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Premiere: School of X – Words

B3SCI is very pleased to premiere a new radio edit of “Words” from Rasmus Littauer aka drummer for MØ aka School of X. “Words”, the track is a tremendously accomplished bit of pop production and songwriting, carefully connecting several eras and styles of pop and alternative pop into a cool cohesive, very listenable track. About “Words”, Rasmus says, “My songs are usually about a state of mind. It’s rarely a narrative. “Words” is kind of a combination of these to. It’s about fiercely wanting something but at the same time not being able to let go of what you already have. It’s a feeling I think everyone recognizes in all aspects of life, including myself.” Stream below the B3 Premiere of the radio edit for “Words” and look for School of X’s at this month’s Roskilde Festival.

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06-02-17

Noah Slee – Told

Kiwi artist and producer in Berlin Noah Slee debuts on B3SCI with the most excellent forward-thinking R&B/dance of “Told”. “Told” is excerpted from Noah Slee’s upcoming debut LP Otherland.

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06-01-17

Ant Beale & Charlie Heat – Dirty Taurus

“Dirty Taurus” is the lead song on Charlie Heat and Ant Beale’s EP “No Rain No Flowers”. Charlie Heat is a GOOD Music producer who teamed up with Ant to create this EP. Ant Beale is an artist from New Jersey who is mainly underground. He has a ton of more music on his Soundcloud (here). The song is a mellowed rap ballad great for a day at the beach.

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06-01-17

Colour of Spring – Love

Leeds UK neo-shoegaze merchants Colour of Spring impress on dreamy transportive new stream “Love” from forthcoming s/t EP on House of Love Records

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06-01-17

Chaz French – Way Out

Chaz French is an up-and-coming Soundcloud artist out of Washington, DC. Chaz’s latest single “Way Out” shows his potential as an artist and personality. Chaz grew up in a dangerous part of Maryland battling through hardships such as homelessness and a near death car accident. Chaz’s latest project These Things Take Time is available on all streaming services and worth the listen!

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06-01-17