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Louise Burns: “See You”

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Louise Burns is an accomplished musician, producer and broadcaster from Vancouver, and her just-released take on the Depeche Mode classic “See You” re-casts it in swirling, nuanced, pastel-tinted astral light. Out through her own Mellow Drama Sounds, you’ll find streaming links for this here.

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Freja The Dragon (feat. Peter Bjorn and John): “Closer”

A sumptuous romance in crisply-cast and sable shadows, “Closer” is the opulent, captivating brand-new single from Stockholm-based musician and producer Freja The Dragon. Featuring the ever-wonderful Peter Bjorn and John, you can stream it here, and her Midnight Feelings EP arrives on January 19th.

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Lee-Ann Curren: “Just Friends”

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Biarritz, France’s Lee-Ann Curren has just shared “Just Friends”, a relatable, polished slab of Vig-esque production, honesty and cresting, crashing, bracing dynamics. You’ll find streaming links for it right here, while her next and second EP Who Knows will be released in January. Via Les inRocks.

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Nilüfer Yanya: “Rid Of Me”

London’s wonderful Nilüfer Yanya has re-envisioned with requisite tension in ghostly echoes and appropriate weight PJ Harvey’s sawtoothed, monumental “Rid Of Me”. You’ll find an assortment of streaming links for the stand-alone single right here.

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Bleach Lab: “If You Only Feel It Once”

It dawns with a flanged and misty jangle which burns away as its meditative inner sun rises and warms. “If You Only Feel It Once” is a melancholic anthem and the towering brand-new single from South London’s Bleach Lab. This is the title track to the EP the band will release on November 4th, but you can stream this one now.

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June McDoom: “Stone After Stone”

A living, blossoming, lo-fi symphony, “Stone After Stone” is the exquisitely-edited, vividly-broadcast new single from New York City’s June McDoom. Her eponymously-titled debut EP is released by Temporary Residence Ltd. on October 28th. You can pre-order crystal-clear-with-green-mix-vinyl and black-vinyl versions of it either from them or from Bandcamp now.

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Nadine Khouri: “Vertigo”

“Vertigo” is the adroitly-spare, spooky and noir-toned brand-new single from London’s Nadine Khouri. Her sure-to-be-excellent next album Another Life will be released by Talitres on November 18th. Recorded with the legendary John Parish, you can pre-order red-opaque-vinyl, black-vinyl and CD editions of it from her Bandcamp page today.

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Doom Flower: “Past Tense”

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“Past Tense” is the crisply-shot, muscled, moody, brand-new and excellent single from Chicago’s Doom Flower. The track is taken from Limestone Ritual, the album they release through their hometown’s record label on January 6th. You can pre-order purple-swirl-cassette and digital versions of it from Bandcamp now.

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Magdalena Bay: “All You Do”

Charismatic, breezy and cool, “All You Do” is the swirling, sumptuous latest single from L.A.’s Magdalena Bay. You can find streaming links for it here. Their Mercurial World LP is released on Luminelle Recordings from October 8th, and you can pre-order a dazzling array of physical versions of it from Bandcamp, while additional options are at this link.

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Bo Milli: “How it is”

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“How it is” — the buzzing new single from Bergen, Norway’s Bo Milli — is cool, conversational, frank and filled to bursting with an easy, youthful charm. You can find a bounty of streaming options for this gem here, it’s on Bandcamp, and she’s got more releases planned for later in the year as well.