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This Is Our Jam: Angus & Julia Stone, Lowell and Death From Above 1979 Make a Comeback

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thisisourjamembedCLOCKWISE, ABOVE FROM LEFT. PHOTO: COURTESY OF Arts & Crafts; Independiente; RTA Music; Binary Records.
We’re really feeling the comebacks this week in the latest edition of This Is Our Jam, a midweek mix of our favorite recent tracks. We’re jamming out first to a surf-rock premiere from White Dove followed by a new, haunting track from Angus & Julia Stone and a female-empowered gem from Lowell. Next up, a brand new dance track with all of the right vibrations from Death From Above 1979 and, finally, we immersed ourselves in some raw emotions from Marz Leon to round out the week.
White Dove
“Caroline”
There’s nothing we love more than a catchy California rock song, and White Dove definitely delivers. The quartet cites influences from Fleetwood Mac and The Byrds, while vocalist Alex Johnstone channels her inner Mazzy Star on “Caroline.” This track will appear on the band’s forthcoming release via Ring The Alarm (formerly White Iris Records), and we’re really feeling the West Coast beach vibes.
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