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March 3, 2014 | by  | in Arts Music |
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Five Releases from 2014 You’ve Already Slept On

Mas Ysa – Worth EP

Mas Ysa is like Bon Iver but dance music. The choral yet rough vocals, the almost painful earnestness – only with a bit more bass, a bit more get the fuck up and run around.

Mdern Baseball – You’re Gonna Miss It All

If you like pop punk at all, you will like Modern Baseball’s nasally, tight, smart take on it. If the thought of a song called ‘Your Graduation’ sickens you, maybe not.

‘Drunk in Love’ remixes

Bey and Jay played ‘Drunk in Love’ at the Super Bowl, and that apparently convinced everyone in the world to remix it – James Blake, Kanye West, The Weeknd, Diplo – you could compile them into a very popular EP.

Mermaidens – Bones EP

If you love Best Coast, Wavves, and music made by other Vic students, this surf-punk trio released a three-track EP in early February and it is on Bandcamp for literally nothing (if you’re an arsehole).

Mogwai – Rave Tapes

Like a very slow and important walk in the summer rain, complete with huge riffs and very pretty keyboards. As ever, Mogwai are post-rock without the boring.

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