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The Joy of Violent Movement blog was nice enough to cover the new split single from Camellia Hartman and Billy the Kid. Read a snippet below and then follow the link to see the full article. 

"“Breathing Hard (Over You)” was recorded and mixed on an 8 track tape machine, which further emphasizes the classic Motown meets Northern soul production. And while making the song sound as though it could have been released as a 45rpm single back in 1964, the production manages to give Hartman’s tender yet playfully coquettish vocals room to express an aching yet somewhat girlish longing and desire.

Aukstik’s contribution “Honey Bee” is a twangy, slow-burning, 70s AM rock meets Muscle Shoals-leaning bit of soul that features Aukstik’s tender falsetto over an arrangement featuring lap steel guitar, Farfisa organ, Maestro Rhythm King drum machine, fuzzy guitar chords and a sinuous hook — and while nodding at psych rock, the song to my years reminds me a bit of Sandra Rhodes’ sadly forgotten Muscle Shoals meets Nashville solo debut, Where’s Your Love Been."

https://joyofviolentmovement.com/2017/02/14/new-audio-brooklyn-indie-soul-label-releases-a-split-7-inch-single-with-two-very-different-takes-on-soul/

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