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Samantha Urbani: Uno Dos Tres
We've had one longstanding woman crush on Samantha Urbani, the free-spirited force of creativity behind Brooklyn quintet Friends and the sultry vocals you've heard on Blood Orange's Cupid Deluxe. Thus the news that she might be working on a full-length...
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Neon Indian: Annie
The very talented Neon Indian (aka Alan Palomo) has just released what is set to be one of this summer's regular jams: "Annie." It'a a welcome return from Neon Indian, whose last album was released back in 2011. The track is a bubbly synth-pop bonanza...
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NAKED: Bubble
Experimental trio Naked are based in Edinburgh but prefer to be free of any geographical labels—and the hypnotic, escapist tracks off their debut EP Youth Mode speak to a generation defined more by their time on the internet than the city they inhabit...
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Son Of Sun: Whispers (Soul Clap Remix)
Boston-based DJs Soul Clap have been making feet move and hips grind with their ever-evolving explorations of funk, disco and house, and their strength lies in teasing out the dance potential lying dormant in other tracks. Their latest re-work is of...
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Bob Dylan: The Night We Called It A Day
For the penultimate episode of the long-running Late Show with David Letterman, the singer/songwriter Bob Dylan graced the stage to perform an intimate rendition of Frank Sinatra's "The Night We Called it a Day," one of the tracks on his latest Sinatra...
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Foodoo: Help Me
At just 18 years old, London-based producer Foodoo is already making waves. His debut EP Yours will be released next month, and from it comes "Help Me." The instrumental electronic track builds to become euphoric and synth-heavy, but starts out quietly...
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Bilal: Satellites
In his first record since 2013's beautiful A Love Surreal, NYC-based singer/songwriter Bilal is set to release In Another Life on 30 June. From the Adrian Younge-produced album (which will feature Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T. and Kimbra) comes the...
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Active Child: Stranger
Following the first single off Active Child's upcoming album Mercy (due to release 16 June) is "Stranger." The track is stunning—a haunting, slow-burning landscape that builds with synths, harp flourishes and classic Active Child falsetto (he's an...
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B.B. King: Guess Who (Live at Sing Sing Prison 1972)
The legendary B.B. King passed away yesterday and his heart-rending blues will be truly missed. Regarded as one of the world's most significant guitarists, King leaves a career that spanned decades: beginning to record professionally in 1949 at 24...
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Jessie Ware: Jealous (Nick Jonas Cover)
As part of her performance for BBC Radio 1's Academy in Norwich, English singer and songwriter Jessie Ware covered Nick Jonas' "Jealous" in a sultry, smooth and slightly pared-down manner. Ware makes the song very much her own, but maintains the groove...
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Sylvan Esso: H.S.K.T. (Hercules & Love Affair Bleeps and Vox Mix)
To celebrate the one year anniversary of their debut album, Durham, NC-based duo Sylvan Esso share a new tasteful remix of their song "H.S.K.T." (short for "head, shoulders, knees and toes”) by regular collaborators Hercules & Love Affair. This Bleeps...
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Tanlines: Pieces
The humorous Brooklyn synth-pop duo Tanlines don't disappoint with their latest music video, which they decided to debut on Funnyordie.com. The downtempo but grooving "Pieces" follows Jesse Cohen and Eric Emm as they pick up two cute girls but lose...
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