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Tamu Massif – Milksop

UK producer Tamu Massif (ay, the name of an extinct volcano in the N Pacific Ocean) previews debut Little Death Summer LP with heart-wringer downtempo track “Milksop”.

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03-15-19

Weval – The Weight

“The Weight” is the title track from Dutch twosome Weval’s sophomore LP for Kompakt. “The Weight” picks up an icy layered main groove set to space-y sonics and a far-off lead vocal.

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03-15-19

Swsh – Come With Me

We’re into the cooled-out R&B of SoCal singer Swsh’s latest “Come With Me”. Those chord voicings in the break!

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03-15-19

[SXSW] B3SCI Presents: Nick Leng // Trudy and the Romance // Thyla // Nancy // Laura Jean Anderson // Drinker // at Javelina, Austin TX on 3/15

B3SCI is very pleased to announce our Official Showcase at SXSW 2019! The showcase which is happening on SXSW Friday (March 15) at Javelina’s at 69 Rainey St. features a lineup of B3SCI Records artists past and present including Liverpudlian mutant pop men Trudy and the Romance, the most mysterious UK indie of NANCY, the glace modern pop of Laura Jean Anderson, and the sprawling cinematic sound of Drinker + the rhythmic wistful pop of Nick Leng and Brighton guitar dynamos THYLA. First set goes off at 8:00 PM. Be there!

Drinker (8:00pm)
Laura Jean Anderson (9:00pm)
Nick Leng (10:00pm)
Trudy and the Romance (11:00pm)
Thyla (12:00am)
Nancy (1:00am)

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03-01-19

Marvin Gaye – My Last Chance (SalaAM Remi Remix)

! Motown will release Marvin’s shelved 1972 LP You’re the Man on March 29th! Here the great Salaam Remi has been tapped to mix “My Last Chance” from those 1972 post-What’s Going On sessions and the track is great! Listen!

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02-20-19

Saeyers – Cruise

We’re into “Cruise” new from Indiana dream pop artist Saeyers. “Cruise” features some cool arrangement twists including that guitar-led break bit that opens the track.

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02-20-19

Remi Wolf – Guy

“Guy” is the excellent ebullient debut from SoCal pop singer Remi Wolf.

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02-20-19

Interview: Disq

Disq have created a stir in Madison and on the blogs, especially with their “Communication” single. They played their LA debut at the Bootleg on January 23 and we chatted afterward. The Saddle Creek band will be at SXSW this March.

For more details on Bruce’s show “Go Deep with Bruce Rave”, check here.

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02-07-19

Branko & Sango – Hear From You (Feat. Cosima)

Lisbon-based producer Branko is joined by Sango and UK vocalist Cosima on “Hear From You”. A kinetic mix of Brazilian-influenced rhythms set to an R&B-y instrumental backdrop, “Hear From You” is excellent. Check that cuica-sounding break first heard at 1:13.

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02-07-19

Isabelle Brown – What U Waiting 4

Brighton’s latest talent export Isabelle Brown streams new jam “What U Waiting 4”. The songs itself rides a mid-tempo bed of soulful Rhodes, scattered bits of sax and winds and cool jazz mixed drums. “What U Waiting 4” is part of a four track EP forthcoming from True Panther.

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02-07-19

Stella Talpo – Easy

Yes! “Easy” the latest from Stella Talpo is our favorite track from the UK artist to date. The way, on the track, that walking bass line eases into the rising main harmony line and into the “I don’t mind…” melodic bit. GREAT. “Easy” is A+.

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02-07-19

Biig Piig – Nothing Changes

New from Biig Piig is “Nothing Changes”. The track takes School of Badu sonorousness to a DJ Premier rhythmic aesthetic which is a sound that rules obviously. So we’re into it. Listen below.

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02-07-19