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Discover & Download - Hobo Johnson

The last album was called The Rise of Hobo Johnson, and it really lived up to its name. Self-produced, self-recorded, and originally self-released in late 2017, it powered a breakout year that most musicians can only dream of, beginning with the backyard performance of “Peach Scone” that brought Hobo Johnson (née Frank Lopes Jr.) YouTube viewers by the millions, and ending with a huge, intensely devoted fan base early, anticipating his next move.

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Discover & Download - UPSAHL

21-year-old Indie-Pop artist UPSAHL has every right to celebrate. After receiving critical acclaim for a series of buzzing singles and signing with Arista Records, UPSAHL has unveiled her highly anticipated debut EP, Hindsight 20/20. The entire EP has been praised by the likes of Billboard, Consequence of Sound, HillyDilly, Ladygunn, Refinery29, Earmilk and more.

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Discover & Download - Chance The Rapper feat. Death Cab For Cutie

Chance the Rapper’s debut album, aptly titled The Big Day, perfectly encapsulates the magnitude of his first for sale offering, and his wedding day. Fresh off of the release of his mixtape trilogy to streaming services, The Big Day is a landmark progression for Chicago’s hometown hero. Since its release, "Do You Remember" feat. Death Cab For Cutie has instantly become one of the fan favorites. 

The band detailed their first time meeting Chance backstage at Bonnaroo on Twitter.

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Discover & Download - White Reaper

Louisville, Kentucky’s White Reaper have announced their signing to Elektra Records and shared a new single, “Might Be Right,” which is streaming now along with an official music video on the band’s YouTube channel. “Might Be Right” marks the first new music from White Reaper since the release of their celebrated 2017 LP, The World’s Best American Band. 

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Discover & Download - Meg Myers

Meg Myers is collapsed like a broken ragdoll on her hardwood floors in her Los Angeles apartment — crying uncontrollable, feeling something she's never felt before. It's that kind of cry you don't even wish upon your worst enemies — the kind that comes from that hidden place where all your demons are trying to break free.

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Discover & Download - The Regrettes

How Do You Love?, the sophomore LP from L.A. power-pop outfit The Regrettes, is a an album about the most universal of emotions: love. Throughout the record, 18-year-old frontwoman Lydia Night details the rise and fall of a relationship—from that first rush of butterflies, through a destructive break-up, to ultimately finding peace and closure.

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Discover & Download - Morgxn

The reason indie pop-soul singer morgxn left his Nashville-home for Los Angeles was to find “space to think, breathe, and be with myself,” he explains. Within weeks of the move, he had a fateful encounter. An acquaintance invited him to a music party and asked, “‘Do you want to meet Stevie Nicks?’” Of course, he did. “She gave me advice that I have taken to heart ever since. She told me, ‘You have to keep moving. This world will walk over you if you don’t just keep going.’ When you fall down, get up, keep moving. That changed my life.”

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Discover & Download - Local Natives

Face-to-face songwriting and musical interplay put to tape: the classic studio setting is juxtaposed on Local Natives’ fourth full-length, Violet Street with modern production and visuals to form a timeless album. The band’s signature soaring 3-part harmonies are augmented by loops of tape, physically spliced and transformed by hand, the result of experimenting in the studio with producer Shawn Everett [Alabama Shakes, Kacey Musgraves, The War On Drugs] is a band renewed.

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Discover & Download - Hot Chip

On June 21st 2019, British group Hot Chip will release their seventh studio album, A Bath Full of Ecstasy. Their third album for Domino, A Bath Full of Ecstasy is the group’s definitive release, crystallising the sound they’ve become celebrated for – bridging euphoria and melancholy with colourful melodies, idiosyncratic vocalisations and pounding electronic pop rhythms.

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Discover & Download - THICK

Brooklyn DIY punk band THICK share a new song and  animated video for “Your Mom” which Kate Black (bass/vocals) calls “a tirade against all the things your mom said you could or couldn’t do” (e.g., “You’re always late/And don’t be gay”). The video was animated by Esme Blegvad. 

 

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