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The Get Ahead - “Mind Is a Mountain” (video) (premiere)

"Mind is a Mountain" is an inspiring track of togetherness and perseverance from rising Americana quintet, the Get Ahead.

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16 Oct 2017 // 9:34 AM

U.S. Girls - “Mad As Hell” (Singles Going Steady)

"Mad As Hell" is a stark reminder that some aspects of the US haven’t changed much, no matter the resolution and color vibrancy of our current tech.

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Kris Delmhorst - “All the Way Around” (video) (premiere)

Kris Delmhorst produces a darkly and captivating Americana soundscape as she searches for a lost spark.

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Avi Jacob - “New England” (audio) (premiere)

Avi Jacob weaves a story of heartbreak and traveling home in this cozy, gospel-tinged Americana tune.

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Zuli - “ohfm” (audio) (premiere)

The melancholic sway of Zuli’s "ohfm" makes it a perfect autumn tune for indie rock fans.

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Envy on the Coast - “Virginia Girls” (video) (premiere)

Envy on the Coast wanted to make a video but couldn't fully translate their ideas about suburban boredom, so they took matters into their own hands.

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Gestures & Sounds - “The Last Day” (video) (premiere)

Picturesque views of Yosemite are given a soundtrack courtesy of this infectiously cozy indie folk tune from Gestures & Sounds.

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And So I Watch You From Afar - “Terrors of Pleasure” (audio) (premiere)

With "Terrors of Pleasure", Belfast's instrumental adventurists And So I Watch You From Afar put on a dazzling clinic of rhythmic dexterity.

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Darling West - “Traveller” (video) (premiere)

Layered, harmonic, and adventuresome music from the rising Nordic Americana band Darling West.

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11 Oct 2017 // 11:30 AM

Shigeto - “Barry White” feat. ZelooperZ (Singles Going Steady)

Shigeto’s polished beats set an intriguing stage for ZelooperZ, whose sharp sense of rhythm makes for nimble rapping.

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

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"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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