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Here’s Sadie Jemmett with “London Love Songs” from her 2014 album These Days.

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Here’s Toronto pop group Alvvays with the “Adult Diversion” from their upcoming debut album.

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LIZ – All Them Boys

by Cap'n Carrot on December 24, 2013 · 0 comments

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Here’s R&B artist LIZ with her third single “All Them Boys.”

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NPR Music’s 50 Favorite Albums Of 2013 includes The Flaming Lips’ The Terror, Haim’s Days are Gone, Sky Ferreira’s Night Time, My Time, and Vampire Weekend’s Modern Vampires of the City.

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Here’s Glee star Lea Michele with the first single from her upcoming 2014 debut solo album Louder.

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For those interested, here is the complete broadcast of The First-Ever YouTube Music Awards (YTMA).

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How does an album of Everly Brothers covers by Billy Joel Billy Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones strike you? Not sure? Maybe yous should check out their collaboration for “Long Time Gone” which just may change your mind.

[via AV Club]

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It’s been 17 years since Mazzy Star released an album, and for those of us that used to rely on a Mazzy Star/Portishead playlist to seal the deal it’s been a long, long drought. Now, not only is the reclusive duo set to release Seasons of Your Day, they’re also gearing up for a live tour. Get your oh, so moody mood on by listening to the whole amazing album, but I will personally clock the first fool to bust out a puka shell necklace or Yagi shorts.

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Waltham – Stand And Fight

by Cap'n Carrot on September 11, 2013 · 0 comments

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From their new album Wicked Waltham here’s the pop band with a throwback sound Waltham with “Stand and Fight” which conjures memories of “You’re the Best” and “Eye of the Tiger,” and, if you believe the band, was inspired by the Rocky movies to such an extent that if you press play at the start of Round 3 in Rocky III it synchs up perfectly. Thanks to Eric for the heads up!

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Here’s Australian sextet Alpine performing “Gasloline,” Villages,” “Hands,” and “Softsides” from the band’s debut album A Is For Alpine as part of their Tiny Desk Concert for NPR.

Alpine: Tiny Desk Concert

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