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Tobias Jesso Jr: Without You
Vancouver's Tobias Jesso Jr has seen the music business from varied perspectives. After a stint in LA as a bassist for a short-lived pop starlet and attempting to sell songs to other artists, a bike accident and family crisis brought the 29-year-old...
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Cuushe: Tie
Tokyo’s Cuushe (aka Mayuko Hitotsuyanagi) continues delivering saccharine dream-pop with "Tie," off her upcoming EP Night Lines—which is a collaborative release from indie labels Cascine (New York/London) and flau (Japan). The song progresses gently...
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Kelela: A Message
Back in 2013, DC-born and LA-based singer/songwriter Kelela thrilled us with her mixtape Cut 4 Me. Now she's announced her upcoming EP Hallucinogen—set to drop in early May—and released a slow-burning but spectacular track from it, called "A Message...
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Leonard Nimoy: By Myself
Today, news broke that Leonard Nimoy passed away at the age of 83. Bringing the half-human, half-Vulcan Mr. Spock to life in the Star Trek television and movie series, Nimoy has been "beamed up" one final time. Many Trekkies may not realize that beyond...
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The Living Statues: Blackout
Milwaukee garage rock band The Living Statues have opened for the likes of Best Coast, Mayer Hawthorne and Banks, but they'll soon become a headliner in their own right. Their newest single "Blackout" is an energetic, polished jam that will get your...
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A$AP Ferg: DOPE WALK
Shot entirely on an iPhone camera, though directed and edited by fine artist Matt Starr, A$AP Ferg's latest video "DOPE WALK" offers an amped up, insider angle on New York Fashion Week—with model Cara Delevingne in a tiny FaceTime box for the entirety...
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Ghostwise: Golden Calves
After years performing alongside a number of notable musicians like Angela McCluskey and Cyndi Lauper, Kerry Kennedy has finally broken off for her first solo project, Ghostwise. Three years in the making, Ghostwise’s aptly-titled debut Storm Winds...
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The Tallest Man on Earth: Sagres
We've grown accustomed to the stripped down folk sound of Sweden's Kristian Matsson, better known as The Tallest Man on Earth. Reminiscent of the early American folk of Bob Dylan and Woodie Guthrie, Matsson's previous records featured analog recordings...
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Unknown Mortal Orchestra: Multi-Love
Portland-based indie band Unknown Mortal Orchestra shared the opener off of their upcoming new album, and it's just a taste into how their sound has gone through an exciting, serious transformation since 2013's II. "Multi-Love" is a modern-day psychedelic...
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Romare: Motherless Child
London-based producer Archie Fairhurst aka Romare (who takes his name from the cut'n'paste artist Romare Bearden) expertly manipulates samples to create new songs—or rather, musical essays—that move the body as much as they do the mind. Keep an ear...
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Lesley Gore: You Don't Own Me
To pay tribute to Lesley Gore—who sadly died this week at just 68 years old—we have chosen to play one of her most popular songs on repeat. "You Don't Own Me" is one of the earliest pop versions of girl power and "embraced feminism way ahead of its...
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Róisín Murphy: Gone Fishing
Róisín Murphy has returned (eight years after her last album) and not a moment too soon. The Irish singer/songwriter announced her record Hairless Toys and dropped the first song from it, the excellent "Gone Fishing," which Murphy was inspired to write...
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