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Electronic, synthpop, neo-classical and more in this week's musical wrap-up

Wild Nothing: Partners In Motion From Wild Nothing’s fourth album Indigo, set for release in August, comes “Partners in Motion” which blends ’80s new wave influences with gauzy dream-pop and flawless contemporary production styles. The result is rich, but hazy, and ultimately, dynamic. Wild Nothing will be touring the new record across the US in October. Polo & Pan: Canopée Stepping up to the challenge …

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Shapeshifting electronic, synthpop bops, auto-tuned soul and more in music this week

Interpol: The Rover With a sonic force that’s easy to appreciate, “The Rover” announces Interpol’s return. The track, a first glimpse at their forthcoming Marauder album, marks their first release with producer Dave Fridmann. It feels much like a turbo-charged joyride and that’s certainly welcome from the NYC rockers. Dorian Electra: Career Boy Super-heavy on the synths, Dorian Electra’s new track “Career Boy” is a …

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Vale Prodigy of Mobb Deep, a soulful tune from SG Lewis, new music by Fischerspooner and more in our musical round-up

Mobb Deep: Give Up The Goods Prodigy, one half of the legendary hip hop duo Mobb Deep, passed away this week 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, the cinematic The Infamous (1995) delivered some of the group’s best-known tracks—perhaps most famously “Shook …