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Tkay Maidza feat. Killer Mike: Carry On
Ever since releasing the infectious "U-Huh" back in 2014, Tkay Maidza has frequently popped up on our office speakers. Now the Australian singer/rapper has announced that her long-awaited debut album will be released 28 October, and offered up the...
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Chromatics: Dear Tommy
The title track from the new Chromatics album (the long-awaited follow-up to 2012’s Kill for Love) Dear Tommy is—like most of their music—super-dark and haunting. The song, which boasts plenty of vocoder, is ominously slow and the video matches perfectly...
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Bon Iver: 33 GOD
Bon Iver (aka Justin Vernon) has just released a track from his upcoming third album 22, A Million, and it's a dazzling track that transforms almost constantly. With Vernon's distinct falsetto, "33 GOD" traces through different moods and pitches, but...
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Carly Rae Jepsen: Emotion Side B
It will come as no surprise that Carly Rae Jepsen's E•MO•TION Side B (a collection of eight songs that didn't make it onto her powerhouse 2015 album) is an '80s-influenced delight. Available to stream on Apple Music and Spotify, the flip-side album...
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Cashmere Cat feat. The Weeknd: Wild Love
Two CH favorites, Cashmere Cat and The Weeknd, have teamed up for a dreamy collaboration and it's a sexy, soulful delight. Also featuring Francis and the Lights, "Wild Love" was first teased at by Cashmere Cat and has since leaked in full. It lives...
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Sad13: Get A Yes
Rock band Speedy Ortiz have been that rare shining beacon of light leading the way to make shows safe and inclusive for fans—even asking concertgoers to text when they feel harassed or in trouble. Sadie Dupuis takes it further in the intimate, catchy...
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Thundercat: Bus In These Streets
Once again, Thundercat has managed to combine whimsy, innocence and sweetness with melancholy and pathos. For his new track, "Bus in These Streets" the multitalented musician/singer/producer has teamed up with frequent collaborator Flying Lotus and...
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Delicate Steve: Winners
Delicate Steve, the alter ego of Steve Marion, can often be seen around intimate NYC venues in a tank top—shredding like no mere mortal. The guitar whisperer has lent his talents to Yeasayer's and Paul Simon's most recent albums, co-wrote a song with...
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Låpsley: Operator (DJ Koze Radio Edit)
With a disco-glam radio edit from DJ Koze, English singer Låpsley's "Operator" makes for a club-ready dance party all on its own, but the music video sets the bar even higher. Inspired by a night Låpsley had spent celebrating among Berlin's drag scene...
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Frank Ocean: Endless
Finally, Frank Ocean has blessed us with a new record—four years after the lush Channel Orange, and plenty of teasing and anticipation. Last night, the NOLA-raised singer/songwriter released his visual album "Endless" which is streaming via Apple Music...
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Phantogram: Cruel World
The intro to Phantogram's new track "Cruel World" (Sarah Barthel's vocals accompanied only by minimal piano) sounds very different from their usual dark, shimmery and sexy style, but soon the hook delivers what we've come to adore about the NY-based...
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Lana Del Rey: BBM Baby
With each passing day it becomes clearer just how many people loved BlackBerry Messenger. Included in that list happens to be Lana Del Rey, and a recent leak of her 2011 demo "BBM Baby" makes clear the ease and joy of sexting through the service. The...
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