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ROBOTS&BALLOONS releases third single from debut EP "I'll Be Fine"

Grammy-nominated producer Eric Denniston, releasing music as ROBOTS&BALLOONS, put out his third single "I'll Be Fine" this past week; it is the third single from his upcoming debut EP Stranded. With grungy tones and a persistent bassline, "I'll Be Fine" explores themes of loneliness and isolation stemming from the ending of a romance. The song pushes, but it knows when to pull its punches, simulating the feelings of someone messing with your head. The emotion comes through in "I'll Be Fine", and it further sets the stage for what's to come on Stranded when it drops later this year. Take a listen to "I'll Be Fine" below. - Will Sisskind

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Band name: 
The Love Hangover
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/LoveHangoverPresents/
Venue name: 
The Bowery Electric
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Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Wildly
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://facebook.com/doitwildly
Venue name: 
The Broadway
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18:35
Band name: 
Danielle Grubb
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
facebook.com/daniellegrubbmusic
Venue name: 
Bronx Museum of Art
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PREMIERE: Mïrändä delievers cinematic electronic pop on “Stay”

Following her recent signing to Infinite Companion, New York synthpop tour de force Mïrändä returns with a new series of anthemic electronic singles, her latest offering “Stay” a powerfully energetic meditation on desperation and hope, desire and love. The track (and accompanying video) cinematically present the drama inherent to Mïrändä’s craft — amidst rapid, driving percussion and baroque synthetic accents, she writhes in religious dress and extinguishes prayer candles, adding a level of well-curated melodrama to her ovation-worthy vocal performance. The visual’s final scene of the artist, gazing towards the camera, adorned with a ceremonial headdress, hauntingly conveys the mixed feelings that informed the single, her stare an indiscernible mix of long and self-assuredness, a picturesque, Kubrickian conclusion. Watch and listen in our premiere below. Photo by Jonah Lorsung

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