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Electronic producer Travis Stewart, better known as Machinedrum, combines the worlds of glitch and chillwave and laces it with dreary, pop-driven vocals in the almost nine-minute song, "Hazel Ash."

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Wednesday, 23 July 2014 10:36

Song of the Day: 'One More Time' by Anushka

Soulful UK-based house duo Anushka brings the sweetness with their infectiously bright, bouncy and melodic tune, "One More Time."

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There's nothing quite like the spice of Latin-funk music, rich in vitality, infectious in beat. All Good Funk Alliance manages to capture all of those musical pleasures in a remix of Samba Soul's classic song, "Mambo #5."

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Through layers of emotionally charged (albeit autotuned) vocals and a steady beat, Los Angeles-based R&B artist Chris Batson promises to build a better life out of a dark world when he returns on the appropriately titled track "Come Back for You."

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With echoes of the Magnetic Fields plugged in and the Smiths cheered up (if just a little), the Skating Party, effectively the work of Philadelphia musician Gregory James, has a lush and finely-layered '80s sound that's at once lyrical and danceable.

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Joshua Worden describes his new album "Into the Fog" as "moments that feel like they are constantly fading, receding into fog." The misty, late-night, electronic sound of the title cut evokes his neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia, filtered through his own melancholy experience.

Published in Music News
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 10:10

Midyear 2014: KDHX top album spins

As we hit the midpoint of another year, here are KDHX's top spins so far. These albums are time-tested 2014 releases that have excited our DJs over and over again.

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Eerie, acoustic and electronic, "The Highest Love" by Phoenix-based band the Holy Coast drifts and dances, with echoes of classic shoe gaze and mellow electro-pop ala Broken Bells.

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The interstellar groove of "Temple of the Sun" by Teeel is just the tip of the band's electro-pop gifts. Synth washes and a good guitar hook lend the song serious crossover appeal.

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Glasgow, Scotland's Chvrches have needed little assistance in emerging as a mainstream contemporary electronic dance-rock monolith.

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