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№20 Nov 19, 2014
Stack delivers a mix of the most interesting new music on the web, handpicked by the Hype Machine team. A custom compilation of the week, from our hearts to your inbox. PLAY ALL TRACKS
 

Sleigh Bells - That Did It (Feat. Tink)

Posted by 14 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunesLegitmix
Rising Chicago MC Tink is handed a not-quite-finished track by Sleigh Bells after the three met at a SXSW show earlier this year and the result is "brash, fun and an equally unique and effective collaboration," says Pigeons & Planes.
 

Mark Ronson - Daffodils (feat. Kevin Parker)

Posted by 11 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker surfaces on this latest taste of super-producer Ronson's next LP. A perfect antidote to the slick Bruno Mars collab released a few days ago, How Do You Are approves of its "psychedelic, spaced-out funk-pop" (as do we).
 

Recycle Culture - AYA

Shapeshifting, low-profile project Recycle Culture takes on straightforward pop this time with "AYA", another interesting addition to an already eclectic Bandcamp collection spanning downtempo house, minimalist piano, warped remixes and beyond.
 

Tobias Jesso Jr. - Hollywood

Posted by 3 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
One the year's more endearing stories is the rise of Canadian singer/songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr. His latest finds him at the piano (with production from Chet "JR" White of Girls), for "a stirring, elegiac performance" (Perfect Midnight World) about trying to make it in LA.
 

Giorgio Moroder - 74 Is The New 24

Posted by 6 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunesLegitmix
With renewed attention after last year's Daft Punk campaign, disco legend Giorgio Moroder announces his first solo album in 30 years with an aptly-celebratory new single. Guests will include Charli XCX, Sia, Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue and Mikky Ekko.
This week's album premiere is As We Travel by Toronto duo Snowday.

As for interesting reads, try this one which explores the effects of Shazam (and other user data) on popular music.

Thanks for listening!

- Dave, Dev & Team Hype Machine

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