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Skullcandy Presents: Week In Music 7.26.13

Week-in-music

Watch Out For: Poolside

Producer/DJ duo, Filip Nikolic and Jeffery Paradise just recently landed on our radar and their mellow tempo’s are right on point for summer anthems. Gaining national attention back in 2011 after the release of “Do You Believe?” via YouTube underground DJ’s began sampling their work and spreading the vibe. Since then, they’ve released two “daytime disco” type records packed with sub aquatic beats and dreamy vocals. We’re jamming over tracks like, “Harvest Moon”, “Do You Believe?” and “Take Me There”.

Currently Obsessed With:  Mark Farina

A major influence on the San Fran house music scene, DJ Mark Farina is best known for his “down-tempo but dance floor-friendly” mix of jazz, house, and hip-hop. With captivating vocals and a slurry of collab’s with various talents, Mark Farina provides a new, unique take on music creating a techno-soul sound. We’ve got “Dream Machine” on repeat.

Freshies: Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

The 11-piece indie rock outfit Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros dropped their latest album earlier this week only a year after their debut record Here was released.  You can hear serious growth from the band on this latest release introducing fans to more refined and classic sounding Edward Sharpe. It's apparent within seconds of the opening track that the group has grown immensely in style. The album comes with a mixture of the expected string pieces, accompanied by muted drums, and campfire choruses, romantic lyrics, and the gorgeous sound of Alex Ebert’s voice. It's a great very 60’s sounding album. We love “When You’re Young”,  “Better Days”, and “If I Were Free”.

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