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Stream Chance the Rapper tourmate Sweater Beats's fizzy 'Cloud City' EP

In the two years since his single “MLLN DLLR” put him on the map Brooklyn beat maker Antonio Cuna, a.k.a. Sweater Beats, has accumulated an enviable list of co-signs from important figures in EDM and hip-hop, the two genres that he blends in his music to giddy, effervescent effect. 171 more words

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Get a taste of synesthesia with Deep Sea Diver's vibrant 'One by One' video

Jessica Dobson has spent the past few years as a guitarist for hire, with a résumé that includes stints playing with Beck, The Shins, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Spoon, and The Divine Fits. 149 more words

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Electropop chanteuse Chela channels vintage Madonna on 'Handful of Gold'

EW recently reported that IHEARTCOMIX, stalwart pillar of the LA dance music community, is launching a new singles-only label called IHC 1NFINITY. Now we’ve got a first look at some of the music they’ll be releasing. 131 more words

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My Gold Mask finds goth-pop ecstasy on 'Explode'

Chicagoans Gretta Rochelle and Jack Armondo have been making music together for almost as long as they’ve been romantically involved.

After playing in a “sex rock” band together for a few years, they launched… 188 more words

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DMA's give the Britpop revival a boost with 'Laced'

It’s been 19 years since Oasis released (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?, so it’s about time for Britpop to have another day in the sun. 133 more words

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Ta-ku puts a dreamy spin on Young & Sick's 'Heartache Fetish'

Young & Sick is the brainchild of Dutch artist Nick Van Hofwegen, a multimedia project that encompasses not only his visual art (which has graced the covers of records by Maroon 5, Robin Thicke, and Foster the People, among others) but also the music he produces under the same alias. 98 more words

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Museum of Love combines synthesizers, sculpture, and sadness on 'The Who's Who of Who Cares'

Like their DFA label mates, Museum of Love‘s Pat Mahoney and Dennis McNany make music that seems to come from an alternate universe where guitar-based rock ‘n’ roll died out in the late ’70s and was replaced by electronic musicians with analog gear and more delicately nuanced sensibilities who in the timeline we inhabit have been relegated to cult status. 118 more words

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