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Hayley Mary: “Fall In Love”

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Once the lead singer of Sydney’s The Jezabels, Haley Mary has just shared a new solo EP entitled Fall In Love, and you can hear its melody-sugared, sincere and streamlined title track above. Streaming links and more information about her and her philanthropic outreach can be found at this link.

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Susanna Hoffs: “I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight”

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Alternative music legend Susanna Hoffs recently released a lovely album of covers influential to her entitled Bright Lights, and you can hear her sweetly-nostalgic take on Richard Thompson’s “I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight” above. Links to digital editions of the collection can be found here.

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Cate Le Bon: “Moderation”

Pristine pastoralism, textural and tuneful, “Moderation” is the organic, vividly-envisioned brand-new single from Welsh musician Cate Le Bon. Her Pompeii LP is released on February 4th. You can pre-order black-vinyl, marbled-white-and-pink-vinyl, cassette and CD versions of it from her webstore, and it’s on Bandcamp, too. Meanwhile, streaming links for this track are here.

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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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Suki Waterhouse: “Moves”

Vintage glamour shot through with emotion, “Moves” is a stylish swell and the impressive new single from L.A.’s Suki Waterhouse. Her just-released Moves / My Mind single is out on Sub Pop, digital links are here and it’s also on Bandcamp.

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Near Tears: “Love Under Surveillance”

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A crisp and rumbling burst of New Wave attitude and piercing hyper-modern social observation, “Love Under Surveillance” is the fearsome, fun and cutting new single from L.A.-based musician and DJ Justine Dorsey, a.k.a. Near Tears. You can find streaming links for it here, and her debut EP Get With The Program is released on October 22nd.

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talker: “Sad Chick”

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Hard-hitting rhythms propel relatable, carefully-observed and honed confessions on “Sad Chick”, the thundering brand-new single from L.A.’s Celeste Tauchar, a.k.a. talker. You can find sundry streaming and download options for this track right here.

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KIRA: “The Ghosts”

Hardcore and underground legend Kira Roessler — once the bassist for Black Flag — has announced the release of a new LP as KIRA, and its “The Ghosts” haunts a vast, shadowed dynamic range with calm, considered poetics. Out on Kitten Robot Records from October 19th, you can pre-order it from their webstore now.

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Julie Doiron: “You Gave Me The Key”

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“You Gave Me The Key” is the raw-edged, conversational and softly-surging brand-new single from Montréal’s Julie Doiron. On November 26th she releases her I Thought of You LP care of Toronto’s You’ve Changed Records, and you can pre-order that now from their Bandcamp page.

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Still Corners: “Heavy Days”

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London’s Still Corners have just unveiled their new single “Heavy Days” — a sleekly-moving and multi-textured beam of nostalgia and optimism. Out on Wrecking Light Records, you can find assorted streaming and download links for it right here, and it’s also on their Bandcamp page.