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MP3: Pagiins – “What’s the Point?”

 
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MP3: Sleeper – “Ice House”


 
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Stream: The Walkmen – “We Can’t Be Beat”

The Walkmen realize music fans can be an impatient bunch, especially in regard to anticipating an album. So it’s great they haven’t been reluctant in streaming new material off their upcoming album Heaven, out May 2...
 
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MP3: Marissa Nadler – “Apostle”

Marissa Nadler unveiled another track off her upcoming album The Sister, out later this month on the 29th. "Apostle" is haunting and ethereal, like much of her work, and serves as a particular reminder how her voice elicits spi...

 
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MP3s: Kids

Kids is the indie-electronica  project of Stuart DeRouen and Devon Rea, who combine crisp funk and jazz-infused guitar leads with a lush electronic ambience.
 
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MP3: Paris – “Say It”

Swedish rockers Paris mix elements of '80s rock and synth-pop with a modern indie-rock flair.They've been around for a decade now and continue to refine their sound, which sits at a crossroads between the jangly rock of Frankie...

 
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Stream: The Manic Shine

The Manic Shine’s seemingly effortless amalgamation of deep guitars, enveloping progressive drums and anthemic vocals will appeal to fans of everything from Counting Crows (check the sky-rocketing melodies) to A Perfect C...
 
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Stream: Mojo Fury

Northern Irish rockers Mojo Fury are doing some pretty cool stuff at the moment, and they’re just about to tour and have some new material on the way. So, what’s the general buzz about this four-piece then? The dive...

 
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MP3 Premiere: Los Encantados – “Maritime” (Wagner’s Dither Down Disco Dub)

There was an overwhelmingly positive response to the Los Encantados streams last month, so this should make those new fans especially happy. Inside is the MP3 premiere for a dub-inspired remix of "Maritime".
 
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MP3: Trails And Ways – “Tereza”

Trails And Ways pursue an aggressive style of dream-pop, with alt-rock and industrial post-punk tendencies arising in much of their material, including on new track "Tereza".