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Hear Rachael Yamagata and John Medeski cover Robert Altman's 'Let's Begin Again'

Over the course of a long and illustrious career, Robert Altman managed to do pretty much every job that goes into making a movie, including writing songs for soundtracks. 151 more words

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Synthpop auteur Harrison Scott shares retro-fied 'Silence Into Noise' video

New York-based Harrison Scott has a real knack for emulating the sounds of ’80s synthpop, but it’s the little tweaks that he throws into the proven formula–like the Auto Tune-esque vocoder–that make his new single… 101 more words

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Bahamas unveils a video for the viral hit 'All the Time' (aka that song from the James Franco smartphone ad)

Canadian auteur Afie Jurvanen released his first album under his nom de rock Bahamas back in 2009, has shared bills with Wilco and Jack Johnson, and was nominated for his home country’s top musical awards multiple times, but it took a smartphone commercial for him to finally break through in the States. 273 more words

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Stream an exclusive remix from the upcoming Deadmau5 retrospective

On Monday, EDM icon Deadmau5 will release 5 Years of Mau5, a double album of greatest hits and remixes by dance music luminaries like Dillon Francis and Nero. 215 more words

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Leighton Meester and Gillian Jacobs talk Tinder in 'Life Partners'

Some nights you browse Tinder hoping for a good match. Other nights you lie in bed with your best friend examining each others’ boobs. Or, in the case of Sasha and Paige in  279 more words

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Hear Ballroom Cancer's fascinatingly weird 'Misinterest'

Boulder, Colorado-based sonic auteur Jake Sheppard used to play under the un-Googleable alias Animals, but before releasing his debut EP Lightning, No? he switched to the more evocative (and considerably weirder) moniker… 49 more words

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Stream an EP of cathartic synthpop by L.A. duo Radar Cult

These days you can barely swing a MIDI controller without hitting a synthpop band, but LA duo Radar Cult sets itself apart from an increasingly crowded field not only by tapping into the slightly menacing analog tones of vintage John Carpenter scores, but by infusing their music with real emotion. 69 more words

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