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Girlpool, 'Chinatown'

When Harmony Tividad and Cleo Tucker harmonize, it's like a lightning bolt to the gut.

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First Watch: Andrew Combs, 'Nothing To Lose'

Country, soul, rock and balladry all mingle on this new track by one of 2015's breakout candidates.

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First Watch: Orenda Fink, 'Holy Holy'

Have you ever felt alone in a big city? In this heartwarming video, Fink sings of loss and empathy.

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Watch Broad City Interview Sleater-Kinney

In a raucous and revealing panel discussion, Broad City's stars interview the newly reunited band.

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First Watch: Tobias Jesso, 'How Could You Babe'

The Vancouver singer channels the classic piano ballad sounds of Harry Nilsson and Randy Newman.

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Adventures, 'Heavenly'

The '90s-indebted band plays in a dollhouse while a blue Claymation character curls up into a ball.

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First Watch: Mount Eerie, 'This'

Punctuated by droning organ and frenzied flutes, a new video aims to make dream logic literal.

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Andy Shauf, 'I'm Not Falling Asleep'

Old film footage from the 1920's is an odd but perfectly mysterious backdrop to this spare song.

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La Dispute, 'Woman (Reading)'

A dancer's desperate choreography powerfully accompanies this poetic post-hardcore track.

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First Watch: U2 'Song For Someone'

Watch a spray-painted mural take shape, inspired by U2's "Song for Someone."