Nilüfer Yanya – Small Crimes

“Small Crimes” is London-based newcomer Nilüfer Yanya debut for the Blue Flowers label. Vocally potent and instrumentally interesting (the use of jazz-influenced chords, and the beautiful picked guitar melodies are particularly cool), it’s “Small Crimes” pacing and accomplished hold on emotive dynamics that really stands out. “Small Crimes” is out now.

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Jay Som – Peach Boy

NorCal songwriter Jay Som announces signing to Polyvinyl with fresh stream “Peach Boy”. A part of Polyvinyl-helmed re-release of Jay Som’s 2015 Bandcamp outing Turn Into, “Peach Boy” conveys more of JS’s cool psychedlic groove buoyed by strong melodies sound that we love at B3.

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Agnes Obel – Familiar

German artist Agnes Obel renews her impressive streak of strong tracks on the sublime, sweeping, acoustic pop of “Familiar”.

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[B3SCI Records] Nick Leng – Drivers EP


Out today on our B3SCI Records is “Drivers”, the new EP from CA-based songwriter Nick Leng. Stereogum praises Leng for his “artful pop structures” and knack for ” “evocative storytelling” and Indie Shuffle loved title track “Drivers” calling out its “catchy chorus” and “playful melodies”. The “Drivers” EP is available now on limited black vinyl here at B3SCI Records.

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Tom Speight – Falling


UK songwriter Tom Speight exudes promise and potential on crossover-ready acoustic pop track “Falling” featuring Scottish singer Rachel Sermanni.

Tom Speight (Soundcloud)

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LAUREL – San Francisco


“San Francisco”, the gritty, intimate, potent new track from LAUREL, is our favorite song of the week.

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