“We are seven kids. We are friends. We are from Madrid. We always carry a knife in our pockets and we are a gang.”

Madrid’s Hinds (formerly known as DEERS) share their perfectly ramshackle, very true-to-the-original rendition of Thee Headcoats classic “Davey Crockett (Gabba Hey!)” that the group has been closing out their notoriously raucous and apparently insanely fun live sets with lately:

Recorded and produced with Árni Árnason of The Vaccines, and taken from the group’s forthcoming Record Store Day exclusive split 7″ single with their BFFs and Madrid homies, the Parrots. The limited Hinds ♥ Parrots split is out in April on Lucky Number in the UK/Europe + via Burger Records in the US. Come help us welcome Hinds to TX at our SXSW showcase next Thursday night in Austin.

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Another stellar new song from Arlington, TX’s own Jana Hunter + her band Lower Dens: the brooding, Ariel Rechtshaid-co-produced “Ondine” is taken from one of our favorite records of 2015 so far, Escape From Evil, out later this month on Ribbon Music. Lower Dens will tour North America this spring/summer; check those dates here.

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[directed by Jack Irving / taken from Shlohmo's new LP Dark Red out April 7 on True Panther]

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GABI‘s beautiful, otherworldly single “Fleece” is #blessed with a thick, bass-heavy club mix by Autre Ne Veut. Just as alien and trance-inducing as the original, but with ANV’s heavy pop sensibilities elevating that “chorus” into a real life-affirming, clouds-parting moment. Video by Serena Forghieri. See ANV’s visceral/emotion-wrecking live show next week at our SXSW party.

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London’s Kero Kero Bonito drop their sugary, insanely catchy new single: an evisceration of narcissistic selfie/instagram culture, or an empowering pro-selfie anthem? Probably both. Grab it here, and catch KKB next Thursday at our official SXSW showcase.

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Recycle Culture is never scared to mess with scientifically engineered perfection. Download his “I Really Like You” remix here.

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This song was never finished. its a demo from ~ the lost album ~, recorded early 2013. i lost the ableton file, so its not mixed or mastered. i tried to doctor the mp3 into a listenable state, but it was poorly recorded in the first place and never meant to be heard by anyone, so its a bit of a mess haha.” — Grimes

Grimes just being modest, this sounds really great to us, and hopefully “REALiTi” isn’t the last we hear of the ‘lost album.’

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New jam from Australia’s Abelard, the guy who brought us ☆SEINWAVE☆2000☆.

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