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Lana Del Rey: “Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd”

Buzzed, communal and cinematic cabaret, “Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd” is an associative epic and the massive, melancholic new single from Lana Del Rey. This is the title track to the new album she will release on March 10th, and you can find a wide variety of digital and physical pre-ordering options for it here.

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Ally Evenson: “SINISTER”

A spiked surge of honeyed melody and absinthe-soaked attitude, “SINISTER” is the pedal-effect doused, joyously-swirling newest single from Detroit’s Ally Evenson. You’ll find various streaming options for this here, and she has more music on Bandcamp as well.

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Nighttime: “Curtain is Closing”

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An independently-styled, sweetly-saturated aria, “Curtain is Closing” is the vintage-toned, operatic and spectral new single from Nighttime — the solo-musical project of New York’s Eva Louise Goodman. Her next album Keeper Is The Heart is released by Ba Da Bing Records on January 20th, and you can pre-order CD and vinyl versions of that either from Grapefruit or Bandcamp now.

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poolblood: “wfy”

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Subtly tense in vast, warm spaces, “wfy” is the complex, philosophical, and pleasingly-textured new single from Toronto’s Maryam Said and their poolblood project. You can stream it here, and their debut LP mole is released on January 13th by Next Door Records.

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Samia: “Sea Lions” and “Pink Balloon”

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Next month New York City’s Samia releases her Honey LP, and just today she’s revealed “Sea Lions” and “Pink Balloon”, two spare, artfully-emotive tracks from it. The album, her second, is released by Grand Jury Music on January 27th, and you can find a bounty of physical and digital ordering options for it at this link.

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Rose Haze: “Horse Suite II”

Contemplations in the Desert is the reflective title of the just-released album from Oakland’s Kate Ramsey and her Rose Haze project, and here is its sizzling, wide-lensed and open “Horse Suite II”. Improvised, recorded in analog and out on Orenda Records, the LP is available on cassette and digital formats right here.

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Caroline Polachek: “Welcome To My Island”

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Ever-inventive musician and producer Caroline Polachek has just both announced the release of her next album Desire, I Want To Turn Into You and unleashed its wild, charismatic “Welcome To My Island”. You can stream the track here and pre-order or pre-save the album — out on February 14th — now as well.

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GLÜME: “CHEMICALS”

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Refined and assured at the border with chaos, “Chemicals” is the polished, emotive brand-new single from GLÜME. The track concludes her album The Internet, one out care of the one and only Italians Do It Better and available along with more here.

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Sophie Jamieson: “Boundary”

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Vaulted and vital, “Boundary” is a riveting, quietly-ornate and beautiful track taken from Choosing, the brand-new, excellent album from London’s Sophie Jamieson. It’s out on Bella Union, digital links for it are here, vinyl and CD versions are at the label’s webstore, and it’s on Bandcamp, too.

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Blair Lee: “Last Bite”

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The Puppy Game is the charming title of the five-song debut EP from Toronto’s Blair Lee, one that sensibly concludes with the diaphanous, surging and lovely “Last Bite”. You’ll find a wide array of streaming and download options for it right here.