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La Luz: “Watching Cartoons”

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Its rhythms snapping inside an amber narcotic haze, “Watching Cartoons” is the hypnotic new single from Seattle’s La Luz. It’s taken from the self-titled LP that they release through Hardly Art on October 22nd, and you can pre-order cassette, CD, colored-vinyl and bundled versions of it both from Bandcamp and the band’s webstore.

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Girlpuppy: “Miniature Furniture”

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Its sunny heart mournful at the edges, “Miniature Furniture” is the thoughtful, conversational and comforting new single from Atlanta’s Becca Harvey and her Girlpuppy project. Her debut EP Swan will be released by Royal Mountain Records on August 20th, and you can pre-order the CD edition of it from them now.

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Jackson+Sellers: “The Devil Is An Angel”

Jackson+Sellers is a brand-new musical partnership between longtime-TAR-favorite Jade Jackson and Nashville’s Aubrie Sellers, and “The Devil Is An Angel” is their high-octane, subtly-smart and searing new single. Their full-length debut Breaking Point will be released by Anti- on October 22nd.

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Ashley Shadow (feat. Bonnie “Prince” Billy): “Don’t Slow Me Down”

Ashley Shadow is a wonderful musician from Vancouver, and “Don’t Slow Me Down” is a wide-angled, Western-sky-lit and classic-sounding duet with Bonnie “Prince” Billy. The towering track is taken from her just-announced and second LP Only The End. That’s out care of Felte on September 24th if you’re buying the CD or digital version and on October 29th if you want the vinyl. You can check out your options on Bandcamp now.

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Wednesday: “How Can You Live If You Can’t Love How Can You If You Do”

Asheville’s Karly Hartzman and her band Wednesday have revealed “How Can You Live If You Can’t Love How Can You If You Do”, a quiet, heartbreaking glory and their affecting newest single. Their Twin Plagues LP will be released by Orindal on August 13th. You can order Tiffany-blue-vinyl, black-vinyl and lime-green-cassette versions of it from them now, and it’s on Bandcamp, too.

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Samia: “As You Are”

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Pointed melancholia, “As You Are” is the focused, fluid latest single from New York City’s Samia. This Friday, July 23rd, she releases her Scout EP on Grand Jury Music, and you can order translucent-vinyl, black-vinyl and digital editions of it both from her webstore and from Bandcamp today.

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Connie Constance: “Prim & Propa”

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Chaos elegantly contained, “Prim & Propa” is a chromatic release of melody and youth and the energizing new single from Watford, England’s Connie Constance. It’s a joy, and you can find streaming links for it right here.

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Julia Bardo: “No Feeling”

Serrated and stylish, “No Feeling” is the cool and cutting brand-new single from Manchester’s Julia Bardo. Her debut album Bauhaus, L’Appartamento is released by Wichita Recordings on September 10th, and you can pre-order red-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from Bandcamp right now. Via DIY.

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Mia Pixley: “Everything Is Slow Motion”

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An understated epic, multi-phased and rivetingly told, “Everything Is Slow Motion” is the mystically-unfolding, confident and expertly-edited new single from Oakland’s Mia Pixley. You can stream it on Soundcloud now, and her Margaret in the Wild LP arrives on July 23

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Freedom Fry: “Smile”

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Laid back but crisply-pressed, refined and sweetly honest, “Smile” is the buoyant and bright newest single from L.A.’s always-wonderful Freedom Fry. Throughout the years the band have shared an impressive amount of excellent music, and you can find a bounty of it — this track included — on their Bandcamp page.