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Anna Fox Rochinski: “No Better”

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Its analog-heart embraced by a warm futurism, “No Better” — alive with wit — is the deeply-plush new single from Brooklyn’s Anna Fox Rochinski. The Cherry LP from which this is taken will be released on March 26th, and you can pre-order vinyl and CD versions now either from Bandcamp or her label Don Giovanni.

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Johanna Samuels: “Nature’s Way”

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Loose and free-spirited, “Nature’s Way” is the charming and personable brand-new single from L.A.’s Johanna Samuels. The track is taken from Excelsior!, the LP she releases through Mama Bird Recording Co. on May 14th. You can pre-order red-wine-smooch-vinyl, black-vinyl and CD versions of it from Bandcamp now.

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Hannah Jadagu: “Think Too Much”

Hannah Jadagu is a New York City-based musician and producer originally from Mesquite, Texas, and “Think Too Much” is her invitingly-vernal and open-hearted brand-new single. Her debut for Sub Pop, you can download the track both from their MegaMart or from Bandcamp now. Via Brooklyn Vegan.

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Heather Bond: “Ich Weiss Nicht”

Wiry, funk-fueled rhythms snap and melodies levitate as a promising, mysterious night falls. “Ich Weiss Nicht” is the phosphorescent brand-new single from Nashville’s Heather Bond, one taken from her forthcoming next LP. You can however download this track and more of her music right now from her Bandcamp page.

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Vallens: “If I Don’t”

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Vallens is the musical collective founded by Toronto’s Robyn Phillips, and “If I Don’t” is their purple-dark and moonlight-kissed new single. In Era, their new LP, will be released by Hand Drawn Dracula on March 19th, and you can pre-order silver-vinyl and digital versions of it now from Bandcamp.

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Francis of Delirium: “Let It All Go”

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Wading is the title of the forthcoming, four-track EP from Luxembourg’s Jana Bahrich and her band Francis of Delirium, and its just-unleashed “Let It All Go” is a thumping, serrated and supercharged slab of creative intent. Out through the courtesy of Dalliance Recordings, you can download this track and pre-order the whole EP from Bandcamp now.

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burr oak: “trying”

“Trying” is pastoral honesty that buzzes with a quiet insistence and the first track that Chicago’s burr oak have shared from the forthcoming debut LP Late Bloomer. The solo project of Chicago’s Savanna Dickhut, you can find more of her music on Bandcamp as you await the album’s release.

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Russian Baths: “Responder (Night)”

Brooklyn, New York’s Russian Baths have re-envisioned “Responder” — the lead track on their debut LP Deepfake — as “Responder (Night)”, a midnight swim beneath warm, crystal waters and their silvery, sweeping new single. Out courtesy of Good Eye Records, you can download the track from their Bandcamp page now.

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Palehound: “How Long”

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Palehound is the solo-musical project of Connecticut’s Ellen Kempner, and “How Long” is her misty, folk-infused and lyrical new single. Out today courtesy of Polyvinyl, you can find assorted streaming and download links for this track right here.

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Pixey: “Electric Dream”

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Silky and serene, “Electric Dream” is the sweet and stylish brand-new single from Liverpool’s Pixey, and you can find streaming and download links for this confection right here. Her Free To Live In Colour EP will be released by Chess Club Records on March 24th. Via DIY.