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Thursday, Sep 4, 2014
After many years of waiting, it is finally here: a new Aphex Twin track, the cryptically titled "minipops 67 (120.2)(source field mix)".

It’s been a long 13 years since the last Aphex Twin album, Drukqs, but now the world need wait no longer. Just recently Richard D. James, the man behind the Aphex Twin moniker, announced a new studio album, Syro. Now you can stream the first track off the LP, the cryptically titled “minipops 67 (120.2)(source field mix)”.


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Thursday, Sep 4, 2014
"Sentimentalist", the stunning, emotionally wrenching centerpiece to Sondre Lerche's forthcoming pop masterpiece Please, is available to stream through Brooklyn Vegan.

Coming off of his understated 2011 self-titled LP, Norwegian art pop crooner Sondre Lerche is about to release his boldest and best recording yet, the stunning Please. Known for a quirky, jazz-inflected, and highly accessible pop style, Lerche pulls out all the stops with Please, an album whose heartbreak-centric lyrics is likely informed by his recent divorce.


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Thursday, Sep 4, 2014
The Finnish melodic doom metal outfit Ghost Brigade has just announced its newest studio outing, IV: One With the Storm, and have released an audio teaser in anticipation of its release.

Following two stellar releases, 2009’s Isolation Songs and 2011’s Until Fear No Longer Defines Us, Finnish melodic doom outfit Ghost Brigade has just announced its fourth studio recording, IV: One With the Storm.


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Thursday, Sep 4, 2014
Take a quick jump back in time to ten years ago, when The Ocean Blue first released its Waterworks EP, with a first look at the video for the previously unreleased track "Can't Let Go".

Ten years ago, the Pennsylvania-based veteran indie outfit the Ocean Blue released the now rare EP Waterworks. Well, rather, it was until recently rare, as the group announced that it would be re-releasing the EP in addition to several unreleased tracks, recorded around the same time as the EP. Now, Waterworks has the feel of a full-length release.


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Wednesday, Sep 3, 2014
Fans of rock 'n' roll at its most vintage should give Paul Collins' retro Feel the Noise several listens.

Paul Collins sounds like a guy who not only loves rock ‘n’ roll; he sounds like he’s spent his whole life living it. Feel the Noise, his latest studio effort, captures the spirit of a musician who has grown comfortably into his style. After years of playing in power pop groups like the Nerves and the Beat, Collins has continued to smartly integrate the distorted side of his rock ‘n’ roll with a keen ear for affable hooks.


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