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The Pollyseeds' 'Intentions' Oozes Style

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This just looks like the coolest party ever. Terrace Martin — known for his work with Snoop Dogg and Kendrick Lamar — and his new band that culls from G-Funk, jazz and R&B set the scene.

Performance artist Taj Bourgeois wraps tape around his face in a scene from the video for EMA's "Down And Out." YouTube screen shot hide caption

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EMA Is 'Down And Out' In New Video

EMA's latest video, for the slowly simmering "Down And Out," isn't always easy to watch. But it speaks to the song's moody undercurrent of self-loathing.

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First Watch: Jade Bird, 'Cathedral'

Jade Bird is a 19-year-old British singer with a voice that would sound as much at home on an Americana radio station in Nashville as it would back home.

Peter Frampton's new single is titled "I Saved A Bird Today." Austin Lord/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Peter Frampton Rescued A Bird, And Now There's A Song About It

Watch a gorgeous animated video about the single, simple act of grace chronicled in Frampton's new single, "I Saved A Bird Today."

Phoebe Bridgers' debut album, Stranger In The Alps, comes out Sept. 22. Frank Ockenfels/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Phoebe Bridgers Announces Debut Album, Shares 'Motion Sickness'

One of the year's best new artists is set to release her first full-length album, Stranger In The Alps, on Sept. 22.

Van William's solo debut, The Revolution EP, is out in September and will be followed by a full-length album in early 2018. Silvia Grav/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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First Watch: Van William Feat. First Aid Kit, 'Revolution'

Van William's song preaches personal, not political, revolution — but these days, the lines can get blurry fast.

Alex Toth in the video, "Swimmers." Michael Faller/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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First Watch: Alexander F, 'Swimmers'

In this video from Alexander F — the side-project of Rubblebucket's Alex Toth — a punk singer transforms into a ballerina in a Kafka-referencing piece of individualistic affirmation.