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Little Dragon
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Little Dragon – Please Turn

Posted October 2, 2011 by Kevin

Little Dragon play soul music in constant search of a soul. The most rewarding part of listening to them, and (more specifically) their third LP Ritual Union, is watching them continually discover it in myriad ways. Ostensibly, this is dream pop from Sweden — which is hardly a development considered particularly noteworthy. Little Dragon, though, most effectively […]

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M83 – Midnight City

Posted September 25, 2011 by Kevin

M83 fans!  Anthony Gonzalez just announced the release of Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming on October 13th as a follow-up (finally!) to 2008’s masterpiece Saturdays=Youth. Kicker: It’s a DOUBLE album release.  Last year, he told Pitchfork, “For now, the direction of the album is very, very, very epic. Very orchestrated. I feel like it’s a mix of all my albums, […]

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Shearwater – Animal Life

Posted January 16, 2012 by Kevin

Austin’s own Shearwater will return early this year with their seventh studio album. It’s titled Animal Joy, and it’ll be released on February 14th by the band’s new label, Sub Pop Records. Recorded with producer Danny Reisch in Bridgeport, CT throughout most of 2011, the album features mainstays Jonathan Meiburg (vocals, guitar, and piano), Kimberly Burke (upright and […]

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Is Tropical

Posted September 27, 2011 by Sierra

Is Tropical are a London, veil-faced trio who notoriously gained exposure by throwing illegal squat concerts in an unoccupied toilet factory. Their sound compliments their raw and ruthless attitude with its bass-driven, energetic electro pop style. Faithful to their exotic name, the low-key members all sport psychedelic-print face coverings. Simon (vocals), Gary (bass), and Dom […]

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Bright Moments- “Milwaukee Protocol”

Posted March 11, 2012 by Sierra

Every music enthusiast should be familiar with Kelly Pratt–even if it is unbeknownst to the individual. The brass connoisseur has played and toured with Beirut, Arcade Fire, LCD Soundsystem, and The Maccabees. Under the moniker “Bright Moments,” Pratt takes the spotlight as a multi-faceted solo musician. Like his earlier work, these tracks are layered with ostentatious horns, diverse accordion parts, […]

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