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It’s a sweaty late Saturday night, a loft in Greenpoint, Brooklyn is filled far past capacity, and there are a few young British blokes playing scrappy indie rock in the front. There are rowdy twenty-somes moshing… and it’s unclear if there’s more beer or cigarette smoke being consumed inside.
A first listen to self-proclaimed ‘trap-pop’ act Jamaican Queens hints at a band sprouted from Pitchfork’s petri dish. Listen closer.