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Listen to DJ Yoda’s 80s Mixtape That Celebrates the Netflix Series ‘Stranger Things’

The hour-long mixtape contains tracks and snippets of dialogue from the hit series that is a nostalgic ode to both 80s sci-fi horror and pop charts.
Noisey Staff
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Der Stab’s Nugget of Raging Early 80s Orange County Punk Has Been Released

Featuring Rikk Agnew of the Adolescents, these two tracks are important markers in the history of early Southern Californian punk.
Tim Scott
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Alex Vargas' “Giving Up The Ghost" is a Spiritual Smörgåsbord of Electronica

Electronic soul wizardry all over the place in the Danish-British songwriter's latest.
Alfred Maddox
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One of the New York Times Classical Albums Of The Year Was Produced By A Robot

Listen to the record created by two human minds, and one very artifical one.
Dan Wilkinson

Meet the Musical Clairvoyant Who Finds Ghosts In Your MP3s

This sound technician makes music from the bits cut out during compression, and it's mad spooky.
Dan Wilkinson
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What Are People in Soho Listening to Right Now?

We used Philips new app to eavesdrop on the musical taste of W1.
VICE Staff
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Premiere: Alex Burey - "Unspoken"

Man, live performances in churches are rad!
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We Spoke to Fred from Spector about the Small Glimmers of Hope That Could Save Our Disenchanted Generation

"Everyone has become a little politician when it comes to their own opinions."
Sam Wolfson
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Premiere: Courts - "Part Of"

Is it summer yet?
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Jonathan Katz Makes a Living from Writing Songs about Your Girlfriend

He’s basically a one-man musical Hallmark.
Dan Wilkinson
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Premiere: The New Drenge Song is a Grungy Punch to the Gut

"Never Awake" is the sound of being ignored for too long.
Angus Harrison
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This Guy Turned Surreal Sleep Talking into a Cult Album

From mustard battles to Chinese-Austrian dwarf geniuses, the recordings of Dion McGregor are weird enough to be totally fascinating.
Dan Wilkinson