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Applied Sciences – A.P.S.C. [Audio]

Oakville, ONApplied Sciences just dropped their debut self-titled single entitled “A.P.S.C.” For a debut single, this is really dope. The Oakville-based trio manages to establish their sound as a conglomeration on hip-hop and jazz, with a smidge of ska influence. Actually a lot of ska influence. Not just within the production, but in their rhyme schemes, as well.

And keep your ear to the ground. Because these dudes are gearing up to launch their debut Live From 55 album. And it sounds like they’ll be dropping some new singles on us next month, too. So give “A.P.S.C.” a listen below.

Applied Sciences - A.P.S.C. [Audio] -

Applied Sciences is composed of three members: Sean Heaney, Zack Hogan (Big Zilla), and James Applewhaite (Double D). Heaney and Applewhaite used to perform together in a band called Less Like Humans. And sometimes the three dudes would perform raps together. For fun. But people were feeling it, so the trio got together and made Applied Sciences.



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