Song : SBTRKT : “The Light” (ft. Denai Moore)

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After starting off the week with a reveal of “Look Away” featuring Caroline Polachek of Chairlift and her solo project Romana Lisa, SBTRKT has finished off the work week with song “The Light” featuring London’s Denai Moore, who will be heading on tour with him. It is another solid cut from his new LP, Wonder Where We Land, out October 7th via Young Turks. Stream it below.

Song : Allegories : “Funny Way of Loving You”

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Get ready to hear the latest artist or artists going mysterious, Allegories. There is nothing out their on the project other than some masked photos on their facebook page and a location of “Aknee Wear”. What we do have is a stream and video for lush song “Funny Way of Loving You”. While he and his band U2 are not the most popular people on the planet at the moment, there is a certain epic quality about the song where the vocals and sounds elevate in a very Bono way. It is an amazing introduction that has us wondering if this is some new kids on the block or a more established artist. Stream and watch below.

Song : Lydia Ainsworth : “Hologram”

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“Hologram”, the latest song from Lydia Ainsworth could not have come out at a better time of the year. The mood of the track reflects shorter days of light and the darker tones that come along with autumn and the falling leaves. Her vocals slither over the ominous instrumentation bewitching the listener with every note. Having three songs to work with to date, her debut album, Right From Real, is geared to be a must listen. It is out on September 30th via Arbutus. Find the song below.

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Song : Milosh : “Right Never Comes”

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After releasing his album Jetlag late last year, Rhye member Milosh has revealed an absolutely stunning new song “Right Never Comes”. It really doesn’t get better than this. From start to finish, the pillowy words and music flow through your body unobstructed. Rhye apparently plan to debut on tour this fall, so maybe this is a new Rhye track and not Milosh? Float away below.

Rhye On Tour:
10-03 Austin, TX – Paramount Theatre
10-23 Minneapolis, MN – Pantages Theatre
10-24 Milwaukee, WI – Pabst Theater
10-25 Chicago, IL – Vic Theatre
11-06 San Diego, CA – North Park Theatre
11-07 Los Angeles, CA – The Cathedral Sanctuary at Immanuel Presbyterian
11-09 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
11-21 Chapultepec, Mexico – Lunario del Auditorio Nacional Paseo de la Reforma
11-22 Guadalajara, Mexico – Teatro Estudio Cavaret

Song : Flying Lotus : “Coronus, The Terminator”

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Following the excellent jazz-infused “Never Catch Me” featuring Kendrick Lamar, Flying Lotus is sharing another track from new forthcoming LP titled “Coronus, The Terminator”. The song is a hazy, psych cut that almost feels more like an interlude than anything. Regardless, his new album, You’re Dead, might end up being his best and most ambitious work yet. Look for it on October 7th via Warp. Listen below.

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Song : Korallreven : “Death Is Not For Us”

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Stockholm’s Korallreven have returned with new song “Death Is Not For Us”, the first reveal from their new LP, Second Comin’, set for release on November 4th via the impeccable Cascine. The new album was created “around themes of beginning anew and rising again” with the album art courtesy of NUG. As for the song, it centers around “awakening, revitalization, and restoration”. Refresh your day with the stream below.

Song : Weyes Blood : “Some Winters”

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Former Jackie-O-Motherfucker member and back up singer for Ariel Pink, Natalie Merins is focusing in our her own project Weyes Blood. On October 21st, she will be releasing The Innocents LP via Mexican Summer. Her sound can only be described as highly-emotional, avant-garde ethereal folk. After streaming “Hang On”, she gleaming “Hang On”, she has changed it up a bit with the dignified piano-driven “Some Winters” that has a very distinct spectral quality throughout. Stream below.

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