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From the get go, “The Wire” feels classic; it’s a punchy, cheery, steady pop wonder. The kind that people just don’t make any more and the reason why, despite not even having released a full album, Haim is already tremendously popular.

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Animal prints, a stocked bar, vaguely erotic dance moves by a tiny man in a speedo, Nancy Whang chugging martinis sporting an oversized hat, disco balls, synchronized seamen and wait for it… PUPPIES! Yes, Classixx’s new video for “All You’re Waiting For” has everything you could ever want (or at least everything I could ever […]

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The boys of Ghost Beach are back with their new single “Moon Over Japan.” Bringing back more of that falsettoed tropical grit pop, “Moon Over Japan” is a sweet, slow number that hits the spot. With just the right amount of heart and a touch of cheesy, it’s as though lead singer Josh Ocean is […]

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On their third original track, Little Daylight makes a cheery, uptempo, indie pop song that even sounds sparkly. Filled with plenty of dance-inducing synths and a soaring anthem of a chorus, it definitely has the makings of a serious ear worm.

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Do you ever experience DJ anxiety? Do thoughts like “will my playlist be good enough?”, “OMG! WHAT SHOULD I PUT ON NEXT?”, “does this song reflect the current state of my friends’ inebriated minds?” or “will someone catch onto my early-90’s references!?” echo through your head? Fear no more, sweet children. Air Zaire has whipped […]

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“Help Me Lose My Mind,” featuring trio London Grammar, is the closing track on the album and boy, do these Brits have soul. Grammar lead singer Hannah Reid’s pearlescent, soaring voice is perfectly balanced with Disclosure’s signature downbeat house kicks and pads.

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Quintessential summertime music makers Poolside are back with a new single “If We Make It,” and just in time too. ith its airy vocals and vintage 80’s disco beat, “If We Make It” would not be out of place in the closing credits of a John Hughes movie.

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