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Stack delivers a mix of the most interesting new music on the web, handpicked by the Hype Machine team. A custom compilation of the week, from our hearts to your inbox. PLAY ALL TRACKS

Roland Tings - Higher Ground (feat. Nylo)

Here's a bubbly new cut from Melbourne dance producer Roland Tings with Chicago's Nylo. Following releases on 100% Silk and Prins Thomas' Internasjonal, Tings joins Cascine for his next EP, and tours this spring in support of Com Truise & Clark.

Steve Lacy - Dark Red

Three members of California soul collective The Internet have solo projects out this year. The latest comes from their guitarist. His collection, Steve Lacy's Demo, is due this Friday, preceded by this "alt-rock earworm" of a single (The Fader).
Austin's Julia Lucille writes "ethereal dream-folk songs every bit as disarming and lovely" as the influences she cites to Gorilla Vs. Bear (Sibylle Baier, Alela Diane). Her new LP, recorded at the home studio of Dripping Springs duo Cross Record, is out in April.

Kaiydo - Jumpin (Prod By Josh December)

Pigeons & Planes have been shining a light on artists through their No Ceilings shows in New York, London, and Austin. Now they're taking the concept on the road, and among those touring is positive-vibes Florida rapper Kaiydo, whose debut mixtape is on the way.

Clark - Peak Magnetic

The veteran British producer just announced his next release with Warp Records titled Death Peak. The lead track marks a brighter and more lively direction, "imbued with the early morning soundscapes heard after a long night out," says THUMP.

magic island - like water

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Like Water, the new LP from Berlin-based electronic pop artist Magic Island.

Tiny Hazard - Sesame

Greyland, the new LP from Brooklyn avant-pop five-piece Tiny Hazard.

Enjoy this "lazy journey from dub, reggae, Japanese oddities to guitar ambience, dreamy downtempo and Italo," courtesy of Mood Hut-affiliated production duo Pender Street Steppers. A recent live set for the podcast run by Ukrainian publication Krossfingers.


Data scientist Charlie Thompson used Spotify and Genius to quantify the most depressing Radiohead song.

"Using valence alone, calculating the saddest song is pretty straightforward - the song with the lowest valence wins. Would that it were so simple."

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