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Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

After leaving his 20s, and his former moniker Jack's Mannequin, behind, Andrew McMahon is back to creating music and exploring life on his own terms. Now performing as Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, McMahon's new album was written in a shack in a SoCal canyon, produced in an LA garage and...
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Chet Faker

An artist of considerable range, Chet Faker, real name Nick Murphy, excels at crisp, soulful songwriting that merges late-ʻ90s R&B with a contemporary electronic palate influenced by a youth producing house and disco. He performs all of his own music, giving it a warm, homespun feel that also...
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Jungle

There's no blueprint to Jungle's irresistible, life-enhancing, report-to-the-dancefloor sound, but there are many ingredients. It’s P-Funk and ‘Grand Theft Auto’, it’s Curtis Mayfield and ‘Tron’, it’s the Beach Boys and Joy Division and Marvin Gaye and Can, all cut up and refracted in a London...
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Robert DeLong

We're always excited to feature a Seattle artist on Discover & Download. Though he calls LA home now, Robert DeLong grew up in Bothell, WA. His Long Way Down EP features four tunes that are traditionally written tunes according to DeLong. “Each of those songs are kind of weirdly dressed pop...
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Catfish & The Bottlemen

Getting their start doing Oasis impersonations and playing Beatles covers around their hometown in North Wales, Catfish and the Bottlemen learned to bootstrap their way to bigger shows and a record deal. Hours in a van playing shows around England eventually led to a spot on the Reading and Leeds...
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Mikhael Paskalev

Mikhael Paskalev set the music world aflutter when he donned a pair of tighty whiteys and “pretended to be Tom Cruise.” The cheeky Risky Business-inspired video for new single ‘I Spy’ turned Paskalev into a star back home in Norway and amongst the Aussies this past year. Sayonara Saigon is the...
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Perfume Genius

Over the course of two astonishing albums, Perfume Genius, aka Seattle native Mike Hadreas, cemented his place as a singer-songwriter of rare frankness, creating songs that, while achingly emotional, offered empathy and hope, rather than judgment or handwringing. Sparse, gorgeous and with Hadreas’...
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Colony House

A threesome from Nashville, TN, Colony House strikes a resonant chord with listeners. Their balance of craft and immediacy reflects an affinity for bands like Interpol and The Killers, while relecting influences like U2 and New Order. Their first full-length album, When I Was Younger , features an...
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Glass Animals

The bare bones of Glass Animals' first songs took shape late at night - inspired by South London's bass music scene - recorded secretly and quietly in a small room near Elephant and Castle. Surprisingly for everyone, the result was a beautiful piece of ambient electronica called Golden Antlers,...
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