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Stream Raury's genre-blind Dazed mix

ATL's indigo child weaves Bon Iver, The All-American Rejects and Kylie Minogue in a riotous 30 minutes

Self-described “indigo child” and ATLien Raury has made a big noise in 2014: world-takeover interviews, impromptu “#AntiTour” shows and his music’s unique blend of folk, astral gospel and rootless pop. Now the 18-year-old songwriter (profiled here) has compiled a post-genre mix for Dazed that scales the breadth of his inspiration, from contemporaries like Lorde to personal faves Jay Electronica, Rhye and – no joke – 2000s emo-poppers The All-American Rejects. The highlight has to be the seamless (well, almost seamless) transition from Bon Iver’s spectral gloomfest “Minnesota, WI” into the salubrious stomp of Kylie’s “Can’t Get You Out of My Head,” apparently procured in grainy mp3 form from a P2P download.

Download Indigo Child Project here