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Wilco "I Might"

Back in April we announced that Wilco would releasing a new single called "I Might" this summer and now they have. The single officially dropped at Wilco's own Solid Sound Fest over the weekend. You can hear "I Might" below and purchase the single here.

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Hey Champ "Silver City"

Hey Champ has released a new video for their track "Silver City". The track comes from their recent ep Anything At All.

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Moon Furies 100 shows in 100 days

Moon Furries are a mission with a solid cause behind it. The band is almost a third of the way through a 100 shows in a 100 days tour this summer. They are doing this to help support cancer research because one of the band member's mother is currently battling cancer.

Moon Furries released their latest ep Mercury back in January and you can pay what you like for it here. Moon Furries will be performing at Obbity Fest on July 3rd along with many other great local bands.

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The Tale of Briar Rabbit

Phillip-Michael Scales of Briar Rabbit is not only a talented musician with a tremendous voice, but he is also quite intelligent especially when it comes to how to convert a bus into a veggie oil bus. Check out his video and support him in this eco-friendly project.

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The Cool Kids "Swimsuits"

The Cool Kids “When Fish Ride Bicycles" finally drops on July 12, but if you want a sneak peak at that summer hottness that the duo is bound to bring than check out "Swimsuits" which feature Mayer Hawthorne.

1. Rush Hour Traffic
2. GMC
3. Boomin’ (feat. Tennille)
4. Sour Apples (feat. Travis Barker)
5. Penny Hardaway (feat. Ghostface Killah)
6. Bundle Up
7. Gas Station (feat. Bun B)
8. Get Right
9. Swimsuits (feat. Mayer Hawthorne)
10. Roll Call (feat. Asher Roth, Chip Tha Ripper, Boldy James)
11. Summer Jam (feat. Maxine Ashley) (Prod. by Pharrell Williams)

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