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Yellow Days – Hurt in Love

The big-voiced kingpin of darkest drama pop Yellow Days floors us yet again with latest “Hurt in Love” which is one of the best songs of the year.

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08-11-17

Emmit Fenn – Everybody Else

Fast rising Emmit Fenn streams sleek new “Everybody Else” from “Prologue” EP. P.s. look out for that rad sax solo in the song’s closing bit.

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08-11-17

A House in the Trees – Tuesday Afternoon

South London crew A House in the Trees stream the A+ dark pop “Tuesday Afternoon” from forthcoming “What Am I Supposed To Do?” EP for Handsome Dad Records.

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08-11-17

Portugal. The Man – Feel It Still (ojivolta Remix)

Ojivolta returns with a new flip of Portugal. The Man. They’ve been one of my favorite bands for a long time now so I was insanely excited to hear what they came up with. The song is creative and pushes the envelope of bass music. Head over to SoundCloud to hear more.

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08-09-17

Wyldest – -45

North London band Wyldest announce “Hitchhiker” EP (out September 29th on Hand in Hive) with stream of excellent and dreamy single “-45”.

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08-09-17

Thyla – Pristine Dream

The latest upstart crew from the fertile wilds of Brighton UK we’re digging are Thyla and their song “Pristine Dream”. “Pristine Dream” earns it’s dough on a big cacophonous chorus highlighted by singer Millie Duthie’s outsized lead vocal. “Pristine Dream” is out now on REX Records.

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08-09-17

Premiere: Dresage – Center

We’re very pleased to premiere “Center” the new track from Dresage. A stylistically varied blend of genres and sound palettes, “Center” nimbly mixes elements of synth pop and more cooled-out songwriter music with good and unexpected choices in instrumentation (it’s almost like two great songs from far apart genres made into one whole that sounds totally fresh and new). This is what really caught our attention with “Center” and with Dresage, the track sounds like nothing else out while ultimately still being very very listenable. Stream the B3SCI Premiere of “Center” from Dresage below.

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08-09-17

Premiere: Atticus Thatcher – Make a Move

What a song. Newcomer Atticus Thatcher comes to us originally from South Carolina. “Make a Move” is propelled by a subtle but no less potent funky groove and Thatcher’s cool quick fire percussive vocal cadence. From the track’s outset, “I’ve got this whiskey in my hand…” the melodic phrasing is focused and sharp, and for the listener (and likely most within earshot) it’s all toe taps and head bobs from the start. We’ve been jamming “Make a Move” in heavy rotation for a few days now so we’re especially pleased to share this one. Stream the B3SCI Premiere of “Make a Move” by Atticus Thatcher below.

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08-07-17

Crystal Bats – Killing Me (Feat. Whinnie Williams)

UK production duo Crystal Bats make their B3SCI debut on the strength of the A+ pop songwriting of “Killing Me” an R&B-tinged track instrumentally evocative of it’s LA-centric lyric.

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08-04-17

Palm Honey – Hot Simian Weather

“Hot Simian Weather” is the new ?Can and 60’s-inspired new track from the excellent Palm Honey.

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08-04-17

Gotts Street Park – Control (Feat. Grand Pax)

Leeds UK production crew Gotts Street Park team with vocalist Grand Pax for spotlessly constructed after hours creeper “Control”.

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08-04-17