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New Tunes Tuesday: Antibalas, Lianne le Havas, Niki & The Dove

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Everything is big this week, from the size of a quintessential Afrobeat orchestra to the voices of two up-and-coming female indie-dance-pop singers.---

Must Have:
Antibalas, Antibalas


”Dirty Money” official track

Best big-voiced, not-quite-a-diva-yet pop:
Lianne le Havas, Is Your Love Big Enough?


”Is Your Love Big Enough?” official video

Best family affair:
Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Between the Ditches


”Devils Look Like Angels”

Best indie dose of the week (or best Stevie-Nicks-meets-modern-indie-dance music):
Niki & the Dove, Instinct


”Tomorrow” official video

Honorable Mentions:
Sweet Valley, Stay Calm
Buffalo Killers, Dig. Sow. Love. Grow.
Koko Beware, Something About the Summer
Bird & Batteries, Stray Light
Tidelands, We’ve Got a Map