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House Playlist Dum Dum Girls, Emily Jane White featuring Marissa Nadler, Katy B, Earth House Hold, LIZ, Grizzly Bear, Mogwai, & Dubbel Dutch

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House Playlist: Dum Dum Girls, Emily Jane White featuring Marissa Nadler, Katy B, Earth House Hold, LIZ, Grizzly Bear, Mogwai, & Dubbel Dutch

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House Playlist: Dum Dum Girls, Emily Jane White featuring Marissa Nadler, Katy B, Earth House Hold, LIZ, Grizzly Bear, Mogwai, & Dubbel Dutch

Dum Dum Girls, “Lost Boys and Girls Club”: Co-produced by the Raveonettes’ Sune Rose Wagner, the scuzzy pop track “Lost Boys and Girls Club” is the first taste of Dum Dum Girls’ forthcoming album, Too True, the full-length follow-up to last year’s End of Daze EP. The album drops January 27th.

House Playlist FKA twigs, Lolawolf, Beck, Azealia Banks, Katy B, Sleigh Bells, Four Tet, & Ejecta

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House Playlist: FKA twigs, Lolawolf, Beck, Azealia Banks, Katy B, Sleigh Bells, Four Tet, & Ejecta
House Playlist: FKA twigs, Lolawolf, Beck, Azealia Banks, Katy B, Sleigh Bells, Four Tet, & Ejecta

FKA twigs, “Papi Pacify”: A sort of 21st-century version of Janet’s “Any Time, Any Place” crossed with Madonna’s “Justify My Love,” London singer FKA twigs’ “Papi Pacify” is a creepy/sexy track from the singer’s EP2, which drops today. Check out the glittery, black-and-white music video below:

House Playlist: Beastie Boys, Katy B, & Sade

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<em>House</em> Playlist: Beastie Boys, Katy B, & Sade
<em>House</em> Playlist: Beastie Boys, Katy B, & Sade

[Editor’s Note: House Playlist is a series dedicated to highlighting our favorite new singles, leaked songs, and album tracks. Found something we should hear? Let us know!]

Beastie Boys, “Make Some Noise.” “Make Some Noise” is your archetypal Beastie Boys tune, with the three MCs trading verses at a breakneck pace in their inimitable punchy style. The track also boasts their funkiest instrumental since the Check Your Head days, infusing The Mix-Up’s fuzzy jazz with some much-needed dynamism. Once again, it appears as though the Beasties are operating outside of hip-hop’s voguish trappings: no ridiculously muffled basslines, no ’80s synths, no topical buzzwords. “Make Some Noise” is three seasoned veterans waxing lyrical on everything and nothing with the energy and fervor of men half their age. Huw Jones