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Regina "Saanko Jäädä Yöksi? (Ghosts on Tape Remix)"

The translation of “Saanko Jäädä Yöksi?,” the first single from Finnish electronic twee-pop trio Regina’s new album, Puutarhatrilogia, into English is “Can I Stay the Night?”. But if you’re listening …

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The Phenomenal Handclap Band "You'll Disappear (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)"

Lifted from their self-titled debut, the R&B-inspired psych-disco of The Phenomenal Handclap Band’s “You’ll Disappear” gets an even larger dose of spacey effects and slow-burning grooves on Lindstrøm collaborator Prins …

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The Phenomenal Handclap Band The Phenomenal Handclap Band

“All that money/Still ridin’ the bus.” With a little bit of contemporary panache and a whole lot of mid-‘70s throwback neologism, NYC hipsters The Phenomenal Handclap Band have solved the …

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Faunts Feel.Love.Thinking.Of.

Alberta, Canada is hardly known for its indie rock, but that’s changing with the emergence of bands like Women, Azeda Booth, and Faunts. The latter five-piece, based in Edmonton, has …

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Faunts "M4 (Part II) (The Paranomasiac Remix)"

While Canadian outfit Faunts put the finishing touches on its upcoming album, Feel.Love.Thinking.Of–due out early next year–you can enjoy the Paranomasiac remix of “M4 (Part II),” off the Faunts Remixed …

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Faunts "M4 (Part II)"

If it’s dreamy, shoegazy songs you’re after, look no further than Edmonton, Alberta-based five-piece outfit Faunts. The band’s M4 EP is still, several months after its release, a musical tear-jerker …

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Faunts "M4 (Part 1)"

Armed with synthesizers and other electronics, Faunts originally created the tracks on their new EP for three short films. Compiled into a 40-minute release, the tracks create a moody, cinematic …

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The Whitsundays "Loralee"

The self-titled debut album from Alberta-based band The Whitsundays calls upon the 1960s for inspiration, and comes off equal parts psychedelia, garage, and vintage organ rock. The England-based band has …

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First Dykehouse, now Asobi Seksu-is shoegazer back? God, we hope so. Asobi Seksu, a New York trio headed by misty damsel Yuki, gets the guitars growling like Slowdive on a …

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