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If “Solo” is anything to judge by, the Shirley brothers John, Joe and Dave are going to be spending 2014 crafting some of the most heartfelt pop tunes New Orleans is going to hear this year.

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Australian newcomer SOLO (Sophie Lowe, get it?) makes music with warmth and polish. That’s a difficult balance to strike, but she walks the tight rope perfectly on new track “Dreaming.”

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Dustin Kensrue’s voice is a beautiful thing. For those of you who were never into the rock and post-hardcore stylings of Thrice, it’s easy to have overlooked his versatile baritone, which could switch from a smooth croon to a gravely rasp to a mountain-moving bellow at the snap of a finger. Since Thrice called it […]

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Lost Boy’s home recordings are full of lo-fi charm. His creative output is relentless; often recording several songs per month, he’s a music machine assembly line with a distinct, in-your-face falsetto. There’s a certain depth to his compositions, despite being only one man with an 8-track recorder. Check out “Chew”, the first single off of his […]

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Eat it, D’Angelo. In his video for “Somebody That I Used To Know,” Wally de Backer, a.k.a. Gotye, strips down to his birthday suit before dealing out a healthy serving of soul. You may remember Gotye from his 2006 single, “Learnalilgivinandlovin,” and more recently the considerably darker “Eyes Wide Open.” “Somebody That I Used To […]

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