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Django Django – WOR

Posted March 19, 2013 by Kevin

One of my favorite up-and-comers (just fell outside my top 10 of 2012, at #11).  If you haven’t given their self titled (Mercury-Prize nominated) 2012 release a serious listen, you are missing out.  The Scottish four piece just dropped one of the coolest music videos in recent memory, full of death-defying acrobatics, flying metal and […]

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Yo La Tengo – I’ll Be Around

Posted March 18, 2013 by Kevin

It’s been 4 years since we last heard from our favorite Hoboken trio.  Since Fade dropped back in January (the bands 13th album), I’ve been passively listening to it, feeling reunited with an old friend.  This album is noticeably quieter than their others.  And it’s much simpler too.  But don’t mistake the simplicity with thin […]

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Beach House – Forever Still

Posted March 17, 2013 by Kevin

Beach House team up with Pitchfork to perform live, and film, 4 songs from Bloom in this atmospheric (Live At Pompeii, inspired) short film, including Wild, The Hours, Wishes, and Irene.  Shot from dusk to dawn, traveling to a bunch of different breathtaking locations in Texas.  

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It’s JT Time

Posted March 15, 2013 by Chris

While it has been streaming via iTunes this week (http://www.itunes.com/JT), Justin Timberlake’s third album as a solo artist, The 20/20 Experience,  “officially” drops on Tuesday. And that’s kind of a big deal. I got my physical copy of the thing earlier this week (I have my sources), and I feel obligated to tell you folks […]

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CHVRCHES – Recover

Posted March 15, 2013 by Kevin

Hailing from Glasgow, the electro-pop trio better know as CHVRCHES has the current scene all up in a buzz. Just recently they came fifth in BBC’s most promising act of 2013 and have gotten some good nods from music blogs the world over. Neon Gold described their sound as “a godless hurricane of kinetic pop […]

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