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The Smiling Lies are a young group from York, PA that describe themselves as a mixture of "the Arctic Monkeys, Bombay Bicycle Club, Graham Coxon, and a little crack cocaine."

 
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Contrary to their name, The Twees produce hook-filled garage-rock with hints of The Strokes and The Charlatans UK. Lead single "Tempermental Health" is heavy on rhythm guitars, the clanging twinkling of keys, and joyous harmonies.

 
 
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Chromatics released a video for “Back From the Grave”, directed by frequent collaborator Alberto Rossini. The footage was shot in 2010 at Rossini’s chalet, and the assortment of vague close-ups and neon reflec...

 
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MP3s: I Used To Be A Sparrow

 
March 8, 2012
 



By way of both Italy and Sweden, I Used To Be A Sparrow consist of two members with varying stylistic preferences and home countries. The result is charming and melodic indie-pop. Download their lead single "Life Is Good" and b...

 
 
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Sharon Van Etten released the video for “Leonard”, a standout on her acclaimed new album Tramp. Director Sam Zimman takes us through a hazy road trip, coming across both rural neighborhoods and scaling urban archite...

 
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"Myth" is the first revealed song off Beach House's widely anticipated album Bloom, which is allegedly out May 15th via Sub Pop. There was no official confirmation of the album prior to this track, which was released on the ban...

 
 
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"Museum Day" is a fascinating epic from newly announced supergroup s / s / s, consisting of Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux and Serengeti. The initial vocals seem suitable for ambient synth-pop, with the type of stretching distortion t...

 
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MP3: Woods – Wind Was the Wine Woods premiered a new track off their upcoming split LP with Amps for Christ. “Wind Was the Wine” is a brief piece of shimmering pop, touting both gleeful psych-pop and expansive...