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New Tunes Tuesday: Dead Can Dance, Django Django, Fleetwood Mac


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This week, take a trip back to the ‘90s, ‘80s and ‘70s with an eclectic array of releases that hark back to popular music of yore.---

Must Have:
Dead Can Dance, Anastasis (playing Red Butte Garden Aug. 17)

”Summoning of the Muse” official video

Best ‘80s throwback:
Django Django, Django Django

”Default” official video

Best tribute:
Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac

”That’s All For Everyone” by Tame Impala

Best new band:
Wild Cub, Youth

”Colour” official video

Honorable Mentions:
Ben Taylor, Listening
Nude Beach, II
Van She, Idea of Happiness
Spook Houses, Trying
Twitch the Ripper, Colorblind