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Skullcandy Presents: The Week In Music 6.7

Freshies: Portugal.The Man Evil Friends

Portugal. The Man released Evil Friends this week and as expected the record kicks ASS. The group managed to surpass the awesomeness of their last album In the Mountain In The Cloud with the help of Danger Mouse as a producer for this new piece of music glory. This album brings out a new edge to the group that we are definitely digging. Evil Friends has the perfect mix of melancholy, synth, and percussion. We’re Loving on tracks “Creep In A T-Shirt” and “Hip Hop Kids”...

Currently Obsessed With: The Limousines Hush

80’s synth lovers rejoice! The Limousines just dropped their third album Hush and it is gold. Ready yourself to bust out some serious moves as soon as you press play with album opener “Love is a Dog from Hell” setting the tone for a killer follow up to their previous record, Get Sharp. Loaded with electro beats and soulful lyrics Hush brings out that the carefree dancer in everyone. We recommended “Stranger” and “Wrecking Ball” to blast during your summer after parties.

Watch Out For: Houndmouth

Friends who love a little twang in their music mix need to check out the debut album from Houndmouth. Stemmed from Indiana their sound is more indie-folk than country and brings that warm summer love straight to the heart. Having shared stages with the likes of Drive-By Truckers and The Lumineers, Houndmouth is definitely on the rise. We recommend, “Come On, Illinois” and “Penitentiary” to get a solid feel for these guys.

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