Song : Grouper : “Holding”

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Liz Harris, better known as Grouper, devastates once more in her atmospheric, heart-on-the-sleeve new song “Holding”. The song appears on her amazing new LP, Ruins, out on October 31st via Kranky just in time for those spending Halloween at home alone. The advance of the album can be streamed in its entirety at NPR. You can listen to “Holding” below and the previously revealed “Call Across Rooms” here.

Video : Tourist : “Wait”

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Having already released the very good Patterns EP earlier this year, William Phillips, better known as producer Tourist, recently returned with new song “Wait” and new record deal in tow with Polydor. The song will serve as the lead single to his forthcoming debut album slated for the very near future. The video for the song uses is in black and white utilizing imagery of elements such as water, smoke and light to accentuate the pulsating beats of the song along with balancing the “intricate and delicate” and “intense and beefy” production. Watch below.

Song : Furns : “Swim Away”

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Copenhagen’s Furns has been a project we have been aware of for quite some time, but we have found ourself digging into a lot more as of late. The pair of Monika Faludi & Mathias Dahl Andreasen make some pretty delectable pop that is of the easy listening variety. Serene production with ethereal vocals provide something you can drift away and reflect to. Today, they have released their self-titled debut long-play (found here) for consumption. To go along with the release, they have a stream of new song “Swim Away”. Listen to it below along with a couple of additional song from the album.

Song : Misun : “Superstitions”

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We have been telling you to look out for LA-based Misun for a while now. After what has been too long of a wait, they have announced the debut album Superstitions slated for November 11th. To go along with the announcement, they have offered up the title track, which might be there most accessible to date. From the first beat, the song hits you with a kaleidoscope of synths and vocal hooks by frontwoman Misun Wojcik. Having had the pleasure of seeing them live, you can easily see that she has the it factor to take this band far. Stream below.

Panda Bear Reveals New Album Details & EP, Shares New Song/Video for “Mr Noah”

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Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, has revealed all the of the details for his new LP, Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper, scheduled to drop on January 13th (pre-order it here). In addition, to keep people calm in the meantime, he has surprised everyone with the Mr Noah EP and a video for the the album’s first single and EP title track. The EP will also include three non-album b-sides and can be downloaded here. Listen to and watch the video for “Mr Noah” below and check out some pretty creepy and mesmerizing visuals (screenshot below) by Danny Perez here.

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see tracklist for the EP and LP… (more…)

Song : Korallreven : “Limitless”

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Following the songs “Death Is Not For Us” and “Spirit Away”, Sweden’s Korallreven share magical new song “Limitless”. It appears on their forthcoming new LP, Second Comin’, set to release on November 4th via Cascine. The weightless feelings it invokes bring sensations of flying over the most serene and awe-inspiring landscapes taking you all the way to Neverland and the most innocent times of your youth. The song might be our favorite from album. Stream below.

Song : Ghost Loft : “Be Easy”

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Danny Choi, aka Ghost Loft, was the creator of one of our favorite tracks last year with “So High”. The elusive producer is back after a break letting us know that not everything is a big deal and, sometimes, you just need to “Be Easy”. The song has that shadowy feel to like his previous songs, but hits with a little more urgency. Hopefully, this signals a proper EP or LP from him in the coming months. You can watch the video or stream the song by itself below.