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Maren Morris Is Showing Country How to Not Give a Shit About Its Expectations

As commercial country scrambles to define itself in the playlist era, Maren Morris makes evolving for the future sound easy.
Dacey Orr
9.28.16
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Towkio Is on a Vision Quest to Make Music More Mind-Bending

The Chicago experimentalist is ready to expand your ideas of SaveMoney and of consciousness itself.
Dan Hyman
9.15.16
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Josef Salvat Is Talking Sex, and It’s Time to Listen

This London-based singer holds a magnifying glass to his proclivities and yours, too.
Kim Taylor Bennett
8.17.16
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The Instantly Timeless Pop of Empty Houses

Two pop punk kids and an aspiring actress joined forces to make an instantly infectious Motown-inspired sound.
Dan Ozzi
7.13.16
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Ladies and Gentlemen, theMIND: A New Voice of Enlightenment

On his debut project 'Summer Camp,' the Chicago-based rapper delivers a crisply rendered exploration of the human condition.
Kyle Kramer
6.29.16
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Leaning into Imperfection: Welcome to the Weird, Wonderful World of Weaves

With their self-titled debut album, the band captures the unpredictable thrills that have already made them a live favorite and much-hyped new act.
Cam Lindsay
6.15.16
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This Feels Crazy, Yeah This Feels Different: Joey Purp's Moment of Clarity

With his new album 'iiiDrops,' the SaveMoney rapper pairs a keen eye for human behavior with hard-hitting raps ready to send him to a new level.
Kyle Kramer
6.1.16
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Chester Watson's Fantastic Visions

We spent 4/20 in LA talking high times and high anxiety with rap's 19-year-old mad genius.
Max Bell
5.18.16
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Gallant's Television Debut of 'Weight In Gold" Is a Thing of Beauty

Our Noisey Next alum came well-prepared to 'The Tonight Show.'
John Hill
5.13.16
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Head Wound City Is a Supergroup Aimed at Cracking Skulls Open

After a decade apart, members of Blood Brothers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and The Locust are back with their debut LP 'A New Wave of Violence.'
Brian Shultz
5.4.16
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He Hears Either Way: Julien Baker Is Writing a New Gospel for Broken Hearts

There are no sets, no backup singers, just a girl, her guitar, and the weight of crosses the Memphis singer-guitarist seems too young to bear.
Rebecca Haithcoat
4.20.16
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This Is Gallant's Golden Moment

Following marquee collaborations with the likes of ZHU and Jhene Aiko, R&B's dark horse steps out on his own with triumphant debut LP 'Ology.'
Jemayel Khawaja
4.6.16