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ALBRT – With You

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ALBRT is the project of Italian songwriter and producer Alberto Pagnin, born from his urgent desire to express himself by combining electronic pop music with minimal ambient and piano compositions.

His brand-new single, titled ‘With You‘, is a nocturnal electro banger full of dreamy vocals, smooth synths and massive dose of Jamie XX vibes.

Speaking about it, he explains: “I painted a melancholic harmony with the bass; but I wanted something more, something magical and nostalgic. I wanted to create an ethereal modern piece, something that makes you feel like you’re floating on a cloud. So I added harp arpeggio, dreamy vibes, reverb-soaked textures and my beloved piano on top of that. The result is ‘With You’, possibly the most romantic songs I’ve ever written

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PALMEDO – Secret Lover

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Palmedo

PALMEDO is the exciting new soulful, but electro-pop duo, Tim Plakon and Delia Albert.

PALMEDO formed in 2013 after deciding to work together on a side project during their sophomore year at the University of Florida. The writing chemistry soon took hold, and the project developed into a full-blown musical endeavor.

The duo has been working on their new EP, ‘Thread’, since November of 2013. The first single, ‘It’s You’, caught the attention of electronic music lovers and claims a successful remix by Dromes, a future garage DJ from Orlando.

PALMEDO’s second single taken from the EP is ‘Secret Lover’; a shimmering upbeat track with a dark-disco feel.

The EP was produced in collaboration with Tim’s brother, David Plakon (Tycho, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros), at North Avenue Studios and will be released in early July.

Sounds like: Monogem, Chvrches, Tycho, Haim, Broods

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Until The Ribbon Breaks – Goldfish

Until The Ribbon Breaks

Until The Ribbon Breaks

Until The Ribbon Breaks is Cardiff born and bred, Pete Lawrie Winfield.

‘Goldfish’ is a track that starts off optimistic with a rocky edge until the lugubriousness kicks in, reminiscent of Massive Attack’s ‘Unfinished Sympathy’. But ‘Goldfish’ suddenly twists and turns again into another direction. It is really hard to nail the direction of this track down, and that is a pretty special talent to have in itself these days. As UTRB puts it, we just can’t connect the sound.

UTRB is a student of film. Combining his desire of film with his deeply emotional beats, we can only imagine how atmospheric his shows are if this video is anything to go by.

His debut EP ‘The Other Ones’ is out now via Casablanca Music.

Sounds like: James Blake, Ben Khan, Sam Smith, Lorde, Le Youth, Massive Attack, Nordic Giants, Harts, Alex Clare, Clean Bandit

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Paris Carney – It’s Always the Quiet Ones

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The hot new girl in LA town seems to be Paris Carney who has popped up on the indietronica radar with new single, ‘It’s Always The Quiet Ones’, a summery, dreamy track with soft, layered vocals, and a complex and interesting array of electronic instruments progressing throughout the track.

The track was written and recorded in her Los Angeles apartment and mixed by Jesse String. It’s a stylish and elegant track, showing off Paris’ production skills in what must have been an impressive home studio. She comments that “I wrote this song in my kitchen as I was making dinner, it literally was written in it’s entirety in about a 30 minute period. I was reflecting my experience in the music industry and how people try to change everything about you. I really hope this inspires people to remain true to who they are … You’re better that way!”

The photo shows Paris flashing her diamond and wedding rings, clearly proud to be married whilst still as independent and stylish as ever.

Currently being distributed as a free download, listen to (and download) ‘It’s Always the Quiet Ones’ below.

Sounds like; Indiana, Banks, Say Lou Lou, Mausi
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