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Why Bonnie: “Galveston”

A live-wired homage, “Galveston” is a molten meditation and the sweet-but-sizzling new single from Austin’s Why Bonnie. Out courtesy of Fat Possum Records, you can find streaming links for the track as well as more information about the band right here.

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Marta Del Grandi: “Somebody New”

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Milanese musician Marta Del Grandi has just today released her debut album Until We Fossilize, and its “Somebody New” is a softly-sympathetic, soul-searching and sonorous escape. Out through the courtesy of Fire Records, you can buy CD, vinyl and digital versions of it both from their webstore and from Bandcamp now.

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Lingua Ignota: “Hell”

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Today Chicago’s Kristin Hayter — who records under the name Lingua Ignota — releases an intense spoken word EP entitled Epistolary Grieving For Jimmy Swaggart, and you can preview its “Hell”, a visceral confession, above. It was created for her to process her traumas, and you can download the whole thing now by visiting her Bandcamp page.

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Chastity Belt: “Fear”

Anchored by a beautiful distortion just set to melt, “Fear” is a deluge of churning melody and the imposing, excellent new single from Seattle’s Chastity Belt. This is the B-side to the Fake b/w Fear 7″ they release on December 3rd, and you can pre-order a coke-bottle-green-vinyl version of it either from their webstore or from Bandcamp.

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Cassandra Jenkins: “American Spirits”

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(An Overview on) An Overview on Phenomenal Nature is the name of the next album from New York City’s Cassandra Jenkins, from which she’s just shared the cinematic and fluorescent “American Spirits”. The album — a collection of unreleased tracks from the An Overview on Phenomenal Nature LP she released earlier this year — is out on November 19th. It’s available from Bandcamp on CD and digitally, but you’ll have to wait until April for colored-vinyl editions.

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Crake: “Lamb’s Tail”

Poetic in evenfall, “Lamb’s Tail” is a charcoal-hued carol and the introspective, quietly-intense new single from Leeds, England’s Crake. Out care of London’s Fika Recordings, you can find streaming links for it here, and it’s on Bandcamp as well.

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Zilched: “A Valentine”

A haunting, heavy New Wave-inspire howl, “A Valentine” is the sizzling brand-new single from Detroit’s Chloë Drallos and her band Zilched. Out on Young Heavy Souls, you can find links for it here, and more of her music can be found on her Bandcamp page.

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Buggs: “Flaws”

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Its slackness a warming comfort and its insouciance an enchanting elixir, “Flaws” is the gauzy, relatable and wonderful brand-new single from London’s Buggs. Out care of their hometown’s Sad Club Records, you can buy it from Bandcamp now. Via The Line of Best Fit.

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Carmody: “Replace”

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Emotions slowly, eerily rise as landscapes materialize and expand on “Replace”, the bewitching brand-new single from London’s Carmody. You can find streaming links for it right here. This is the first track she’s shared from Imperfect Constellations, her debut LP, and she’ll be releasing that on June 10th.

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Carson McHone: “Hawks Don’t Share”

Airy and associative, sunny as it surges, “Hawks Don’t Share” is the jangling, hard-driving and wonderful brand-new single from Austin’s Carson McHone. Out courtesy of the mighty Merge Records, you can find it now on Bandcamp.