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Unloved: “Mother’s Been a Bad Girl”

Woozy and magnetic, serrated in a haze, “Mother’s Been A Bad Girl” is the riveting latest single from L.A.’s Jade Vincent and her band Unloved. Streaming links for this are here. The Pink Album — their upcoming double LP — features contributions from Jarvis Cocker, Étienne Daho and Jon Spencer, and it will be released by Heavenly on September 2nd.

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Why Bonnie: “90 In November”

“90 In November” — elliptically poetic inside a melancholic jangle — is the reassuring, resonant title track to the first full-length from Austin’s Why Bonnie. Released by Keeled Scales on August 19th, you can pre-order peacock-green-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD, cassette and digital editions of that either from them or from Bandcamp now.

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Horsebussy: “Midazolam”

Horsebussy is the new solo-musical project from prolific and wonderful Los Angeles-based musician Jem Fanvu, and “Midazolam” is a striking, electronic meditation and taken from her new EP Injections. It’s out now and you can download the five-track release from Bandcamp.

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Fauvely: “Alligator Rodeo”

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Its depths subtly sinister as its mirrored surface shimmers, “Alligator Rodeo” is the edgy, eerie and immediately-engaging new single from Savannah, Georgia’s Fauvely. Just released, you can download this one right now from Bandcamp.

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Mamalarky: “You Know I Know”

Jubilant, ringing and raw-edged with a bounty of buzz-sawing guitar sounds, “You Know I Know” is the exhilarating brand-new single from L.A.’s Mamalarky. Just released on Fire Talk, you can download the stand-alone track either from them or from Bandcamp, while streaming links are 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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Jemima Coulter: “Dancing with Lara”

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Bristol, England’s Jemima Coulter has in the past worked with Squirrel Flower, S Carey and Novo Amor, and “Dancing With Lara” is their silvery, free-spirited and affecting new solo single. The track is taken from their debut LP Grace After A Party, which is due out through Hand In Hive on July 29th. You can find ordering links to vinyl versions of that here, and it’s available from Bandcamp, too.

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Ruby Gill: “Public Panic Attacks”

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Ruby Gill is a musician born in Johannesburg, South Africa who now calls Melbourne home, and “Public Panic Attacks” is her wryly-expressive, engagingly-honest and boundlessly-endearing brand-new single. Just released and ringing with truth, you can find an assortment of streaming links for this one right here.

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Krush Puppies: “Why”

Nostalgiac, eddying immediacy, “Why” is the effects-saturated, tense, tuneful and disarmingly-epic latest single from London, England’s Krush Puppies. You’ll find streaming links for this as well as more information about the band here, while their previous releases are on Bandcamp.

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Nite Jewel: “Before I Go”

Glossy and lucid, its negative spaces lush, “Before I Go” is the caressed brand-new single from L.A.’s Ramona Gonzalez, a.k.a. Nite Jewel. You can find links to streaming options and physical editions of the No Sun LP from which it’s taken as well as her upcoming tour dates right here. The album’s on Bandcamp, too.