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Zilched: “A Valentine”

A haunting, heavy New Wave-inspire howl, “A Valentine” is the sizzling brand-new single from Detroit’s Chloë Drallos and her band Zilched. Out on Young Heavy Souls, you can find links for it here, and more of her music can be found on her Bandcamp page.

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Blushing: “Blame” (feat. Miki Berenyi)

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Long a TAR favorite, Austin’s Blushing have just revealed their absinthe-rinsed, effects-saturated and persimmon-toned new single “Blame” — one featuring a spectral contribution from shoegaze legend Miki Berenyi. The track is taken from their just-announced Possessions LP, one they release on February 18th. You can pre-order blue-vinyl and digital versions of it now from their Bandcamp page.

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Pearl Charles: “Deja Vu”

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A little Laurel Canyon with a lot of charm, “Deja Vu” is the vibrant, delicately-varnished and gently-melodic latest single from L.A.’s Pearl Charles. Out on Kanine Records, you can find streaming and download links for it here, while her previous releases can be found on Bandcamp.

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Bat Fangs: “Talk Tough”

This Friday, October 29th, Carrboro, North Carolina and Washington, D.C.-based Bat Fangs unleash their Queen of My World LP, from which you can hear the spiked, assured and breakneck “Talk Tough” here. Out care of Don Giovanni, you can order yellow-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp now.

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U.S. Girls x Glenn Gould: “Good Kinda High”

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From the imagination of Division 88 producer Billy Wild, Uninvited Guests is an ambitious new project that combines the work of classical music Godhead Glenn Gould with modern independent and alternative artists. Meg Remy’s U.S. Girls have contributed the pulsing retro-futurism of “Good Kinda High”, and you can find streaming links for it here. The album’s release meanwhile is forthcoming.

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Ladyhawke: “Time Flies”

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Contemplative and brushed with cirrus-like melodies, “Time Flies” is a dewy-eyed disclosure and the inviting brand-new single from New Zealand’s Ladyhawke. You can find streaming links and more information about her here. This is the title track to the LP she releases on November 19th, and you can pre-order colored-vinyl and CD versions of it from her webstore.

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P.R2B: “Rayons Gamma”

P.R2B is the solo-musical project of Saint-Doulchard, France’s Pauline Rambeau de Baralon, and “Rayons Gamma” is the stellar, ivory-bright and irresistible title track from her just-released LP. You can order CD and vinyl editions of it both from her webstore and from FNAC right now. Via Les inRocks.

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Angèle: “Bruxelles je t’aime”

Sparkling with style and sincerity, lithe and loving, “Bruxelles je t’aime” — the unruffled brand-new single from Angèle — is an homage with heart to her beautiful home city. You can find sundry streaming and download links for the just-released track right here.

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Beatrice Deer: “History”

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Beatrice Deer is a half-Inuk, half-Mohawk musician based in Montréal, and “HISTORY” is her sanguine and satiny newest single. On December 10th she releases her SHIFTING LP, and you can pre-order that now from Bandcamp, where you can download this track, too.

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Slow Crush: “Lull”

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An arresting storm in a lunar sea, “Lull” is the narcotic, oceanic brand-new single from Belgium’s Slow Crush. The track is taken from the Hush LP they release through Quiet Panic tomorrow, October 22nd. You can order gold-and-black-splatter-vinyl, CD, digital and bundled editions of it both from the label’s webstore and from Bandcamp now.