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GEN F: Kali Uchis

A Colombian singer finds a home in ’60s California soul From the magazine: ISSUE 92, June/July 2014 Kali Uchis would like to go home. But she’s also a bit scared. So when the 20-year-old singer … read more »

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GEN F: Lotic Makes Club Music as Thrilling as Slasher Porn

“I want to make people mad, I want to get people horny.” From the magazine: ISSUE 92, June/July 2014 Berlin-based producer Lotic manipulates his music like a movie director does a thriller. On his 2014 … read more »

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GEN F: Elvis Depressedly, Now With a Little Less Desolation

No more sad songs; sad songs forever From the magazine: ISSUE 92, June/July 2014 On certain days, Mat Cothran’s Twitter feed is one of the darkest places on the internet. The 25-year-old songwriter, who’s perhaps … read more »

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GEN F: Lil Herb Expands Drill from the Inside

The Terror Town MC on Chi-Raq and Nicki Minaj From the magazine: ISSUE 92, June/July 2014 Listening to Lil Herb’s husky voice, it’s easy to forget that the artist born Herbert Wright is barely old … read more »

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GEN F: Vancouver Punks White Lung Slim Down and Sound Bigger

From the magazine: ISSUE 92, June/July 2014 The best breakups force you to make yourself better. White Lung parted ways with bassist Grady McIntosh last year, turning the Vancouver hardcore punk band into a three-piece, … read more »

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GEN F: Inga Copeland’s Plan is There is No Plan

“Anything could happen, and it did, you know?” From the magazine: ISSUE 92, June/July 2014 Had London-based producer Inga Copeland adhered to the industry convention of releasing a single from her recent solo debut, it … read more »

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Gen F: HTRK Masters the Dubby, Not-Quite-Love Song

The Melbourne synthesists start over as a duo in the wake of bandmate Sean Stewart’s suicide. From the magazine: ISSUE 91, April/May 2014 Guitarist/producer Nigel Yang and drummer/vocalist Jonnine Standish find it difficult to verbalize … read more »

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GEN F: Kap G is the New Face of Mexican-American Rap

“I want people to see our struggle.” From the magazine: ISSUE 91, April/May 2014 I be getting pesos, rolling abuelos, Kap G brags on his immigrant-saga single, “Mexico Momma Came From.” Aztec in my blood … read more »

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GEN F: Sturgill Simpson, the Cosmic Cowboy of the Digital Age

Country music goes back to the future From the magazine: ISSUE 91, April/May 2014 The cosmic cowboy of the digital age, Sturgill Simpson, required just 11 months to release his first two albums, the old-fashioned … read more »

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GEN F: August Alsina Makes R&B with a Different Kind of Heartbreak

“People like me don’t expect to live past 24.” From the magazine: ISSUE 91, April/May 2014 A tattoo runs along each side of August Alsina’s face where his sideburns would be, spelling out the words … read more »

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