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Kandle: “Christmas Mourn”

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Kandle’s charismatic, throwback melancholy is smart, poignant and sure to keep you warm as it makes you smile. The glowing “Christmas Mourn” is available from her Bandcamp page right now.

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Arlo Parks: “Caroline”

Tension releases, humanity gleams and melodies ripple on “Caroline”, the brand-new single from London’s Arlo Parks. Collapsed In Sunbeams, her debut LP, will be released on January 29th, and you can buy cassette, CD and vinyl editions of it from her website or Rough Trade now.

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Cuushe: “Not To Blame”

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“Not To Blame”, a narcotic, kinetic charge, is one of eight heavenly new tracks on Waken, the brand-new album from Tokyo’s always-wonderful Cuushe. Out on the boundary-pushing FLAU, you can buy clear-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from their Bandcamp page.

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The Kelly Jean Caldwell Band: “Meatloaf”

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This Friday, December 19th, Detroit’s The Kelly Jean Caldwell Band release their Birdie LP, but you can fall under the spell of its hypnotic, chromatic track “Meatloaf” right now. Both vinyl and digital versions of the album can be found on her Bandcamp page.

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Madisyn Whajne: “Killing Desire”

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Toronto’s Madisyn Whajne is a member of the Whitefish River First Nation, and “Killing Desire” with its surging, chiming retro-charm is taken from her brand-new LP Save Our Hearts. You can buy digital and vinyl editions of it now from her Bandcamp page.

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Moontype: “Ferry”

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A massive, melodic and sugary swell, “Ferry” is the genuine and gentle-hearted new single from Chicago’s Moontype. You can find it right now on their Bandcamp page, while the debut album from which it’s taken will be released next year.

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Blumi: “Blumi the Darkness”

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Parisian musician Emma Broughton, a.k.a. Blumi, will be releasing her debut-solo EP I know about you in the Spring, and from it you can hear its “Blumi the darkness” — a hushed and tender revelation — above. The track is up on her Bandcamp page now. Via Les inRocks.

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Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin: “The Marionettes”

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We know their names: Zappa, Beefheart, Barrett. Why not learn hers? “The Marionettes” dances deeply in a world dreamed in detailed creativity and it’s taken from Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin’s I Left My Heart In Uncanny Valley. Wonderful, you can buy it now from her Bandcamp page.

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Natalie Bergman: “I Will Praise You”

The song is enchanting, the video divine and ceremonial, the album arrives next year. Natalie Bergman’s self-produced, self-titled LP will be released care of Third Man Records, but this can provide lots of joy in the meantime.

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Josephine Sillars: “Unknown”

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An expressive expanse, “Unknown” is the literate, idiosyncratic and touching new single from Leeds’ Josephine Sillars. You can download it now from her Bandcamp page, while Enemy, her new EP, will be released on January 15th.