Lia Radler

Listen to Killed by 9V Batteries, "Worst of Total Anarchy"

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Listen to "Giant Hands"

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Jacob McNaughton prefers to promote his musical project Galapagos by collages of childhood photos because he says it's more interesting. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Gleaming

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Listen to "Gov't Seizure" by Girlfriends

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Listen to "Ghost of Geeshie" by Wooden Dinosaur

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Listen to Acid And Everything by Gem Club

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The Binary Marketing Show is Bethany Carder and Abram Morphew, from Brooklyn, NY. Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Listen to "I Hate My Brain"

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Listen to 'Ceviche' by The Stares

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Listen to "No Me Importa"

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Listen to 'Been This Way'

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Shane Williams

'March Rabbits' by Fading Collection

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The Californian indie-pop band hit the ground running after SXSW and a Hype Machine hit with "Pumped Up Kicks." Courtesy of Artist hide caption

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Listen to 'Pumped Up Kicks' by Foster The People

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