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The first single from Daft Punk’s forthcoming “Random Access Memories” is here!

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Welcome to Track Life, a daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. I had a totally different selection for today, but then Sigur Rós came along and announced a new album and shared the first single. And I just

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As the unlikely member of controversial rap collective, Odd Future, Frank Ocean’s smooth yet progressive take on R&B is a welcomed refresher.  He quickly established a cult following on his mixtape, Nostalgia, Ultra, and had fans impatiently waiting for more.  On his official debut, Channel Orange, Ocean continues to push

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  As Michael Jackson will forever remain the King of Pop, Usher Raymond is on the fast track to taking his throne as the Prince.  On his seventh studio album, Looking 4 Myself, Raymond pushes the evolutionary bounds that have become a staple in popular music.  His smooth, soulful croon

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In 2010, the California duo, Best Coast busted onto the scene with Crazy for You; singing blissful pop tunes about relationships and weed.  Bethany Consentino and her partner-in-crime Bobb Bruno struck a lo-fi chord with music fans and critics alike, becoming darlings within the festival circuit and on summer music playlists. 

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Invasion Radio

This we week we cant stop the wheels from turning, we cant stop the tape machine. Music on this episode includes Cupp Cave, Twin Shadow, Sister Nancy and Best Coast. KICK START Put Your Hands Together by Simian Mobile Disco ALBUM SAMPLERS Sebastien by Reptar (from the album Body Faucet)

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Saying that Jack White’s career has been illustrious would be an understatment.  The man has established a neo-legend status that puts him up there with greats like Mick Jagger and Bob Dylan.  The White Stripes were an integral part of the new “garage rock” movement that saved rock and roll

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If you’ve been looking for some new music recommendations or if you’ve bypassed a lot of this months great releases, then fear not. With the first of many monthly round-ups we have a handful of new music from the month of March to recommend. From southern Hip Hop to slacker Disco grooves, the

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Episode 24 This week the speaker box sees two giants combine like a musical Megazord. Music featured includes A Tribe Called Quest, Sleep Over, M83 and Kate Bush. DOWNLOAD EPISODE Tracklist Kick Start Doobsicles by Nitty Scott MC Restless by Nneka (from the album Soul Is Heavy) Romantic Streams by

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Belfast, Ireland’s celebrated instrumental band And So I Watch You From Afar are about to get a lot closer up. Sargent House, partnered with Dublin label Richter Collective, announce the forthcoming North American release of the group’s sophomore album, Gangs. A pair of MP3s from the album are available today: opener, “BEAUTIFULUNIVERSEMASTERCHAMPION” is available for download HERE and

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