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#songoftheday / REVIEW: METALS: “I C THRU YOU”


You may recall our previous coverage of Metals, who we've been into ever since we first heard their single "That Ain't Real Love" roughly a year ago. Blending R&B, electro-pop, soul, dub, house and more, the experimental duo -- consisting of Chris "Digital Primate" Coe and Ehsan...
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#songoftheday / LYRIC VIDEO: Cassie Steele – “Dreams”


"Even if I'm hurting, I keep moving on," sings actress/singer/songwriter Cassie Steele on "Dreams," the new single from her recently released EP entitled Patterns. The entire EP is an electro-pop masterpiece and "Dreams" is a shining example of that. Except that it's not so sunshiny, veering...
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#songoftheday / VIDEO: BASTILLE: “BAD NEWS”


Bastille deliver one hell of an electro-thud with their spectacular new tune "Bad News" from their forthcoming Oblivion EP. "Bad news like a sucker punch / What do you say," begins the first verse and you're already hooked by those thick and luscious beats. But even...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: REBECCA & FIONA: BEAUTY IS PAIN

Rebecca & Fiona’s debut album, I Love You, Man, was as perfect as any pop debut could be. Astounding from start to finish, really. Compared to their new sophomore effort, Beauty is Pain, I Love You, Man is a bright and shiny sky with a double rainbow. And I suppose it always was,...
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#albumoftheday REVIEW: PHANTOGRAM: VOICES

When Phantogram’s debut album, Eyelid Movies, was released on the indie label Barsuk in 2009, I knew almost nothing about them. Just that they were a duo. I simply bought the album after reading a few positive reviews and hearing samples online. And I immediately fell in love with its quirky electronic music,...
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#albumoftheday REVIEW: GLASSER: INTERIORS

While living in Los Angeles during 2010, Cameron Mesirow released Ring, her debut album as Glasser. She has since moved to downtown Manhattan in New York where she more or less became obsessed with the city’s architecture, particularly its interiors, which she likely found comforting, being admittedly agoraphobic. Aside from the city’s architecture...
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