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Jessica Moss: “Is There Room For All Of It”

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Jessica Moss is a violinist from Montréal who has played with Vic Chesnutt, Thee Silver Mt Zion and Black Ox Orkestar among many, many others, and “Is There Room For All Of It” is her mystical newest single. Out through the Constellation subscription service, you can sign up for it through Bandcamp, and you can find her other recordings there, too.

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Lucky Lo: “Sunrise/Sunset”

Flourishing with well-tended reflections, “Sunrise/Sunset” is the generously-glimmering new single from Umeå, Sweden’s Lo Ersare, a.k.a. Lucky Lo. Out care of the always-innovative Tambourhinoceros, you can find streaming and download information for it right here, and her previous releases are available from Bandcamp.

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illuminati hotties: “Threatening Each Other Re: Capitalism”

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Gentle melancholy painted with kind humor and gentle compassion, “Threatening Each Other Re: Capitalism” is the intelligent, lyrical brand-new single from L.A.’s Sarah Tudzin and her project illuminati hotties. The Let Me Do One More LP will be released by Hopeless Records on October 1st, and you can find pre-ordering links for that right here.

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Julia Shapiro: “Death (XIII)”

Heavy — like dove grey or stormy skies or what comes next — “Death (XIII)” is the reverberating, rumbling new single from Seattle, Washington’s Julia Shapiro. Her new LP Zorked will be released by Suicide Squeeze on October 15th, and you can pre-order colored-vinyl, CD, cassette and digital versions of it both from them and from Bandcamp today.

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Shaylee: “Ophelia”

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Mod-inspired melodies burst, soar and crackle across paisley-printed skies on “Ophelia”, the elegantly-chromatic brand-new single from Portland’s Elle Archer, a.k.a. Shaylee. It’s out now through Kill Rock Stars, you can find streaming links for it here, and it’s on Bandcamp too.

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Plum Green: “People of the Snow”

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Next week Melbourne’s Plum Green unveils her Somnambulistic LP, and its “People of the Snow” is a subconscious lunar expanse as surreal dreams coalesce. Out courtesy of Philadelphia’s Nefarious Industries, you can pre-order vinyl, bundled and digital editions of it from Bandcamp.

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Claire Cronin: “Bloodless”

Bloodless is the name of the forthcoming LP from L.A.’s Claire Cronin, and above you can hear its gritty, ghost-shadowed and deftly-finger-picked title track. Out on Orindal from November 12th, you can pre-order smoke-vinyl, black-vinyl and digital versions of it now from their webstore.

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Tasha: “Perfect Wife”

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Organic open-hearted, “Perfect Wife” is a gull on the breeze and the warm brand-new single from Chicago-based poet and musician Tasha. On November 5th she releases the digital version of her Tell Me What You Miss The Most LP through Father/Daughter Records, with physical formats following on December 3rd. You can find pre-ordering information for all of this on Bandcamp.

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Monikaze: “Jump A Lie”

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Monika Zenkeviciute, a.k.a. Monikaze, is a musician and producer from Lithuania, and “Jump A Lie” is her molten, magnetic and always-personable brand-new single. It’s out now courtesy of Moshi Moshi, and her new Waste of Space EP is on its way as well. Via Dummy.

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Griff: “One Night”

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Its relatable lonesomeness resolved with a salve of youthful joy, “One Night” is the subtly-triumphant latest single from Hertfordshire, England’s Griff. You can find assorted streaming links for this one right here.