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New at WNR

Los Angeles duo Polaris Rose released their debut full-length Telescopes late last year to extremely positive reviews. The 10-song collection landed them on Music Connect's list of the top 100 unsigned artists.

"The best characteristic of Polaris Rose is their natural harmonious flow," said The Aquarian Weekly. "They've got a unique situation in the sense that they have a really good balance between their musical efforts and relationship to each other."

Juan Rodriguez of Arena Magazine said Polaris Rose's "pop-infused melodies ... can at times be simple and elegant and other times dynamically complex with an almost progressive slant." Set Me On Fire by Polaris Rose is a new addition to WNR's playlist in the Top Tracks category.

WNR and Live365

One of the best ways to listen to WNR is via Live365 and the free Live365 app for iPhone and Android. You'll see the artwork for the songs as they are played and if you like the music, there's a link so you can acquire it for yourself. You can go to WNR on Live365 here. On your smartphone, search for Live365 in the App Store on iPhone or the Google Play Store on Android.

Of course, if you prefer, you can always listen on your notebook, desktop, tablet or smartphone using the links on our Listen page.

WNR is there for you

Since September of 2003, WNR has been on the air 24 hours a day, seven days a week with the best of alternative, modern and independent music. As part of Live365.com, WNR is available via iTunes, Roku, Android, TiVo, Sonos, WDTV and a number of other distribution platforms.

Links

WNR on Twitter: @wnrsongs

You can follow WNR on Twitter at @wnrsongs. We post artists and song titles as they are played, along with a quick link for listening. Below is the latest on our Twitter timeline. We follow most of the performers and many of the labels whose music we play.