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Joan Shelley: The Spur

The Spur is the latest addition to a spectacular overall contribution to American acoustic music by Louisville, Kentucky’s Joan Shelley, it’s out today, and you can preview a few of its heartbreaking, heartwarming and heavenly tracks above. Out care of No Quarter, you can order seaglass-wave-vinyl, CD, digital and bundled editions of it from Bandcamp, and it’s also available from Rough Trade for those of you in the United Kingdom.

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Siv Jakobsen: “Birthday”

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Softly celebratory, “Birthday” is the candid, clear-eyed and tranquil newest single from Oslo, Norway’s Siv Jakobsen. Just released, you can find a bounty of streaming and download links for this gem right here, while each of her previous releases is available from her webstore.

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Morjane Ténéré: “You’re Not That Strong”

A waltz beaming in diaphanous triumph, “You’re Not That Strong” is the assured, ageless new single from Parisian musician Morjane Ténéré. The track is one of four on her debut EP Birth, and you can find that now on Bandcamp. Meanwhile, you can learn much more about her by following this link.

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Georgia Ruth: “Half Forgotten Heartbreak”

Its melodic forms lissome and its essences translucent, “Half Forgotten Heartbreak” is the impressionistic, indelible newest single from Aberystwyth’s Georgia Ruth. Out now through the courtesy of Cardiff’s Bubblewrap Collective, you can find various streaming links for it right here.

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Iona Zajac: “Find Her in the Grass”

“Find Her in the Grass” is a curtain of lovingly-hand-cut lace that billows as Summer storms announce their departures with warmer breezes. It’s the impressive title track to the debut EP from Edinburgh’s Iona Zajac — one released today and available to stream or download by following this link.

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Rebekka Anstem: “Tremble”

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Today Norwegian, Manchester-based musician Rebekka Anstem released her five-song Concrete After Rain EP, one that concludes in quiet drama with the leafy, luxuriant and very lovely “Tremble”. You can find download links for it and much more information by following this link, and it’s on Bandcamp as well.

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Clara Mann: “Thread”

An after-hours aria, “Thread” glows as end-credits roll and tears are dabbed. It’s the clarion-clear and classic-sounding brand-new single from Bristol, England’s Clara Mann, and you can find links for it as well as additional information about her using this link. Her previous releases meanwhile can be found on Bandcamp.

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Barrie: “Jenny”

Just last month New York City’s Barrie Lindsay, a.k.a. Barrie, released her Barbara LP, and here you can enjoy a brightly-honest, sunny live version of its “Jenny”. Out courtesy of Winspear, you can buy aqua-blue-vinyl, blue-cassette, CD and digital versions of it from Bandcamp, while her upcoming tour schedule can be found here.

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Abigail Lapell: “All Dressed Up”

Just today Toronto’s Abigail Lapell released her Stolen Time LP, and “All Dressed Up” — poetic and plucked with purpose — is one of its eleven verdant tracks. Out care of Outside Music, you can buy white-vinyl, olive-vinyl and CD versions of the album from Bandcamp, while additional links to it are right here.

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Rachel Sermanni: “Aquarium Kisses”

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Its eloquence worn lightly and its melodic touch gentle, “Aquarium Kisses” is the arcadian brand-new single from Scottish musician Rachel Sermanni. Streaming links for it are here, and the Every Swimming Pool Runs to the Sea EP from which this is taken is out from June 16th.