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New Release – Bo Keeney ‘Versus’ EP

UK-based producer Bo Keeney dropped the ‘Versus’ EP on his home soil late last year and it’s now available in Canada via MapleMusic Recordings. His second EP features remixes of his tracks by exciting emerging producers Bobby Tank, Spectrasoul, My Nu Leng, and Throwing Snow. The closing track is Bo’s own ‘Versus’ mix of his track ‘Jump the Gun’. The full EP can be streamed on Bo’s Soundcloud and you can watch the video for the Spectrasoul remix of ‘Up In Smoke’ here.

Bo Keeney ‘Versus’ EP  iTunes

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Versus Tracklist
1. Jump The Gun (Bobby Tank Mix)
2. Up In Smoke (Spectrasoul Mix)
3. I Got A Letter (My Nu Leng Mix)
4. Golden Telephone (Throwing Snow Mix)
5. Jump The Gun (Bo Keeney Vs Mix)

Bo Keeney Releases Sophomore EP ‘Versus’ On January 28th

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California born and UK-residing, genre-hopping music polymath Bo Keeney follows up his debut EP “Don’t You Worry” – an immersive collection of soul, funk, jazz and electronica with his second EP “Versus” coming out on January 28th on MapleMusic Recordings.

His debut EP “Don’t You Worry” was recorded in a shipping container just outside Winchester and saw Bo unapologetically slip and slide between genres making for a thrilling introduction to a young artist not set on being pigeonholed.

The follow up “Versus” EP sees Bo’s own productions and thrilling vocals woven amongst the sounds and beats of the most exciting emerging producers from the UK.

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MapleMusic Recordings’ Best of 2013

We’ve picked out some of the best tracks that our artist roster have released this year and put them together into one great playlist! The playlist features huge names like Primal Scream, The Dismemberment Plan and Cold War Kids to up-and-coming Canadian talent Andrew Austin, Don Brownrigg, and Thought Beneath Film! Listen to the playlist on Rdio, Youtube, Soundcloud, or all three at the same time below.

Track List:

White Denim “Pretty Green”
The Dismemberment Plan “Waiting”
Cold War Kids “Miracle Mile”
Don Brownrigg “Sweet Dream Sleeper”
Andrew Austin “Inside Out”
San Fermin “Sonsick”
Typhoon “Young Fathers”
Jim James “State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U)
J. Roddy Walston & The Business “Heavy Bells”
Gogol Bordello “Lost Innocent World”
Primal Scream “It’s Alright, It’s Ok”
The Bronx “Youth Wasted”
Thought Beneath Film “Cartographers”
Thomas D’Arcy “Credit!”
Bo Keeney “Don’t You Worry”
Caveman “In The City”
Okkervil River “It Was My Season”
Royal Teeth “Wild”

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MapleMusic Recordings Welcomes Bo Keeney to the Family with the Release of His Debut EP ‘Don’t You Worry’




‘Don’t You Worry’ is the stunning debut EP from 23 year old newcomer Bo Keeney, based out of the UK.  The tunes meld alt soul and contemporary blues with smatterings of drum’n’bass while his honeyed vocals call to mind a young Stevie Wonder.  To further compliment his unique sound on the EP, there are two inspired remixes from regular Skream/Magnetic Man collaborator Sam Frank and the much lauded South London art collective Breton.

Bo, named after his parents favourite guitarist, is a multi instrumentalist and music obsessive who grew up in Southern California and got his first introduction to music when his father took him down to see his mother’s band play at age four.  His mother was a hair stylist by day, and a guitarist by night who hung out with the likes of Kiss, Van Halen and Guns ‘n’ Roses (her voice can be heard peforming backing vocal duties on ‘Don’t You Worry’).

When he turned eleven the family relocated from San Diego to Winchester in England. Soon after, Bo wrote his first song and then saved up his lunch money, bought a guitar and taught himself to play.  He became fascinated with instruments and went on to learn the bass, the guitar and piano by sneaking into the music room at school and practicing on his own for hours.

Aged sixteen Bo entered the British Academy of Songwriters and Composers under 18’s competition.  Rather than sending in the standard one song – he sent an album’s worth of self-recorded material and he won.  Bo went on to co-write with Grammy winning songwriter Jimmy Hogarth who would eventually offer him a publishing deal.

With his advance, Bo rented a shipping container in Winchester, turned it into a studio and recorded his EP in near isolation.  The resulting songs are written, arranged and produced by Bo.

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Don’t You Worry – Tracklisting
1.  Don’t You Worry
2.  Ambulance
3.  Motivation
4.  Don’t You Worry *Breton Labs Remix*
5.  Don’t You Worry *Sam Frank Remix*


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