change

William Bolton’s latest track “Change,” produced by himself, has an astounding message that’s definitely appropriate for America’s mixed responses to the election results. Bolton describes how he’s found a bright light within himself and how he’s reached a place of contentment and happiness within his own life. This song is a great reminder that change is possible and that it’s up to each of us to create positive energy within ourselves first before larger positive change can be made.

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11-11-16

STéLOUSE – Been So Long (Feat. Nick Leng)

Denver producer STéLOUSE links up with B3SCI Records alum Nick Leng and his out-of-this-world vocal prowess for great new rhythm-driven track “Been So Long” for Casablanca Records.

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11-11-16

PLAZA – Youth

Hartlepool UK’s PLAZA stream third single online “Youth”. Constructed over a rudder of UK shoegaze’s more illustrious moments (the timbre of Slowdive particularly comes to mind here), “Youth” ably applies the gaze idiom into a modern gruffer frame that we’re digging.

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11-10-16

Trudy and the Romance – Sandman

The Liverpool maniacs Trudy and the Romance latest exercise in melodic chaos is the cool as hell new track “Sandman”.

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11-10-16

Geowulf – Don’t Talk About You

The UK “Saltwater” hitmakers, Geowulf, follow-up their breakthrough with track of equivalent blissed-out brilliance. The beachy, dreamy number “Don’t Talk About You” sonically picks right up where “Saltwater” last left us, excelling through a tuneful surrealistic vibe long on great pop songwriting skill. Stream “Don’t Talk About You” below

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11-10-16

Goldlink – See I Miss Pt. 2 (Feat. Marsha Ambrosius)

DMV man Goldlink marks one year gone since the release of his And After That We Didn’t Talk? project with a re-worked version of jazzy track “See I Miss Pt. 2” with a new vocal from Marsha Ambrosius (Anderson Paak’s feature is still there too).

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11-08-16