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Mamalarky: “Moss” and “Meadow”

“Moss” is a lush and woozy shimmer, “Meadow” a psychedelic celebration at sharp angles. Together they comprise the outstanding new double-A-side single from Atlanta’s Mamalarky, out now courtesy of Brooklyn’s Fire Talk. Streaming links are available here, and it’s also on Bandcamp.

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Lunar Vacation: “Mold”

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Inside Every Fig Is A Dead Wasp is the wonderful title of the debut album from Atlanta’s Lunar Vacation, and “Mold” is a supernova of Indie melody and easy charm and one of its tracks. Out from October 29th on Keeled Scales, you can order pink-vinyl, black-vinyl, cassette, CD and digital editions from Bandcamp now.

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Bleach Lab: “Real Thing”

South London’s Bleach Lab have just thoughtfully shared “Real Thing”, their delicately-plangent, plush and pensive new single. A gem, you can find sundry streaming and download options for this right here, while tickets to upcoming live dates can be found at this link.

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Cash and Skye: “No More Candy”

Melancholia that slyly winks, “No More Candy” is vintage-toned Americana that sears and soars, and it’s the joyous brand-new and debut single from L.A.’s Cash and Skye. Their No More Candy b/w Sweeping Wet Floors 7″ will be released by Third Man Records on August 13th, and you can pre-order the vinyl version from them now. It’s on Bandcamp, too.

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Lauran Hibberd: “You Never Looked So Cool”

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A laconic confession that showers listeners with soft, honey-colored sparks, “You Never Looked So Cool” is the charged and charming latest single from Lauran Hibberd. Her Goober EP was released today, and you can find streaming links for it here. A physical release is on its way, too.

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Anna Prior: “Thank You for Nothing”

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London’s Anna Prior is the drummer for Metronomy as well as a broadcaster on Soho Radio, and “Thank You for Nothing” is a bouquet of brocade rhythms and her beaming new solo single. Out now, you can find streaming links for it here, and it’s on Bandcamp as well. Via Les inRocks.

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MAITA: “Road Song”

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Its roomy dimensions full of thoughtful reflection and independence, “Road Song” is the subtly-grand, big-hearted new single from Portland’s MAITA. It’s out care of Kill Rock Stars, you can download it from Bandcamp, and you can learn more about the artist here.

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Ada Lea: “damn”

Bright and emotive, poignant and pretty, “damn” is the deep, dynamic new single from Montréal’s Ada Lea. Her next and second LP one hand on the steering wheel the other sewing a garden is released on September 24th, and you can pre-order “thunderstorm”-vinyl, “electric-lemonade”-vinyl, CD, cassette and bundled editions of it from Saddle Creek and Bandcamp today.

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Grouper: “Unclean Mind”

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Shade is the title of the next LP from Liz Harris’ Grouper, and from it she’s shared its “Unclean Mind” — a recurrent, radiant refraction. Out care of the one-and-only Kranky, you can download the track now from her Bandcamp page, where you can pre-order vinyl and digital versions of the album, too.

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Saint Etienne: “Pond House”

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Anyone who has followed TAR over these many years knows that Saint Etienne are our godhead and guide star. Today they’ve shared the immaculate new track “Pond House”, wistful and taken from their forthcoming LP I’ve Been Trying To Tell You. Photographer Alasdair McLellan meanwhile has directed an accompanying film for the release. Out from September 10th, you can pre-order clear-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from their webstore now.