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Gary Clark, Jr.

To sum up Gary Clark Jr. is more challenging every day. He’s a musical universe unto himself, expanding at a nearly immeasurable rate, ever more hard to define — as a mind-blowing guitarist, a dazzling songwriter and engagingly soulful singer. Just ask Eric Clapton, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Jay-Z, Jimmy Page, Alicia Keys, the Roots, Buddy guy, Dave Matthews, Roger Waters, Keith Urban, Sheryl Crow, Jeff Beck, among the many who hailed his arrival as a major talent and cherished chances to perform with him. It’s no accident that he was invited to make more “special guest” appearances on the Stones’ recent 50th anniversary tour than any other artist, including the concluding Hyde Park blowout in which he and band also were the opening act. Or ask President Barak Obama himself, who seeing Clark command the stage of the PBS White House concert honoring the blues — with Jagger, Beck, B.B. King and Buddy Guy among the veterans performing — declared of the young man, “He’s the future.” It’s a lot to live up to, but through it all his musical ambition and reach continue to grow. New songs he’s previewed to delighted audiences show him exploring ever further combinations of sounds and styles, all with his distinct stamp. A man of few words, he’s quietly grateful that the music he makes his way has connected with so many. “To think a weird idea I noodled on at the house has gone to something 40,000 people might hear at a festival is an indescribable feeling,” he told Esquire recently. “As cool as I might try to be, I think, ‘Oh my God, this is real!’”

Tame Impala

Tame Impala’s third album is titled Currents, and on it Kevin Parker addresses a blindingly colourful panorama of transition in the most audacious, adventurous fashion he’s yet to capture on record. Dense with heady lyrical introspection, musically the most playful, bold and varied Tame Impala record to date, Currents is Parker putting down his weapons and embracing change as the only constant - sonically, thematically, and personally.

Matt and Kim

Matt and Kim are a much beloved duo known for smart yet infectious beat-driven anthems and theirexplosive live shows. On their latest, New Glow, Matt and Kim push the boundaries of what they havedone in the past, while still holding tight to that tried-and-true Matt and Kim aesthetic. Raw exuberance,bombastic beats, sing-along refrains and dance-ready anthems abound, only on bigger scales. In this era offlash-in-the-pan overnight successes, Matt Johnson (vocals/keyboards) and Kim Schifino (drums) arecomfortable with the consistent upward climb—because these heroes have navigated the terms themselves(collecting VMA’s and Gold Records along the way). The two met while attending Pratt Institute andquickly became known for their thunder-punching, melodic mix of indie dance music and for their daringvideos. Right off, Spin said “there truly is no sound these two won't use to support their almost religiouscommitment to spreading huge grins,” while Pitchfork described their quality as “melody so happily jerkyand rhythms so dangerously spastic that you can practically hear paroxysmal crowds pogo-ing madly…Johnson sings, and thousands of other kids in his zip code (and others like it around the country) feel likehe’s describing their Saturday nights.” Relating—to each other, to collaborators, to their audience—hasalways been one of the things that Matt and Kim do best. “It’s not a coincidence we named ourselvesMatt and Kim. “Music is about a connection between people,” he continues. “We want to be on a firstname basis with our audience.”


Halsey, born Ashley Nicolette Frangipane, has musical roots playing the violin, viola and cello before moving to guitar at 14. Her career took off when she was 18 by posting cover songs on YouTube. in just 2 years, she's become one of the most talked about artists online and has opened for Imagine Dragons. Login to your Endmail account to download "New Americana."


In 2014, Lizzy Plapinger and Max Hershenow came back to New York City to start work on their sophomore album as MS MR. They had a thousand ideas and one album to make, and to do so, MS MR found themselves seeking out the feel of those early, nameless days. As they started to hammer out the ideas that would eventually result in the ecstatic, high-octane How Does It Feel, it wasn't glamour but a certain DIY gravity that set their compass straight. Login to your Endmail account to download "Criminals" now.

Ivan & Alyosha

Seattle-based five-piece rock combo Ivan & Alyosha are finally complete, having organically grown from the original duo of Tim Wilson and Ryan Carbary, adding Tim’s brother Pete and Tim Kim, then drummer Cole Mauro as a full-time member for their sophomore Dualtone Records album, It’s All Just Pretend, an uplifting exploration of the things that fuel their classic sound, steeped in the verities of family, faith and existential doubt.


Prepare to embark on a journey with Brooklyn’s DREAMERS and their unique brand of ‘70s punk meets power pop. DREAMERS were first introduced to the universe in November 2014 with their self-released, self-titled debut EP. Their colorfully passionate music tugged at heartstrings and had tastemakers dancing around the room all in one fell swoop. The band has already shared the stage with such notable artists as The Vaccines, The 1975, Bear Hands, Walk The Moon, Stone Temple Pilots, Oberhofer, and Broncho.

The Struts

The Struts' frontman Luke Spiller is not afraid to have attitude and be different from a generation of cautious rock bands, who in his opinion have second-guessed rock & roll into the margins. "Too many bands are afraid," reasons Spiller. "They're looking over their shoulder, too concerned with thinking 'Can I get away with this?' and caught up with what's currently cool. You need a good level of songwriting, of course, but you need a level of performance and style too. You need flamboyance."


It’s almost unheard of for a British band to fill a venue 3000 miles from home before they’d released their debut album, but that’s exactly what Coasts experienced when they headlined New York’s Bowery Ballroom earlier this year. Their progress is a blend of the old with the new: their devoted and ever-growing fan-base has emerged from simple word-of-mouth instigated by their phenomenal popularity across social media.“We were really surprised to sell that show out,” says vocalist Chris Caines. “To sell 600 tickets in a city that you haven’t really focused on before is testament to the Internet’s ability to allow people to discover music from all over the world.” That gig is just one element of the Bristol-rooted quartet’s already enviable list of accomplishments which include a rapturous reception at a packed tent in Coachella; a series of London shows which expand in size every time that they return, including Heaven and KOKO; Radio 1 and XFM support; a social media following of over 120,000; a #1 HypeM with Oceans which reached over 4 million plays on Soundcloud and Spotify without any airplay; an invite to perform on Made in Chelsea; and even a famous fan in the shape of Jake Gyllenhaal.

The Arcs

The Arcs are Dan Auerbach, Leon Michels, Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss, and Nick Movshon. Also featured on the album are Kenny Vaughan and Mariachi Flor de Toloache. The group collaboratively wrote and recorded 13 tracks for Yours, Dreamily, with the musicians playing a large array of roles both vocally and instrumentally. Co-produced by Auerbach and Michels, the album was recorded in roughly two weeks through spontaneous, informal sessions across the country at the Sound Factory in Los Angeles, the Diamond Mine in Queens, Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound in Nashville, and in a lounge room at Electric Lady in Manhattan. Tchad Blake mixed the album on his horse farm in Wales. Login to your Endmail account to download "Outta My Mind" now.


The word "bully" has a negative connotation in 2015, one heavy with menace and violence. A bully is an instigator, an aggressor-someone who can spot your weaknesses and exploit them mercilessly. It's a curious name for a Nashville quartet that is transforming familiar '90s alt-rock (Dinosaur Jr, Pavement, Weezer) into smart, sharp-edged millennial indie rock, but "bully" is certainly an apt description for the band's churning guitars, rambunctious rhythms, and tightly coiled intensity. Their debut, Feels Like sounds alternately like a balled fist and a fresh bruise.


PHASES is the result of four friends listening to the universe and working tirelessly to make their dream a reality. For all the serendipity and magic involved, the real through line was a year of the hardest work and most prolific collaboration any of the group had ever experienced. The result is a party album culled from all the best moments of its players’ favorite decades, a cosmic validation of shared creativity, and turning past struggle and strife into excitement and pure joy. Without the trust in their own abilities together and apart, without each domino falling into its right place, without simply believing in the power of a daydream, who knows what the universe would have had up its sleeve?

Civil Twilight

Civil Twilight’s Steven and Andrew McKeller, Richard Wouters and Kevin Dailey spent one month recording Story Of An Immigrant with Ben H. Allen in Atlanta. “This song both lyrically and musically seemed to set the course for the new music we were writing. It was the first song written for the new record where we all collectively went, ‘I like this. Let's keep going in this direction,’” says frontman Steven McKeller of the title track and album theme. “We think musically it very naturally links our past with where we're headed - and lyrically it's in many ways the story of our lives, our band, and our journey.”

Elle King

Frank and fearless, tender and rowdy, Elle King’s debut album, LOVE STUFF marks the true arrival of the young singer/songwriter/guitarist/banjoist as a pop force to be reckoned with. “I always thought I knew who I was,” says King, “but now I’m really learning what kind of person I want to be. And with that comes who I am as an artist, because the songs come from who I am and what I go through.”

The Moth & The Flame

Founded in the high desert of Provo, Utah and now based in Los Angeles, The Moth & The Flame has quickly earned devoted fans and critical acclaim for their brand of lush, atmospheric rock. NYLON praised the band's self-released 2013 & EP, describing it as "a layered, complex collection of rock songs that probably has Chris Martin wishing he came up with them himself." UK's The Guardian proclaimed the track "Sorry" to be "as brilliant as Flaming Lips, by which we mean it has the brightness, the sheer surface dazzle, of the Lips' best music." An engaging live outfit, The Moth & The Flame has also spent considerable time on the road, most recently alongside longtime friends Imagine Dragons and The Naked And Famous. The band will release their debut, full-length album later this year.

Circa Waves

Liverpool-based band Circa Waves – comprising Kieran Shudall (guitar / vocals), Joe Falconer (guitar), Sam Rourke (bass) & Colin Jones (drums) – grew up on the guitar bands of the early 00s and are hell-bent on recapturing some of the excitement and success of their former boyhood heroes. The title track of their five-song EP T-Shirt Weather is an instant summer anthem. “T-Shirt Weather,” explains Kieran, is about “false nostalgia, how you imagine your past – summers were always better when you were a kid.”

X Ambassadors

For X Ambassadors, an unshakable sense of brotherhood has long shaped the sound and spirit of the band. Growing up in small-town upstate New York, frontman Sam Harris, his brother Casey, and childhood friend Noah Feldshuh bonded over an obsessive love for punk, rock & roll, soul, and hip-hop that defied the conventions of their peer group. Forming their first band in middle school, the three channeled their infatuation with artists as eclectic as The Stooges and The Staple Singers into a string of musical projects that sharply clashed with their local scene’s favoring of folk and country. After graduating high school and decamping to New York City in search of a greater music community, the Harris brothers and Noah joined up with L.A.-raised drummer Adam Levin—a move that helped X Ambassadors solidify their sound into a groove-fueled take on alt-pop, and ultimately land a record deal.


In the last four years, Houndmouth have learned what it means to be a band. On their second album, Little Neon Limelight, they wear that wisdom like a badge of honor. Less than a half-decade ago in the small Indiana city of New Albany, four pals were crafting tunes on their own, with few ambitions of turning those songs into a spectacle. That all changed when these friends crossed paths, and joined forces. Matt Myers, Shane Cody, Katie Toupin, and Zak Appleby became the drums and keys, guitars and harmonies of Houndmouth, and those personal numbers became the irrepressible core of an outfit turned magnetic. For Little Neon Limelight, the charged, charming and preternaturally mature Houndmouth did exactly that.

Purity Ring

After sixty-five fortnights, Purity Ring have returned with their super-tight second album Another Eternity. The pair ventured home to the frozen industrial landscapes of their birthplace Edmonton, Alberta to document much of what was to become the album. For the first time, vocalist Megan James and producer Corin Roddick were able to create a record in the same room. Log into your Endmail account now to download "bodyache."

The Districts

Whether they’re tearing it up in a basement, rocking a festival crowd or hard at work in a studio, The Districts are a band that exists in the moment. The Pennsylvania four-piece channels its long-forged bonds into visceral, explosive rock and roll. A Flourish and a Spoil is a vibrant, eclectic rock record, collecting sounds from toe-tapping fuzz-pop (“Peaches”) to contemplative folk (“Suburban Smell”) and driving, impressionistic soundscapes (“Young Blood” is well worth 9 minutes of your time) into a whirlwind 45 minute set. It announces the arrival of The Districts as a captivating voice in contemporary rock, a band crafting heartfelt music that’s honest, raw, energetic and unforgettable. Log into your Endmail account to download "4th and Roebling" now.

Courtney Barnett

Mixing witty, often hilarious, occasionally even heartbreaking observations with devastating self-assessment, Courtney Barnett's debut album, Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit, cements her standing as one of the most distinctive and compelling voices in indie rock. These songs reveal not only an assured songwriter and guitar player, but also an artist who in just a few years has already proved highly influential.

Twenty One Pilots

In its purest form, music is a conduit of self-expression that's free from the conventions of society. That spirit of fearlessness lies at the core of Twenty One Pilots, a group whose musical vision is completely their own. Since the release of their debut album, the duo built an international following thanks in part to a seemingly infinite tour. Their follow-up album is out May 19th.

Wolf Alice

London-based four-piece Wolf Alice will release their debut album entitled My Love Is Cool on June 23rd. Produced by Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, Foals, Black Keys), My Love Is Cool is a remarkable leap forward from the band’s EP Creature Songs, released last year. A glimpse of this incredible record is the new track “Moaning Lisa Smile,” which you can download by logging into your Endmail account now.

Wild Party

Wild Party, made up of vocalist Lincoln Kreifels, guitarist Lucas Hughes, bassist Ethan Kaufmann, and drummer Cary LaScala are still a young band, but they have already been around the block and across the pond. The band were thrust into the spotlight early in their career when they were offered a gig to support The Wombats on tour across the UK in 2010. Without label support, Wild Party seized the moment and took a DIY approach, releasing tracks and video content online, and gaining a fan base before inking a deal with indie/rock label Old Friends Records to release their debut album Phantom Pop.


Frontman Drake Margolnick was born in England, the son of a military couple. A few years later, his mother settled in Charlotte where Margolnick focused his energies on skateboarding and dirt-bike riding, dreaming of pursuing the sports professionally. Through his teen years, however, music began to completely capture his imagination. After high school graduation, Margolnick moved to Australia to follow his muse. Disillusioned with the scene there, Margolnick returned to Charlotte where he quickly integrated into the burgeoning community of musicians, artists and filmmakers. It was the same soil that guitarist Matthew Padgett, drummer Michael Finster and keyboardist Grant Harding were growing in, a community that expanded across the state to include bassist Chris Comfort. It was here playing in multiple bands in multiple venues that they honed their musical style, a sound that transcends the traditional south but seems right at home in the southern heat.

Ex Cops

Ex Cops, a nomadic duo featuring Amalie Bruun and Brian Harding, brings the hook-heavy blast of ‘90s alt-rock into a new era on their second album Daggers. Executive produced by icon-of-form Billy Corgan and produced by Justin Raisen (Sky Ferriera, Charli XCX, Kylie Minogue), the record rescues guitar-pop from the bedroom, returning it to the stage it deserves. Login to your Endmail account to download "Black Soap."

Meg Myers

With a variety of influences, from Trent Reznor to Tracy Chapman, Fleetwood Mac to Kurt Cobain, one can understand why singer-songwriter Meg Myers writes multi-dimensional music. Nashville-born, Los Angeles-based Myers consistently works that dichotomy in her music, exploring the tension between dark and light, sweet and sour, and sex and death in her cathartic songwriting. Her richly powerful voice, which can slide on a dime from a feathery trill to an anguished howl, is the perfect instrument with which to express her brooding, fiercely raw lyrics about craving what’s just out of reach. Download "Sorry" now.

Alabama Shakes

“We took our time to write this record, and I’m really glad we did,” says Brittany Howard, lead singer and guitarist of Alabama Shakes, about the band’s new album Sound & Color. “We were able to sit down and think about what’s exciting to us, explore all the things we wanted to on our first album. This record is full of genre-bending songs—it’s even harder now when people ask, ‘What kind of band are you?’ I have no clue.” Download "Don't Wanna Fight" now to get a taste of Sound & Color.


If you want to find Garrett Borns a good place to look would be up. “I live in a treehouse,” the artist says of his home in the Los Angeles canyons. It was the first place BRNS, originally from rural Michigan, landed when he relocated from New York to LA and immediately, something about it felt right. It was there he started writing his forthcoming EP Candy, which filters the singer's naturally moody, sensual sound through "an explosion of sunlight," as he puts it. Log into your Endmail account to download "Electric Love" for free.

The Wombats

The Wombats upcoming album Glitterbug is due April 7th. Celebrate with them at the Crocodile on May 19th, and log into your Endmail account to download "Greek Tragedy" for free!

Hanni El Khatib

For his third album, Hanni El Khatib locked himself into a studio and took time to experiment. The result is the album Moonlight, the rarest and most welcome kind of album, made at that perfect point in life where confidence, experience and technique unite to help an artist do anything they want. Download "Melt Me" now.


Following a whirlwind 2 years supporting their debut album, AWOLNATION worked on their sophomore album, Run, in the depths of the California coastline. The end result is a finely tuned musical masterwork that is at times, and all at once, sprawling, atmospheric, exuberant, earnest and refined with moments of a signature aggressive unease. “There is not one second on the record that hasn’t been thoughtfully placed,” said musical architect Aaron Bruno. “Every single element serves a purpose.”


It’s three years since SBTRKT first came to wider attention with his debut self-titled album. Since then, he’s toured the world, and received global acclaim for his soulful, textured take on electronic music. Although we didn’t know the face behind SBTRKT – he preferred to obscure his identity behind a mask - we always knew the heart. Now he’s back with a new LP, and its title is perfect. Wonder Where We Land is an experimental, inquisitive, magical record, the result of off-the-cuff inspiration and surprise collaboration. Download "New Dorp, New York," featuring vocals from Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig.

Saint Motel

Los Angeles quartet Saint Motel is not an easy band to pin down. Indie pop quirks blended with a surge of art school world music and strident horns. All of which gets twisted through a sardonic examination of L.A. life. The first single is "My Type," a collision of influences embedded in an immediate pop hook which might be described as TropiCali. The idea for the song came from an argument with singer A/J Jackson's girlfriend, who half-joked that his type was, “every woman alive”. “I thought it was hilarious,” Jackson reminisces. “and probably spot on for most red-blooded men.”


Los Angeles based Smallpools released their EP last year and have been touring consistently since with bands like Grouplove, Neon Trees, MS MR, 21 Pilots and Walk The Moon. Their headlining tour was sold out across the country, and they've just released their latest song, "Karaoke." Download it for free by logging into your Endmail account!

Jamie T

Jamie T is a British singer-songwriter. He is a gold-selling, Mercury prize-nominated artist from Wimbledon, South London. Five years have passed since Jamie T has released music, though his 2007 and 2009 albums were critically acclaimed. During the stretch, the punk-inspired singer-songwriter (born Jamie Alexander Treays) went traveling in America on an isolated but essential voyage of self-discovery. Perhaps this is why Carry On The Grudge contains a pensive air of personal sadness and longing. Words fit snugly into melody, there are rattling post-Clash rhythms, with irreverent tips of the hat to Prince Buster, Madness and The Who. According to Mojo, it’s a “staggering collection of incredible songs.” And in their 9/10 star review, NME said it’s "one of the most original, exciting musician of the last decade." It’s “a modern original,” said The Guardian.


Just Enough Hip To Be Woman is a bold step forward for Broncho. Though it certainly bears the hallmarks of their previous work — fuzzy, guitar-driven rock – the production and energy of the record moves into decidedly sleeker and decidedly more new wave directions (think Cheap Trick meets the Drive soundtrack meets every great song from Fast Times at Ridgemont High meets the greatest after-hours party you've never been to). The new record is a potent statement of intent: an effortless sounding rock record that dips its toe into a variety of different styles without ever succumbing to any of them.


After finishing school and coming off of years on the road supporting former music projects, Van Pierszalowski decided to live and work in San Francisco, allowing himself to stand still for the first time in ages. The calm gave way to creative restlessness and the result was a new band and a new sound in the form of WATERS. Van says the song "I Feel Everything," “came about after listening to alternative rock radio for the first time in ages and recognizing the lack of anything alternative or rock about it. Where are those dirty guitars? Where is that frenetic energy? ‘I Feel Everything’ is our rally call to get that back.”


Afie Jurvanen isn't from the Bahamas. He's a Finnish-Canadian from a working class town in Ontario. His chosen epithet is fitting, though. Since 2009, he's been making music under the name Bahamas; writing songs about sunsets, love affairs and making otu with crooked smiles. Through simple arrangements, he charts an escape route from the snow-belt to the coral reefs. Login to your Endmail account to download "All The Time" from the album Bahamas Is Afie now.

In The Valley Below

He’s from Memphis, equally steeped in Link Wray and Phil Collins. She’s a small town
girl raised in Muskegon, Michigan, who found her songwriting inspiration while living
on a small boat in the West Indies. Jeffrey Jacob and Angela Gail met in Los Angeles,
playing guitar and bass, respectively, in a loud, grungy guitar band, but the seeds of In the
Valley Below were planted one night at SXSW, when they realized there was something
special in the passion and chemistry they shared on-stage.

Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

After leaving his 20s, and his former moniker Jack's Mannequin, behind, Andrew McMahon is back to creating music and exploring life on his own terms. Now performing as Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, McMahon's new album was written in a shack in a SoCal canyon, produced in an LA garage and tackles topics from his former life on the road to becoming a father to Cecilia. Download the first single, appropriately called "Cecilia and the Satellite," by logging into your Endmail account.

Chet Faker

An artist of considerable range, Chet Faker, real name Nick Murphy, excels at crisp, soulful songwriting that merges late-ʻ90s R&B with a contemporary electronic palate influenced by a youth producing house and disco. He performs all of his own music, giving it a warm, homespun feel that also sounds like one of the worldʼs sultriest bands cranking at full steam.


There's no blueprint to Jungle's irresistible, life-enhancing, report-to-the-dancefloor sound, but there are many ingredients. It’s P-Funk and ‘Grand Theft Auto’, it’s Curtis Mayfield and ‘Tron’, it’s the Beach Boys and Joy Division and Marvin Gaye and Can, all cut up and refracted in a London neighbourhood where anything can happen. Log into your Endmail account to download "Busy Earnin'."

Robert DeLong

We're always excited to feature a Seattle artist on Discover & Download. Though he calls LA home now, Robert DeLong grew up in Bothell, WA. His Long Way Down EP features four tunes that are traditionally written tunes according to DeLong. “Each of those songs are kind of weirdly dressed pop songs,” he says. “They’re more standard format than some of the songs on Just Movement, and that’s something I’ve always liked.” An added bonus: his stage show is equipped with video game controllers as sound modifiers. Log into your Endmail account to download his new single, "Long Way Down."

Catfish & The Bottlemen

Getting their start doing Oasis impersonations and playing Beatles covers around their hometown in North Wales, Catfish and the Bottlemen learned to bootstrap their way to bigger shows and a record deal. Hours in a van playing shows around England eventually led to a spot on the Reading and Leeds festival stages last summer. Download their single, "Kathleen," to hear the influence Mike Skinner of The Streets has on Catfish lyrics and discover this upcoming British band.

Mikhael Paskalev

Mikhael Paskalev set the music world aflutter when he donned a pair of tighty whiteys and “pretended to be Tom Cruise.” The cheeky Risky Business-inspired video for new single ‘I Spy’ turned Paskalev into a star back home in Norway and amongst the Aussies this past year. Sayonara Saigon is the forthcoming EP from the bewitching Oslo singer/songwriter.

Perfume Genius

Over the course of two astonishing albums, Perfume Genius, aka Seattle native Mike Hadreas, cemented his place as a singer-songwriter of rare frankness, creating songs that, while achingly emotional, offered empathy and hope, rather than judgment or handwringing. Sparse, gorgeous and with Hadreas’ quavering vocals often only accompanied by piano, 2010’s Learning and 2012’s Put Yr Back N 2 It told uncommonly beautiful tales of a life lived on the dark side – scarred, brutalized, yet ultimately reclaimed.

Colony House

A threesome from Nashville, TN, Colony House strikes a resonant chord with listeners. Their balance of craft and immediacy reflects an affinity for bands like Interpol and The Killers, while relecting influences like U2 and New Order. Their first full-length album, When I Was Younger, features an open-hearted attitude with sharp lyrics and indelible melodic craft.

Log into your Endmail account now to download "Silhouettes."

Glass Animals

The bare bones of Glass Animals' first songs took shape late at night - inspired by South London's bass music scene - recorded secretly and quietly in a small room near Elephant and Castle. Surprisingly for everyone, the result was a beautiful piece of ambient electronica called Golden Antlers, pitched somewhere between Anthony & the Johnsons and James Blake. Hear the first single from the album ZABA, "Gooey," by logging into yout Endmail account now.


“The three loves in my musical life are late 60s rock music, hip hop and electronic music,” says Serge Pizzorno, explaining the genesis of Kasabian’s fifth studio album ’48:13’. “I sort of wanted to melt all those together, the three things I love most about music. That’s the concept for this record. Marry those three worlds together and hopefully you get something that’s a mongrel, but it’s unique, you know, something new.” Log in to your Endmail account now to download "Eez-eh."

George Ezra

At 20, George Ezra has seemingly sailed in to his position as one of pop’s most talked about new artists. Even he seems unsure how it happened. The hype around the Hertford-born singer with the booming, bluesy voice certainly hasn’t gone to his head. Of his appearance on umpteen One To Watch lists for 2014, he remains refreshingly non-plussed. “I keep being told that this is my year,” says Ezra. “Which is nice, but problematic because I’m planning to be around in 2015 and long beyond.” Log into your Endmail account to download "Budapest."

TV On The Radio

Always creating music on their own terms, TV on the Radio started by leaving burned CDs of their demo all over New York City. Twelve years past that (broken) CD burner, TVOTR release their 5th studio album, Seeds, this fall. Sample one song from the new invention of the band when you log into your Endmail account to download "Happy Idiot."
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