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Boris: “Drowning by Numbers”

W is the name of the next LP from heavy-drone-noise legends Boris, and from it above you can now hear its mechanized, mesmeric and mammoth “Drowning By Numbers”. Released by Sacred Bones on January 21st, you can pre-order blue-and-white-starburst-vinyl, sea-blue-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and cassette editions of it from them now, and it’s on Bandcamp, too.

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Eve Adams: “Metal Bird”

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Eve Adams is a musician and poet from Los Angeles, and she’s just with a dark elegance revealed “Metal Bird”, the dramatic, temoloing and hypnotic title track to her forthcoming LP. Out from January 14th, you can pre-order CD, vinyl and digital editions of that from Bandcamp right now, and you can follow this link to learn more about her.

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Hayley Mary: “Fall In Love”

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Once the lead singer of Sydney’s The Jezabels, Haley Mary has just shared a new solo EP entitled Fall In Love, and you can hear its melody-sugared, sincere and streamlined title track above. Streaming links and more information about her and her philanthropic outreach can be found at this link.

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Little Boots: “Landline”

The new video is filmed with a gauzy retro-cool and effortless humor in Margate by Sam Taylor-Edwards, the track remains a sleek and self-possessed joy. “Landline” is the beaming latest single from Little Boots, and you can find an assortment of streaming links for it here.

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Neon Ion: “4 Leaf Clover”

Oslo, Norway’s Natalie Sandtorv, a.k.a. Neon Ion, has made known with a smoldering, Bristol-beat-pulsed and velveteen mystery “4 Leaf Clover”, her impeccably-orchestrated, slyly-assured latest single. Out through the courtesy of Jazzland Recordings, you can find streaming links for this right here, and it’s also on Bandcamp. Additionally, a new album from her is set to arrive sometime next year.

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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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Oceanator: “Too Late”

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Smoldering ska that bounds with purpose and joy, “Too Late” is the scintillating new single from Oceanator, the musical project of New York City’s Elise Okusami. Just released, you can download this from Bandcamp, while tour dates, live sessions and more can be found at this link.

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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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Kandle: “Cathedral”

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Kandle Osborne, or more simply Kandle, has announced the release of Inferno — a visual album to accompany her most-recent and arresting LP Set The Fire. You can preview the project by losing yourself in the chilling, cathartic new clip for its “Cathedral” above. It premieres in its entirety this Monday, November 29th.

Additionally Ms. Osborne has announced a partnership with Canadian nonprofit Plan International, whose goal it is to promote equality for girls by improving body confidence and self-esteem. You can find out more here, and during the premiere of Inferno Kandle will be taking donations for this initiative. She’s even designed a t-shirt for the occasion whose proceeds will be donated to Plan, and you’ll be able to buy that at her Bandcamp page.