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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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Pearla: “Unglow The”

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Gritty and mystical, “Unglow The” is the meticulously-made, consoling new single from Brooklyn, New York’s Pearla. Her debut LP Oh Glistening Onion, The Nighttime Is Coming is released by Spacebomb on February 10th, and you can order the gold-vinyl edition of that from them right now.

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Bo Milli: “Good Kid”

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Forward-thinking and affable, melody-saturated and honest, “Good Kid” is the piercing, poised and thoroughly-endearing brand-new single from Bergen, Norway’s wonderful Bo Milli. Streaming and download links for this one are right here.

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Elk City: “Floating Above the Water”

From beautiful Montclair, New Jersey come Elk City, who recently released their Above The Water LP — one that arrestingly concludes with “Floating Above The Water”, a spectral, resonant panorama. The album is out courtesy of their hometown’s Magic Door Records, you can download it from Bandcamp, and more information about the band can be found here.

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Vagabon: “Carpenter”

Bouncy and bright, melancholically reflective, “Carpenter” is the buoyant, truthful and brand-new single from New York City’s Lætitia Tamko, a.k.a. Vagabon. Streaming links for the track are here, it’s on Bandcamp and there is more information about her on her LinkTree.

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Vaarin: “Dark Matter”

Dynamically woven and symphonic, “Dark Matter” is the magically-mellifluous, burnished brand-new single from Oslo, Norway’s enchanting Vaarin. Just released, you’ll find streaming links for this one right here.

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Meg Baird: “Ashes, Ashes”

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Burnished and bountiful, “Ashes, Ashes” is the cinematic brand-new single from San Francisco’s Meg Baird. Her long-awaited new album Furling will be released by Drag City on January 27th, and you can order vinyl, CD and digital editions of it either from their webstore or from Bandcamp right now. Via The Line of Best Fit.

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Scout Gillett: “444 marcy ave.”

Recently Brooklyn’s wonderful Scout Gillett released her debut album no roof no floor, and she’s just unveiled a live-wired, intense live version of its “444 marcy ave.”. Out through Captured Tracks, you can find a wide array of ordering options for the LP at this link, and you can learn more about her here. Via Brooklyn Vegan.

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Josephine Sillars: “Spend Time Wasting”

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Assured and sapphire-toned, “Spend Time Wasting” — powered by dark rhythms and artistic magnetism — is the chic latest single from Leeds’ Josephine Sillars. You’ll find streaming information for it at this link. Additionally, it comprises one side of the final installment of the Come Play With Me (a reference to Leeds’ tremendous The Wedding Present, one assumes) 7″ Singles Club, and you can order yours from them today.

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Emiliana Torrini & The Colorist Orchestra: “Mikos”

Limber and balanced atop a wry mischief, “Mikos” is a classic-sounding Continental wink and the pristine new single from Emiliana Torrini & The Colorist Orchestra. Their collaborative album Racing The Storm is released by Bella Union on March 17th, and you can pre-order white-vinyl and CD versions of it either from their webstore or from Bandcamp today.