New Music From The Inbox: FIDLAR, James Bay, Fine Times, Bronswick, Yassou

By: Juliette Jagger (@juliettejagger)

Artist: FIDLAR
Album: Too
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Off of their highly anticipated sophomore album, Too, FIDLAR’S “West Coast” ups the ante for this California based garage punk quartet. As raucous as ever, the song trades off between glimmers of hope and mind numbing suburban boredom.

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Artist: James Bay “Shake It Out” (COVER – Florence and The Machine)5667506a-2e6f-4ce9-a232-1031122113fa
There’s nothing better than an expertly delivered cover of an already great tune. Check out James Bay’s rendition of Florence and The Machine’s hit “Shake It Out” performed on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge.

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Artist: Fine Times “Not Dead”
Album:
Bad::Better’ EP
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Off of their Bad::Better’ EP, “Not Dead” from Vancouver duo Fine Times is unabashedly good “love-pop”.

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Artist: Bronswick “Nuit Numero Un”
Album:
Errances
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Off of their current EP Errances, “Nuit Numero Un” from francophone duo Bronswick could easily draw comparisons to acts like The Knife and Purity Ring.

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Artist: Yassou “Fall Again”
Album:
Single
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“Fall Again” is the most recent installment in a series of five video releases from Yassou. According to the band, the project was created for “people who aren’t afraid to be overcome by emotion, praise or disgust, confusion or ambiguity, or to be consumed by an idea, or thought.”

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Juliette Jagger

Juliette Jagger is a Canadian music journalist. She is on Twitter @juliettejagger.

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