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January 2015

Shady Elders - “The Night Air” (video) (Premiere)

"The Night Air" finds a black-and-white look into the past is met by an intoxicating, moody tune by the Denver group Shady Elders.


Arkells - Behind the Scenes of “Leather Jacket” (video) (Premiere)

Canadian indie rock outfit Arkells gives you a behind-the-scenes glance at the "choose your own adventure" video for "Leather Jacket". Disclaimer: several beers were involved in the making of this video.


Andrew Bryant - “Do What You Love” (audio) (Premiere)

The latest tune by the Water Liars drummer Andrew Bryant comes from "more than enough nights in a Motel 6 to last a lifetime".


Steve Earle and the Dukes - “You’re The Best Lover That I Ever Had” (video)

Americana hero Steve Earle returns with Terraplane releasing via New West on 17 February.


Grand Vapids - ‘Guarantees’ (album stream) (Premiere)

Guarantees may be an early-year indie sleeper, but with any luck its killer guitar riffs and subtle hooks will bring the Athens, Georgia group a new host of attention.


Sleater-Kinney - “The Fox” (From My Playlist)

Here are some reasons why Sleater-Kinney's "The Fox" is the greatest opening to a rock record ever.


Giorgio Moroder - “Right Here, Right Now (feat. Kylie Minogue)” (audio)

Those still wishing to lose themselves to dance through Giorgio Moroder's music, fear not: the disco legend is back with a brand new tune, as well as his first album in 30 years.


Nick Lutsko - “Predator” (audio) (Premiere)

Nick Lutsko's 2013 debut LP is folky with an eccentric undercurrent. With his new album, however, he goes a little off the reservation; as "Predator" evinces, this is definitely for the better.


Kool Stuff Katie - “Cars” (audio) (Premiere)

The beautiful and hip environs of Portland, Oregon, a catchy tune, and a duo with real chemistry... Kool Stuff Katie's "Cars" has it all.


David Corley - “Easy Mistake” (video) (Premiere)

"Easy Mistake", the downcast and somber tune by the gravel-voiced David Corley, now has a somber black-and-white music video to complement its gruff folk sonic.


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