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frances chang: “support your local nihilist”

support your local nihilist is the wonderful title of the debut LP from Brooklyn’s frances chang, and she’s just unleashed its lean, chromatic, crackling and Sleater-Kinney-esque title track. The album is released on July 22nd care of her own label destiny is a dog, and you can pre-order yellow-shell-cassette and digital versions of it from Bandcamp now.

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MYTBE: “moody”

Carressed by lucid, dappled, blossoming reflections, “moody” is a torchsong in Spring light and the luxe brand-new single from South London’s MYTBE. You can find an assortment of streaming and download options for this one right here.

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Mamalarky: “You Know I Know”

Jubilant, ringing and raw-edged with a bounty of buzz-sawing guitar sounds, “You Know I Know” is the exhilarating brand-new single from L.A.’s Mamalarky. Just released on Fire Talk, you can download the stand-alone track either from them or from Bandcamp, while streaming links are here.

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Amanda Tenfjord: “Plans”

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Last week Amanda Tenfjord represented Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest, and today she unveils with a lightly-worn drama “Plans” — polished to a gleam, fluidly melancholy and her elegant new single. You can find streaming links for this right here, while her debut LP will be released later in the year by Propeller Recordings.

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Iona Zajac: “Find Her in the Grass”

“Find Her in the Grass” is a curtain of lovingly-hand-cut lace that billows as Summer storms announce their departures with warmer breezes. It’s the impressive title track to the debut EP from Edinburgh’s Iona Zajac — one released today and available to stream or download by following this link.

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Mia Berg: “I’ll Never Leave You”

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Verses flanged and feathery yield to a euphoric chorus on “I’ll Never Leave You” — reassuring under blue skies and the big-hearted newest single from Oslo’s Mia Berg. Out today, you’ll find a variety of streaming links for this gem right here.

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Mychelle: “Pressure”

Crystal clear, candid and etched with detail, “Pressure” is the enchanting brand-new single from Hackney’s Mychelle. Just today she released the Someone Who Knows EP on The Orchard, and you can find streaming links for that here. You can also buy vinyl editions of the Closure / Someone Who Knows LP either from Bandcamp or her webstore now.

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La Luz: “Endless Afternoon”

A Merlot-washed waltz beneath an elusive, cloud-obscured and auburn Western sun, “Endless Afternoon” is a buzzed lullaby and the narcotic new single from Seattle’s La Luz. On June 14th the band release the Endless Afternoon b/w San Fernando Shadow Blues 7″ on Hardly Art, and you can pre-order yours from Bandcamp right now.

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Diners: “Half Glass”

Diners is the solo-musical project of Phoenix, Arizona’s Blue Broderick, and “Half Glass” is a compassionate, poetic, lo-fi reflection and their cerulean-shaded new single. On June 10th she releases the Four Wheels and the Truth LP through Lauren Records, and you can pre-order coke-bottle-vinyl and digital editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp right now.

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Aubrey Haddard: “Processing Power”

Polished and potent, “Processing Power” is a supercharged anthem and the authoritative new single from Brooklyn’s Aubrey Haddard. You can find a bounty of streaming links for this right here, while her Awake and Talking LP will be released on August 19th courtesy of Beverly Martel Records. Via TLOBF.