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L/O/O/N Enters the Electronic Realm with Self-Titled Debut Full-Length

Producer Mikael Kanstad hails from Tromø, the techno capital of Norway, and has a history of heavy metal guitar tendencies. Ready to leave strings behind,…
Natalie Caamano / March 10, 2016

Claudio Introduces Us to Séga Music With Frankie Francis’ Edit of ‘Bonom Chinois’

Mauritius, a small African island located in the Indian Ocean, is about 788 square miles – roughly half the size of Rhode Island. It boasts,…
Evan Siegel / March 9, 2016

Bask In the Balearic Vibes of Jorgito’s Sublime ‘Just For Today (Tropical Mix)’

Jorgito hails from a land-locked state, but you might know it from the Mexico-born, Reynosa/McAllen, Texas-based beatmaker's beachside aesthetic. Rambla, his upcoming debut EP for Austin label…
Harley Brown / March 9, 2016

Maïa Vidal Declares Independence In Glitchy Video for ‘Jell-O’

That Maïa Vidal’s jazzy voice and smooth pop production would so easily attract attention from major fashion houses like DKNY is easy to see: Her music…
Evan Siegel / March 8, 2016

Slackk Finds a Peaceful Frequency Within Instrumental Grime on ‘Hundred Flute’

Grime has been seeing something of an uptick in mainstream visibility these days, about a decade or so after its first Stateside crest: Drake, an avowed fan…
Harley Brown / March 8, 2016

Composer Zach Cooper Meshes His Past and Present in ‘The Sentence’

If you could compare the creation of Boyhood to a record, it would be Zach Cooper’s The Sentence. The North Carolina-based composer shares his life story…
Natalie Caamano / March 7, 2016

Ronnie Heart Bares His Funk-Laden Soul on ‘Smoovie’

Having previously played guitar for bands like Neon Indian and VEGA, Texas native Ronnie Heart is bringing his Michael Jackson- and Prince-inspired take on disco to…
Megan Bradley / March 7, 2016

Orphx Turn the ‘Lights Out’ in Dusky Remix of Essaie Pas

The Montreal-based couple Marie Davidson and Pierre Guerineau are partners in life and music; though they sometimes venture away from one another to record solo…
Natalie Caamano / March 4, 2016

SPIN’s 7 Favorite Songs of the Week: Larkin Grimm, Into It. Over It., and More

Welcome to our weekly roundup of the SPIN staff’s favorite new songs. Below, sample the best from 21st-century emo apostles, anti-harassment activists, and more.
SPIN Staff / March 4, 2016

Bombino Asks the Big Relationship Questions on Exuberant ‘Timtar (Memories)’

On his third David Longstreth-produced studio LP, Azel (out April 1 via Partisan Records), Niger-born guitar wrangler Bombino parlays a variation on his Tuareg music and…
Harley Brown / March 4, 2016

Audion Turbo-Charges a ‘Pop Version’ of Tiga’s ‘Make Me Fall In Love’

The last team-up between Montreal's most tongue-in-cheek techno DJ Tiga and the continually traveling Matthew Dear's Audion alias, 2013's electric "Let's Go Dancing," was so irresistible that a full,…
Harley Brown / March 3, 2016

Rooney Will Rock You in New Single, ‘My Heart Beats 4 U’

West Coast power-pop project Rooney hasn't released an album since 2010's Eureka, but a lot has changed in six years. Over the course of Rooney's post-Eureka…
Rachel Brodsky / March 3, 2016

et aliae Paints Emotional Soundscapes With Debut EP, ‘Rose’

Producer et aliae conjures sweeping landscapes by way of instrumental, ambient pop — evocative aural set pieces that invite viewers to mentally restage their fondest memories. The Singapore producer’s…
Evan Siegel / March 2, 2016

Shannon and the Clams, Holy Wave Cover the Beach Boys on ‘A Tribute to “Pet Sounds”‘

This year marks 50 years since the Beach Boys released their iconic Pet Sounds in 1966. In January, the beloved Brian Wilson announced a 50th Anniversary…
Natalie Caamano / March 2, 2016

Exploded View Set Up Shop with ‘No More Parties In The Attic’

This month at SXSW, the Mexico City/Berlin-based Exploded View will officially perform for the first time as a band. Three-fourths of the outfit initially played together…
Natalie Caamano / March 2, 2016
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