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New Tunes Tuesday: Blood Orange, Death Grips, Magik Markers



Happy Tuesday, music fans. Here's a sweet mix of new music to get you through the rest of your afternoon, from British singer/composer Devonte "Dev" Hynes (aka Blood Orange), experimental hip-hop group Death Grips, noise-rock band Magik Markers and Canadian electronic musician Michael Silver, aka CFCF.---

Must have: Blood Orange, Cupid Deluxe, "Chamakay"

Must have: Death Grips, Governmental Plates, "Governmental Plates"

Weird and cool: Magik Markers, Surrender to the Fantasy, "Mirrorless"

Trippy and hypnotizing: CFCF, Outside, "Beyond Light"

Honorable mentions:
Polar Bear Club, Death Chorus

Mick Turner, Don't Tell the Driver