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TEREZA: BADUOLOGY
German DJ TEREZA celebrated the queen Erykah Badu's birthday yesterday by sharing a mixtape of the singer/songwriter/musician's music. The one hour mix, called BADUOLOGY, features songs that she's sampled, as well as skits and tracks she's featured...
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Skaters: In Your Head
With the same DIY spirit that propelled them onto everyone's radar three years ago, rock trio Skaters has released a new single, "In Your Head," off their forthcoming album. The song features Britpop aesthetics, a soaring chorus and emotive lyrics...
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Holly Miranda + The New Asylum Choir: Midnight Oil
For her beautiful new track "Midnight Oil," singer/songwriter Holly Miranda has been joined by 28 other voices who unite under the moniker New Asylum Choir—including icon Ani DiFranco and Kyp Malone of TV on the Radio. A cover of an obscure Cris Williamson...
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Pale Waves: There's a Honey
Manchester-based indie-pop outfit Pale Waves just released their debut single "There's A Honey" and it's an uncommonly catchy tune. With musical layers referencing The Cure and label-mates The 1975 (two of whom produced this track), and surprisingly...
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Steve Lacy: Dark Red
The Internet member Steve Lacy has just released the track "Dark Red" from his debut solo project Steve Lacy’s Demo. The song is a groovy, alt-rock work with plenty of soulful tinges. The tune simmers away almost effortlessly and bodes very well for...
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Lana Del Rey: Love
After sharing her new track over the weekend, Lana Del Rey has just released the video for "Love." The visuals match the dreamy track, with the Rich Lee-directed clip utilizing lots of black and white shots as well as many washed-out moments—that's...
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Ohio Players: Funky Worm
Legendary funk musician, Walter "Junie" Morrison passed away at just 62 years old. The multi-talented Morrison was a producer, writer, keyboardist and vocalist—and was a founding member of the Ohio Players—making him a true pioneer of the funk movement...
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Jacques Greene: To Say
From Montreal-based producer Jacques Greene's upcoming debut album Feel Infinite is the delightfully uplifting house jam, "To Say." With soulful vocals and an analog-sound, this track feels like an ode to the golden days of house music, all while remaining...
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Little Dragon: High
Along with a video for their glistening new track "High," Swedish band Little Dragon has announced a North American tour that will begin in April. The first release from the four-piece since 2014's Nabuma Rubberband, the song is sexy, hazy and spacey...
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Al Jarreau: We're In This Love Together
Beginning his musical career in the jazz world, Al Jarreau was a formidable artist who proved himself to be able to span pop and R&B—with elements of Latin, gospel, soul and more. Sadly Jarreau passed away yesterday, but leaves behind a beautiful body...
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Snow Culture: No Sleep
With their dancey debut single "No Sleep," Swedish duo Snow Culture deliver lofty vocals floating along a dark but lively beat. Premiering with a collage-like music video of grit and grain, the track's dynamic production and electronic essence makes...
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Ghost King: Melting Sky
From Brooklyn rockers Ghost King comes a macabre visual treatment for their recent track "Melting Sky." What commences as an eerie party scene with clandestine glances, evolves into a raucous, ritualistic fantasy supported by churning guitars and an...
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