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The Deer: “I Wouldn’t Recognize Me”

Organic and mysterious, “I Wouldn’t Recognize Me” is the stormy, plain-spoken and assured new single from Austin’s Grace Rowland and her band The Deer. The forthcoming The Beautiful Undead LP will be released on September 9th on their hometown’s Keeled Scales. You can order clear-vinyl, CD, digital and bundled versions of that either from Bandcamp or from the label’s webstore now.

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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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Karima Walker: “how it falls apart”

On April 1st Tucson, Arizona’s Karima Walker releases her demos collection, and you can preview its oceanic, misty “how it falls apart” above. Out through a collaboration between Keeled Scales and Orindal, you can stream this here, while smoky-grey-cassette and digital versions of the whole thing are available to pre-order from Bandcamp now.

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Moriah Bailey: “So You Say…”

M. Bailey Stephenson — once Sun Riah — now records under the name Moriah Bailey, and “So You Say…” is an enchanting spell cast with a light touch and beaming independence and her sparkling new single. Out through the courtesy of Keeled Scales, you can buy it from Bandcamp or stream it using one of these links.

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Jo Schornikow: “Visions”

Melbourne’s Jo Schornikow has announced the release of ALTAR, her next album, and “Visions” is loose, poetic, contemplative and one of its nine tracks. Out from May 20th care of Austin’s Keeled Scales, you can pre-order milky-clear-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from them now.

(NB: The Autumn Roses will be off for the rest of this week.)

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Renée Reed: “J’ai rêvé”

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Etched in memory but present and vibrant, “J’ai rêvé” is the eternal, elegantly-sung new single from Lafayette, Louisiana’s Renée Reed. This is the title track of the EP she releases on November 2nd care of Keeled Scales, and you can pre-order it either from them or from Bandcamp right now.

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Lunar Vacation: “Shrug”

Gloriously ragged, its nostalgia slack, “Shrug” is a serrated buzz and the magnetic brand-new single from Atlanta’s Lunar Vacation. Out care of Keeled Scales, you can get it from Bandcamp now.

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Renée Reed: “I Saw A Ghost”

Today is the day that Lafayette, Louisiana’s Renée Reed releases her self-titled, debut LP, and from it this is the spectral, spare and silver-lit “I Saw A Ghost”. The album is out courtesy of Keeled Scales, and you can buy digital, vinyl and cassette versions of it either from their webstore or from Bandcamp now.

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Karima Walker: “Waking the Dreaming Body”

Thoughtfully ambling, “Waking the Dreaming Body” is the gently-expressive title track to the forthcoming LP from Tucson’s Karima Walker. Out from February 26th, you can pre-order caliche-clay-colored-vinyl and black-vinyl editions of it from Keeled Scales and CD or cassette versions from her Bandcamp page.

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Katy Kirby: “Portals”

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Alive with a wry humor and poetic, “Portals” is the reflective, compassionate latest single from Texan Katy Kirby. The track is taken from Cool Dry Place, her debut LP. Released on February 19th, you can pre-order smoke-vinyl, black-vinyl, cassette and digital editions of it either from Keeled Scales or Bandcamp now.