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Culture Wars With Their Amazing Track "Lose Money"

Introducing one amazing band that had stumbled upon our radar, they are known as Culture Wars. Culture Wars’ self-titled debut EP (2017) saw its first taste of success, with their single ‘Lies’ cracking two million streams on Spotify, and their following single ‘Bones’ rising to #43 on the Alternative radio charts. Culture Wars has quickly established themselves as a band with their own unique style and vibe, writing and recording both from home on laptops and in the remote setting of Sonic Ranch, located just 45 minutes toward the border outside of El Paso, TX. Alongside production by Caleb Contreras, and mixing by Manny Marroquin (Kanye West, Imagine Dragons) and Alan Moulder (The Killers, Nine Inch Nails), Culture Wars have an extensively talented team behind them. The band returns with their new five-song EP ‘teche’ (2020), written and recorded inside of two months in the remote location of Sonic Ranch in Tornillo, TX, just 30 minutes down the border of El Paso. With the release of their newest single "Lose Money," they present a captivating track that will surely have you intrigued. Starting with groovy instrumentation leading on their sweet and full vocals they complete the track fully. Explaining the track a bit further the band shares "Lose Money’ is one of those songs that could have easily not have happened. After I tracked a handful of vocal ideas at Sonic Ranch in El Paso, it took our producer Caleb and bandmate David to point out the chorus section, otherwise, I would have completely missed it. Thanks to them, and some insane prophet sounds from Dillon afterward, Lose Money came to life. A testament to the strength of working as a team, this song stands out as one of my all-time favorites." To the vocals and production, this song will definitely have you dancing. Being just perfect for a late-night drive or hanging out with friends. Go stream "Lose Money" and check out their discography which is filled with vibrant tracks.



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