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Kid Moxie

Jacqueline The Ripper
Feb - 09 - 15
Kid Moxie is the musical moniker of Greek born, Los Angeles-based Elena Charbila. Her second LP1888 follows her EMI debut Selector, and is a blend of powerful beats and pop sweetness punctuated by haunting, John Carpenter-esque melodies that give her music a cinematic edge. The LP features collabs w ...

Homeless & Big Cats

Feb - 06 - 15
Even before this was a track of the day, we here at the K have been jamming to this song! It doesn't get any better than local hip hop combined with some seriously fresh sounds from Mr. Big Cats himself. Mix that up with beautifully spat lyrics by Homeless (that thankfully don't mention smoking weed ...


40 Watt
Feb - 05 - 15
To attempt to slap genre boundaries on Nashville eight-piece band ELEL's shimmering, stomping "40 Watt" is the sort of writer's exercise that likely limits the breadth of the bands inspiration (which includes Beach House, Toro Y Moi, MGMT and probably plenty of time spent playing outside as kids) an ...

Plain Speak

Vision At All
Feb - 04 - 15
Plain Speak began in fall 2013, when the band set out to re- record the album they'd lost in the tornado that hit Oklahoma on May 20th. Dan and Ben had recorded together before, under the name Double Saginaw Familiarity. The album they lost was meant to be the next for that project. After years of w ...

Future of What

Daydream 99
Feb - 03 - 15
Words like honest, earnest and endearing immediately come to mind when listening to Pro Dreams but don’t fully capture the sweet simplicity Future of What achieves with their debut album. The Brooklyn trio consider the album perfectly suitable for the "everyone-has-depression" generation, while at ...

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