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Jana Horn: “Time Machine”

A fleecy comfort, “Time Machine” is quietly consoling and the plush newest single from Austin’s Jana Horn. Her Optimism LP — originally self-released — will be made more widely available care of No Quarter Records from January 21st, and you can order CD, digital and vinyl versions of it from Bandcamp today. Via Stereogum.

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Allysen Callery: “Rosemary”

Trading with graceful ease the original’s psychedelia for the forest floor’s variegated textures, Rhode Island’s Allysen Callery has generously shared an emerald-toned version of Grateful Dead’s “Rosemary”. It’s part of her ongoing 12 Covers of Christmas project, and you can follow along with that on her Soundcloud page. There’s so much more to find on her Bandcamp page as well.

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Aisha Badru: “Rooted”

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Aisha Badru is an herbalist, holistic health intuitive and musician from Orlando, Florida, and “Rooted” is her wistful, meditative and philosophically-resonant new single. It’s one of six new tracks on her The Way Back Home EP — one she will release on December 3rd — and you can pre-save it now.

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Aisha Badru: “Rebirth”

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Spontaneous with syncopated poetic flourishes, “Rebirth” is the sweeping brand-new single from Yonkers, New York’s Aisha Badru. It’s taken from The Way Back Home, the EP she releases through Nettwerk on December 3rd, and you can find pre-saving information for that right here. Additionally she will be making donations from all single and LP pre-saves to the One Tree Planted non-profit.

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Marissa Nadler: “If I Could Breathe Underwater”

“If I Could Breathe Underwater” is gossamer in diffuse golden light and the rippling, romantic latest single from Marissa Nadler. You’ll find it on her The Path of the Clouds LP, which is released on October 29th. A variety of pre-ordering options are available at this link, and it’s over at Bandcamp, too.

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Vanessa Anne Redd: “Sweet Way Around”

Recurring with comfort — like a wavelet or a bloom — “Sweet Way Around” is luxuriant with independence and the enchanting title track to the brand-new LP from London’s Vanessa Anne Redd. Out today, you can buy digital and CD versions of it from Bandcamp.

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Allysen Callery: “Cure & Velvet Underground”

We’ve always loved posting timeless new music from Bristol, Rhode Island’s Allysen Callery — she’s even been in charge here. “Cure & Velvet Underground” is a plangent, pulsing phantasm and taken from her just-released Lost Children LP. You can buy CD and digital editions of it from Bandcamp, where you can find so much more wonderful music from her.

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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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Bedouine: “The Wave”

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“The Wave” is refracted 60s Folk, serene in the freedom of honesty and the auburn-hued new single from L.A.’s Bedouine. Waysides, her next LP, will be released on October 15th, and you can pre-order a custard-vinyl edition of it from her Bandcamp page, where you can download this track as well.

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Billie Flynn: “Someone’s Daughter”

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Vast, articulate landscapes observed through marigold gauze, “Someone’s Daughter” is the dew-flecked, impressionistic, and serene brand-new single from Cornish musician Billie Flynn. Out today, you can find an assortment of streaming and download links for this right here.