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Premiere: Lunar – Glad You Stayed

“Glad You Stayed” is the debut track from London-based artist Lunar. The piano-driven midtempo number does well to show off Lunar’s potent alto and melodic choices all the while set about a circadian-type groove that will draw you into the track immediately. Stream the B3 Premiere of “Glad You Stayed” from Lunar below.

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06-19-17

KAMI – Foundation

KAMI, a SaveMoney affiliate out of Chicago, is an artist whose sound is reminiscent of 80’s atmospheres. On the song listed above, “Foundation”, KAMI’s passionate flow comes alive in the lyrically driven track. KAMI’s debut album, Just Like the Movies, has a unique synthesizer driven sound that creates a hypnotic vibe. Also pay attention to the SaveMoney anthem, “Just Like the Movies”, featuring the entire SaveMoney group.

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06-16-17

Yellow Days – So Terrified of Your Own Mind

Reverb-heavy weirdo pop is one of our most favorite genres out (we hope it’s one of yours too), a new entrant to the genre is Yellow Days and the stream for “So Terrified of Your Own Mind” from the Surrey UK artist’s s/t debut EP. Get into it.

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06-16-17

Noire – Real Cool

Sydney AU duo Noire debut on B3SCI with the cooled out and spacious dream pop of “Real Cool”.

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06-16-17

Droeloe – Jump (Feat. Nevve)

Future bass DJ DROELOE’s latest track “JUMP” (ft. Nevve) has something special about it that I just can’t exactly pin-point, but in a good way. Basically, it’s the essence of the song, the all encompassing vibe of it that really reels you in. The mature melding of layers of innovative sounds that build atop each other without becoming overpowering to the others is a craft that DROELOE has honed in and mastered. Check it out.

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06-16-17

Johnny Yukon – Eyes Closed (Feat. G-Eazy)

Johnny Yukon is a Philadelphia native singer-songwriter who links up with G-Eazy for “Eyes Closed”. “Eyes Closed” is a hard-hitting melodic rap beat with Johnny on the smooth hook and G’s slapping flow. Johnny’s urban-pop style is confessional lyrics over hard-hitting beats that compliment each other. Take a peep at Johnny’s Soundcloud page here.

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06-16-17

SG Lewis – Times We Had (Feat. Toulouse)

The London-based all-star of new wave R&B SG Lewis connects on neatly produced latest “Times We Had” for PMR.

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06-14-17

Hanna – Worship

Stream below deep house number “Worship”, previewed from Cleveland (s/o our hometown) artist Hanna’s “Bounce” EP for new label Waella’s Choice.

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06-14-17

Joyner Lucas – Mask Off (Remix)

Joyner Lucas is an up-and-coming artist out of Massachusetts whose smooth and lyrical flow murders this remix of Futures “Mask Off”. Joyner’s remix “Mask On” goes against the message of the original track in a direction that preaches healthy drug habits. It seems like Joyner’s concept for the remix was to contradict the original track. Joyner’s flow is very clear and articulate, and also condemns drugs like Molly and Percocets.

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06-14-17

Nilufer Yanya – Sliding Doors

Out today from maybe our favorite new artist of the year thusfar, Nilufer Yanya, is the EP “Plant Feed”. Latest stream, the reverb-driven and soulful “Sliding Doors”, can be found as the third track on the EP out now on the also great Blue Flowers Music.

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06-09-17

Masego – Navajo

Virginia artist Masego rings up a jazzy instrumental and a tranche of gloomy soul samples to set up a sparkling set off A+ melodic stylings (that “I swear that’s eye on me” run is especially nice) on new one “Navajo”. Into it.

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06-09-17

Interview: Ten Fe

Ten Fe were one of the top live bands at The Great Escape 2017 and are on the verge of their first US shows including Bonnaroo, NY, LA, SF, and Philadelphia. Hear them talk about their music, their UK busking to raise funds, their thoughts on the US, and more.

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06-09-17