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Black Honey: “Charlie Bronson”

As tough and tenacious as its namesake, “Charlie Bronson” is the breakneck, blistering newest single from Brighton, England’s Black Honey. Streaming information for the track and more information about the band can be found at this link. Via DIY.

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Porridge Radio: “Back To The Radio”

Balanced with a muscular grace atop a sweetly-rising squall of tension and purpose, “Back To The Radio” is the potent brand-new single from Brighton’s Porridge Radio. The track is taken from their forthcoming LP Waterslide, Diving Board, Ladder To The Sky, which is out care of Secretly Canadian on May 20th. You can pre-order CD, black-vinyl or highlighter-yellow vinyl versions of it from their webstore today. Via Les inRocks.

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Lucy Feliz: “Forget Me Nots”

Its melancholia artfully disguised in verdant, variegated landscapes, “Forget Me Nots” is the luxurious, emotive new single from Brighton, England’s Lucy Feliz. Out courtesy of OK Pal Records, you can find streaming links and more information about her here, and the track is on Bandcamp, too.

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Yumi and The Weather: “Howl”

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Spiky, smoldering and drenched in a harmonious distortion, “Howl” is the fluid and fearsome brand-new single from Yumi and The Weather, the solo-musical project of Brighton, England’s Ruby Taylor. Out on her own MIOHMI Records, you can find streaming links for it right here, and it’s on Bandcamp as well.

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Laura-Mary Carter: “Town Called Nothing”

Brighton’s Laura-Mary Carter — also one-half of underground-indie legends Blood Red Shoes — will release her solo-debut EP Town Called Nothing on December 3rd. You can download its hazy, broad-horizoned and heavenly title track now from Bandcamp, where you can also pre-order aqua-green-12″-vinyl, CD, cassette and digital versions of the project now.

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Penelope Trappes: “Blood Moon”

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Arriving with a stark and menacing short film, “Blood Moon” is a woozy waltz and the ghostly new single from Brighton’s Penelope Trappes. Penelope Three is the name of her next album, one released by Houndstooth on May 28th. You can pre-order black-vinyl, deluxe-vinyl, CD and bundled versions of it from Bandcamp now.

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