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Hello Lightfoot: “Twenty-Seven”

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Bathed gently in canary-yellow florescence and humming with adventure, “Twenty-Seven” is the feather-boa-wrapped, honey-sweet brand-new and debut single from Jessica Louise Dye’s Hello Lightfoot. Out courtesy of Lean-To Records, you can find streaming links for it here, where you can find out more about her and her other musical projects as well. Meanwhile a debut EP from them will be arriving sometime next year.

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BAYLI: “16”

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Sincere futurism built on chrome-bright honesty, “16” is the precise, gleaming and confessional brand-new single from New York City-based musician and producer BAYLI. You can find streaming links for it here, and her debut EP stories from new york is on its way, too. Via The Fader.

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NOGA: “Any Kind of Dream”

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New York City’s Noga Shefi, a.k.a. NOGA, has opened gently the fluttering curtain on “Any Kind of Dream”, a mellow comfort and her finely-drawn new single. You can find streaming and download links for it here, and her The Alchemist EP is released on July 30th.

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Annie Hart: “Sun in the Dark”

A winsome whirl of lunar wind, “Sun in the Dark” is softly-tidal and taken from Everything Pale Blue, the first recording of ambient music from New York City’s Annie Hart. Out from May 7th, you can pre-order clear-cassette and digital editions of it either from Orindal Records or Bandcamp now.

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Hannah Jadagu: “Think Too Much”

Hannah Jadagu is a New York City-based musician and producer originally from Mesquite, Texas, and “Think Too Much” is her invitingly-vernal and open-hearted brand-new single. Her debut for Sub Pop, you can download the track both from their MegaMart or from Bandcamp now. Via Brooklyn Vegan.