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August 2014

Late Summer 2014 New Music Playlist

Eighteen new songs with notes (and a quiz) to extend the summer vibe.


Lili Haydn - “Elephant Trapeze (Welcome to LiliLand) (ft. Blake Mills)” (audio) (Premiere)

The latest track from Lili Haydn, the "Jimi Hendrix of the violin", is the tantalizing opener to her latest studio record, Lililand.


Bee vs. Moth - “Problems With Crowds” (audio) (Premiere)

The jazzy stylings of Bee vs. Moth are imbued with a punk effervescence of the kind heard in groups like Bomb the Music Industry!


Tetherball - “Bootss” (audio) (Premiere)

Tetherball's brand of catchy rock and roll is equal parts the Cars and the White Stripes.


Oasis - “She’s Electric” (Demo) (audio)

Oasis releases stream of the demo for "She's Electric" from the forthcoming Super Deluxe Box Set of (What's The Story) Morning Glory? dropping 30 September.


HEIDEMANN - “Orphan” EP (stream) (Premiere)

Backed only by synths, bass, and analog drum machines, HEIDEMANN lets her strong vocals soar on her debut EP.


The Frail - “LoveDeathLegend” (album stream) (Premiere)

The lush, synth-driven environs of the Frail's LoveDeathLegends is perfect for fans of Hot Chip and Michael Jackson.


Sleepless Inn - “Escalators” (audio) (Premiere)

Detroit duo craft a tapestry of lush dream pop and supple vocals in new single, "Escalators".


The Gaslight Anthem - “Get Hurt” (Live at Wal-Mart Soundcheck) (video)

The Gaslight Anthem brings a full-throated rock and roll approach to its performance of many of the tunes on, Get Hurt, their latest studio outing, live on the Wal-Mart Soundcheck stage.


Capital Cities - “One Minute More” (video)

"One Minute More" finds Capital Cities skillfully balancing pop accessibility while also emphasizing their indie rock roots.


July 2014

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