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25 May 2016 // 2:20 PM

Filastine - “The Cleaner (Abandon: Part II)” (video) (premiere)

Filastine specializes in a cinematic brand of electronic music that utilizes many global influences alongside found sounds, percussion, vocals, and acoustic instruments.

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Rachael Sage - “I Don’t Believe It” (video) (premiere)

Rachel Sage has created an uplifting and powerful piece of music that speaks to the pain caused to her from a young life filled with bullying.

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - “Dance Off” feat. Idris Elba (Singles Going Steady)

It's an enigma that the same Macklemore who made "Same Love", "Wings" and "White Priviledge II" could make such banal, in-bad-taste dancehall hip-hop.

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Western Centuries - “Hallucinations” (audio) (premiere)

Seattle's Western Centuries keep the fire alight for real honest to goodness honky tonk country music.

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Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - “Enola Gay” (1980) (Singles Going Steady Classic)

"Enola Gay" is perhaps the quintessential embodiment of OMD's sound -- a romantic epic told through two alternating, and often intersecting, synthpop riffs.

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Watch the First Episode of New TNT Drama Series ‘Animal Kingdom’ (sponsor)

Watch the pilot episode of the thrilling new TNT series, Animal Kingdom, which debuts on TV June 14th.

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24 May 2016 // 1:05 PM

Hazmat Modine - “Moving Stones” (video) (premiere)

Hazmat Modine return with their third album that highlights their 10-year history and their adventures traveling the world, absorbing new influences and spreading American roots musics far and wide.

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23 May 2016 // 4:10 PM

At Billboard Music Awards, Ulterior Motives Rule

Nobody goes to the Billboard Music Awards to find out who won -- not even the nominated artists.

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23 May 2016 // 10:09 AM

Derik Hultquist - “My New Orleans” (audio) (premiere)

Derik Hultquist's Southern Iron is a well-crafted set of original songs living in the country/pop sphere.

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‘I, Daniel Blake’ Wins the Palme d’Or, If Not Popular Favor

The Palme d’Or on Sunday went to British filmmaker Ken Loach for I, Daniel Blake, the on-the-nose narrative of working-class folks getting the runaround from an unfeeling government welfare bureaucracy.

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You Should Dance Like Gene Kelly Today

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"In the glut of new "holidates", April and May offer two holidays celebrating the millions who preserve and promote the art of dance

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