Hype Machine's Ones to Watch 2014½

hypem:

We’ve teamed up with BBC Radio 6 Music to present a special half-year Music Blog Zeitgeist, looking at the most-blogged artists of 2014 so far. Ones To Watch spotlights emerging artists in this list (you can find the full list here)

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thenewindie:

SBTRKT - NEW DROP, NEW YORK (FT. EZRA KOENIG)

The lead single from SBTRKT’s sophomore album “Wonder Where We Land”

Love the new direction for SBTRKT.

I love this one. Incredibly detailed plans for a handheld time-travel device. My imagination is pretty crazy.

I love this one. Incredibly detailed plans for a handheld time-travel device. My imagination is pretty crazy.

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I have no idea what this is a drawing of, it doesn’t have a description. Maybe it was a setting in some fantasy story I was going to write?

I have no idea what this is a drawing of, it doesn’t have a description. Maybe it was a setting in some fantasy story I was going to write?

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Going through an old folder of drawings and scribbles from 2011, finding awesome gems like this. #art

Going through an old folder of drawings and scribbles from 2011, finding awesome gems like this. #art

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Wildcat! Wildcat! - ‘Holloway (Hey, Love)’

These guys really know how to make stadium-pop.

Cut Copy - ‘Believers’

This is damn good fun.

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The Raveonettes - ‘Endless Sleeper’

The Raveonettes totally “pulled a Beyonce” and released their new album out of nowhere. Which is really exciting, I guess. Their new single is pretty cool!

(Epilepsy warning on the video though!!)

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Grizzly Bear - ‘Fragments’

It’s a feel-sad-and-listen-to-old-school-Grizzly-Bear kind of night.

guardianmusic:

BANKS GOES POPPIER THAN EVER

LA singer-songwriter Banks is pretty unstoppable right now. She played Lovebox festival in London last weekend, and topped the Hype Machine’s most-blogged artist of 2014 list yesterday.

Now, here’s her lyric video for (infuriatingly catchy) Tim Anderson-produced Beggin For Thread, off her forthcoming debut album. Chair-dancing, COMMENCE.

Banks has always been pop, though? Whatever, this song rules.

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