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Video Premiere: The Pearl Harts’ “Black Blood”

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The bond between The Pearl Harts already existed before they were a band. Meeting on the road whilst in other acts, they ran away and now, simply the group describes themselves as “outlaws”. In 2013, the duo put on their first show and released a confrontational track about making a deal with the devil. Luckily for them, it caught the attention of blogs on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean and it was played on John Kennedy’s XFM and Amazing Radio.

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An insightful interview with Boyfriend, female rapper from N’awlins

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Boyfriend, ironically a young edgy female rapper based in (New Orleans) Louisiana, talks to our Intern turned Staff Writer about breathe control, being called ‘sex-positive’, open relationships and ‘period rap’.

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Stream Joywave’s New Interactive EP, “How Do You Feel?”

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Rather than sharing a simple stream, Joywave sources from Tumblr to create a unique, interactive streaming experience that draws from listener engagement.

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Stream: Kelis’ “Rumble” (Breach Remix)

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Kelis’ new single ‘Rumble’ got the remix treatment by English DJ / Producer Breach. Be sure to check her out at SXSW and stop by her food truck to pick up some free food made by Kelis. It’s going to be serving all around SXSW. You can find locations by following her at @iamkelis.

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Junglepussy Announces Debut Album With Revolt TV: Satisfaction Guaranteed

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Brooklyn-born rapper and digital phenom Junglepussy (Shayna McHayle) just announced her self-released debut full-length album Satisfaction Guaranteed with Revolt TV, along with a free download of her lead title track.

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Song of the Day: DNA by Fly Moon Royalty

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It’s like a futuristic J Dilla instrumental with an overlay of vocals by kin of Kraftwerk or Daft Punk. With “DNA”, Fly Moon Royalty handsomely mixes the chromosomes of urban contemporary instrumentalism and electronic roots, all stemming from the soul and soil of Detroit City.

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