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WEAR PATTERNS RELEASE DEBUT SINGLE

LA-based production crew Wear Patterns release their debut single “Tease” worldwide on August 19th via Boomnote Music on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify, and all other major digital retail and streaming services. The single, culled from their forthcoming self-titled EP, introduces the world to their unique sound, a hybrid of abstract dance music, steeped in the rich tradition of the multi-genre, and multi-cultural musical landscape of Los Angeles. Listen here

Wear Patterns, a trio comprising of lifelong friends Francesca Harding and Gene & James Bautista of Beat Ventriloquists, is a several-years-in-the-making project that almost never happened. The childhood friends with a common interest in music, lost touch over time, only to reconnect a few years ago. Harding had developed a career in music, becoming one of the most in-demand DJs in Los Angeles, touring the globe from Mexico City to the UK, as well as hosting 90.7FM’s influential taste-making radio program Soundwaves. Beat Ventriloquists made their own international splash through their original productions and remixes for such acclaimed artists as Tokimonsta & Gavin Turek, Goapele, She Wants Revenge, and more. A chance encounter rekindled the trio’s friendship…. and Wear Patterns was born.

“Tease”, the group’s lead single, features vocals from Chicago-born and Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter twins Nick & Navi, who inject the track with classic 90s R&B swagger and true-school Jamaican dancehall toasting.

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