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Dina Maccabee - ‘The World is in the Work’ (album stream) (premiere)

With just her viola and her laptop, Maccabee develops an intricate world throughout an album made in a single day.

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Christian Lopez - “1972” (audio) (premiere)

Americana/alt-country artist Christian Lopez sings an ode to his 1972 International Scout truck on the new single "1972".

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Common Deer - “Glass” (video) (premiere)

This latest offering from the Canadian "orchestral indie" quintet is a charming and somber gem.

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Melville - ‘The New Zero’ (album stream) (premiere)

Captivating melodies meld with layered instrumentation on the latest from the Portland indie rockers Melville.

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Tom Irwin - “If She Will” (audio) (premiere)

Tom Irwin's reflective, plaintive voice makes him an Americana up-and-comer to watch.

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15 Aug 2017 // 10:53 AM

Iglooghost - “Bug Thief” (Singles Going Steady)

A tasty treat: a mash of electronic sounds, accidents, loops and ambient noise served lightly over happy spirits.

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Moxi - “Figures Bathed in Light” (video) (premiere)

Moxi creates "beautiful, creepy, strange, and dreamy" electropop birthed out of a near-fatal car crash.

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Elvis Presley’s Pre-RCA Years Are Documented on ‘A Boy From Tupelo’

This latest archival release culls every existing professional recording the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll made before he jumped to RCA Records and became a national and international phenomenon in 1956.

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14 Aug 2017 // 11:51 AM

The Wild Reeds Are Growing Like Crazy

The tie that binds the band’s sound is the ethereal harmonies the three women achieve on stage and in the studio.

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14 Aug 2017 // 8:38 AM

Gorillaz - “Strobelite” (Singles Going Steady)

In terms of Humanz, it's one of the best tracks as Peven Everett questions our hard-heartedness and inability to come together as a society.

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How It Slips Away: 'The Breaking Point' Crosses Hemingway With Noir

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"Whether we've seen or read the story before, we ache for these sympathetic, floundering people presented to us gravely and without cynicism, even when cynical themselves.

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