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Music is life -- or at least it is for us. When we're not writing about it, we're thinking about it, talking about it or listening to it. These are the things that were in heavy rotation for us this week. What are you listening to? What should we be listening to? C'mon now. Sharing is caring. Don't hold out on us.

See also: - Our top five spins, week of June 3-7 - Our top five spins, week of May 20-24 - Our top five spins, week of May 13-17

BRITT CHESTER Datsik - Cold Blooded EP part one GRiZ - "Smash the Funk" Pretty Lights - Taking up Your Precious Time Ellie Goulding - "Lights" (Seth G violin cover) The Roots - The Tipping Point

A.H. GOLDSTEIN My Body Sings Electric - "Doctor" Johnny "Guitar" Watson - "Gangster of Love" Blind Willie Johnson - "The Soul of a Man" Oscar Peterson and Joe Pass - Porgy and Bess Led Zeppelin - "I'm Gonna Crawl"

DAVE HERRERA Old Daisy (feat Katy Mcallister) - Old Daisy EP Kid Hum - Dabvillian 2 Superhumanoids - Exhibitionists Disclosure - Settle Rogue Wave - Nightingale Floors

NOAH HUBBELL Run the Jewels (El-P and Killer Mike) - "36 Chain" Casino featuring RiFF RaFF - "White" Crystal Castles - "Courtship Dating" Flatbush Zombies - "YBA" Kanye West - "Hell of a Life"

BRAD LOPEZ The Calefaction - Whales Part 2: Tomorrowland Darkest Hour - "Sanctuary" Backtrack - "The Worst of Both Worlds" Boysetsfire - "Closure" Power Trip - "Manifest Decimation"

MATT MINER Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest Father John Misty - Fear Fun The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man Grateful Dead - Workingman's Dead The White Stripes - Elephant

TOM MURPHY Moss Icon - Complete Discography Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest Shannon and the Clams - Dreams in the Rat House Skinny Puppy - Weapon The Dandy Warhols - Come Down

JON SOLOMON Jason Isbell - Southeastern My Jerusalem - Preachers Mark Kozelek - Like Rats Marvin Pontiac - The Legendary Marvin Pontiac Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um

ADAM STEININGER Slipknot - "Eyeless" Black Sabbath - 13 Reggie Watts - "If You're Fucking, You're Fucking" Acid King - Down with the Crown Radkey - "Cat & Mouse"

AMBER TAUFEN Thievery Corporation - Culture of Fear Beck - Midnite Vultures Aphrodite - Aftershock Mark Farina - Mushroom Jazz Vol. 3 Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts I-IV

ANTONIO VALENZUELA Adeezy Da Don - "Pop That" Young Dro - "FDB" Young Tenner - "Smoke it Away" Luniz - "Playa Hata" Innerstate Ike feat Johnny Rocketz - "Right Now"

SHAWN WHITE Bondax- "Gold" Koreless - "MTI (TWRK remix)" Joey Bada$$ - "95 til Infinity" Lil' Dicky - "White Dude" J. Cole - Born Sinner

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