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YACHT's recently released Shangri-La is home to track after track of feel-good grooves. Songs like “Utopia” are carefully crafted and may just make you bust out your dancing shoes for some seriously addictive beats. The album can be heard in its entirety on NPR’s website.

Other places to find YACHT:
- Paste Magazine’s June article on the duo
- Nylon Magazine’s Band Crush article
- The band’s very own website

YACHT's recently released Shangri-La is home to track after track of feel-good grooves. Songs like “Utopia” are carefully crafted and may just make you bust out your dancing shoes for some seriously addictive beats. The album can be heard in its entirety on NPR’s website.

Other places to find YACHT:
- Paste Magazine’s June article on the duo
- Nylon Magazine’s Band Crush article
- The band’s very own website

Denver’s retro-pop trio Tennis began its journey as a band as husband and wife, Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore, embarked on a grand boating adventure.

Read all about their sailing trip along the Northern Atlantic in Paste Magazine’s “Getting to Know…Tennis.”

Also, don’t miss:
- NPR’s interview - Tennis: The Band Retraces A Route, And A Relationship
- Patrick and Alaina’s very own blog about their sailing trip

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Davila 666 doesn’t hold anything back when it comes to rock n’ roll. The Puerto Rican six-piece band embraces a multitude of musical styles - from doo wop to power pop, 60’s garage to swamp blues - then melts them all down into a fun and rowdy playlist. Davila 666 has “established themselves as gleefully filthy purveyors of indecipherably catchy garage-pop” (Pitchfork), and are bringing the raucous to Bumbershoot 2011!

Scoot in a little closer and get to know Davila 666 with Paste Magazine’s article & interview with singer/bassist Carlito Davila.

Davila 666 doesn’t hold anything back when it comes to rock n’ roll. The Puerto Rican six-piece band embraces a multitude of musical styles - from doo wop to power pop, 60’s garage to swamp blues - then melts them all down into a fun and rowdy playlist. Davila 666 has “established themselves as gleefully filthy purveyors of indecipherably catchy garage-pop” (Pitchfork), and are bringing the raucous to Bumbershoot 2011!

Scoot in a little closer and get to know Davila 666 with Paste Magazine’s article & interview with singer/bassist Carlito Davila.

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