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CocoRosie: Gravediggress
Adhering to their usual voodoo pop sound, CocoRosie drop an unorthodoxly romantic track with impeccable timing.

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Throwback Thursday: Flowerz
This week’s throwback is D.J. and producer Armand Van Helden, who in 1999 released an album entitled 2 Future 4 U. 

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MNDR: Feed Me Diamonds (RAC Remix)
Is gluttony and excess so wrong?

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Drake: Started From The Bottom
I’m loving the latest release from Drake “Started From the Bottom”, which depicts the rags to riches progression to his lifestyle today.

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Foxygen: On Blue Mountain
If you haven’t listened to We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors Of Peace & Magic, put it on your to-do list – ASAP. It’s the sophomore EP released this year from LA based duo Foxygen.

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Pantha Du Prince feat. Panda Bear: Stick To My Side
Although this song isn’t the newest, I haven’t been able to get it out of my head as of late. Pantha du Prince teamed up with Panda Bear on his 2010 EP Black Noise for the track “Stick To My Side”, both opposites of the sonic spectrum which results in a flawless harmony: Noah Lennox […]

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Throwback Thursday: New Edition
Today’s Throwback is the 1984 hit “Cool It Now” by New Edition, progenitors of the boy band movement of the 1980s and 1990s who led the way for groups like New Kids on the Block, Boyz II Men, Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync.

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Javelin: Hi Beams
A NY/LA pair, an album title “No Más”, sounds of pixelated 80s together island electro-pop. Oh, and blowing up the SXSW radar.

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New Depeche Mode + Video: Heaven
Depeche Mode are back, with a new single “Heaven” from their forthcoming album Delta Machine. The accompanying video, directed by Timothy Saccenti, features goth imagery prominently as the band performs from within a weathered church.

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Video: Woodkid “I Love You”
Yoann Lemoine, Polish-French music video director and creative extraordinaire, has directed music videos for top artists such as Lana Del Rey (Born To Die), Katy Perry (Teenage Dream) and Taylor Swift (Back To December), but this time he gets behind the lens (again) for his very own.