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107.7 The End Seattle’s New Music Discovery. Every week we choose and feature a new song that you can Discover & Download. Listen for this week’s featured Discover & Download song to be played each day with GREGR, Pepper, Manley and Zach and download it here. It's easy. Log in to your EndMail account and click on "Discover & Download".

Death From Above 1979


Ten years after the band's highly successful debut album, Death From Above 1979 return with The Physical World on September 9th. The Toronto-based dance-punk duo announced their reunion after a 5 year hiatus in 2011. After touring, the band went into the studio to record the new album. Sign in to your Endmail account to download "Trainwreck 1979."

Spoon


Hailing from Austin, TX, Spoon's career spans more than 20 years. Their 8th album, They Want My Soul, comes out this summer. See them at Capitol Hill Block Party this weekend and download "Do You" to get ready for the set.

Priory


Priory is a project born of two young artists—Brandon Rush and Kyle Sears—betting on themselves. The pair met while living in a trashy bachelor pad in Portland. After years of juggling day jobs and courting other hobbies, they quit their day jobs and went all in to create something wholly their own. Written in a studio built from the ground up in a former cement factory, the resulting album Need To Know is a unique and powerful collection of neon-lit new wave pop cut with modern rock aesthetics. It’s the sound of a band emerging triumphantly from the trials of their past and looking fearlessly into the future.

My Goodness


Joel Schneider on guitar/vocals and Andy Lum behind the drum kit – first started playing together in 2012. Both hailing from Seattle, they’d known about each other for years, but it took crossing paths in Texas for the two to finally connect. While My Goodness was at a crossroads after losing its drummer, the addition of Lum re-energized the project. The duo's chemistry is apparent on the new album, Shiver + Shake. Login now to download "Cold Feet Killer."

Alt-J


alt-J (∆)’s name takes a little explaining. Pronounced “alt-J”, the delta sign is created when you hold down the alt key on your computer keyboard and punch ‘J’ on a Mac computer. The symbol has a deeper meaning for the band, as guitarist/bassist Gwil Sainsbury notes, “in mathematical equations it’s used to show change,” and the band’s relatively new name came at a turning point in their lives.

Hozier


It’s not often that you stumble across a songwriter whose lyrics both sound and read like poetry. Such is the case with 23-year-old Andrew Hozier-Byrne, an Irish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from County Wicklow who goes by the name of Hozier. “Take Me to Church” is a song about sexuality, freedom and humanity, whose lyrics capture the beguiling mix of conviction and mischief that so characterizes his approach to songwriting.

War On Drugs


Adam Granduciel, the driving force behind War On Drugs, said of his new project Lost In The Dream, "I wanted there to be a singular voice, but I wanted it to be a project of great friends. Everyone in the band cares about it so much," he says. "That is the crux of it--growing up, dealing with life, having close friends, helping each other get by. That is what the record's all about."

Milky Chance


Milky Chance is German duo Clemens and Philipp. Clemens says of their music, "Think of it as the singer-songwriter spirit mixed with electronic beats. Somehow, it's always a little bit melancholy, but there's a positive spin. You can dance to most of it too! Melancholy is something that I carry within me. I write the best songs when this mood catches me.”

Lana Del Rey


Lana Del Rey got attention with her debut song "Video Games," but she continues to create captivating music. Her latest album Ultraviolence was produced by Dan Auerbach from The Black Keys. Commenting on Ultraviolence, Lana explains, "The record is finished and it's beautiful - it's so wrong and exquisite. It is absolutely gorgeous - darker than the first.” Download the first single, "West Coast," for free now.

St. Vincent


Charming and alarming, gorgeous and morbid, comforting and uncanny - that describes St. Vincent's new self-titled album. Download "Digital Witness" to see why we find Annie Clark (St. Vincent) so compelling.

Thumpers


Comprised of long time friends Marcus Pepperell (vocals, guitar, keys) and John Hamson Jr. (drums, vocals, bass), THUMPERS make colourful, exuberant alt-pop that celebrates their innate musical kinship and draws upon their shared childhood memories. The London-based band combine layered androgynous vocals with muscular drums, astral synths and shimmering guitars in a celebration of the breathless sensations of youth and coming of age.

Future Islands


Future Islands' sound is at once beguilding and irresistable. One part melancholic, one part euphoric, full of animated basslines, robust drum machines and questing keyboards, all set off by singer Sam T. Herring’s remarkably distinct, soaring vocal.

Big Data


Big Data is a paranoid electronic music project from the Internet, formed out of a general distrust for technology and The Cloud (despite a growing dependence on them). Helmed by producer Alan Wilkis, Big Data aims to explore the relationship between man and machine, and how the internet has reshaped the human experience.

SomeKindaWonderful


A three-piece featuring Jordy Towers (vocals/lyrics), as well as Matt Gibson (guitar) and Ben Schigel (drums), the genre-bending group came together after Towers became a casualty of the major label system. He refused to become yet another faceless persona. Towers knew it was time for a reset and headed to Ohio to re-examine his life. It was there that he fatefully crossed paths with Gibson and Schigel. While the local musicians were just intending to just grab some beers at a local bar, they found much more than they had anticipated when they came across Jordy. The result is an R&B soul rock record that will be out this summer.

Bad Suns


Southern California rock band Bad Suns formed in 2012 and in the short time since inception, have managed to be musically beyond their years. Made up of Christo Bowman (vocals), Gavin Bennett (bass), Miles Morris (drums) and Ray Libby (guitar), the band's debut EP "Transpose" was recorded in the studio with producer Eric Palmquist (The Mars Volta, Wavves, Trash Talk) and serves as a prelude to the band’s debut full-length slated for 2014. Comprised of four tracks, Transpose flows effortlessly from start to finish showcasing the band’s stadium ready anthems and undeniably catchy hooks.

Vance Joy


Vance Joy’s debut EP God Loves You When You’re Dancing worms its way under your skin. It’s not an easy task to produce a record so evocative, yet so stripped-back; simplicity in art is often a challenging feat. For Melbourne-based singer and songwriter Vance Joy, the songs began as a collection of loose threads, which over time naturally weaved together, like they were always meant to find a life of their own.

Royal Blood


Things have moved fast since the duo from Brighton, UK formed Royal Blood at the start of 2012. Their pulverizing debut single "Out of the Black" - a mixture of anguished vocals, ferocious drumming and bass that provides intricate detail as well as a rumble of rhythm - has earned significant national airplay in the UK. Press acclaim followed - NME, Clash, DIY and others - which resulted in Royal Blood being the only rock band to be named in the long list for the BBC Sound of 2014 poll. Further endorsement arrived courtesy of Arctic Monkeys who picked Royal Blood to open for them at their two sold-out shows at Finsbury Park.
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