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Failing to “Coexist”.

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Share This.Coexist is the second album to come from the UK-based band The xx since their self-titled debut album, which was released in 2009. This much anticipated second album keeps up the minimalist trend of their debut, however, it takes a new approach to keeping their sound minimal. Unlike the first album, where each individual track could stand alone as a single, the tracks on this new album (with the Read More

A Life to Live.

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Share This.Yuna teamed up with Theophilus London for the tune “Live Your Life”. The song is distant but ethereal and London treads lightly, making the collaboration air tight and just right.

In the Navy.

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Share This.Kilo Kish recently released some kaleidoscopic visuals for her single “Navy”. Directed by Ben Rayner and Kish herself, the video turns Gotham City into a tasty dreamscape and even sees a cameo from Jessie Boykins III. Preorder the physical “12 →here← and get it digitally →here←.

Who Exactly?

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Share This.Newly anointed duo David Byrne & St. Vincent just dropped visuals for their single “Who”. The song comes off of their collaborative album Love This Giant, which is due out September 10th in the UK and on the 11th in the States. Directed by Martin de Thurah, recently responsible for Feist’s “Anti-Pioneer”, the video depicts a hit-and-run gone fantastic.