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The Young Wild ::: Not a One

Before they were a band, The Young Wild were college students in San Diego - playing music always, just not necessarily with each other - until frontman Bryan B William and bassist/chemistry major Gareth Moore started a classic rock, cover band. Meanwhile Brandon Zedaker was growing exhausted with...
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Jake Bugg

Jake Bugg ::: Gimme The Love

When Jake Bugg isn't writing and performing, he's making us feel a little like underachievers, releasing three albums, selling out UK arenas and getting shortlisted for the Mercury Music Prize all by the age of 22. His latest album On My One features a dramatic groovy tune called Gimme The Love , a...
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M83 ::: Do It, Try It

Maybe you're one of the many who count themselves lucky to have witnessed M83 play December to Remember at the Rose Garden back in 2012. Maybe you only just got the hook to Midnight City out of your head (oops, it's back). But if you haven't heard of M83 at all, well, that's a real shame. M83, aka...
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Kaleo ::: Way Down We Go

Best friends since attending elementary school in the small town of Mosfellsbaer outside of Reykjavik, Iceland, JJ Juliusson, David Antonsson Crivello, and Danny Jones began playing together at the age of 17 and added Rubin Pollock in 2012. They named the band Kaleo, which means “the sound” in...
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Tame Impala ::: The Less I know the Better

When it comes to Tame Impala, The Less I Know the Better is simply not the case. The more you know about Tame Impala the better off you are. They wowed us at December to Remember 2013 with psychedelic rock that echoed experimental jams of the 70s, singer Kevin Parker’s buoyant timbre drawing...
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Declan McKenna ::: Brazil

Declan McKenna has been booking his own gigs since he was 14 years old, showing such promise to win the Glastonbury Emerging Competition and signing a major label deal off the strength of one song on his Bandcamp page. That song is Brazil , written as McKenna processed his disgust with the greed...
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Dandy Warhols ::: You Are Killing Me

It's hard to believe it's been more than 20 years since The Dandy Warhols introduced their brand of riotous Britpop to Portland, and the world. They even made a fan out of David Bowie, who they supported on his 2003 A Reality Tour . Their latest output You Are Killing Me keeps the fuzzed guitars...
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St. Lucia ::: Dancing on Glass

South Africa native Jean-Philip Grobler grew up loving mainstream pop songs, but after attending music school in Liverpool and working as a jingle writer in New York, he started blending pop, R&B, and alternative rock influences into an instantly captivating, sweet, and refreshing concoction...
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Conway ::: Big Talk

Conway actually shot and edited the music video for Big Talk herself on her own MacBook, so it surprised her more than anyone that it got her noticed by blogs and labels. But after opening for the likes of Robert DeLong, Broods and St. Lucia, she realized the big label life wasn't for her and...
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BANNERS ::: Shine a Light

Michael Joseph Nelson comes from Liverpool, UK. Fascinated by dreams, life, death, hope and despair, he grew up singing in the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Choir and the Liverpool Kop. After singing in cathedrals and concert halls across Europe, Mike connected with Canadian producer Stephen...
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