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B?NY | #015 | an overflowing gracefulness

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The fifteenth selection ranges from the most energic and rascal attitude to some rather serene moments; from nodding your head to fast-paced tunes to practicing your new homemade soft dance moves, you’ll find it all throughout the six proposals below. What they all do have in common is an overflowing gracefulness. Enjoy!

Feeling something so deep that tears of joy or sadness fall down your face. When our senses recognise a beautiful input, being it a landscape, being it a sound, sometimes there’s nothing else left to do. Felicia Sekundiak wraps up these feelings in powerful, confusing nuances making it an identity, and creates lineal yet deep pop songs about romance, simplicity and deepness altogether.

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Having always aimed for results characterised by the beauty of the electronic sound, Rousseau is here to remind us words are not needed when you’re able to narrate complex feelings without them. Previously performing as half of Paradis, his releases strike as a sensorial feast for the more experimental electronic fans. Our highlight? 'Ivresse'.

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“...between innocent romantic and rave” – these are the words Godford uses in reference to their music style, and that is exactly what you get. A marvellous, half-pushy-half-delicate-but-always-classy atmosphere. “Non Binary Place” is the promising debut album of this mysterious producer (seemingly) based in Paris, which also reflects how they understand music: “a non-binary place where everyone can express their deepest feelings”. Do you fancy discovering how soft-hearted techno sounds like?

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It's the moment to play 'Put A Record On High' and flood your ears with NOISY's high-speed verses turning into a youth heist. Party-goers, risk-takers and banger-lovers, this is a band we commend for his endless energy. Are you ready for this hectic and lawless combination of indie, dance and hip-hop tunes?

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Gómez and Mahok let their troubled and smoggy emotions flow in their project Douleurdolor, which is not as dark as it may seem. Innovating via electronic bases that range from intimate beats to more speedy songs - Caballos negros hooked us up from the first time we heard it - they've come up with several releases this year including the homonym EP. If in these strange times you're still up for a dose of "i want it all" attitude, be glad to have found some sad trap full of ecstatic moments.

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Coming all the way from Sydney we have the synth-pop trio Sinclaire. We discovered them thanks to a pretty original sponsored story on Instagram, which already proves their creative capabilities. Having emerged within the metal and punk scene with a previous musical project, their sound now has evolved to a pop-inspired but not narrowly classified style. Be ready to be surprised.

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