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Milo Clare Shares New Video

London based singer and producer, Milo Clare has shared the video for his debut single on the newly re-launched Pussyfoot Records. 

Watch – ‘Get Enough’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEl07O9CVFk

‘Get Enough’ is the latest track to be lifted from the label’s ‘The Shape Of Cats To Come’ EP which is available digitally and released on limited edition twelve inch vinyl. 

Downtempo R&B vocals, sleepy drums and bedroom eyes guitar, ‘Get Enough’ is beautifully crafted future perfect pop that recalls D’Angelo’s ‘Brown Sugar’ meets early Frank Ocean in a lo-fi, soulful exploration of falling in love. 

Growing up in North London, Milo Clare spread his time between his mother who fed him on a diet of Stevie Wonder, The Fugees and De La Soul and his adoptive father Howie B who introduced him to the world of electronic music and production.

Obsessed with 90s hip-hop such as Slum Village, Dilla and Pete Rock, the young Milo spent his teenage years learning to cut samples on an MPC and experimenting making his own sounds. His love of music developed cross-genre to Disco, Funk and Soul and eventually landing in the beauty of song writing and the lyrics of R&B and Neo Soul.


01. Milo Clare – ‘Get Enough’

02. Sie (feat. Courtney Gray) – ‘Riders On The Storm’

03. Howie B – ‘Oh The Places You’ll Go’

04. Mickey Zhang & WHAI (feat. Howie B) – ‘Electric Horse’

Pussyfoot Records was started back in 1993 by DJ, Artist and Producer Howie B in response to the lack of musical diversity seen in other record labels. Truly independent, Pussyfoot toed the waters of musical expression through genre-bending releases from the likes of Spacer, Naked Funk, Rodney P, Dobie and Howie B himself. The label’s musical focus was all things electronic: breaks, beats, trip-hop and downtempo, but they also explored folk, hip-hop, funk, and a whole host of hybrid musical forms.

The label also introduced artists such as Alison Goldfrapp, who lent her vocals to Spacers album ‘Sensory Man’ and Jacknife Lee who released his album ‘Muy Rico’ and then went on to be a successful music producer for the likes of Bloc Party, The Black Keys and U2.

After taking a short catnap in 2003, Pussyfoot has awoken with a feverish urge to stretch its legs in new and exciting ways. They aim to pick up where they left off and will continue to cut and paste musical styles together to great effect – look forward to a multitude of new and intriguing releases set to be deposited into your ears over the coming months.






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