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Malika's R&B Burrows into Love's Awkward, Painful Grey Areas

You know that thing where you're dating someone, and one day you look at them and are like '…idk about this??' The Londoner's set that to song.
Tshepo Mokoena
a day ago
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This New Compilation Wants to Share Mongolian Folk Metal With the World

Stream 'Sound of the Raging Steppe,' a new compilation of five Mongolian and Kazakh folk-influenced heavy metal bands.
Kim Kelly
a day ago
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Margo Price's New Video Shows All America Has to Offer

In addition to premiering a clip for "All American Made," the country singer weighs in on the midterm elections, gun violence, and the change she’s fighting for.
Matt Williams
2 days ago
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Dance Your Sadness Away to Methyl Ethel's New Song "Real Tight"

We're premiering the Perth producer's new single and Matt Sav-directed video, the second from his new record 'Triage', out on 4AD and Dot Dash in February.
Shaad D’Souza
11.9.18
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Icelandic Post-Punks Kaelan Mikla Go Dark on Their New LP

Stream the otherworldly trio's euphoric, Cure-approved new album, 'Nótt eftir nótt'
Kim Kelly
11.9.18
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Kira Make Bright, Sticky Pop Music About Emotional Vulnerability

The London duo's new song “That Would Be a Lie” sounds kind of like an 80s electro pop Fleetwood Mac.
Daisy Jones
11.8.18
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Rose Droll's New Single Makes a Case for Keeping Pop Weird

"Fat Duck" is the latest track from her forthcoming debut 'Your Dog,' a record that seems intent on pulling sounds from as many worlds as it can.
Colin Joyce
11.8.18
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Julian Lynch's First Single in Five Years Is Peacefully Freaked Out

On January 18, the songwriter will release 'Rat's Spit,' his first album since 2013. Its lead single "Meridian" is billowing, beautiful, and bleak.
Colin Joyce
11.8.18
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This John K. Samson Song Will Keep You Warm Through the Winter

The former Weakerthans’ frontman covers a track by Christine Fellows for Kevin Devine’s split seven-inch series.
Dan Ozzi
11.8.18
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Arin Ray Makes Arguments Feel Like Poetry in the Video for "Damn"

The Cincinnati native is blending R&B, hip-hop, and jazz on his debut album 'Platinum Fire.'
Kristin Corry
11.7.18
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Competition's Sample-Pop Is Beautifully Broken

'You turned into a painting,' out 7 November on Slip Imprint, pulls together seven bruised tracks that are incredibly catchy, and feel like they're about to fall apart.
Colin Joyce
11.6.18
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There's Something About The Marías

The bilingual Los Angeles psych-soul quintet blurs the lines between decades, genres, and cultures on their newly released 'Superclean, Vol. II' EP. Their new music video for "Over the Moon" continues the streak.
John Ochoa
11.5.18