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Your "Catching Up" Playlist

Your "Catching Up" Playlist

You've read "Catching Up: Connecting With Great 21 Century Music," Jim Fusilli's guide to new music for grownups. Here's a 3 1/2-hour playlist to accompany the book.
James Blake's "Timeless" Remade

James Blake's "Timeless" Remade

A new version of Blake's trippy track features Vince Staples.
Morcheeba Duo Steps Out

Morcheeba Duo Steps Out

"Light of Gold" is a new track by Skye and Ross of the British trip-hop trio Morcheeba.  Their new self-titled album arrives today.
At Afropunk 2016, Honoring Founders, Rejecting Bias

At Afropunk 2016, Honoring Founders, Rejecting Bias

Afropunk originators Bad Brains, George Clinton and Fishbone were among the progressive artists who performed at the annual festival in Brooklyn. My WSJ column.
Jax Jones Spoofs Music As Product

Jax Jones Spoofs Music As Product

The composer-producer's witty house-inspired video for his track "House Work" takes the form of an informercial.
Jenny Hval's "Conceptual Romance"

Jenny Hval's "Conceptual Romance"

The Norwegian singer-songwriter's new album, "Blood Bitch," arrives Sept. 30.
Rising R&B Star Moses Sumney Is "Worth It"

Rising R&B Star Moses Sumney Is "Worth It"

It's the first official video from the arresting singer-songwriter who's yet to release a full-length album.  Caution:  The vid, however beautiful, is NSFW.
Trentemøller Previews New Album, Shows

Trentemøller Previews New Album, Shows

The Danish producer will release "Fixion" on Sept. 16 and perform in L.A. and NYC.  The album features the track "Redefine" with Marie Fisker on vocals.
Bon Iver's "33 "God""

Bon Iver's "33 "God""

It's a track from "22, A Million," the first new album by Justin Vernon and band in five years.  The album arrives Sept. 30.
Local Natives Share A Favorite New Track

Local Natives Share A Favorite New Track

The Los Angeles-based band calls "Coins" "one of their favorite songs to play live." It will appear on their new album "Sunlit Youth," out next week.
Goodbye August '16 Mix

Goodbye August '16 Mix

Say hello to new tracks by Banks & Steelz, Cassius, De La Soul, Morgan Deft, Ingrid Michaelson, Britney Spears, Tuns, Butch Walker and more.
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