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Phantoms, 'Just A Feeling (feat. Vérité)'

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Colouring's new single, Heathen, is out now. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Colouring, 'Heathen'

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01Don't Believe

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    Don't Believe
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    Don't Believe
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    Slow Dancer
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    ATO Records
    Released
    2017

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In Lemaitre's video for "Playing To Lose," two strangers affect each other's lives in unexpected ways. Vevo hide caption

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01Playing To Lose (Feat. Stanaj)

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    Playing To Lose (Feat. Stanaj)
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    Afterglow
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    Lemaitre
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    1969

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01Up & Down

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    Up & Down
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    Shiba San
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    DIRTYBIRD
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Preoccupations' new self-titled album is out now. YouTube hide caption

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04Memory

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    Memory
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    Preoccupations
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    Preoccupations
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    Jagjaguwar
    Released
    1969

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DIANA's new album, Familiar Touch, comes out Nov. 18. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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02What You Get

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    Familiar Touch
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    DIANA
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    Culvert / ILS / Caroline
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"It's had a few different lives over the years and the timing feels right," says RL Grime (left) of his collaboration with What So Not and Skrillex. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Songs We Love: RL Grime, What So Not And Skrillex, 'Waiting'

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Empire of the Sun's new album, Two Vines, comes out Oct. 28. Jen Campbell/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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11To Her Door

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    Empire of the Sun
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    Astralwerks
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01Life Itself

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