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Blur, Tame Impala, Miguel, New D.C. Bands, More
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Tame Impala's "Lucidity" is more about impact than innovation, but the music still stuns on contact. Ben Sullivan hide caption

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'Lucidity' by Tame Impala
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Tame Impala On 'World Cafe: Next'
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