Flight Facilities Release Official Video for “Down To Earth”

Flight Facilities have come out with another official video for a track from the “Down To Earth” album, this time for the title-track itself. This video continues the trend of dance found across all their videos (and music), as is a perfect example of a feel-good music video. Featuring Sam Rockwell (Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,
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Patrick Watson Announces New Album: “Love Songs For Robots”

Patrick Watson, an indie-folk singer/band from Montreal, has been a long-time favorite of mine. He’s got one of those voices that you can’t help but completely get lost in, comparable to artists like Bon Iver and James Vincent McMorrow. His latest record, “Adventures in Your Own Backyard” was released mid-2012, and was absolutely perfect. I was very
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Alt-J Release Official Video for “Pusher”

Ever since alt-J released their most recent album, “This Is All Yours”, they’ve become a new kind of favorite for me. It’s almost inexplicable. Maybe I’m just bad with words. Regardless, their enchanting, unique sounds tend to stray from the “mainstream” (I hate to put it like that, but it is true) in terms of
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Join the MOR Network team!

Interested in sharing music, art, or culture? We recently launched our MOR Network blog, and it’s been great sharing new forms of content and expanding our team. Moving away from exclusively music and photography on YouTube, with the MOR blog we have the opportunities to feature culture, art, and more. We are very eager to continuously expand our amazing network, and
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Porter Robinson’s “Worlds” Tour-Movie

Porter Robinson‘s Worlds tour was one of the best shows I’ve ever seen, and like many others I found myself longing for a full-fleshed tour movie. Unfortunately other than the brief videos on Porter’s YouTube page, there haven’t been any signs of one. It seems evident that some fans have become tired of waiting, and now HuntroxicMusic
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Dana Irving: Escape to an Exceptional World

Some artists have an incredible ability to create their own world. Dana Irving is one of them, creating an escape to an exceptional world. Deeply inspired by the Pacific North West, Irving couldn’t live in a more desirable place – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Her landscape paintings have been described as “Emily Carr meets Dr.
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Madeon – “Pay No Mind” (feat. Passion Pit)

If you weren’t already aware, Hugo Pierre Leclercq, known by his stage name Madeon, is a producer from France who gained popularity with his video “Pop Culture” which was published to YouTube in 2011 and received millions of hits in its first few days on the Internet. Two days ago he released his uplifting, dance-demanding track featuring Passion
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Mt. Eden- “Distance Kills” (Feat. Nolita Knights)

Mt. Eden is back after an already perfect collaboration with Blackmill last month following up with a beautiful new release on ULTRA Records and everything about it is pure bliss and a nice change of pace from the hefty amount of “bangers” coming out lately from all over the EDM scene. You can purchase the track
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Gengahr – “She’s A Witch”

Gengahr – “She’s A Witch” A few weeks ago, Gengahr (Transgressive Records) shared their new track “She’s A Witch”, which is currently available for pre-order on the “She’s A Witch” four-track EP. These indie rockers from London have a consistent pseudo-pop style that always keeps me hungry for more, and She’s A Witch is no
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No Anchor- Tricking on Daytona Beach

No Anchor is a lifestyle clothing line, an outlet for various passions, and a haven for inspirational and creative film making. One quick look at their website over at www.noanchor.com and you’ll quickly know what they are all about: Sharing their aspirations with the world, and to encourage you to do the same. No Anchor was
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Cosmo Sheldrake – “Tardigrade Song”

Cosmo Sheldrake – “Tardigrade Song” When it comes to the nonsensical, there are few as interesting as Cosmo Sheldrake. A clear lover of oddities and peculiarities, Cosmo Sheldrake looks towards music as a medium for his interests, doing an exceptionally well job, with tracks like “The Moss” and “Rich” featuring Andrea Vargas collecting over half
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MOR Interview: Melvv

What was the main inspiration for Vibe? I was honestly trying to make a hip hop-esque beat for a guy named Felly, my favorite rapper.I sent over an early version and he told me it would sound better with no vocals. He made me realize that it had serious potential as an instrumental. And I
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Douglas Dare – “Caroline”

Douglas Dare – “Caroline” Around September of 2014, London-based singer/songwriter Douglas Dare released the “Caroline/If Only” EP with Erased Tapes (Olafur Arnalds, Nils Frahm, Rival Consoles, among others).  I only came across the track recently, but I’ve been absolutely taken aback in more ways than one. “Caroline has always been a precious track for Douglas, one
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Mssingno – “XE3″ (Wheathin Turn)

Mssingno – “XE3” (Wheathin Turn) Chicago’s Ethan Snoreck, a.k.a Wheathin, has come out of seemingly nowhere with this massive remix of Mssingno’s original track “XE3”. His style is impeccable, and as a fourth release this is a very promising start for the 15 year old who completely dominates this track with massive synths, taking influence from the
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ELEL – “40 Watt” (Carousel Remix)

Carousel is unstoppable. Consistently great music, all while connecting the indie and electronic music scenes. (Not to forget Day Wave, the indie-rock project of Jackson Phillips.) What’s not to love? These two, known for their unique melodic electro-pop style have once again dropped a new remix, in suit of their heavily blogged remixes of Phox, Zella Day, OneRepublic,
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