Savages – Adore Life

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Los Angeles – American audiences got their first introduction to Savages via their powerhouse of a debut, Silence Yourself. An exhilarating slab of angry, discordant, and altogether unforgettable post-punk – the band instantly caught the attention of the music world. Led by the dynamic, French-born lead vocalist Jehnny Beth (née Camille Berthomier), the London-based quartet

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St. Lucia – ‘Matter’

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Los Angeles – South African-born Jean-Philip Grobler, aka St. Lucia is prepared to release his much anticipated sophomore record, Matter via Columbia Records. Grobler, who is now Brooklyn-based, released the first single, “Dancing On Glass,” a fetching 80s-inspired dance track last October. It was teeming with hooks and synth-pop beats. While Grobler has been dropping

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Hinds – Leave Me Alone

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San Francisco – Madrid’s newest export Hinds originally started out as a duo known as Deers, consisting of the two lead vocalists/guitarists Carlotta Cosials and Ana García Perrote, and swiftly grew to include Ade Martin on bass and drummer Amber Grimbergen after the initial success of their demo of the single “Bamboo,” which caught the

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False Heads: ‘Steal & Cheat’

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Berlin – False Heads have taken their cult following, frenetic live stage antics, and percolating buzz to a new level, with the release of their new single ‘Steal & Cheat’. Set to debut on the label 25 Hour Convenience Store this December 4th, this new single has already been compared to the revered Buzzcocks, which

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Stay In Touch With Brothertiger

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Los Angeles – John Jagos began experimenting with making electronic music while attending Ohio University in 2009. After adopting the name, Brothertiger, he released his fanciful synth-laden debut EP Vision Tunnels. Since then, Jagos has released the critically praised LPs, Golden Years (2012) and Future Splendors (2013). With his recent move to Brooklyn, New York,

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