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B?NY | #004 | a band you can't find information about + other amazing emerging artists

Weeks and weeks pass by but there's still time for fresh music, new discoveries that can contribute to make our days brighter. This issue comes with quite some danceable guitar riffs, a lot of engaging percussion and a couple of eagerly awaited debuts!

Reis da república (Portugal)

This six-member pop band mixes styles such as jazz, rock, blues or even folk. Its debut album "Fabulas", from 2018 is actually a full 24-minutes piece that will teleport you to a real fable, where anything is possible.

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Sorry (UK)

It's hard to describe Sorry's music style, they are melancolic, energic and defiant. Some of their influences? '90s rock, grunge, trip-hop and even jazz. Built though live gigs and learning from fellow record artists like Sandy (Alex G), their strength comes out of calm confessions, multiple layers of sounds and sharp sensitive voices. We are sure that their debut album 925 won't leave you indifferent.

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L'éclair (Switzerland)

Here it is a polifacetic band with danceable basslines, a strength they squeeze in their bright third album, the lo-fi "Sauropoda”. L’éclair is about evolving and going on a musical mountainish roadtrip with cosmic vibes. They demand you not to be in a rush when you listen to them; but take the effort, it’ll be worth it. They’re all-terrain, from CAN to Midlife fans.

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Girl Ray (UK)

You shouldn't miss the fresh, vibrant and empowered trio from North London. They are not a common indie band, performing from pop to R&B music and keeping a unique 80s style. With Girl Ray you can dance, cry, laugh, and experience all sort of emotions by listening to their latest album Girl.

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b1n0 (Spain)

The electronic duo based in Barcelona make a cocktail with old synthesizers, cutting-edge R&B and long-lasting urban music. A project with unlimited possibilities to reinvent itself through plenty of vocal collaborations. Fans of Mount Kimbie or James Blake, this is for you!

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Peached (Unknown)

We barely know anything about Peached. They released their eponymous debut EP on April 10th and it's nearly impossible to find information about them online. No social media accounts available, no media talking about them, no nothing. However, if you listen to them, it might feel as if you had been dancing to their fresh summery tunes for years. It will be difficult to get them out of your head.

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