New Music File

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Sunday, February 15, 201502/15/2015

Alabama Shakes

Alabama Shakes ‘Don’t Wanna Fight’

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Tuesday, March 17, 201503/17/2015

Amy and The Engine

Amy and The Engine ‘Last Forever’

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Sunday, March 22, 201503/22/2015

Borns

Borns ‘Electric Love’

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Tuesday, March 17, 201503/17/2015

Emile Haynie

Emile Haynie ‘Falling Apart’

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Sunday, March 22, 201503/22/2015

Florence + The Machine

Florence + The Machine ‘What Kind of Man’

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Sunday, February 22, 201502/22/2015

George Ezra

George Ezra ‘Blame It On Me”

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Sunday, March 22, 201503/22/2015

Greg Holden

Greg Holden ‘Hold On Tight’

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Tuesday, March 17, 201503/17/2015

Guster

Guster ‘Endlessly’

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Sunday, February 15, 201502/15/2015

Houndmouth

Houndmouth ‘Sedona’

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Sunday, March 8, 201503/08/2015

Imagine Dragons

Imagine Dragons ‘Shots’

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