See: Taste It Says Little Boots

Brooklyn, NY – Electronic was alive and well this past Saturday night 11/8/14 right here in NYC at the Music Hall of Williamsburg at the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival.  In preparation for the release of her new EP on December first Little Boots stunned the audience with a taste of her Business Pleasure, her first new material in over a year and a half, since Nocturnes. The full album is expected to drop sometime this upcoming year from her boutique label, On Repeat Records, allowing her full control over all aspects Little Boots.

Kudos to of Village Voice for this shot from #BEMF on 11-8-14

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Kudos to of Village Voice
for this shot from #BEMF on 11-8-14

Little Boots is notorious for rebranding pop back to an era we knew. She created her own label of electronic music by mixing up the beats of the 90’s and 00’s in her own fashion.

Kudos to of Village Voice for this shot from #BEMF on 11-8-14

Kudos to of Village Voice for this shot from #BEMF on 11-8-14

This time around the Blackpool, Lancashire native used producers Com Truise, Jas Shaw, and Chris Carmouche to bring back the flames of her torch. Taste It is sure to be another top 20 hit on all UK charts.

Little Boots noted how proud she was to see so many young women embracing life and feeling empowered for what their future holds. The event seemed like an inspirational moment. 

Brooklynite Stacy Keibler exclaimed, “Little Boots has got her groove back!” While Mike Mackenroth of Long Island mentioned the smoothness of Little Boots’ lyrics. Tiffany Varnish brought her girlfriend Jessica to hear the “beats of yesteryear.” All partygoers definitely were able to “taste it on their lips like licorice”.
Society today has graduated from a time of pens, pads, calendars and organizers to a era of fast-paced hyper-active younguns swiping their phones and tablets seeking out their next thrill; never content with what life has in store. Business Pleasure reminds these thirty-somethings of a day not so long ago when music shuttered through a CD player, mini-disc or dare I say a cassette. 
Taste It is available today and the 3 other tracks, entitled Heroine, Business Pleasure, and Pretty Tough, are up for pre-order on iTunes. In a nod to the antiquated times of yesteryear Little Boots has made here album available on vinyl in limited quantity on

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