Unwomen – Circling

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Unwoman is a San Francisco-based cellist singer songwriter. Layered with skillful cello, rich vocals, and electronically arranged beats, her solo music is a futuristic homage to her classical training.

Unwoman’s solo performances have been featured at major steampunk, goth, and sci-fi-related events all over the United States.

Steampunk electronic acoustics cello.

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Zak Whitefield – Housefly Records

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Zak is described as ‘upbeat pop vibes of John Mayer blended with a Latin twist’. He has played at festivals such as Culture Tech, NxNw in Derry, Ramsbottom Festival and Feile an Phobail Unplugged which took place outside city hall in Belfast to an international audience.

Zak has been enjoying radio play nationally on his current single ‘Companion’ – BBC Radio One, BBC 6 Music, Today FM, BBC Radio Ulster, Cool FM and many others.

Singer songwriter folk.

Download Zak Whitefield – Companion [Creative Commons license]
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Thanks to Housefly Records for the tip.

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Free The Beats Vol. 12

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Free the beats is a project aimed at releasing bedroom beats that would not otherwise see the light of day, as a free compilation once every three months. A quarterly release of bedroom beats ranging from future beats, wonky, dustep, experimental glitchy electronica to downtempo instrumental hip hop.

Layed back trip-hop.

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Download full album at Bandcamp.

Thanks to Freequency for the tip.

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RUE – Refuge

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“Refuge” is the first single by new Chez Rimet artist, RUE. In the past few months RUE has been putting the finishing touches on debut EP, “A Record, Record” which should be released in the next couple weeks. The music is generally upbeat electro-pop and influences (whether noticeable or not) include Chvrches, Branchez, and Sky Ferreira.

Finest vocal electro pop.

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Download at Soundcloud.

Thanks to Michaela for the tip.

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