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Aug 19, 2015

Neon Indian - Slumlord

The second single ahead of Neon Indian's next LP (his first since 2011) finds Alan Palomo at his most adventurous, referencing the late-night disco of his earlier VEGA project while also ascending to the top of both our Most Blogged and Popular charts.

Penthouse Penthouse - 69' Camaro feat. Bobby Saint

This LA duo boast a lively SoundCloud page, cool beats and the kind of soulful vibes their hometown has become know for of late. Riffing on a melody by Japanese cult artist Mukai Shutoku, their new one features enigmatic vocalist Bobby Saint.

Majical Cloudz - Silver Car Crash

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Montreal's minimalist synth-pop duo Majical Cloudz will follow up their much-acclaimed 2013 debut with a second LP in the fall. "Silver Car Crash", the album's first entry point, "ups the grandeur" on their distinct "no frills elegance," says Impose.

Lemonade - Dancer On The Shore (feat. Dee Dee)

With Balaeric vibes at the fore, Lemonade's new track features Dee Dee from Dum Dum Girls. It's from their third LP, which the band describes as "an invitation to a space where humans and nature exist in harmony... and technology doesn't hold dominion."

Green Buzzard - Slow It Down Now

Clearly, a fire has been lit in Australia by Tame Impala. Sydney's Green Buzzard add some Oasis swagger to the psych-rock mix on their debut 7" single, which has been picked up in the US by Mom + Pop Records imprint Mermaid Avenue (home to Tei Shi).

All My Love, the 80s soul and smooth jazz-influenced LP from former Emeralds guitarist Mark McGuire.


Dazed and Confused breaks down the most controversial music videos of all time (speaking of videos, check out our new Videos Chart).

"From the beginning 'Stress' was meant to be a clip unairable on television for a track unairable on the radio and we have refused any television broadcast of the clip, so as to impose it on no one. - Justice"

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