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    The Districts – Ordinary Day

    The Districts release their first tune since A Flourish and a Spoil in 2015, possibly one of their most expressive songs to date. Millennials, in my opinion, were born to adapt. We have no choice; everything has changed so rapidly since the nineties and now that we are in...
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    THEY. releases their album.

    With the worlds anticipation, THEY released their finished project titled Nu Religion: Hyena. It’s everything we could of hoped for and more as this overly saturated genre seems to not hold THEY back. With Drake, The Weeknd, Bryson Tiller, and many more adding to this ever growing down tempo...
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    Drugdealer – The Real World

    This morning, I woke up and turned on Michael Collins’ newest album entitled The End of Comedy. Under the new moniker, Drugdealer, he presents a precious, nostalgic record that marks a step away from silliness and a move toward deepening artistic vision. Having performed in DIY bands like Salvia...
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    Thundercat – Friend Zone

    If you didn’t catch this new Thundercat track already, we have you covered! He has been releasing a lot of unexpected content and this one is no different as he puts a spin on what you would expect as a February song. “Friend Zone” voices his frustrations of working...
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    Nav – Some Way Feat. The Weeknd

    Looks like the much anticipated Nav collaboration with The Weeknd has been released! Although it is a little underwhelming, it still showcases the up and coming talent from the fellow Toronto artist. He signed a multi-project deal with XO/Republic Records so we should be hearing a lot more from...
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    Spoon – Hot Thoughts

    On their 2014 release, They Want My Soul, Spoon showcased their classic head-bobbing drum-heavy rock & roll with a new inventive edge. Synthesizers and drum-machines infused liquid hit, “Inside Out,” and closing track, “New York Kiss.” Britt Daniel and his band of indie-rockers have always been able to blend...
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    Allan Rayman – Repeat Ft. Jessie Reyez

    Allan proves us right with every song he releases. We’ve been spreading all kinds of good vibes about this dude and he never seems to fail. His new track “Repeat” has a gloomy feel to it that seems to fit his style very well. With help from Jessie Reyez...
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    Temples – Strange or Be Forgotten

    With their sophomore record due out on the third of March, Temples has something new for us. Since releasing the debut single “Certainty” a few weeks ago, the British quartet has unloaded another vibrant synth-heavy track off Volcano called “Strange or Be Forgotten.” The track opens with a pounding...
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    Audio Push – My Turn III [Mixtape]

    You may be asking yourself, didn’t Audio Push just release their debut album around 3 months? What are they doing dropping a whole mixtape right after? Well, if you got too many ideas floating around, why don’t you release another project! We know it’s not original content but it’s...