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Chicago: Saturday in the Park (Live in 1973)
Released in 1972, Chicago's hit "Saturday in the Park" still warms the cockles of our collective hearts to this day. Robert Lamm wrote the song after a stroll through Manhattan's Central Park on the 4th of July, inspired by the vibrant celebrations...
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Beach House: Sparks
Beach House have kept fans patiently waiting since their 2012 album Bloom, and today the dreamy Baltimore alt-rock duo released their first single off of Depression Cherry, out next month. "Sparks" is a chaotic synergy of vocal loops and unexpected...
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Remi Miles: Under Light Symphonies
Nigerian-born, US-raised and now Brighton-based singer/songwriter Remi Miles performed his track " Under Light Symphonies" at London venue KOKO, and his sharp suit and bouncy moves perfectly reflect the breezy touches of reggae and swing that his...
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Klyne: Paralyzed
Netherlands duo Klyne isn't so, so new—they debuted as Nick Klein (who's on vocals, and Ferdous Dehzad produces) but did a quick name change after they spotted another Nick Klein also gaining traction within the music blogosphere. "Paralyzed" marks...
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Todd Terje: Inspector Norse
Glastonbury 2015 came and went this past weekend, with performances from Jamie xx, Hot Chip, Mark Ronson, Caribou, Jessie Ware, Mary J. Blige to Kanye West—and even a cameo from the Dalai Lama—to save in the archives for a long time. One of the more...
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Crystal Waters: 100% Pure Love
As a classic throwback and also a fitting track for anybody celebrating NYC Pride Week—which officially begins at Pier 26 with The Pride Kickoff Rally—we're jamming to "100% Pure Love" in the CH office. The 1994 track by house singer Crystal Waters...
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Kiiara: Gold
20-year-old newcomer Kiiara pops out of thin air and makes her debut with a stripped-down electronic track that worms its way into your head, with an especially glitchy and catchy chorus. Her vocals in "Gold" signal a link to Scandinavian electro-pop;...
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The Internet feat. KAYTRANADA: Girl
We thought things couldn't get any steamier than their recent track "Special Affair," but the latest release from six-member R&B group The Internet (featuring former Odd Future members Syd Tha Kid and Matt Martians) "Girl" does exactly that. With production...
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Janet Jackson: No Sleep
Janet Jackson's newest single has been a long time coming—seven years since her last album Discipline, to be exact. Produced by her regular collaborators Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis (the same brilliant minds behind her hits like "Miss You Much" to "Doesn...
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Swaai Boys: REF_HS_001 (I Dream of Ganges)
NYC band Swaai Boys may call the concrete jungle home, but their spirits are in dunes far, far away. They've encapsulated this restlessness in their light rock, tropical-tinged song "REF_HS_001 (I Dream of Ganges)," with an accompanying music video...
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Superhumanoids: Anxious in Venice
Our much-loved LA dream pop group Superhumanoids are back, with something a little darker and more energetic than their last. Their latest single "Anxious in Venice" has Sarah Chernoff's distinctive, affecting vocals piercing through the mix and juxtaposed...
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Jacob Banks: Grace
At just 23 years old, Jacob Banks sings with the spine-tingling, heartbreaking soul of somebody much older, hitting the lower registers like a veteran. "Grace" (from his upcoming EP) starts out minimally, builds with handclaps, and turns into a glitchy...
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