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Robyn & Röyksopp premiere music video for “Do It Again”

Radio-friendly and longtime fans have rejoiced over the Do It Again collaboration from Robyn & Royksopp. Poppy and edgy, the EP and coordinating tour have been the talk of the summer. And if you’ve been following the artists involved on Instagram at all, you might have noticed the glimpses they’ve…

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Glastrophobie makes his mark on Katy Tiz’s “The Big Bang” [Premiere]

British vocalist Katy Tiz is really on the brink of something big. With her track “The Big Bang” posted up nicely in the Top 40 radio charts, her unique brand of pop has had various outlets deem her an artist to watch. Of course, with great pop comes the opportunity…

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MoXiie shows us a new eerie style of Jungle Pop with “Anyway” [Premiere]

NYC based artist MoXiie is by her own definition “jungle pop,” but first single “Anyway” possesses an eerie almost dancehall feel that outweighs the commercial elements of her music. The first generation Haitian American certainly has the background for an angst-ridden style, as she was born to teenaged parents in…

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Shift K3y’s got a hit with his new track “I Know”

I consider a song to be a true pop anthem when it gets stuck in my head for the next hour or so, but not in that way that wants to make me gouge my eyes out. I’m talking more about “Latch” by Disclosure and less about “Umbrella” by Rihanna in this…

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Meg Mac wows with “Roll Up Your Sleeves” [Premiere]

With great poise and commitment in her voice, Meg Mac comes as close to perfecting her soulful sound with “Roll Up Your Sleeves” as possible. As a Sydney native who now resides in Melbourne, “Roll Up Your Sleeves” is Meg’s first single in about 8 months, following up “Known Better” and “Every Lie”. …

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Zella Day offers sweet temptation with “East of Eden”

It might be have been the humble coffee shop performances, it might even have been the rustic log cabin origins for Arizona’s Zella Day that fostered her obvious talent, either way she’s been releasing exceptionally strong, well centered and perfectly composed tracks. Included in this is Zella’s latest release, “East…

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Johnny Stimson releases seductive new track “SUGAR”

Johnny Stimson, the Dallas based heartthrob, has some “Sugar” for us today. I first heard his crooning voice in “SO. GOOD.” and it was oh SO. GOOD. So much so that boyfriends ought to watch out, this guy is setting a new standard for courtship. This delectable new track features…

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Everything Everything remixes Foxes’ newly minted “Glorious” [Premiere]

The UK’s Everything Everything is a band whose teamwork defines them. Just check out their group’s graphics and how they define each member and you’ll see the way they view themselves: Jonathan Everything, Jeremy Everything, Alex Everything and Mike Everything undoubtedly know each other well.   Today we welcome an exclusive…

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Jessie Ware gives first taste of new album with “Tough Love”

Finally London’s Jessie Ware has released her first single for the up-and-coming new album Tough Love. After the astounding popularity for “Wildest Moments” from her debut album Devotion I’ve had high hopes for this second album which is expected August 3rd 2014. The single “Tough Love” follows the same music…

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LOLO gets sweet revenge in “Hit and Run” [Video]

Signing to DCD2 Records, a new song, and a new video, and I think it’s fair to say that it’s been a busy week for New York’s LOLO. The new track “Hit and Run” is both sexy and dangerous; a point driven home by the video. Classic cars, dim lighting…

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Lucius remixed by The Reflex manages to “Turn It Around” [Premiere]

With experience and a strong sense of direction, The Reflex keeps the groove rolling throughout to transform Lucius’ spark within 2013′s “Turn It Around” into a constant good time. Where Lucius look to their leading ladies to set the tone, Nicolas Laugier (The Reflex) relies on his experience of remixing…

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RAC gives Bleachers’ “I Wanna Get Better” a facelift [Premiere]

Nothing screams SUMMER! quite like an RAC mix. After last year’s warm-weather delight – an edit of Gentlemen Hall’s “Sail Into The Sun” – fans of André Allen Anjos have waited for a release like this as America’s favorite season is fast approaching. Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff created an entire album on the sly; only…

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As if by magic La Roux returns with “Let Me Down Gently”

It wasn’t long after La Roux released their self-titled debut album that the English duo started to catch popularity. Elly Jackson’s intense voice, their unique musical compositions with distinctive beat along with relatable subject matter drew a lot of international attention landing them performances at music festivals like Osheaga, Coachella…

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Tachyon goes from dancing trombone player to indie pop band with ‘Teleportation’ EP

You may have seen that clip from America’s Got Talent featuring the dancing trombone player, Jonathan Arons. Okay, maybe not. Either way, this guy has more energy on a small stage than most DJs and band members do at big festivals. Well that was in 2008. What is he up to…

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Rising Star George Barnett talks US, music videos, and funky covers [Exclusive]

George Barnett is a talented artist that first drew my attention with his covers, and kept my attention with his addictingly catchy pop tunes and personal music visuals. We at EARMILK get a lot of opportunities to interview the biggest up-and-comers out there, but I for one, definitely jumped at…

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