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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

Alice Cohen - Backwards

Posted by 3 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
The outsider pop veteran shares the first single from her next album on Olde English Spelling Bee. Over "a fancy groove and glam disco haze," says Sound Injections, Cohen delivers with the "energy of a newcomer," even after four decades as an artist.

Toro y Moi - Real Love feat. Kool AD

Posted by 5 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunesLegitmix
Chaz drops a surprise 20-track mixtape via his Instagram featuring Rome Fortune, Nosaj Thing and Kool AD. Says Passion of the Weiss: "The vibe is spacey and out there, genre-jumping from backpacker hip-hop to tripped out beats, with multiple stops in between."

Car Seat Headrest - Something Soon

Fans of Seattle-via-Virginia songwriter Will Toledo (aka Car Seat Headrest) may recognize this song (now climbing our video chart) from his DIY Bandcamp days. He's just re-recorded selections from his 11 self-releases for a proper debut LP on Matador.

LASTLINGS - Wavelength

Posted by 4 blogs • Download: Amazon
Hailing from the surfer's paradise of Australia's Gold Coast, Lastling's sound is well-suited to a beach sunset. Blogs are picking up on the brother-sister duo thanks in part to fellow Aussie GOVS, who handles production on their "ethereal pop lullaby" (PMW).

Max Wonders - Days Go By (Prod. Tommy L'aviatore)

Posted by 2 blogs • Download: Amazon
Just named one of Pigeons & Planes' 20 Under 20: Teenage Rappers to Watch, the 19 year old Chicago MC drops two new tracks. This one finds him "already nostalgic for the lost innocence of youth while feeling the pressures of adulthood," notes P&P.
Yume, the latest collection of dreamy, ambient music from Helios, the long-running moniker of prolific composer Keith Kenniff.
Esquire asks if audiophiles are hearing something we're not.

"What sets an otherwise normal man off on a path that leads them to commission a handmade 300lb door filled with sand or rewire their house, in pursuit of sound quality?"

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- Dave, Dev & Team Hype Machine


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