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By Jason Thomas

Can’t get enough that new Beach Slang record. No way. They’re back for more, and so is James Blake. His album The Colour in Anything isn’t brand new (released in early May) but he’s playing the Cadillac Palace Theatre on Sunday night along with Moses Sumney, so we paired ’em up towards the end of the program and gave the show a nice plug. Not because we’re officially associated with it (we’re not), but because we thought our audience would dig the records and the show as well. Yup, THE BIG BEAT is here to serve you.


Cymbals Eat Guitars – “Have a Heart” (Sinderlyn)

Cherry Glazerr – “Told You I’d Be with the Guys” (Secretly Canadian)

Grandaddy – “Way We Won’t” (Columbia/30th Century)


The Boxer Rebellion – “Let’s Disappear” (Kobalt)

LVL UP – “Hidden Driver” (Sub Pop)

The Weeknd feat. Daft Punk – “Starboy” (Republic)

Beach Slang – “Atom Bomb” (Polyvinyl)

Moby and the Void Pacific Choir – “Are You Lost in the World Like Me?” (Mute)

Leonard Cohen – “You Want It Darker” (Columbia)


Preoccupations – “Memory” (Jagjaguwar)

Psychic Twin – “Hopeless” (Polyvinyl)


JEFF The Brotherhood – “Juice” (Dine Alone)

Balance and Composure – “Spinning” (Vagrant)

Lower Dens – “Real Thing” (Ribbon Music)


Grumbling Fur – “Acid Ali Khan” (Thrill Jockey)

True Widow – “Theurgist” (Relapse)

Sleaford Mods – “TCR” (Rough Trade)

Sam Evian – “Sleep Easy” (Saddle Creek)

Kestrels – “Descent of Their Last End” (Sonic Unyon)


Moses Sumney – “Lonely World” (self-released)

James Blake – “Radio Silence” (Republic)

Dinosaur Jr. – “Tiny” (Jagjaguwar)

Dirty Projectors – “Keep Your Name” (Domino)


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