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B?NY | #006 | summer vibes anyone?

It’s well-known that unlike this time last year, we’re not exactly at the beginning of a non-stop gigs season. That’s a bittersweet statement, so we asked ourselves, what’s the closer we can get to it? Which records are pure energy, sung and crafted hand on heart?

For those who’ve been missing live music a little too much, here you have six undeniably priceless recordings. A record will hardly ousthine any concert, but these are pretty close. In #006 the verses are sincere whispers, the guitars are crystalline and beats are obscure and sparkling.

May you come across many hits soon (and please don’t forget to share them with us). ¡Hasta la vista!

Myōboku (Spain)

Rareness is a jewel and it's as far as we can tell for Myōboku. The artists Óscar Garrobé and Marina Herlop join forces to introduce us their everchanging-rythm dimension. The result of their experimentation is a delicate EP where freshness and power are guaranteed. Allow yourself to enjoy this Catalan local jewel.

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Andy Garvey (Australia)

A confident blend of techno and spacey electro, the doer Andy Garvey is more than ready to make a great leap overseas. Well-known in the Sydney scene as a producer, radio host and DJ, she really knows how to bring something fresh and exciting to each of her performances.

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Joesef (Scotland)

Getting to know your emotions deep down while creating honest and soul-warming music at the same time must be hard as hell. Joesef creates it naturally from his own experience with love and a touch of jazz and soul influences mixed with lo-fi pop sounds. Some say he resembles Amy Winehouse or Rex Orange County. Let him teleport you to delightful summer vibes.

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H.MOON (Sweden)

H.MOON is the alias of Philip Ekström's, known as one of the members of the 00s Swedish dream pop band The Mary Onettes as well as a notorious soundtrack composer. When you listen to his just released debut album, melodic background turns into a more personal, central character. Music flows and blends electronic, synth percussion and echoes.

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Batuk (South Africa)

Batuk is a fusion music collective born in 2015 to explore their Mozambican and South African roots. Since then they’ve been touring non-stop all over Africa and Europe, proving drum culture can be used as a universal language and to stand up to question identities and inequalities. Their project became more intricate and technical, incorporating also electronic inputs. The result? A flowing beat-and-vocals feast.

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Margaux (USA)

She's not just another songwriter. The delicacy that characterises Margaux's way to elaborate on tales about first loves, along with the well-produced and captivatingly-built-up songs make it possible to anticipate a promising artistic career for her. In fact, this 21-year-old from Seattle just needed one EP –released at the end of last year– to grab the attention of relevant media such as Pitchfork. Just listen to her debut carefully, you will understand why.

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