New Music Round-Up // July 29

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July 29, 2016

 

Did you miss new music that dropped this week? Now you never will. Each Friday, The End rounds up all the new music from the last week we think you should be listening to. Sit down, pop on your headphones and let us know what you think of the newest music to land inside our ears. #NewMusicDiscovery

Phantogram - "Run Run Blood"

Including Thursday's release of "Run Run Blood," there are now two songs off Phantogram's third full-length album Three (Sept. 16), and all signs are pointing to a solid third installment in the discography. I got an M.I.A. "Bad Girls" vibe off the opening minute of the song that is driven by mostly horns and a badass baritone sax. After that, though, it goes pretty hard. This track doesn't mess around.

Glass Animals - "Youth"

Also the second song off an upcoming album (look out for How To Be a Human Being on Aug. 26), "Youth" has the same excellent production elements for which Glass Animals are becoming well-known. The video for "Youth" dropped the same day and starts directly where the video for "Life Itself," the first song off the album, left off. Watch Part 1 here.

Bastille - "Fake It"

This must have been the week of continuing hype for new albums. Bastille dropped their newest track off their upcoming album Wild World (Sept. 9). "Fake It" follows "Good Grief," a staple on the Gimme 5@5 charts these days.

How To Dress Well - "Lost Youth / Lost You"

How To Dress Well is the solo project from Tom Krell, who became known for his critically-acclaimed debut album Love Remains. His newest album is called Care (Sept. 23) and is definitely up your alley if you are into chill, ambient electronic vibes. What do you think of his latest track "Lost Youth / Lost You" so far? (p.s. You can catch How To Dress Well at Neumo's on October 19)

Jenn Champion - "No One"

Jenn Champion's (formerly known as "S")  latest was brought to my attentian from Locals Only host Steven Graham. Champion is set to release a brand new digital EP on August 5, and her track "No One" is your first taste. Originally from Arizona, Champion has been producing music in the Northwest since 1997 when she moved to Olympia, then Seattle. 

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