The mighty Body Language have a new EP at the ready “Infinite Sunshine” and a new single in the form of the fresh house-leaning sounds of “Feel It”.
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BANKS producer/collaborator Lil’ Silva is joined by the L.A. songstress on new single “Don’t You Love”. From Silva’s upcoming “Mabel” EP, “Don’t You Love” is a fantastic marriage of Lil’ Silva’s dark, percussion heavy sound and BANKS’s high style and melodicism. “Mabel”‘s street date is Aug. 4 (UK) and Aug. 5 (US).
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Leeds UK newcomer Coracle strikes a soulful and excellent bit of summery dance-influenced pop on the anthemic “Everything to Live For” featuring Rachel Cook.
One of the best singers on the planet Mara TK and his Gaye-esque vocals return on Electric Wire Hustle’s brand new “Look In The Sky”. The New Zealand once trio now duo’s 2010 s/t debut LP is all-time B3SCI favorite. The bimodal “Look In The Sky” is previewed here from EWH’s now announced follow-up to Electric Wire Hustle, Love Can Prevail. “Look In The Sky” is constructed on a frame of visceral but restrained beats and synth voicings which forms the edifice for Mara TK’s wonderfully emotive croon.
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We’re into “Every Moment”, the latest track from L.A. modern pop band Dead Times. While relevant to sounds currently in favor in the indieverse (alt R&B, cinematic pop), “Every Moment” stands on its 10 out of 10 pop construction and infinite soulfulness.
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