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Bibio

Down to the Sound
Feb - 25 - 14
Bibio's track Down to the Sound is a gorgeous piece of music. The guitar that backs the track is soft, but filtered through a lo-fi recording, while being backed by deep bass and the sounds of thunder and explosions. What could've been a simple acoustic song is made even better by these small touche ...

Yellow Ostrich

Neon Fists
Feb - 24 - 14
With their unique sound, Brooklyn-based group Yellow Ostrich is the perfect soundtrack to a cold February day. Listen as the instruments hum along to a catchy beat and dreamy vocals fill the space between. Check it out below!

Black Diet

Unbroke
Feb - 21 - 14
Black Diet truly may be one of the most soulful bands of the Twin Cities. Blending indie/garage rock with soul, the local group has quickly made a name for themselves with their catchy beats, infectious energy, and fantastic live performances. Their new track "Unbroke," found on the Pinata Records H ...

Milosh

This Time
Feb - 20 - 14
Electronic musician Milosh is hard to qualify. Trained as a classic cellist with a deep abiding love of jazz, he was about the last person anyone expected to start making this kind of music. But on This Time, he truly accomplishes his stated mission: "to make people feel something." Listen to this f ...

Fire Retarded

What You Say
Feb - 19 - 14
Garage rock group Fire Retarded has no interest in being quiet. On their new track "What You Say", they come roaring in with distorted guitars, hard drums, and killer vocals, and never let up. Check out the Madison-based group below!

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