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United States United States. DJ since Sep 11, 2013
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MylesCochrane On-air I asked listeners to start a (safe) Highway 101 dance session to this Australian act. Didn't expect to get videos. Humboldt, you're the best!
MylesCochrane How does Alt-J sound without their former bassist? Well, on this track, bluesy, but one can never be sure genre-wise with this band. And we love it.
MylesCochrane KSLG's best accompaniment to a bowl of ice cream on a hot summer day. Whether it be with Spoon, Divine Fits or Split Single, Britt Daniel is on fire!


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MylesCochrane This is that third radio-friendly single I felt they needed on 'Spreading Rumours,' but hey, later on a soundtrack? I'll take it. This is a smash.
MylesCochrane Iceland's Ásgeir has a cold trick to play on dancers to this one with a 7/8 time signature. A wall of guitars in the gripping chorus chill the spine.
MylesCochrane Creating a new song a day for a whole year? Solid idea. The result sounds as good as the experience that came with it. Some newsworthy indie.
MylesCochrane Flood's (U2/NIN) production background really pours through in this one. Get it? Flood? Pour? I can't wait to hear what this band does next.
MylesCochrane Dallas Green wrote this for Kimbra. No reply when he tried to turn it in. Oops, now she's becoming "somebody I used to know" of. That was mean. Sorry.
MylesCochrane Sometimes management gets you great opportunities to tour with good bands. Sometimes you went to high school with the guys from MGMT. Wait...
MylesCochrane Jack Antonoff from Fun. put out a solo song that's a tad more raw than his Grammy-winning band. Probably won't wear out as quickly as "We Are Young."

I Wanna Get Better- Bleachers (Lyrics)

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MylesCochrane This is my lets-see-if-Sherae-notices-I-copied her jam.
MylesCochrane Brooklyn-to-Seattle transplants bring stadium harmonies, big-sound drumming and... well, glockenspiel. I'm diggin' the spiel.


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MylesCochrane NY duo delivers a vindictive, haunting earworm that isn't contrived. It's dark: Lizzy's breathy timbre is icing on a beat that takes risks that pay.

MS MRThink Of You

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MylesCochrane Best thing from England since... well, lots of good stuff comes from there. Like the Eng./Humboldt coast, there's a rocky edge. Foals/White Lies-ish.


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MylesCochrane Shoegazer Kitten, who opened for Band of Horses at age 12, doesn't belong in the litterbox. Think Joy Formidable with bassy-synth sprinkles.
MylesCochrane A Californian version of The 1975 with a zia symbol on their "Transpose" EP. Catchy as sunrays in SoCal.
MylesCochrane Picture yourself crossing London bridge on the second story of a double-decker, hair flying behind you, in the 80s. Paul Banks-meets-Joy Division.

White LiesBig TV

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MylesCochrane New Year 2014 release from SSPU for singles collection finds that perfect balance between chillgaze and hard-prog. Synths, grunge guitars, eat it up.
MylesCochrane Trio from Philly bring flawless progression, woodwinds, an acoustic+electric guitar blend and a vibe that reminds me of The Cure. War on Drugs? DEAl.
MylesCochrane London band's singer quit. Guitarist Max steps in and makes their Dinosaur Jr.-like sound more accessible. Ex's thoughts may rhyme with their name.

YuckMiddle Sea

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