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Major Lazer
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Diplo and Switch a.k.a Major Lazer – Get Free (ft. Amber from Dirty Projectors)

Posted December 12, 2012 by Kevin

Major Lazer dropped their sophomore album,  “Major Lazer Frees The Universe” back in May of this year.  In Get Free, DJ’s Diplo and Switch lace afro-pop over sythn beats and simmer it all down with Amber Coffman’s backing vocals as they engineer one of my favorite songs of the year. Enjoy!  

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Foals – Inhaler

Posted November 7, 2012 by Kevin

This. Is. Awesome. It all begins with a slinky guitar riff, a blazing funk bassline and the husky, crooning falsetto of Yannis Philippakis. It’s an intoxicating, sexy combination. As the track builds and expands, the guitars shimmer and blur, before crashing into a truly thunderous chorus of bass and guitar in rock-solid unison with Philappakis’ […]

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Timothy Carroll
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Timothy Carroll – If I Were You

Posted September 18, 2012 by Kevin

In January of this year, Brisbane born – Sweden based, Timothy Carroll went back into the studio and laid down the bed for his sophomore studio album, ‘When The Storms Would Come’.  From the first sounds of the new album, Carroll has made a pretty dramatic departure from the folk inspired core of his freshman work […]

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Paul Banks
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Paul Banks – The Base

Posted September 4, 2012 by Kevin

Earlier this summer Paul Banks (lead singer of everyone’s favorite Joy Division reincarnate, Interpol) released an EP under the moniker Julian Plenti; however starting in October, Banks will drop another EP under his last name, ‘Banks‘.  The Base is the first taste of the record and it’s just enough to hook me. Somewhere in between […]

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Yeasayer – Glass of the Microscope

Posted August 15, 2012 by Kevin

On Fragrant World, out August 21, it can be hard to tell where organic sounds end and electronic wizardry begins — a fitting mystery for a band so preoccupied with humanity’s ever-shifting place in the modern world. From the opening seconds of “Fingers Never Bleed” on, its worldview is fully realized, as a stormily off-kilter arrangement […]

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