MP3 Leak of the Week: Street Pharmacy

MP3 Leak of the Week: Street Pharmacy

On June 24th, Canada’s Street Pharmacy will release their new Pharmanomics EP which is the first installment to a 2 part release. The second installment will be released on October 16, 2014. In the meantime, you can download their new single “To My High School Friends” for FREE, this week only…

You can download Street Pharmacy’s new song “To My High School Friends” for FREE on our home page, under the MP3 Leak of the Week section, on the right hand column! This Download will only be available until Saturday June 7th, 2014.

Street Pharmacy – “To My High School Friends”
“To My High School Friends” Background:
Street Pharmacy’s Pharmanomics EP (Handsome Boy/Fontana) is the first of two releases that involves some of Canada’s hottest new and most legendary producers. On Pharmanomics, primary songwriter and vocalist Ryan Guay collaborates with fellow producers Will Marr & John Doherty (illScarlett, Trouble & Daughter), Ian Blackwood (The Artist Life, Jersey), Adam Tune (Keys N Krates) and James Robertson (Skye Sweetnam, Down With Webster) to create a unique blend of genre bending reggae, pop, rock, folk and hip hop.

Here’s what vocalist Ryan Guay had to say about new song “To My High School Friends”
“It’s a song about how shitty high school was and how you’re forced to revisit it, and all those people you don’t want to see when you’re asked to go to your high school reunion. The song is a daydream I had about running into ex-girlfriends and people that weren’t your friends, but you thought we’re your friends, at the reunion. Nobody wants to see those people. And I’m sorry if this comes across as crass, but especially if they’re doing better than you are! I guess the truth is, no matter how much “fun” you can have in high school, you can’t kill enough brain cells to forget the things and the people you don’t want to remember.”

As for the new Pharmanomics EP coming out June 24, Ryan said that we could expect, “Brutal lyrical honesty. I really came from a place where I didn’t want to pull any punches.” Ryan continues on by explaining that “Pharmanomics took the hip-hop approach in terms of production. We had several different producers on a total of ten tracks that were split into two EPs. Each track has the stamp of the specific producer we worked with. As a songwriter, I feel that these songs are the best representation of Street Pharmacy’s eclectic mix of reggae, rock, pop, and hip hop to date.”Ryan Guay

You can purchase Street Pharmacy’s New Pharmanomicsc EP, on iTunes by clicking HERE!

Street Pharmacy Background:
Street Pharmacy is a reggae-rock band hailing from Welland, Ontario that formed in 2006. Since its inception, Street Pharmacy has released 5 full length albums and toured Canada relentlessly, spreading their unique hybrid of reggae grooves, 90s Golden Age hip hop inspired lyrical flow and alternative rock edge. In 2009, Street Pharmacy was featured on the popular Much Music shows disBAND and were successful in becoming co-winners of the series.


Street Pharmacy Links:
Street Pharmacy Website
Street Pharmacy Facebook
Street Pharmacy Twitter

Huge thanks again to Street Pharmacy for allowing us to share their new song “To My High School Friends” to post up for FREE download. Free music is a privilege that we’re grateful for and we appreciate the work these artists do! Please feel free to download this song for free and spread the awareness to your friends!
Enjoy the FREE track on the homepage!

Article By: Mike Patti

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