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Singles Swap: EW picks new music you'll love

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Welcome back to the online edition of Entertainment Weekly‘s Singles Swap. Read on below as we recommend songs similar to the ones you already love:

Lady Gaga: “Born This Way”

Blond art-pop babe leads be-yourself brigade, borrows swagger from Madonna.

Diamond Rings: “I’m Just Me”

Blonde art-pop boy also touts self-esteem, borrows synthesizers from Depeche Mode.

fun.: “Some Nights”

Pop-rock angst meets musical theater majesty on hand-clappy sing-along anthem.

Jukebox the Ghost: “Somebody”

D.C-bred Brooklynites lean more organic, but hit same falsetto-strut glory notes.

Sade: “Soldier of Love”

Love is the drug — and the war metaphor — for ageless, swooningly slinky chanteuse.

Lianne La Havas: “Forget”

Fellow Londoner brings more martial drums and gorgeous melodies, adds caffeine.

Sigur Rós: “Glósóli”

Reykjavík elves build sound palaces out of vocals, tinkles, teeny-tiny ice-crystals.

Indians: “Magic Kids”

Copenhagen outfit has fewer accent marks, equal amounts of pretty-snowflake wonder.

Maroon 5: Wake Up Call”

Pre-“Jagger” moves, Adam Levine delivers bad-romance revenge via sonic alarm clock.

Moon Taxi, “All the Rage”

Nashville rockers unleash similar guitar funk, with Kings of Leon-ish Southern strut.

Tell us what you think, readers: Are you a follower of any of our picks? Have you found a new favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

If you like what you hear, you can check out these acts at their official sites:

Diamond Rings

Jukebox the Ghost

Lianne La Havas


Moon Taxi