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CODA BREAKER

A bi-weekly newsletter featuring new music and throwbacks curated by Brian Rinaldi and Raymond Camden

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You can catch all of the picks in this issue on this week's playlist. New to Coda Breaker? A reminder that all of song picks from our archives are available at https://codabreaker.rocks/

New Music

Some of our favorite recent releases.

Brian recommends...

Teenage Birdsong

Four Tet

I seem to have been in a chill mood this week, because both my new picks are similar genre-wise. This is a just released single from Four Tet.

Ray recommends...

A Different Kind of Love

Adia Victoria

I discovered Adia Victoria a week or so ago when my friend won tickets to see her in concert as well as a early private warmup session. She is incredible and is an amazing performer. The video starts with about a minute of talking but it's definitely worth the wait.

Brian recommends...

Easy

Tycho

The next in my chill new music picks this week is the first song off the new album expected later this year.

Ray recommends...

Obsessed

Hatchie


More awesomeness from Hatchie, who I've featured here multiple times before.

New to You and Throwbacks

These are some our favorites that are not necessarily new.

Brian recommends...

Nobody

Mac DeMarco

Ok. I'll admit the video does nothing for me (creeps me out a little even), but the song is quirky and sad and can be perfect depending on your mood.

Ray recommends...

I Can Only Stare

Sleigh Bells

I was a huge Sleigh Bells fan years ago but had not listened to them in years. This track from 2016 is incredible (and the entire album is darn good too).

Brian recommends...

Luz Azul

Los Aterciopelados

Once again sticking with the Latin music throwbacks I've posted in recent issues, Los Aterciopelados hail from Colombia and this song is off their fifth album released in 2000.

Ray recommends...

Fight the Power

Public Enemy

A real old one here and and damn good one as well. Check out the album - it is just as meaningful today nearly thirty years later.

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