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Peter Silberman: New York
Brooklyn indie band The Antler's frontman and lyricist Peter Silberman is already two track releases deep into his forthcoming solo album—Impermanence, out 24 February. The latest, "New York," recently debuted with an archival footage video celebrating...
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The Flaming Lips: Nigdy Nie (Never No)
The psychedelic alt-rock band releases their new album Oczy Mlody today—already streaming in full on Spotify—and it’s the softly sweet accompaniment to your afterparty comedown, as the sun rises. Wayne Coyne has explained the title, which means “eyes...
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Indiginis: GET UR FRK ON
With new, warm layers of piano and percussion, Washington DC-based producer Indiginis lends Missy Elliott's classic "Get Ur Freak On" a solid refresh. Named "GET UR FRK ON," the recently released track rises with substantial synth work but stays jazz...
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Laura Marling: Wild Fire
With an inherent grace to her storytelling, Laura Marling delivers another soulful folk wonder with "Wild Fire." The second single off the singer/songwriter's forthcoming album Semper Femina, out 10 March, the track rises with gentle power, driven...
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Alicia Keys: Sweet F'in Love
With a glittery beat and a simple piano melody, Alicia Keys' new track "Sweet F'in Love" was revealed by her husband, producer Swizz Beats last night, but he doesn't seem to have had a hand in it. The familiar bounce is KAYTRANADA's doing, and while...
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Bonobo feat. Rhye: Break Apart
In light of Friday's Migration album release, it's worth revisiting musician and producer Bonobo's exquisite track "Break Apart," featuring vocals by Milosh of Rhye. Its video, released last month, acts as an ideal counterpart to the song, pairing...
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KAYTRANADA: Flippin On You (TLC Remix)
Always on-point, KAYTRANADA (aka Louis Kevin Celestin) just released another glorious track—this time, a remix of TLC's classic 1994 song "Diggin' On You." This iteration (called "Flippin On You") is distinctively KAYTRANADA with that trademark ebullience...
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The Visions: Oceans
With a layer of spacious vocally-derived atmosphere atop funk stylings, "Oceans" by Brooklyn-based The Visions plays with listeners' ears. Brothers Ben and Michael Shugarman and friend Ryan Brooks dress their funky roots with pop and electro punctuation...
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Khodara: Billie
At times sultry, at times soaring, "Billie" by NYC- and London-based singer Khodara finds its power through beauty. The single, off a forthcoming EP to be released 17 March, diverges from the dancey, disco-dazzling work Khodara released late 2016 but...
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Dirty Projectors: Little Bubble
One of the band's most beautiful songs to date, "Little Bubble" by the Dirty Projectors debuted today in video form. Soulful and soothing, the track isn't devoid of the band's thoughtful eccentricity—manifesting here in numerous ways, but arguably...
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Peanut Butter Wolf: RIP 2016
On the first day of 2017, Peanut Butter Wolf (aka Chris Manak, the founder of Stones Throw Records) began releasing his RIP 2016 mixtape in parts. Just a few moments ago, Part 3 appeared on Soundcloud and—like the previous mixes—it commemorates well...
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Dan Deacon: Opal Toad Segment
Off a forthcoming experimental music compilation, I Said No Doctors!, from NYC-based music label Dymaxion Groove, musician Dan Deacon's "Opal Toad Segment" conveys a different sort of chaotic charm than we've come to expect from the mastermind. Here...
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