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Selma French: “Changes Like the Weather in the Mountain”

Photo by Frode Fjerdingstad

Recently Norwegian musician Selma French released her Changes Like the Weather in the Mountain LP, and this is its expansively-imagined, Heaven-sent title track. Out on Grappa, you can order vinyl and CD versions of the album from their webstore, while additional digital links are here.

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Anna Soleil: “It’s You”

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Prismatic poetry, “It’s You” is a lullaby in diffuse, argent light and the lavish new single from Norwegian musician Anna Soleil. You’ll find sundry streaming links for this jewel right here, and the Forever EP from which it’s taken will be out later this year.

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Laveda: “Surprise”

Backlit by seraphic, Gavurin-esque pedal effects, animated by a love for Indie history and welcoming, “Surprise” is the joyous, comforting new single from Laveda — a band from lovely Albany, New York. You can find streaming links for it here, while their next album A Place You Grew Up In is set for release sometime early next year.

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The Orielles: “BEAM/S”

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Bathed in luxurious distortion and afloat on absinthte-flavored melody, “BEAM/S” is the gently-drifting, beautiful new single from Manchester’s The Orielles. Their next LP Tableau will be out from October 7th on the legendary Heavenly Recordings, you can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from Bandcamp, while additional options are here.

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Fazerdaze: “Break!”

Fazerdaze is the solo-musical project of Christchurch, New Zealand’s Amelia Murray, and “Break!” is the sizzling, confident and wonderfully Hatfield-esque title and lead track to her forthcoming new EP. Released on October 14th through section1, you can pre-order vinyl and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page today.

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Magdalena Bay: “All You Do”

Charismatic, breezy and cool, “All You Do” is the swirling, sumptuous latest single from L.A.’s Magdalena Bay. You can find streaming links for it here. Their Mercurial World LP is released on Luminelle Recordings from October 8th, and you can pre-order a dazzling array of physical versions of it from Bandcamp, while additional options are at this link.

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Ribbon Stage: “Stone Heart Blue”

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A plush flash of purpose, pillowy melodies its afterimages, “Stone Heart Blue” is the swoonsome newest single from New York City’s Ribbon Stage. The band’s Hit With the Most LP is released on October 22nd, and you can pre-order vinyl versions of that from either Perennial Death or K Records today.

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Sophie Jamieson: “Sink”

Choosing is the title of the forthcoming LP from London, England’s Sophie Jamieson, from which you can hear the coruscant, diamond-cut “Sink” here. The album arrives on December 2nd through the courtesy of the brilliant Bella Union, and you can pre-order vinyl and CD editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp now.

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MAYA LUCIA: “numb or something”

Sharply-communicated and sardonic, whipsmart and a little wild, “numb or something” is the soaringly-tuneful, independent-minded and strangely-joyous brand-new single from New York City’s MAYA LUCIA. You’ll find streaming links for this right here. Meanwhile, her miss girl world EP is released on August 19th, you can pre-save it now, and it’s on Bandcamp, too.

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Breanna Barbara: “Diamond Light”

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Levitating with vintage cool on a spangled, 60s groove, “Diamond Light” is a dazzling, polychromatic phantasm and the hip-shaking brand-new single from Queens, New York’s Breanna Barbara. This is the lead track on Nothin’ But Time, her next and second LP. Out from October 28th care of Fuzz Club, you can pre-order clear-blue-vinyl editions of it from them now, while the digital version is on Bandcamp.