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Four Tet ‘Sings’ All The Way To The Top

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Kieran Hebden shows further proof of Four Tet’s return to form and reaches number one in our loop with ‘Sing’.

The week’s new entries include many old and recent favourites offering long-awaited tasters from their forthcoming works: The National, MGMT and The Drums among them.

Check the full loop here.
You can also listen to an extended selection of our current favourite tracks @ www.hypem.com/indaloop.

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In The Loop: Beach House on top of the loop.

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Baltimore’s dream-pop duo Beach House are this week’s number one among Rober Awards’ favourite tracks. “A walk in the park”, one of the highlights in the couple’s excellent new album “Teen Dream”, got to the top facing tight competition from Surfer Blood and Lindstrøm & Christabelle.

Entries include new tracks by Charlotte Gainsbourg & Beck; Caribou; The Strange Boys; The Magnetic Fields; etc.

You can check this week’s loop here.

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In The Loop: Owen Pallett straight to the top.

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The string arranger of choice among indie stars storms into our loop at number one. Owen Pallett, fresh from the release of his stunning new opus “Heartland”, is the Rober Awards favourite song at the moments. Other high entries include Lindstrøm & Christabelle; Beach House; etc.

Dubster meister Joker; Swedish electronica-meets-opera siblings The Knife and US rising stars Surfer Blood are also fying high.

You can watch this week’s loop here.

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In The Loop: Avi Buffalo is our first Number One

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New sections keep on coming. Now introducing a brand new weekly Top 25 packed our favorite new tracks; all compiled separating the wheat from the chaff in the current music crop offered non-stop by the blogosphere.

In our pilot edition we’ve looked back in order to gather all those tracks most at risk to be forgotten due their release in between years. Most promising new artist nominee Avi Buffalo reaches top position, followed by Neon Indian and Yeasayer. Elsewhere, we find long awaited returns by Sade; Vampire Weekend; Dominique A and Massive Attack; interesting discoveries courtesy of Rita Indiana y Los Misterios; Surfer Blood; Rainbow Bridge and a hidden treasure from the vaults of Elliot Smith.

Watch the loop here.

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