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Pat Campo – “Without Me”

First things first: maybe I’m late to the party, but this is the first 360° music video I’ve seen – and it’s pretty cool. The possibilities are fun to think about. It’s also a great way to get view...
 
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Sister Wanzala – “Bleach”

“Bleach” from alternative trio Sister Wanzala succeeds in merging the group’s seemingly disparate musical influences. The brothers who make up the Bradford, UK outfit cite everyone from Steely Dan to D’A...

 
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Enea – “21”

Detroit-based Enea has been rapping since he was 8, though just went solo with his first mixtape – Accept Me – last year. His single “21” looks particularly primed to guide him toward a big 2016, showing...
 
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Fly By Night – “Fly By Night Moves”

It’s been fun to watch Minneapolis-based rapper Vision the Kid (Jordan Sandvig) expand his sound over the years; 2014’s “Devil” touted a polished radio-ready sound with straightforward appeal, but last y...

 
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Bienart – “Surgeon”

Off Bienart’s most recent album, “Surgeon” shows the Chicago-based singer/songwriter touting a polished and striking sound, which here will sound reminiscent of Beck to many. The heavy bass, active percussion,...
 
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Jim Wellman – “Probably Good”

“Probably Good” is a smoothly nostalgic burst of suave infectiousness, its general direction reminiscent of The Style Council’s eclectic jazz/funk/soul stylings. The comparison makes sense from a stylistic and...

 
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Keez – “Motorcycle”

WATER CREATURES by KEEZ (Brad Jones) Going under the alias Keez, Brad Jones constructs memorable infectiousness with his eclectic taste and songwriting experience. Funk, R&B, and psychedelia are a handful at the forefront, ...
 
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Hollywood Principle – “Firework”

I know I’m not alone in my Rocket League obsession. The game – where players maneuver a rocket-powered car under soccer-esque rules – has become a hit on both PC and PS4 since its July 7th release. There are u...

 
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Goldwash – “Waited Too Long”

“Waited Too Long” is a funk-tinged gem from Goldwash whose melodic build-up and hypnotic allure is reminiscent of Toro y Moi and James Blake. Minimalist percussion and warbly synths lead toward an effervescent erupt...
 
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Gumshen – “Be Here and Now”

DigiBites by Gumshen A year ago, Gumshen’s track “Bell Ringer” alerted me to the Seattle-based group’s eclectic reach; the seven-minute epic traversed everywhere from psych-rock in the vein of Pink Floyd...