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Natalie Prass Dims The Lights On 'Short Court Style'

Natalie Prass turns the laid-back groove of "Short Court Style" into the soft murmurs of late-night devotion.

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Clairo Dances With 'Flaming Hot Cheetos' In New Video

Named for the finger-reddening snack, Clairo's hooky ode to a doomed fling gets a cameo-laden music video directed by Matthew Dillon Cohen.

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Take A Psychedelic, Indie-Pop Road Trip With Varsity

"Must Be Nice," the first single from the Chicago band's forthcoming album Parallel Person, mixes pop punchiness with self-conscious anxiety and has an animated video to match.

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Chvrches Is Back With The Ambitiously Poppy 'Get Out'

This time around, the band has teamed up with Greg Kurstin, who's fresh off of a repeat win for producer of the year at the Grammys for his work with the Foo Fighters, Beck, Adele and Sia.

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Taylor Swift Takes A Shot With Ed Sheeran And Rides Shotgun With Future In 'End Game'

The last video from Swift's sixth album, Reputation, unites three of 2017's heavy hitters. The New Taylor came to play, and she would like you to know she's game.


In 'My My My!' Video, Troye Sivan Cements His Image As A Gay Pop Icon

It's not every day you see a young, skinny, queer kid get to be completely himself in a music video, and Sivan makes us want to dance along with him.

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Watch Alvvays Perform 'Dreams Tonite' Live In The Studio


Watch the Toronto indie-pop band perform a romantic track from its sophomore album, Antisocialites, live at the KCRW studio.

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Watch Lawrence Rothman Perform 'Wolves Still Cry' Live In The Studio


Lawrence Rothman embodies several alter egos on their new album, The Book Of Law. Watch them perform a catchy standout track during their live radio debut.


Lo Moon Shows Two Sides Of Love In Colorful New 'Thorns' Video

In a pastel-colored video for the trio's third single, a couple dances at the crossroads of a wilting relationship.

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Now, Now Simulates The Heady Rush Of An All-Consuming Crush

In their new video for "Yours," KC Dalager and Bradley Hale conjure up the sound and feel of blissed-out devotion.