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Bear Hands- Giants
Bear Hand’s music was first featured on 1077 The End’s new band discovery. Since then they’ve been featured on other popular music radio stations. The band was formed in 2006  and formed their first show in New york, shortly after they released their EP “Golden”.If you like MGMT’s style of music you’ll definitely like some of Bear hands other songs.

 

New Politics- Tonight You’re Perfect
You know New politics from their popular radio hit Bad Girl in Harlem, but Tonight You’re Perfect is their new up and coming radio hit. New politics is from Copenhagen Denmark, the band was formed in 2009.

 

Lake Street Dive- CLear a Space
Lake Street Dive band was formed by Mike Olson (Trumpet player/Guitarist), who hand picked each member to be a part of this four man smooth jazz band. The band was formed in Boston at New England Conservatory. The band has five albums included their new 2014 release “Bad Self Portraits”.

Shakey Graves- Built To Roam

Shakey Graves is a one man band, that does it all. Artist Alejandro Rose Garcia finger picks guitar, sings, and plays a suitcase drum. He is from Austin Texas and started playing when he was 15-years old. Only in recent years has Shakey Graves started going public with his music. Shakey Graves first EP, Roll The Bones was released in December of  2011 and featured 10 original songs. His new EP, Donor Blues was released in January of 2012 and features seven new songs.

 

The Killers- Shot At The Night

The Killer’s have been a classic favorite ever since Sam’s Town was first released. The band rejoined after lead singer Brandon Flowers released his own solo album, Flamingo. The result of which was their newest song, Shot At The Night released in 2013 as one of their greatest hits.

Foster The People- Coming of Age

They’re the band with the pumped up kicks, yes Foster the People  is back with a new hit song Coming of Age. The band formed in 2009 and found themselves with a popular radio hit in the summer of 2012 off of their first EP. The song Coming of Age was released in 2014.

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