Which was your favorite featured video this week? Choose between videos by Kodaline, Chvrches, Eric Prydz, Madeon and Passion Pit.
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The Aussie singer-songwriter is an open book in her upcoming album.
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The end result of Luzmila Carpio Meets ZZK, an ode to the great Bolivian icon, is a beautiful set of collaborations that balance the old and new to great effect. Listen to the EP here.
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Which was your favorite featured video this week? You have until 11am EST next Friday to cast your vote for Jessie Ware, Enjambre or Calvin Harris and HAIM.
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Levante has been singing and writing songs since she was nine years old, back when she was still Claudia Lagona. Now in her late 20s, the Italian artist is galloping toward worldwide prominence.
One of the most anticipated albums of 2015 is by the Danish dream rockers. After a six-year hiatus and the return of bassist Johan Wohlert, Mew is grander, geekier, and more enigmatic than ever.