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Bully: “Just For Love”

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Bright as it chimes and tough as it churns, “Just For Love” is the joyously-jangling, devilishly-distorted brand-new single from Alicia Bognanno’s Bully. Out courtesy of the mighty Sub Pop, you can find various streaming links for this here, and it’s also available from Bandcamp.

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Sinéad Harnett: “Where You Been Hiding”

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“Where You Been Hiding” is the slinky, sensual, subtly-emotive and soul-saturated brand-new single from London-based, Thai-Irish musician Sinéad Harnett, whom I love. You can find streaming links for it here, and an expanded edition of her Ready Is Always Too Late LP is on its way, too.

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Angèle: “Démons” (feat. Damso)

A moreish, candied taste of her soon-to-be-released Nonante-Cinq LP, “Démons” — featuring Belgian-Congolese MC and singer Damso — is the invigorating, exuberant brand-new single from the wonderful Angèle. Out from December 10th, you can order CD, vinyl and all-manner of bundled editions of it from her webstore, and it’s available from FNAC as well.

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døssi: “let’s be okay”

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Plain-spoken and unaffected, profound with an easy lightness, “let’s be okay” is the emotionally-lavish, musically-generous brand-new single from Norwegian musician and producer Ingrid Døssland, a.k.a. døssi. Assorted streaming and download links for it can be found right here.

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Tamtam: “ISMAK”

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Riyadh- and Los Angeles-based musician Tamtam has recently loosed to run free “ISMAK”, her sleek, soaring new single, and now Maky Margaridis and Tristan Feres have joined it to a blood-pumping, panoramic new video. You can find streaming links for this track right here.

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Leyla McCalla: “Fort Dimanche”

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Alert with invention, always ageless, “Fort Dimanche” is a lesson in history with a vital vision. The bold and bright new single from cellist, singer and songwriter Leyla McCalla is out now on Anti- Records, and you can find streaming links for it right here.

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Tasha: “Bed Song 1”

An artful, aching and idyllic escape, “Bed Song 1” is a serene consolation and the angelic brand-new single from Chicago’s Tasha. Tell Me What You Miss The Most — her next and second LP — was released digitally released by Father/Daughter Records last month, but physical editions arrive tomorrow, December 3rd. You can buy milky-clear-vinyl, smoky-cassette and CD versions either from the label or from Bandcamp.

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Josephine Sillars: “I’ll See You When I See You”

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An independent, supernatural aria, “I’ll See You When I See You” is the dizzyingly-layered, enchantingly-sung and beautifully-orchestrated brand-new single from Leeds’ Josephine Sillars. Out today, you can find streaming and download links for it here, and she’s got more music on Bandcamp as well.

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Laura-Mary Carter: “Blue’s Not My Colour”

A poetic, Americana canter, “Blue’s Not My Colour” is the literate, liberating brand-new single from Brighton’s Laura-Mary Carter. This is the lead track on her Town Called Nothing mini-LP, which is out from December 3rd. You can order aqua-green-vinyl, mint-green-cassette and CD versions of it from her Bandcamp page, while digital links can be found here.

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Boris: “Drowning by Numbers”

W is the name of the next LP from heavy-drone-noise legends Boris, and from it above you can now hear its mechanized, mesmeric and mammoth “Drowning By Numbers”. Released by Sacred Bones on January 21st, you can pre-order blue-and-white-starburst-vinyl, sea-blue-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and cassette editions of it from them now, and it’s on Bandcamp, too.