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Bat for Lashes shares spooky video for "Sunday Love" -- watch

Bat for Lashes’s forthcoming album The Bride tells the sad tale of a woman who loses her fiancé to a car crash on the day of their wedding.  104 more words

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Did I Build This Ship to Wreck?

Hi guys, I’ve been meaning to write about Florence + The Machine for a looooong time and am DYING to share it with you!! Also, 2016 hasn’t been a kind year for artists. 721 more words

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Video: Vyctoria - IV

A walk through a forest can be terrifying. A walk through a forest can also be a healthy way to achieve mindfulness. Heck, a walk through the forest can be just that: a gallivanting ramble through nature. 205 more words

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In Rotation: Bryan Deister's "Spines of the Heart"

by Tirhakah Love (@GoonTherapy)

As dispirited as Bryan Deister’s piano seems, his electronic keystrokes articulate a seemingly contradictive vitality found in lonesomeness. Fans of Jeff Buckley’s warble and Sufjan Stevens multi-instrumental sprawl will feel right at home on Deister’s  334 more words

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Mutual Benefit shares lush new song "The Hereafter" — listen

Skip a Sinking Stone, Mutual Benefit’s follow-up to 2013 debut Love’s Crushing Diamond, is looking more promising than ever. After releasing single… 236 more words

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Beirut - Gulag Orkestar

At seventeen years old, New Mexico native Zach Condon dropped out of community college and flew to Eastern/Central Europe with his brother, where he traveled with gypsy bands and studied indigenous folk cultures in the Baltics and former USSR.1 Upon returning, the young musician started a one-man project2 called “Beirut,” through which he created music in memory of his travels and in recognition of the broad European cultural milieu that is at the heart of so much conflict yet even more spirit. 562 more words

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