New Year Ninety 2017 – 90 to 81

I wish you all the best for 2017.

The annual Readers Choice for the New Year Ninety Band Chart countdown starts now…

Betty Pulls A Fast One - New Year Ninety 2017

Betty Pulls A Fast One

90. Joe Probert (England)

Shake This Fate is available on Amazon.*

89. The Lower Echelon (USA)

Come To The Loud is available on bandcamp.

88. The Amazing Devil (England)

Love Run is available on bandcamp.

87. Blind Beggar (Wales)

86. Betty Pulls A Fast One (England)

85. The Echo Session (Scotland)

Tell Me is available on bandcamp.

84. Sloes (England)

Chasing Tails is available on Amazon.*

83. Amy’s Arms (Canada)

My Dear Violet is available on bandcamp

82. Hitherside (based in Belgium)

81. Javier Martinez (USA)

Honesty is available on bandcamp.

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BPFO (Betty Pulls A Fast One) – Today I Am Prince – Audio

The English EDM duo BPFO (Betty Pulls A Fast One) are planning to release the LP Dressed In Birds in 2017.

BPFO (Betty Pulls A Fast One)

BPFO (Betty Pulls A Fast One)

Still working out the full line-up for live performances BPFO have kept material in the cupboard over the years.

From the forthcoming nine track LP – the second –  Today I Am Prince, which was written a while back, is the first track to surface and was made available within the past twenty-four hours.

With combinations of electronics, keys and vocal BPFO is able to deliver a composition that captures the attention as the clean glossiness is underpinned by subtlety of texture and shading allowing the listener to focus on the outer-shell or equally concentrate on the various layers where they will find considerable thought has been given to presentation.

It will be interesting to discover future developments within BPFO as they get nearer to the release date as they contemplate on a societal structure that seems to be disappearing into its own vortex.

For now – there is no website or social media page I am able to link to and the album artwork is also still in formulation. Despite which word arrives that BPFO are already writing a follow-up LP.

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