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6 Apr 2016 // 8:28 AM

Land Lovers - “Angeline” (audio) (premiere)

Irish indie pop band Land Lovers look to the late '50s and early '60s for inspiration and focuses on creating little nuggets of delicious pop confection.

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5 Apr 2016 // 11:30 AM

Factor Chandelier - “I Want to Go” feat. Paranoid Castle

Canadian producer Factor Chandelier is about to release his fifth solo album, Factoria, that features an amazing batch of guest vocalists.

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Some Army - ‘One Stone and Too Many Birds’ (album stream) (premiere)

Some Army's debut record becomes more indelible with each listen, with each tangled mix of atmosphere and hooks, of mood and melody.

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Ex Hex Plays Pickathon’s “Mountain Series” in Episode 2 (video) (premiere)

Indie rockers, garage punkers Ex Hex played Pickathon last year and today we present the premiere of that performance.

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LXL - “Mung Bean Chutney” (video) (premiere)

Detroit hip hop group LXL releases debut music video, set to be the first in a narrative series.

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Hallelujah the Hills: ‘A Band Is Something to Figure Out’ (album stream) (premiere)

Boston's Hallelujah the Hills new record turns on dark tones and scuffed textures, but rarely does an album so challenging and deeply layered also deliver immediate impact.

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Jozef Van Wissem - “Ruins” (video) (premiere)

Dutch minimalist composer Jozef Van Wissem moves away from contemporary classical music and towards experimental folk on his new album.

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Passport to Stockholm - “Better Days” (audio) (premiere)

London indie folk ensemble Passport to Stockholm knows their way around a hook. The group creates memorable, pristine, addictive folk pop.

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Sulfur City - “Whispers” (audio) (premiere)

Sulfur City is a really honest to goodness working class rock band, the kind you can unwind to with beers and pool games at the local pub.

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31 Mar 2016 // 11:11 AM

Anoushka Shankar - “Land of Gold” (video) (premiere)

Deeply concerned about the plight of the world's refugees, Anoushka Shankar felt she needed to make an artistic and political stand.

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31 Mar 2016 // 10:05 AM

Will Stewart - “Keyhole” (audio) (premiere)

Birmingham, Alabama's Will Stewart has stepped away from his old group, Willie and the Giant, to emerge as a compelling solo artist this year with a new EP, Faultline.

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31 Mar 2016 // 9:10 AM

Basmala - “Chopa Sidi” (audio) (premiere)

Basmala walks the line between hip-hop and electronic music, visiting the realm of avant-garde jazz, all in an effort to create forward-looking, experimental music that he dubs visionary soul.

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30 Mar 2016 // 11:50 AM

Boulevards - ‘Groove!’ (album stream) (premiere)

Jamil Rashad, a/k/a Boulevards, is part of the batch of new indie soul musicians lighting up the music world and bringing some serious grooves back into contemporary popular music.

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30 Mar 2016 // 9:01 AM

Decorations - “Promise” (audio) (premiere)

Decorations' first single "Promise", off new debut album, is new wavey, hook-filled pop that harken back to the slightly punky, British guitar pop of the early '80s

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Shabazz Palaces Headlines the “Mountain Series” from Pickathon (video) (premiere)

Shabazz Palaces perfectly exemplifies the Pickathon aesthetic as they have greatly expanded hip-hop's palette.

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28 Mar 2016 // 12:10 PM

All India Radio - “Galaxy of Light” (video) (premiere)

Australia's Martin Kennedy returns with a new album, The Slow Light, the tenth platter from his downtempo project All India Radio this April.

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Lincoln Durham - ‘Revelations of a Mind Unraveling’ (album stream) (premiere)

One-man Americana band Lincoln Durham sings and plays a mixed up gumbo of Southern roots music genres that crackle and pop with passion and intensity.

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23 Mar 2016 // 10:01 AM

Rain Man - “Bring Back the Summer” (feat. Oly) (video) (premiere)

Producer Rain Man's new single "Bring Back the Summer" featuring Oly is a massive earworm.

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Grace Kelly - “Blues For Harry Bosch” (Mocean Worker Remix) (video) (premiere)

Twenty-three-year-old jazz saxophonist and singer Grace Kelly creates compelling music for Amazon's Bosch TV show.

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Mark Mallman - ‘The End Is Not The End’ (album stream) (premiere)

For those who declare rock 'n' roll dead, Mallman convinces that rock can still give us something to believe in.

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Culture Belongs to the Alien in 'Spirits of Xanadu'

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"The symbols that the artifact in Spirits of Xanadu uses are esoteric -- at least for the average Western gamer. It is Chinese culture reflected back at us through the lens of alien understanding.

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