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Mega Ran “Tokyo Hands” Chip-Hop allstar Mega Ran teams up with Doug Funnie and Mr. Miranda for this homage to that island nation sweetheart of nerdcore: Japan. The three emcees penned this track after returning from a two week tour of the aforementioned country. The single “is produced by RANA,Read More →

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Holy Fawn “Reykur” Sivan Talmor “Fire” Jared & The Mill “Keep Me Going” Grace Joyner “Dreams” Bryant Vazquez “S.A.D.” Rathbone “Repeat Violence” Whesli “Lost Love” [removed by artist]Read More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor Although it wasn’t touted as such, last month’s 7 Seriously Stellar Music Videos were actually all hand-picked by Senior Editor Carly Schorman for that specific post. So, of course, I thought to myself, “Hey, I can do that!” Throw in some animation, a hiphop-jazz ensemble, recycled film,Read More →

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Sarah Klang “Sleep” Angel Olsen “Sister” Kishi Bashi “Hey Big Star” Skating Polly “Picker of His Words” The Handsome Family “Tiny Tina” Mass Gothic “Nice Night” La Lenguas “Broken Heart Disease”  Read More →

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Diners “Plastic Cactus”  Diners is gearing up for a new release next week through Diet Pop Records. But, while you’re biding your time for the new album to drop, fans can enjoy “Plastic Cactus”, the first single from Three. On the new track, you’ll hear the chaste summertime indie pop that hasRead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor Digital Persuasion “Bad Moon” Don’t even get me started on chillwave. For some reason, this word is attached to every unbearably boring album assembled in some suburbanite’s bedroom. When I saw the descriptor “chillwave” on Digital Persuasion’s new two-track release, I grew nauseous… it had alreadyRead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor RØÅR Impossible Animals Local sweethearts of the music scene, RØÅR, recently released a new LP at the end of April. Impossible Animals reconfirms Roar’s status as one of the bands you should be keeping an eye (or ear) on. “Dream” opens the album. A befitting position forRead More →