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B?NY | #008 | let's enjoy music together

After taking some extra time to curate the #008 issue, a brand new edition of B?NY is done and dusted. Our selection turned out to be about solo and side projects that, at the same time, embrace co-creation and collaboration: you can take a look at Cheesmore's Warmish EP made along with Grubby, or artists like Queralt Lahoz and Tagua Tagua, who are involved in multiple projects with other musicians.

As in life, music tends to be better when shared, so in the same way that the solo artists hereafter gather with other artists in order to make new tunes collaboratively, we got together with the desire to share our new artists discoveries with you all.

quinzequinze (France)

This artistic collective produces atmospheres that drag you into the creation myth in their first both videoart and EP Nevaneva. In this legend, percussion and beats turn into soundscapes that become nature forces themselves. During the quarantine they released four intimate musical pieces, check them out on YouTube!

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pecas (US)

Brooklyn-based artist Sandy Davis aka pecas blends flawlessly 80’s sounding synths and electronic loops with her smooth vocals that remind us of FKA Twigs. She has found the perfect match to evoke a dreamlike atmosphere that can fly you anywhere. Listen now to her newest single, "Hired Gun", a soundtrack to an "imperfect human trying to love and be loved by a robotic counterpart."

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Tagua Tagua (Brasil)

Soul music "com toques eletrônicos" straight from Brazil. Tagua Tagua is the solo project of Felipe Puperi, a musician and producer whose engaging and full-of-light composition becomes a sort of ritualising experience. Along with a powerful percussion section, he has been cheering up crowds all over the world.

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Cheesmore (Ireland)

Lo-fi produced thoughts full of intimacy with a consistent rythm and production. His last release, called Warmish, is a co-created EP full of youth and crushed-velvet confessions. A pleasant gift for those craving the cheesiest Brockhampton anthems and Yellow Days’ melodic soul.

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Queralt Lahoz (Spain)

Break the ground and the sky, up-front. Her music is, as she sings in Como Puñalá, “like a stab” that talks all about roots and family along with rough, commiting messages about loving, caring and confronting. Both her voice and fierce beats, that crawl from flamenco and soul to hip hop back to flamenco, are haunting.

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Tamzene (Scotland)

Born in Scotland with Jamaican roots, Tamzene manages to create captivating compositions that cannot be shoehorned into a single genre or style. The multi-instrumental skills that she has been acquiring since an early stage of her life definitely influence the variety and richness of her music, in which her gifted voice also plays a big role. Give it a listen!

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