Earbits has always been about discovering new and exciting music. There are lots of ways for you to find your next favorite artist, that next club banger, or the perfect playlist to suit your mood. Each week our music team works to expand these horizons even more, and we wanted to with you some of our faves with you every week. Take a listen, as our editors bring you yet another way to discover great music.


30570253_800_800Crash – Hardly Criminal

Led by the cooing falsetto of the hit “Motion Animal”, this solo project birthed from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes in downright homey with a dash of soul.

-Duncan, Editor


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The Grouch & Eligh – Say G&E

A fantastic snapshot of California hip-hop in the late 2000’s. Any record with Rick Rock and Flying Lotus sharing production duties has a place in my heart.

-Duncan, Editor


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The Orchestra of Mirrored Reflections – Frequency Jazz

Jazz sonics and foggy late-night ambiance.

-Aaron, Editor


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Akusmatic – Out of Nothing

I’m a big fan of netlabels and the amount of great and unknown artists it’s possible to discover within each one. Akusmatic is one of those great new additions and discoveries. His EP ‘Out of Nothing’ released on ‘Schallwellenmagie’ is just one of several deep and hypnotic techno gems.

-Robb, Editor


 

 

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Astrid Engberg – Poetry is Gone

I’ve always loved this record for being a creepy intersection of Neo-Soul, Hip-hop and darker Scandanavian pop. Playful and funky, multiple features by Mattic bring a great contrast to the futuristic crooning of Engberg.


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Vash The Stampede – Japan

It’s been pretty difficult to find more information on Vash The Stampede other than a few hidden beats under the name, Va$hTheRebel. However, the collection of beats contained in this lo-fi and trippy ’Japan’ album are definitely worth the attention of your ears.

-Robb, Editor

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