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Pure Bathing Culture - Pray For Rain

Posted by 26 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
Atop this week's most-blogged chart is Portland duo (and Hype Hotel alumni) Pure Bathing Culture. The first single from a new sophomore LP (out this fall), "adds new oomph to their crystalline transcendental yacht-pop," says Stereogum.

Darius & FKJ - Ô

Darius and FKJ both record for Roche Musique, a Parisian label that trades in smooth house with a French touch. This silky collab is one of several new tracks that will appear on .WAVE, an impressive, roster-spanning compilation from the label due in August.

SPORTS - The Washing Machine

Posted by 7 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
Music blogs were charmed last year by SPORTS' self-released debut, made while still in college. This new track precedes a follow-up album, recorded in Philly with producer Kyle Gilbride (Girlpool, Waxahatchee, etc) and also purported to be their last.

Valet - Clouds Recycle Culture Magellanic Mix

Download: AmazoniTunes
Two Gorilla vs. Bear favorites entwine as Bandcamp artist Recycle Culture ("the most versatile producer in the game™") remixes Valet (who has a lovely LP out on Kranky). "Beautiful, swirling, psychedelic..." GvB could "listen to it on loop forever."

Trouble Knows Me - Trouble Knows Me (prod. by Madlib)

Sam Herring, the Future Islands frontman with an underground hip-hop history, teams with beat konducta Madlib. Okayplayer is impressed: "Truth be told, the kid’s got bars, riding over a supremely funky, vintage-set chop that’ll have you catching all of the vibes."
Radiance and Submission, the new LP from the Montreal producer/composer CFCF.
Wax Poetics talks to DJ Cash Money about his incredibly insane record collection.

"Philly at the time was a mecca. There was such a major music scene, like, old warehouses that no one knew about selling forty thousand records for forty-nine cents a pop."

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