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Parcels: Overnight
A five-member Australian group based in Berlin, Parcels received a production (and writing) assist from Daft Punk on their latest Kitsuné Music single, "Overnight." The disco-infused track grooves along—with sunshine extending from all angles. It's...
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The Technicolors: Reptilia
One day after their riveting new single "Impostor!" released, The Technicolors return (or, lead singer Brennan Smiley does) with a powerful rendition of The Strokes' "Reptilia." Accompanied by the Atlas String Quartet—who deliver elegant, emotionally...
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Wu-Tang Clan: Don't Stop
Thus far in 2017, TV shows have had a profound impact on people's music consumption habits (Big Little Lies and the Young Pope included). Out tomorrow, the official Silicon Valley soundtrack has already graced us with new work from producer Hudson...
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Arcade Fire: Creature Comfort
As anticipation reaches critical mass for their 28 July Everything Now album release, the Arcade Fire have just unleashed a hyper-active satirical video for the track "Creature Comfort." While the band, dressed in matching futuristic costumes, plays...
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Kali Uchis feat. Jorja Smith: Tyrant
One of the most anticipated albums of the year, Kali Uchis' forthcoming full length will include "Tyrant," released today in vibrant video form, directed by HELMI. The singer, songwriter and producer's dual language track delights with layers of sonic...
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Mobb Deep: Give Up The Goods
Prodigy, one half of the legendary hip hop duo Mobb Deep, passed away today at just 42 years old. Known for their brooding, sometimes eerie sound, Mobb Deep is widely considered one of New York's most influential hardcore rap groups. Their second album...
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Fischerspooner: Have Fun Tonight
The first track from NYC-based electro duo Fischerspooner (aka Warren Fischer and Casey Spooner) in some eight years, "Have Fun Tonight" is a dark, sexy electro track that encourages having romantic fun without your partner. The infectious dance tune...
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SG Lewis feat. Toulouse: Times We Had
Producer SG Lewis has teamed up with NYC-based vocalist Toulouse for a genre-bending tune that's as sparkly as it is soulful. "Times We Had" takes tips from multiple genres including R&B, disco, soul and dark dance—with bright synths and a funky bass...
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Moby + The Void Pacific Choir: In This Cold Place
Moby continues his string of surprise releases, after last week's new Void Pacific Choir collaborative album dubbed More Fast Songs About The Apocalypse. The latest drop is a clever, colorful animated video for "In This Cold Place." The vision of satirical...
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Frankie Rose: Trouble
If there's one takeaway from singer Frankie Rose's new single "Trouble" it's that trouble will in fact follow you, even through trippy science fiction-like drama. This is experimental synth and drum beat-driven pop with likable lyrical repetition...
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Queens of the Stone Age: The Way You Used To Do
With production by the sonic wizard Mark Ronson, one might expect the forthcoming Queens of the Stone Age album Villains (out 25 August) to be a departure from their hard rock soundscape. But, if new single "The Way You Used To Do" hints toward greater...
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Denitia: Waiting
Vibrant, soulful and teeming with optimism, "Waiting" marks the solo debut of NYC-based singer Denitia Odigie (formerly of Denitia and Sene). The upbeat instrumentation supporting her vocals incorporates everything from synths to sax but the percussion...
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