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Single Serving: Pale. – Rundown

February 17th, 2014 Pale - Rundown

I’m feeling the early jams from London-based duo Pale. Their atmospheric new single “Rundown” is a balance of contrasts floating smoke-like between downbeat simmering ballad and vibing r&b jam. Meanwhile, the previously release single “Fearing Faces” is a smooth midnight-lit groove with a driving rhythm and neon-synths. Definitely take a listen. P.S. only 5 copies […]

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Turntable Kitchen’s Valentine’s Day Mixtape

February 14th, 2014 Turntable Kitchen

Happy Valentine’s Day friends! We’ve prepped a little impromptu mix that we hope will help enhance that lovin’ feelin’ in your home – or, you know, just inspire you to rock out. It’s what we’ll be listening to today. As usual, it’s a pretty eclectic mix ranging from Otis Redding and Nina Simone to Ty […]

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Single Serving: Oscar Key Sung – Holograms

February 13th, 2014 oks

Australian experimental r&b wizard Oscar Key Sung is finally prepped to release the follow up to his Tape Voice EP via Melbourne-based Two Bright Lakes on March 3rd. Naturally, we’re beyond excited to get our hands on it. While we wait we’re just going to have to settle for obsessing over his new single “Holograms.” […]

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Single Serving: RAINER – Satin

February 12th, 2014 RAINER

RAINER is the project of London-based duo Rebekah Raa (formerly of Stricken City) & producer Casually Here. They recently released a 4-track debut EP which is very good and pretty much solid all the way through. Nonetheless, the highlight is the sultry groove “Satin.” Draped with a soft layer of synth-sheen and skipping beats, it’s both […]

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Single Serving: Paul Conrad – Heresy Baby + Go Crazy (Young Jeezy Cover)

February 12th, 2014 Paul Conrad

Sydney, Autralia native Paul Conrad may become your new music obsession. His latest original single “Heresy Baby” is built around a steamy, simmering melody with an incredibly catchy hook. It’s hardly a straight-forward pop song, but Conrad proves he isn’t afraid of a strong groove or a cinematic build. It was, in part, that song that […]

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Musical Pairings: Angel Olsen – Burn Your Fire For No Witness

February 11th, 2014 Angel Olsen - Burn Your Fire For No Witness

Angel Olsen describes her latest album Burn Your Fire For No Witness LP as a “a collection of songs grown in a year of heartbreak, travel, and transformation.” You could simplify even that relatively concise description by noting that, on it’s very surface, it’s an album about passion. Indeed, no matter how you hash it […]

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The 15 Best New Bands You Need To Hear Now

February 10th, 2014 the 15 best new bands you need to hear now

I know I’m not alone in recognizing that in the past few years music culture evolves at a ridiculously fast pace. And, unless you’re a music blogger or music critic, it’s hard to stay on top of all of the best and quickest rising bands and artists. Just last October we listed our Top 25 […]

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Single Serving: Gallant – Forfeit

February 7th, 2014 Gallant - Forfeit

I’m about to make your day. Or, rather, LA-based r&b crooner Gallant is about to make your day – if you haven’t already heard his smooth jams yet.  His latest single “Forfeit” was produced by Felix Snow and is so so necessary right now. Warped with just the right amount of tape hiss the mesmerizing […]

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Single Serving: SALES – Chinese New Year

February 6th, 2014 SALES - Chinese New Year

For those who are just joining us, Florida-based SALES (a.k.a. duo Lauren Morgan & Jordan Shih) have been making us swoon with their stripped-down and ridiculously catchy jams for a few weeks now. Their latest single “Chinese New Year” sports a guitar riff and melody as buoyant as  anything from Francoise Hardy’s ye-ye girl years alongside […]

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Single Serving: Mzwètwo – Gallantino EP

February 5th, 2014 Mzwètwo

Sure, 19-year old New Zealand-native Mzwètwo (pronounced Mz-way-two) has only released three jams, but when those tracks are this creative, engaging, genre-bending, and experimental – it’s easy to get a little carried away. I’ll restrain myself from hurling around all of the superlatives that come to mind, but it’s safe to say that the Gallantino EP is worth […]

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