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The Deer: “I Wouldn’t Recognize Me”

Organic and mysterious, “I Wouldn’t Recognize Me” is the stormy, plain-spoken and assured new single from Austin’s Grace Rowland and her band The Deer. The forthcoming The Beautiful Undead LP will be released on September 9th on their hometown’s Keeled Scales. You can order clear-vinyl, CD, digital and bundled versions of that either from Bandcamp or from the label’s webstore now.

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Carson McHone: “Still Life”

Pensive as it canters, “Still Life” is the introspective, blazing new single from Austin’s Carson McHone. On February 25th she releases an album by the same name through Merge Records. You can order purple-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it either from their webstore or from Bandcamp now.

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Blushing: “Sour Punch”

Austin’s Blushing will warm the depths of Winter with Possessions, their new LP, and from it you can hear the kindly-oceanic and cobalt “Sour Punch” here. The album — recorded in Oxford with Ride’s Mark Gardener — will be released by Kanine on February 18th. You can pre-order cloudy-white-vinyl or digital editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp now.

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Why Bonnie: “Galveston”

A live-wired homage, “Galveston” is a molten meditation and the sweet-but-sizzling new single from Austin’s Why Bonnie. Out courtesy of Fat Possum Records, you can find streaming links for the track as well as more information about the band right here.

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Blushing: “Blame” (feat. Miki Berenyi)

Long a TAR favorite, Austin’s Blushing have just revealed their absinthe-rinsed, effects-saturated and persimmon-toned new single “Blame” — one featuring a spectral contribution from shoegaze legend Miki Berenyi. The track is taken from their just-announced Possessions LP, one they release on February 18th. You can pre-order blue-vinyl and digital versions of it now from their Bandcamp page.

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Natalie Jane Hill: “Orb Weaver”

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Austin’s Natalie Jane Hill has both announced the release of her Solely LP and shared its “Orb Weaver” — grounded mysticism resonant with wisdom. The album is released by Dear Life Records on October 29th, and you can pre-order clear-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from Bandcamp now.

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Molly Burch: “Heart of Gold”

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Next month Romantic Images, the new LP from Molly Burch, is released, and it’s one she recorded with the wonderful retro-futurist band Tennis. Unruffled silk, “Heart of Gold” is its cooling new single. Out on July 23rd, you can order colored-vinyl, signed-CD and cassette editions of the album from her webstore now.

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Sasha and the Valentines: “Angel”

Today Austin’s Sasha and the Valentines unveiled their So You Think You Found Love? LP, and “Angel” is swoonsome, analog-toned mystique and one of its 11 tracks. Out through oof Records, you can buy cassette and digital versions of it from Bandcamp, and the band will donate ten percent of the tapes to their hometown’s Communities of Color United.

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Molly Burch: “Emotion” (feat. Wild Nothing)

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Wisped as it whirls, “Emotion”, featuring Wild Nothing, is the unruffled brand-new single from Austin’s Molly Burch. You can find streaming links for it here, and you can order a signed, 7-inch-vinyl edition of it from her website.