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Kamikaze Nurse: “Come From Wood” and “Never Better”

Just today Vancouver’s Kamikaze Nurse unleashed their melody-drenched, pedal-hopping and quite-excellent new album Stimuloso, and you can preview a couple of its surging, polychromatic songs above. Out courtesy of the legendary Mint Records, you can buy vinyl, CD and digital versions of it both from their webstore and from Bandcamp.

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Horde of Two: “No One Owned Anyone”

Cover by Jean Smith

Bassist and artist Wendy Atkinson and Mecca Normal’s David Lester together are Horde of Two, and “No One Owned Anyone” is a lean, lyrical, Mike Watt-esque adventure and taken from their new, second LP I Knew I Was A Rebel Then. Recorded and mixed by Wendy Atkinson and out through Shrimper Records, you can download it from Bandcamp. Additionally, a 42-page book accompanying the release is on its way care of Bamboo Dart Press.

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Frazey Ford: “U kin B the Sun”

Photo by Lauren D. Zbarsky

Heavy like honey and amber-clear as well, “U kin B the Sun” is a subtle, sunset-colored stir in a reawakening soul and the pristine title track to the latest LP from Vancouver’s Frazey Ford. Out care of Arts & Crafts, you can order vinyl, CD and digital editions of it from their webstore today.

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Ashley Shadow (feat. Bonnie “Prince” Billy): “Don’t Slow Me Down”

Ashley Shadow is a wonderful musician from Vancouver, and “Don’t Slow Me Down” is a wide-angled, Western-sky-lit and classic-sounding duet with Bonnie “Prince” Billy. The towering track is taken from her just-announced and second LP Only The End. That’s out care of Felte on September 24th if you’re buying the CD or digital version and on October 29th if you want the vinyl. You can check out your options on Bandcamp now.