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Guerilla Toss: “Cannibal Capital”

A skittering, serrated confrontation, “Cannibal Capital” burns with a relentless creative energy, and it’s the hard-hitting, tuneful brand-new single from New York City’s Guerilla Toss. The track is taken from their forthcoming LP Famously Alive, which they’ll release on March 25th. You can pre-order colored-vinyl, cassette, CD and digital versions of it either from Sub Pop or from Bandcamp today.

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Katie Tupper: “Danny”

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Its truths a pulsing ripple on warm and crystalline waters, “Danny” is the honeyed, honed and honest brand-new single from Saskatoon, Canada’s Katie Tupper. You can find streaming and download links for it right here, and her debut EP Towards the End is out from February 18th.

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Laura Etchegoyhen: “essai n° 3”

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Its natural rhythms captured with spontaneous, organic invention in Niort, France, the three-part “essai no. 3” is the softly-scintillating latest composition from Basque musician Laura Etchegoyhen. For now only the video performance is available, but you can find her previous releases on Apple Music. Via Les inRocks.

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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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Tasha: “Bed Song 1”

An artful, aching and idyllic escape, “Bed Song 1” is a serene consolation and the angelic brand-new single from Chicago’s Tasha. Tell Me What You Miss The Most — her next and second LP — was released digitally released by Father/Daughter Records last month, but physical editions arrive tomorrow, December 3rd. You can buy milky-clear-vinyl, smoky-cassette and CD versions either from the label or from Bandcamp.

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Saint Etienne: “Her Winter Coat”

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Sweet, solemn and stirring, “Her Winter Coat” moves with elegance in eloquent reminiscences, and its Godard-esque video — one directed again by Alasdair McLellan — billows in Hebridean breezes. It’s the beautiful, just-released and seasonal new single from Saint Etienne, it’s out from December 10th, and you can pre-order 7″-green or red flexidisc as well as CD versions of it from their webstore.

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Dahl Haus: “Dreamscape”

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Its melodies winged and woozy, its terrain textured and rolling, “Dreamscape” is sumptuously-styled psychedelia and the hallucinatory new single from New York City’s Dahl Haus. You can find streaming options for this by visiting the band’s website, and you can find out still more from this link.

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VERO: “BEG!”

Lithe and limber, “BEG!” is the gritty, tuneful latest gem from Stockholm Sweden’s VERO. Their BEG! b/w Concrete single will be released on marbled-7″ vinyl by PNKSLM Recordings on January 14th. You can order your copy both from them and from Bandcamp, while a debut full length arrives in the Spring.

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Naima Bock: “30 Degrees”

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Originally from São Paulo, Naima Bock now lives in London, and “30 Degrees” is her cosmopolitan, pleasingly-paced and colorfully-cadenced new and debut single. Out through Sub Pop, you can find links for this right here. On December 7th she releases the 30 Degrees w/ Berimbau single, and you can pre-order that either from the MegaMart or from Bandcamp. Meanwhile, she’ll release a full-length album next year. Via TLOBF.

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Hazel English: “Nine Stories”

Propelled by a picturesque jangle and florid with charm, “Nine Stories” beams charisma in a pastel palette, and it’s the irresistible latest single from Oakland’s Hazel English — long an Autumn Roses favorite. You’ll find all the links you need to hear it right here.