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Kristine Leschper: “Picture Window”

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Philadelphia-based artist, writer and musician Kristine Leschper has announced the release of her The Opening, Or Closing Of A Door LP, and from that you can both hear the deeply-dreamed “Picture Window” and watch the fluid video she’s directed for it. The album is out through Anti- on March 4th. You can order vinyl and CD versions of it both from their webstore and from hers right now

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Renata Zeiguer: “Sunset Boulevard”

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Bossa Nova rays beamed from a space-aged pad, “Sunset Boulevard” moves like satin, and it’s the sleek and sensuous new single from New York City’s Renata Zeiguer. This is the opening track on the Picnic in the Dark LP she releases through Northern Spy on April 8th. You can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital copies from Bandcamp now, and you can stream this one here.

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Jenny Hval: “Year of Love”

Its wry introspection angled towards the light, “Year of Love” is the thoughtful, literate brand-new single from Oslo, Norway’s Jenny Hval. You can find streaming links for this here. On March 11th she releases her Classic Objects LP, and you can pre-order blue-vinyl, black-vinyl and CD editions of it both from 4AD and Bandcamp today.

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Death Valley Girls’ “When I’m Free” and Le Butcherettes’ “The Universe”

L.A.’s Death Valley Girls and Guadalajara, Mexico’s Le Butcherettes are fellow Garage-and-Punk-Rock travelers, and their just-released double-A-side split single makes a joyous, spirited pairing. You can hear both vivid and sizzling tracks above. They’re out digitally today, and the 7″-vinyl version follows on February 11th. You can pre-order yours either from Bandcamp or from Suicide Squeeze today.

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QUINQUIS: “Setu”

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A mysterious whisper that gives way to honeyed light and quiet triumph, “Setu” is humane futurism and the gleaming brand-new single from Brittany, France’s Émilie Tiersen, a.k.a. QUINQUIS. On May 20th she releases SEIM, her debut LP for the legendary Mute. You can pre-order CD and clear-vinyl editions of it either here or from Bandcamp, while streaming links for this track are here. Via Les inRocks.

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Hannah Storm: “Stranger”

Its rugged, desolate landscapes punctuated tastefully by light, youth and longing, “Stranger” is the angelic, showstopping new and debut single from the elusive Hannah Storm. Released today, you can find an assortment of streaming and download links for this jewel right here.

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VanWyck: “I Was Innocent”

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“I Was Innocent” winds as winds sing at midnight in the pines, its philosophy coalescing as nightingales harmonize. It’s the mysterious, meditative brand-new single from Amsterdam’s VanWyck, and you can stream it now on Soundcloud. Additionally more music from her can be found on her Bandcamp page, and she’ll release her The Epic Tale of the Stranded Man LP on April 8th.

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Vitesse X: “Us Ephemeral”

“Us Ephemeral” is a violet-edged breeze and the brisk, narcotic brand-new single from New York City’s Vitesse X. This is the pristine title track to the album she releases on March 25th, and you can pre-order pink-vinyl, cassette and CD editions of it from 100% Electronica now. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.

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Lucius: “Next to Normal”

Kaleidoscopic disco, “Next To Normal” is a hip-shaking confession and the golden-grooved new single from Lucius. Their new album Second Nature is released on April 8th, and you can pre-order deluxe-vinyl boxed sets, pink-vinyl and CD versions of it now from the pair’s webstore.

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Aldous Harding: “Lawn”

Its translucent touch intimate and its rises and falls pacific, “Lawn” is the instantly-engaging newest single from Lyttleton, New Zealand’s ever-wonderful Aldous Harding. On March 25th she releases her Warm Chris LP, and you can pre-order vinyl and CD editions of that from either Bandcamp or the 4AD webstore now.