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With just three tracks to date, this Australian-born, Oakland-based songwriter already has blogs charmed. Her latest, says Gorilla Vs. Bear, is a "sepia-toned, autumnal sendoff that will only feel warmer and more bittersweet as the leaves start to change."
Pure fire from experimental producer Co La (aka Matt Papich, formerly of cult Baltimore duo Ecstatic Sunshine, with Dustin Wong), who deconstructs a Beenie Man sample on this frenetic cut from his next LP, coming out on the Software label.

Frankie Cosmos - Sand

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Following last year's breakout (and Marnie The Dog's go-to nap album), Frankie Cosmos readies a new EP with Bayonet Records. At 49 seconds long, its whimsical, NYC-inspired first single is an exercise in pop brevity, and her "strongest to date," thinks Stereogum.

WOKE - The Lavishments of Light Looking

Flying Lotus, Thundercat, and Shabazz Palaces—a roundtable of Afrofuturist icons, as Pitchfork puts it—unveil new project WOKE. Their first track, featuring Parliament-Funkadelic's George Clinton, tops Most Blogged on its way to higher consciousness.

Headaches - Steev

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Brooklyn-via-Canada producer Landon Speers aka Headaches delivers "four minutes of house bliss" (XLR8R) on this release for Human Pitch, the newly-relaunched label repping "warm and personable art that reflects nature in harmony with technology."

Chad Valley - Arms Away

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Entirely New Blue, the long-awaited album from Chad Valley on Cascine Records.

Speaking of Cascine, they recently celebrated 5 years and spoke with The Village Voice about running an independent label:

“Life is weird and wonderful,” she adds, “and we connect closely to the music we release, so a purely metric-based approach doesn’t do that view many favors."

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