BIG? NOT YET

B?NY | #001 | a mysterious band among other great emerging talents

Playing today at the office we introd… kidding! BIG? NOT YET stays at home!

Despite the obvious uneasy circumstances, there could not be a better time to share our latest discoveries with you.

Besides wishing you to stay safe at home, we hope you can take the quarantine to spend some quality time carefully listening to the following artists.

Let us hear back your opinions!

SAULT (Unknown)

No one seems to know who they are, but after releasing two amazing albums in 2019, we love SAULT's early 80s boogie sound that mixes neo-soul, groovy disco and funky.

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María Yfeu (Spain)

Her personal soundtrack is nourished by Brazilian popular music but her voice will definitely remind you of Amy Winehouse. Surprisingly, María Yfeu was born and raised in Sevilla and she is currently working on her debut album, and keeping her soul honest, intimate and simple, which is not so easy to do.

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Maud Geffray (France)

This is the entrance to a vast and intriguing world made of pure melodies and bits of classical sounds. Two years after her first album, French artist Polaar is back with her own melodic and electronic interpretations of Philip Glass' work.

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Los Bitchos (UK)

Two Uruguayans, an Aussie, a Brit and a Swedish. It’s not a joke but a London-based band aiming to make their Northern audience dance psychedelic instrumental cumbia. Play them as background music while you work, clean or exercise - they’ll definitely catch your attention and provide you some happy feelings.

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Marem Ladson (Spain)

Trespassing new English-Spanish folk-pop music horizons, Marem Ladson is a Galician-American songwriter that creates an intimate and powerful atmosphere. She combines her melodic music with an electronic background, a way to her deepest thoughts.

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Saint DX (France)

Synthetic pop with an 80's wave. Aurélien Hamm's project name is a reference to the Yamaha DX7 synthesizer. What else do you need to know?

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