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New Mix: Blistering Punk, Campy Rap And Some Great Unknowns

Clockwise from upper left: Lucius, Julie Ann Bee from Sea of Bees, Thomas Patrick Maguire, Liz Green.

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This week on All Songs Considered: Bob Boilen drops a party-rap track direct from Canada; Robin Hilton explains what he loves so much about Thomas Patrick Maguire, the songwriter he recently named his favorite new artist; and a surprise guest busts up the proceedings with some good old-fashioned California punk. Plus: pulsing, atmospheric tracks from Young Magic and Lucius, and the original voices of Liz Green and Sea of Bees.

New Mix: Ceremony, Sea Of Bees, Youth Lagoon, More

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Mitchmatic

  • Album: It's Probably Raining
  • Song: Why Don't You Know

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Young Magic

  • Album: Melt
  • Song: Slip Time

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Slip Time
Album
Melt
Artist
Young Magic
Label
Carpark Records
Released
2012

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Liz Green

  • Album: O, Devotion!
  • Song: Displacement Song

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Displacement Song
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O, Devotion!
Artist
Liz Green
Label
AIS
Released
2011

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Thomas Patrick Maguire

  • Album: The Future's Coming So Fast
  • Song: What's Your Malfunction

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Ceremony

  • Album: Zoo
  • Song: Hysteria

Learn more about this release at Matador Records.

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Sea of Bees

  • Album: Orangefarben
  • Song: Broke

Learn more about this release at Team Love Records.

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Lucius

  • Album: Lucius EP
  • Song: Don't Sit There

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