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Electric Guest: Dear To Me
It's three years since Electric Guest's LP Good America was released, and now the LA-based four-piece is back with "Dear To Me." The '70s-inspired tune features HAIM on guest vocals, and it's a dreamy, synth-y treat. With sweet lyrics including "When...
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Joe Goddard: Lose Your Love
Joe Goddard (a solo artist and member of Hot Chip and The 2 Bears) recently released his track "Lose Your Love" which is a house- and pop-influenced, dance delight along with a a six-minute video directed by Fred Rowson. The piece emulates a low-budget...
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Burial: Young Death The notoriously public-shy electronic music producer Burial may have never performed a live set, but he knows how to appease loyal fans. His latest two-track record comes as a Christmas present for those who've been waiting since...
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Justice: Fire
From French duo Justice's third LP Woman (released this month) comes the video "Fire." Taking tips directly from the album name, the Pascal Teixeira-directed video stars one of America's favorite women, Susan Sarandon, in a retro-vibed clip that channels...
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Bilal feat. Big K.R.I.T.: Pleasure Toy
While Bilal's gorgeous In Another Life was released last year, the visuals for the record have continued to appear throughout 2016, with "Pleasure Toy" being the latest. The Hans Elder-directed video is full of cosmic, Afrocentric style and is a perfect...
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Prince: Moonbeam Levels Recorded in 1982 (during the time he was making 1999), Prince's "Moonbeam Levels" was live-streamed today for the first time ever. The track is classic '80s Prince—buoyant guitars, glitzy drum machines and the beloved musician...
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Kate Bush: And Dream of Sheep (Live)
From her fifth studio album, 1985's Hounds of Love, Kate Bush's "And Dream of Sheep" is lesser known than the record's other songs (like "Cloudbusting" or "Running Up That Hill"), but it is just as otherworldly and exquisite. For the video accompanying...
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Animal Collective: Mountain Game Originally recorded (but never used) for 2010's Red Dead Redemption video game, Animal Collective's "Mountain Game" throws back to their Merriweather Post Pavilion-style pop artistry. Bearing all the musical nuances...
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serpentwithfeet: four ethers
Brooklyn-based serpentwithfeet's debut, five-song EP blisters isn't long, but it is spectacular. The new video for singer serpentwithfeet's "four ethers" (which was co-produced by The Haxan Cloak, who previously worked with Bjork) taps into the mysticism...
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The Landing: Stars in Motion
Brooklyn-based The Landing says he makes space-pop and considering the track "Stars in Motion"—with its glittery synths and vocals including "I want to believe"—the genre's name is pretty accurate. The tune (which just got a music video to accompany...
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The xx: On Hold
After teasing of a new record, The xx has officially announced their third LP (their first release since 2012) which will be titled I See You. The lead track from the record, "On Hold," came out today and—just like their previous offerings—is equal...
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BOYBOY: Vices
Anonymous musician BOYBOY just released a video for his third track, "Vices" and it's a stark but lovely accompaniment to the buoyant pop track. The New Zealand-born, LA-based artist is a bit of a mystery, but his gentle groove is undeniable. There...
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Mr Tophat feat. Robyn: Trust Me Robyn's latest collaboration with fellow Swede Mr Tophat is a whopping 10 minutes long, but doesn't feel like it—instead the track ebbs and flows in a manner that's entirely engaging. Mr Tophat previously remixed Robyn...
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Bonobo: Kerala
"Kerala" is the first single from Bonobo's album Migration (set for release January next year) and today, its scary, paranoia-filled video was released. Starring Gemma Arterton and directed by Bison, the video is a little dizzying, but it matches the...
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Pixies: Classic Masher
The Pixies weren't joking when they named their new track "Classic Masher." It's got all the makings of a classic Pixies' track: chugging guitars, simultaneous vocals, considered lyrics and upbeat drums. The track, hailing from the band's recently...
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Music is a big part of traveling, whether it's obscure songs you hear in taxis or tuk-tuks, or the tunes you select for a personal journey. The team behind Arlo Skye, one of favorite luggage brands, shares our love for music and travel, as does LA...
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Blood Orange: I Know
From his gorgeous album Freetown Sound comes Blood Orange's (aka Dev Hynes) video for "I Know," featuring Maria Kochetkova. Seemingly simple but nonetheless stunning (like so many songs on the album), the video sees the two—one dressed in all black...
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Dead or Alive: You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
Flamboyant and eccentric performer Pete Burns passed away today at just 57 years old. The British singer was best known for his work with his band Dead Or Alive (formerly called Nightmares in Wax), whose track "You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)" was...
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Baloji: Spoiler An adroit convergence of funky jazz, French folk and traditional African music, "Spoiler" represents everything wondrous about Congolese-born, Belgium-based musician Baloji. It's a powerful, playful track with plenty of appeal for...
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Douglas Dare: New York With a vocal fortitude that's both emotive and defiant, singer/songwriter Douglas Dare delivers a compelling narrative of love and deception in "New York," his latest release. The single strikes an interspace between Patrick...
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Anohni: I Don't Love You Anymore
The simple, direct music video for "I Don't Love You Anymore" zooms in on Anohni's face, partially in shadow, as she sings to the camera over somber yet majestic pipe organ. Tension builds as she asserts her rejection of a former lover—or being, or...
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Douglas Dare: New York
With a vocal fortitude that's both emotive and defiant, singer/songwriter Douglas Dare delivers a compelling narrative of love and deception in "New York," his latest release. The single strikes an interspace between Patrick Wolf and what Damien Rice...
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Amber Coffman: All to Myself Amber Coffman once again demonstrates her sublime musicality, this time in the solo outing "All to Myself." Coffman, known first as a vocalist and guitarist in the Dirty Projectors, also captured the collective cultural...
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Amber Coffman: All to Myself
Amber Coffman once again demonstrates her sublime musicality, this time in the solo outing "All to Myself." Coffman, known first as a vocalist and guitarist in the Dirty Projectors, also captured the collective cultural consciousness with her vocals...
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Computer Magic: Dimensions
Computer Magic's dreamy, synth-pop track "Dimensions" just got an aptly fitting music video. Off her Obscure But Visible EP, the song is the lead track and it's nothing if not ethereal. The spacey, sweet tune is set to otherworldly scenes—one of which...
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