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Our top picks from the SIGNL archives.

Roots to Grooves – Electric Guest

With only 3 albums under their belt, this indie pop duo have also worked on some unusual songs in their past. We dive into their history.

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Roots to Grooves – Jessie Ware

Garnering acclaim in 2012 with her debut album, Devotion, this singer/songwriter has built a successful solo career as well as writing for the likes of Nicki Minaj and Ed Sheeran.

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Roots to Grooves – Foxygen

"Foxygen" is what you get if you take David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Lou Reed, 1970's era Elton John, The Doors and mix them all up in a blender.

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Roots to Grooves – Tank and the Bangas

Fresh from his month long trip to New Orleans, Jay's pick for this week's podcast episode is the joyful force of nature that is "Tank and the Bangas".

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Roots to Grooves – Magdalena Bay

Prog rock and mainstream pop. Two genres you wouldn't ordinarily put together, let alone be the basis of a new sound from an electronic duo. But that is just what Miami born, Los Angeles based outfit "Magdalena Bay" is all about.

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Roots to Grooves – Tom Misch

We explore the journey from bedroom producer making waves on SoundCloud, to critical acclaim. London's Tom Misch is our focus on this week's episode of the Roots to Grooves podcast.

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Roots to Grooves – Flying Lotus

Steven Ellison (aka Flying Lotus) has a rich family heritage when it comes to music, but it took mixtapes, samplers and heavy experimentation to get him into producing his own original work.

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Roots to Grooves – Eli Keszler

An exploration into this drummer's world of experimental composing and interactive sound/art installations.

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Roots to Grooves – Mount Kimbie

From found field recordings to post dubstep masterpieces.

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Roots to Grooves – Joywave

Indietronica is the mood of the week with this indie outfit out of Rochester, New York.

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