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Chromatics members Ruth Radelet, Adam Miller, Nat Walker and Johnny Jewel.
Music critic Drew Tewksbury joins the show with new releases that sound more like vintage releases from Chromatics and Miike Snow.
Portland-based synth-pop quartet Chromatics release "Kill For Love," their first full-length album in five years. The band generated some buzz around the music world after contributing to the "Drive" film soundtrack.
Swedish indie-pop band follow up their critically-acclaimed self-titled album with "Happy To You." Songs from the band might sound familiar — they've worked with artists such as Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Kelis, in the past and received a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording for "Toxic" by Britney Spears.