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In “Hi-Five”, Olsen solves her own loneliness problem with her voice and music, resolving to find another person flying just as solo.

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From the moment the pulsing bass and Josh Kolenik’s echoing vocals kick in on “Free At Dawn,” you can tell there’s something different about Small Black. The Brooklyn band, known for their soothing chillwave sounds and creative pop melodies, appears to have embraced a particular sound and steered away from their experimental side. “Free At […]

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Despite having grown up in Los Angeles, I hadn’t heard much about Westlake Village duo Foxygen until fellow ATG writer Brooks posted “Make It Known.” Heavily influenced by 60s psychedelic rock, Sam France and Jonathan Rado released Take the Kids Off Broadway last year to much acclaim, critical and otherwise. In a couple of weeks, […]

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What happens when you take the haunting voices of The Flaming Lips‘ Wayne Coyne and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, add some off-kilter guitars and back it all up with a marching drum line? You get “Ashes in the Air”. “Ashes In The Air” is a six minute epic–because neither artist can make a song under five […]

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