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BriGuy and Darling Cant Find “No Justice”

The Alchemist

BriGuy (Brian Devane) & Darling (Ryan Darling) met on their first day at UVM and proceeded to form the band “2%” (like the milk). With performances at Twiddle’s Tumble Down & Higher Ground under their belt, they ventured further into production on logic.

 

After finding success with “The Milky Way EP” and the standout single “Fumblin,'” the boys are back with “No Justice,” with Brian on Vocals and Ryan on production. It is definitely different than the 2% stuff in the sense that it’s a bit more electronic and dance-oriented, but there are many similarities in the music we make digitally and with the band.

 

When listening to this track, we were immediately impressed by the bouncy production. The song eventually develops into a very catchy chorus where where BriGuy sings, “But I just can’t find no justice,” and it is sure to get stuck in your head.

 

BriGuy is an Albany, NY native based in Burlington, VT and although he has been making music with 2% for a while now, he is just starting to release more work into the music sphere. His next single, titled “Ricky Bobby” will be dropping January 15. Darling is a Burlington, VT based producer and drummer for 2%. He has a number of solo works out now on all platforms, including “Attic (Pathetic)” and “Room 4 2.

 

Check out “No Justice” below:

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