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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.

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Death Valley Girls: “It’s All Really Kind of Amazing”

A gently-insistent journey towards an expansive chromatic realization, “It’s All Really Kind of Amazing” is the softly-psychedelic, soulful new single from L.A.’s Death Valley Girls. The standalone track is out care of Suicide Squeeze Records from October 1st.

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Breanna Barbara: “The Way Out”

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Its sparse cool electric, “The Way Out” is the riveting brand-new single from Queens’ Breanna Barbara, and Kibrea Carmichael has both choreographed and danced its moody and mystical new video. You can download the track right now from Bandcamp.

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Holly Macve: “Daddy’s Gone”

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Panoramic and soaked in longing and bourbon, “Daddy’s Gone” is the glamorous, affecting latest single from London’s Holly Macve. You can find streaming links for this right here, while her Not the Girl LP will be released by Bella Union on May 14th.

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Lou Doillon: “Look At Me Now”

Breakneck noir, “Look At Me Now” is the the poised and punchy title track for the new, three-song EP from Lou Doillon. It will be released on December 11th, and you can order a vinyl edition of it right here. Via Les inRocks.