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Million Miles - “Ice Cream & Cigarettes” (video) (premiere)

French soul singer Million Miles emerges with a stunning new song announcing the arrival of a new talent.

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23 Aug 2017 // 10:49 AM

The Shins - “Half a Million” (Singles Going Steady)

There's a certain comfort in knowing that some things will stay the same over the decades.

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Andrew Belle - ‘Dive Deep’ (album stream) (premiere)

Singer-songwriter Andrew Belle offers up his most personal set of tunes yet on his new album Dive Deep.

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22 Aug 2017 // 8:56 AM

Miami Dolphins - “Fluoride” (audio) (premiere)

Miami Dolphins offer up angular guitars, funk bass and schnozzy talk singing for the iPhone generation on new single "Fluoride".

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Monogold - “Cinnamon” (video) (premiere)

Strangewave, here we come: Monogold's new video with animation only kids could come up with. Because they did.

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Sisters Allison Moorer and Shelby Lynne Cover Favorite Songs on Their First Duet Album

“When I hear those modern country records on the mainstream radio, I hear such a cynicism and darkness, it’s depressing to me,” Moorer said.

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18 Aug 2017 // 9:15 AM

Chase & Status - “Love Me More” ft. Emeli Sandé

This is a track built on a formula, but no formula exists to account for Sandé, and her performance is the kind of vocal that you scream along to, tears in your eyes, heart ready to burst.

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Valerie June and Dan Zanes - “Take This Hammer” (audio) (premiere)

Dan Zanes teams up with Valerie June on the brilliant remake of a 1942 Lead Belly single.

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End Christian - ‘Energy & Strength’ (album stream) (premiere)

Experimental Philadelphia collective End Christian explores darkness with the hope of radiating light into the world.

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Low Flying Hawks - “Space Wizard” (video) (premiere) (interview)

Mysterious, Krautrock-influenced sludge merchants team up with acclaimed Mexican film director, members of Melvins for new video.

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