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Pete Mancini's new album, Foothill Freeway, comes out May 4. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Pete Mancini, 'Sweethearts of The Rodeo'

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The Secret Sisters' new album, You Don't Own Me Anymore, comes out June 9. Abraham Rowe/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Secret Sisters, 'Tennessee River Runs Low'

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Members of the Brooklyn Youth Chorus perform in Bryce Dessner's Black Mountain Songs at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Julieta Cervantes hide caption

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Childhood's Retreat

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Phantoms' self titled album is out March 31. Caleb Donato/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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

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"I was learning so much in school and becoming a more confident problem solver, but I was losing my identity as a musician," Jesy Fortino says of her time away from Tiny Vipers. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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