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Jana Horn: “After All This Time”

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Laid gently atop a subtle, samba-style progression, “After All This Time” is the eloquent, auroral new single from Austin’s Jana Horn. Her new album The Window Is The Dream is released by No Quarter Records on April 7th, and you can pre-order clear-vinyl, CD and bundled versions of it either from their webstore or from Bandcamp. Via Brooklyn Vegan.

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Valley Queen: “Cassavetes”

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Chord of Sympathy is the name of the freshly-announced next and second album from L.A.’s Valley Queen, from which they’ve just unveiled the chiming, triumphant first single “Cassavetes”. Out on April 21st, you can pre-order the vinyl edition of the LP from Bandcamp today.

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Margo Price: “Radio” (feat. Sharon Van Etten)

Earlier this month Margo Price released a reliably-excellent and polished album entitled Strays, and today she’s shared a sweet video for its easygoing “Radio”. Alive with retro-glamour and humor, it features the wonderful Sharon Van Etten, who sings on the track. Out courtesy of Loma Vista Recordings, you’ll find all manner of purchase, streaming and download options for the LP here.

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Sandrayati: “Vast” (feat. Ólafur Arnalds)

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A sweeping, private disclosure, “Vast” is the translucent, compassionate and aptly-titled new single from Bali, Indonesia’s Sandrayati. Her Safe Ground LP will fall gently to Earth on March 17th, you can pre-order it from Bandcamp, and links to additional physical and digital editions are at this link.

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Bosque Brown: “You Said”

“You Said” is a placid swirl of independence and reassuring harmony and a tranquil, oceanic, long-awaited new track from Mara Lee Miller’s Bosque Brown. The You Said b/w Soporus – Can’t U See release is out today, and you can buy the limited-edition cassette from Bandcamp. Additionally, their LinkTree is here, and they have an EP planned to arrive later in the year.

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Kassi Valazza: “Watching Planes Go By”

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Portland, Oregon’s Kassi Valazza has announced the release of her wonderfully- and wryly-titled next LP Kassi Valazza Knows Nothing, and from it you can now hear “Watching Planes Go By” — a prismatic gleam of 60s-Greenwich Village spirit and its expansive, psychedelic first single. Streaming links for this are right here. The album will be released by Fluff & Gravy on May 26th, and you can pre-order marbled-orange-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and bundled editions of it now either from them or from Bandcamp.

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philomenah: “vacant moments”

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philomenah is a classically-trained Shetlandic musician living in Edinburgh, and “vacant moments” is her psychologically-searching, sensual and silk-swathed brand-new single. Featuring a verse from Krudd The Guru and out today, you’ll find an assortment of streaming options for it right here.

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Buzzy Lee: “Cinderblock”

Deeply grooved with a light melodic touch, “Cinderblock” is the hip-shaking, high-gloss brand-new single from L.A.’s Buzzy Lee. Streaming links for it are here. Her next and second LP Internal Affairs is out through Future Classic on March 31st, and you can order the vinyl editions either from her webstore or from Bandcamp today. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.

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Snow Ghosts: “Buried”

An unearthly symphony, “Buried” is the darkly-timeless, cinematic latest track from The Fell — the forthcoming, fourth LP from Bath, England’s Snow Ghosts. Out from February 24th on Houndstooth, you can pre-order vinyl and digital editions of it either from their webstore or from Bandcamp now.

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English Teacher: “Song About Love”

Lean with a muscular low end, tremendously charming and thorned, “Song About Love” — the electrifying new single from Leeds’ English Teacher — is a thrill. Out on Speedy Wunderground, you can order the 7″ from them now, while additional physical and streaming options are at this link. Later this month the band will begin an Independent Venue Week Tour, and all those dates are on their website.

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