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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.

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Buggs: “Flaws”

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Its slackness a warming comfort and its insouciance an enchanting elixir, “Flaws” is the gauzy, relatable and wonderful brand-new single from London’s Buggs. Out care of their hometown’s Sad Club Records, you can buy it from Bandcamp now. Via The Line of Best Fit.

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Carmody: “Replace”

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Emotions slowly, eerily rise as landscapes materialize and expand on “Replace”, the bewitching brand-new single from London’s Carmody. You can find streaming links for it right here. This is the first track she’s shared from Imperfect Constellations, her debut LP, and she’ll be releasing that on June 10th.

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Frazey Ford: “U kin B the Sun”

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Heavy like honey and amber-clear as well, “U kin B the Sun” is a subtle, sunset-colored stir in a reawakening soul and the pristine title track to the latest LP from Vancouver’s Frazey Ford. Out care of Arts & Crafts, you can order vinyl, CD and digital editions of it from their webstore today.

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Laura-Mary Carter: “Town Called Nothing”

Brighton’s Laura-Mary Carter — also one-half of underground-indie legends Blood Red Shoes — will release her solo-debut EP Town Called Nothing on December 3rd. You can download its hazy, broad-horizoned and heavenly title track now from Bandcamp, where you can also pre-order aqua-green-12″-vinyl, CD, cassette and digital versions of the project now.

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