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Kacy Hill – Experience

Kacy Hill - Experience

Kacy Hill – Experience

Tipped for great things is Kacy Hill.

Now situated in Los Angeles, Hill was originally from Phoenix. The model-come-singer stumbled upon writing music by accident and we are glad she did.

Her first track ‘Experience’ has been produced by Jaylien Wesley and is described as being about “otherworldly vocal and futuristic production which is matched by a compelling visual, inspired by the intricacies of being human and our ability to think into detail and absorb meaning behind subconscious and conscious action.”

This point of view is resonated in the futuristic Stephen Garnett-directed video for ‘Experience’, which is simple but magnetic, reminiscent of something from an alien movie.

Sounds like: Broods, ASTR, Prinze George, Cannons

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PWNDTIAC by Sascha Bente

PWNDTIAC by Sascha Bente

We absolutely crave the music produced by this German musketeer, PWNDTIAC. Describing himself on his facebook page as “The PWNDTIAC cruises around with heavy basslines, crispy drumsets and cheesy synths. Nothing new so far, yet there is something about it… and you won’t be able to find out until you hop on for a ride, bitch!”

And that is exactly what Indietronica has done…as have a few others including Aeroplane who has included ‘Hey Girl’ on his ‘Not-So-Monthly Mix July 2014‘.

The video follows Maike Mohr and Tessa Achtermann looking very cool dancing around a city. The track is nu-disco at it’s finest and we especially love the deep sax interlude mixed in with the early 80’s bassline.

The EP was released on 30 June via We Love This Rec and includes a just as infectious track called ‘Ready’ feat digitalfoxglove, as well as remixes by Justin Faust and Douze. You can buy the ‘Hey Girl EP’ here.

Sounds like: Ronika, Aeroplane, Prince, Harts, Blondie, Chromeo, Daft Punk, Justice, Ballet School, Bananarama

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