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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
 

Holly Waxwing - Vibe

Posted by 6 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
Birmingham, Alabama-based producer Garrett Crosby (aka Holly Waxwing) previews his new EP for Cascine, sharing a track Stereogum says, "belongs in a nonexistent video game, meant to soundtrack adventurous jumps over a candy-coated sky."
 

J Fernandez - Between The Channels

Posted by 12 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
Dubbed "Chicago's next big songwriter" by Consequence of Sound, J Fernandez releases single number two from his debut full length, which "filters late-’60s psychedelic and pop sounds through a keen sense of modern grooves."
 

Bicep - Celeste

Posted by 6 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
Another one for your summer playlist, LaGaSta says of the latest winner from London duo Bicep: "With its gentle piano stabs, rolling tribal percussion and breezy vocal samples, this mellow Balearic track is something special." It's on their new 3-track EP out this week.
 

Made In Heights - Pop It In 2

Posted by 11 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
No strangers to Hype Machine's Popular charts, this West Coast electro-pop duo has been racking up hearts by the thousands over the past year. Their debut album is out this week, ushered in by yet another addictive track.
 

Pender Street Steppers - The Glass City

Posted by 4 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
The rise of Vancouver duo Pender Street Steppers is synonymous with the rise of their hometown collective Mood Hut, an imprint Dummy calls "the go-to label for good vibes and hazy house." Their latest is this 9-minute lounge-house groove.
Two album premieres this week, both debut LPs: Portraits from Maribou State, and Pathology by Trails and Ways.

As for interesting reads, try this one on the year of the internet hangover.

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