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Bandcamp Weekly The Beat of Their Own Drum

Featuring three guests: Norwegian, multi-instrumental genre-busters Jaga Jazzist; Styles Upon Styles' latest signing, DIY musician Zac Nelson; and Bells Atlas from Oakland. Plus, brand new tunes from Chancha Via Circuito, former Girls frontman Christopher Owens, and mystery Brooklyn group Wives.

Hosted by Andrew Jervis. Illustration of Jaga Jazzist by Oliver Barrett.


Jun 02, 2015

Singing Praises

On their second full-length, Brooklyn’s Wild Yaks tone down their fervent, manic energy in favor of slower, more controlled songwriting. Yet even with its emphasis on elegant arrangements and Rob Bryn’s tender vocals, Rejoice! God Loves Wild Yaks packs more urgency than the band’s previous full-throttle recordings.

New and Notable Records

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More modern soul, on 7", from the Cherries crew. Persuasive b-line, slick vocals, laid-back, top-down, summertime vibes.

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