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Same Girls debut new single “Wait”

Post-punk pop rock cuatro Same Girls just came out with their new single, “Wait” and it’s a perfect blend of their varied interested and influences. You can hear The Clash and The Strokes and some 80’s energy almost reminiscent of the B-52’s. Lead vocalist Taifa Nia’s is energetic and fun. Nia says the new single, "describe the loneliness and the heartbreak endemic in our esthetically obsessed clout culture." Listen here! - Lucille Faulkner

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Johari Noelle “Too Much"

Johari Noelle has released a second single/video, “Too Much”, from her forthcoming album, Things You Can’t Say Out Loud.

Combining this single with the album’s first single, “Show Me”, is building to what is shaping up to be an amazing soul/R&B that promises to heat this up this summer.

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VanJess “Honeywheat” Remix

Last week R&B Duo VanJess dropped a new remix of their 2018 track “Honeywheat" from their debut LP, Silk Canvas. The remix prominently features one of the hottest emcee in the City right now, Saba.





Tensei “Walk It Out”

Local production duo Tensei (aka Midas Wells and Chris Kramer) recently released a soulful new single called “Walk It Out” which features Georgia Anne Muldrow.

This single follows the duo’s recent album Constellate.

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Katie Rush returns with new R&B-glazed album Stage Life

Katie Rush is everything that is great about synth-pop music: the group confidently delivers a sonic meteor shower that dazzles with its dreamy synth melodies and sonorous bass lines. The harmonious flow of the band’s latest album Stage Life comes from R&B-lacquered vocals and essential drum beats. The group’s ten-track album is a sweet ride from start to finish that is powered by the tender yet sophisticated singing style of lead vocalist Katie Wagner. Think of Katie Rush as a soulful alternative to synth-pop group of the moment Chvrches. The record is dedicated to the memory of band member Sam Mehran who helped write, produce, mix, and master the album. We have the title track here for you. - Rene Cobar

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