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Top Ten Albums of 2015

Wake Radio recommends that you check out these albums from last year: Grimes – Art Angels Art Angels is an authentic look inside the head of Claire Boucher’s who is professionally known as Grimes. The selfmade album includes original recording and album art. Art Angels is different from her previous releases because it is mostly a pop album, while retaining its unique creativity. There are a wide variety of songs on the album from the...

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Wednesday Mixtape 4/20/2016

Wednesday Mixtape 4/20/2016

Listen Here 1. The Coathangers, Watch Your Back, On this track the traditionally girl punk band hails that they can’t go back as they mix pop hooks with their familiar sound 2. Ronnie Heart, Groovitate, for people who still haven’t gotten over neon indian’s phuzz pest performance   3. All India Radio, Can You Hear the Sound, Any lovers of Tycho or Bonobo will instantly be hooked by this instrumental add that builds...

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Wednesday Mixtape 4/13/2016

Wednesday Mixtape 4/13/2016

1. Com Truise, Silicon Tare, Remember the Tycho remixes? This is the artist that had the most popular track and his solo work is astounding, reminiscent electropop   2. Museyroom, Ballad, This band focuses on putting a funky altrock twist on a typical folk sound and the result is a truly engaging liste   3. Suuns, Translate, post-punk and dark electronic strike a beautiful balance   4. Sam Beam and Jesca Hoop, Every Songbird Says,...

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Wednesday Mixtape 4/6/2016

Wednesday Mixtape 4/6/2016

Listen Here:   1. RJD2, We Come Alive, I know what you’re thinking, but this is not related to star wars, this is what they call nu jazz   2. Gramatik, Anima Mundi, electronic hip-hop producer fresh off the festival circuit   3. Mikael Lind, Intentions and Variations, Mostly an ambient instrumental featuring pianos and violins, Mr. Lind shines with soft distortion techniques that invoke a sense of beauty in the anxiety around...

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Wednesday Mixtape 3/30/2016

Wednesday Mixtape 3/30/2016

Listen Here   1. Explosions in the Sky, Disintegration Anxiety,  instrumental alt rock that reminds you of simpler times   2. The Thermals, Hey You, an indie staple, this album is very dark, but impressively catchy   3. Bleached, Wednesday Night Melody, mix of old-school punk w/ sunny SoCal rock   4. Tacocat, I Hate the Weekend, Even if you disagree with a sentiment you can enjoy a song, and you have to like the band’s...

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Wednesday Mixtape 3/23/2016

Wednesday Mixtape 3/23/2016

LISTEN HERE: 1. Bob Mould, I Don’t Know You Anymore, catchy punk from our friends at Merge   2. Kitten Forever, Temple, Be happy about getting mad with this punk rock add   3. B Boys, Get a Grip, Fun psych beach rock   4. Golden Daze, Low, more psych-rock for your ears that is hypnotic and energizing   5. Black Mountain, Florian Saucer Attack, riyl rock ‘n roll, alien conspiracy theories 6. Seaons, Spaces of...

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