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Posts From Meredith Nardino

Stop what you’re doing ‘Right Now’ – the Haim sisters are back!

Yes, you heard correctly – Haim have finally crystallized their long-awaited return! Four years after their incredibly impressive debut album Days Are Gone, the Haim sisters have been slowly but surely hinting at

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Woods inspire change on ‘Love Is Love’

Now more than ever, thoughtful art matters. We are in the midst of a nerve-wracking and uncertain time when the value of a person’s opinion hinges on how loudly they shout

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COIN may have just dropped the album of the summer

Breakout indie-rock band COIN may have just released one of the best albums of the summer. The Nashville four-piece find their footing on their sophomore effort, How Will You Know

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MIRAS premieres sultry new single ‘Dilemma’

Swedish singer Mira Edlund—also known as MIRAS—made her way to the United States in 2015, hoping to break into the L.A. pop music scene. Her first single, “Something I Don’t

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Sarah Close – Caught Up (EP)

Emerging British pop sensation Sarah Close, like so many young and passionate artists, got her start posting covers on YouTube. With a following of more than 750,000 worldwide, Close already

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‘Hate That You Know Me’ marks a new era for Bleachers

Much to the excitement and relief of fans worldwide, alternative-pop juggernaut Bleachers have (finally) announced their sophomore album. Your favorite pop star’s go-to producer, Jack Antonoff, appeared on Beats 1

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Bishop Briggs smashes expectations with debut EP

Sarah Grace McLaughlin – also known as Bishop Briggs – might be one of the most unique singers the industry has seen in years. The self-proclaimed queen of “trap-soul” had

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Witness the meteoric rise of The Big Moon

London’s four-piece band The Big Moon have been the talk of the industry for a while now and their debut album certainly proves they’re something to talk about. These pop-savvy

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San Fermin find their groove on dreamy new album

Brooklyn-based group San Fermin are continuing the eclectic, ambient trend so popular in today’s alternative music. What was once the brainchild of Yale music student, Ellis Ludwig-Leone, San Fermin has grown

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Fall head over heels for Vancouver Sleep Clinic

There aren’t many people who can say they’ve played sold out tours in Australia and Europe at the age of 18, but Aussie indie star Tim Bettinson – the mastermind

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