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Popeska is set to release, 'Heart of Glass' on Kindergarten Recordings

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On February 10, Wolfgang Gartner's Kindergarten Recordings announced the newest collaboration between rising electronic music artist Popeska and Denny White on their upcoming release, “Heart of Glass," set to debut on February 18.

A unique track that merges multiple genres, “Heart of Glass” encompasses pop, indie, and underlying electronic dance elements. The track is the first of three singles set to be released from “Spirit Animals,” a music concept where each track will represent the mysterious animals gracing each single's cover.

In response to the “Spirit Animals” concept, Popeska stated,

Every song to me has a soul to it, something that makes it feel like it has a life of its own. I know I've finished a song when I feel that it has finally ‘come alive.’ My music is a collection of beings that have been born out of my head, heart, and soul, and these beings carry my message, with and without words. I imagine these beings as animals, spirit animals, living in the songs, living as the songs, vibrant and colorful and living in a world so very different from our own, yet not so different at all."

Since his beginning as a dorm-room producer at Georgia Tech to being the first artist signed to Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Records, Ralf Popescu’s sonically addicting material has set the stage for the release of his debut EP titled, Karmameter, his remixes for Bloody Beetroots & Street Lurkin, as well as his earned inclusion on 2012’s “Love & War” tour featuring Wolfgang Gartner and Pierce Fulton. For more information on Popeska and his new release, please visit the following links below.

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KINDERGARTEN RECORDINGS

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