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September 19, 2014

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Watch Are We Arc? by TR/ST

The Arts & Crafts label to which TRUST is signed described Joyland as ‘an eruption of guts, eels and joy’.

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Secrets of the Deep! by The Hydrothermal Vents

The Hydrothermal Vents have a clean cut style that represents forward thinking, and are original yet mirroring a replicated version that is simply being crafted better.

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September 18, 2014

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Dam’ that’s good! An interview with Irish indie gem Pat Dam Smyth

Music as a vehicle to share: truthful stories with Pat Dam Smyth

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September 16, 2014

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Iceland: A Study in Music

This little island republic has a thrilling, vibrant music scene, which, while echoing other Scandinavian populations’, is entirely unique in a variety of fascinating ways.

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Revelator by The Boy From The Crowd

If you hit something hard enough, will it sound better or are you being fueled by the pure vibrations of what the song is embedding?

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August 29, 2014

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Life in Static – Larusso

Larusso are on the rise towards becoming something even better, with touring as much as possible, festivals and events that have only led them to keep playing on stage.

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August 29, 2014

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“Ghost Note Manifest” by aCr

A play on an introduction that weaves together various points about a story that you swear… may be part of a parallel existence.

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Birdcage Walk by Latimer House

When witty lyrical components trigger throughout a band, you not only have to give their album a listen but take into account how the band works as a tight-knit group.

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NSFW: Watch The Raveonettes new video for Endless Summer

Having their latest surprise album Pe’ahi released only a week ago Danish narco-rock duo shared the official music video for the album opener ‘Endless Summer’.

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July 30, 2014

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Listen to Codec from Baked

Brooklyn based five-piece psych band Baked will release their third LP Debt on August 19th via Exploding in Sound.

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July 29, 2014

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The National

Watch The National perform at Paléo festival

During an hour and fifteen minutes long set the band performed all-time favorites along with tracks from their latest Trouble Will Find Me album.

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July 29, 2014

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Watch the video for Heart is a Drum by Beck

The gothic-styled clip sees the singer wandering about the grounds of a creepy old house, interspersed with a gloomy love story.

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