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New Music from the Inbox: The Weather Station, Maia Friedman, Odesza, and more!

Artist: Sadie Gustafson-Zook
Song: Maybe I Don’t Know
Album: Sin of Certainty

This is remarkable folk music with sweet, agile vocals reminiscent of Joni Mitchell. Sadie explains the meaning behind the song: “Plans will change, things will seem uncertain, and it’s okay to just keep going and trying new things until something sticks.” Find it on her upcoming album, Sin of Certainty, out April 22!


Artist: The Weather Station
Song: To Talk About
Album: How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars

A gentle caress of a tune, featuring a lovely arrangement of vocals, piano, and wind instruments. This Canadian band’s new album, How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars, is out now!


Artist: Maia Friedman
Song: Sunny Room
Album: Under The New Light

From the solo project of Dirty Projectors’ guitar player comes a folk track made of pure serenity. Her debut solo album,Under The New Light, will be out March 11!


Artist: Odesza feat. Maro
Song: Better Now

Dynamic, explosive pop music from grammy-nominated duo Odesza, featuring warm vocals from Maro.


Artist: Jeremie Albino
Song: The Night Was Young
EP: Past Dawn

I love the passionate vocals on this blues rock track! Toronto’s Jeremie Albino explains the story behind the song: “I wrote this one about the story of how my partner and I met in a somewhat true, somewhat dramatised version… Just a fun ruckus of a song about how nothing good happens after 2 am.” You’ll be able to find it on his upcoming EP, Past Dawn, out April 1!


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