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Jun 30, 2017

Mal Devisa - You are my Sunshine

2016 was a breakout year for songwriter Deja Carr aka Mal Devisa, but in 2017 she was sidelined by illness (her mom set up a GoFundMe). This track is her warm, triumphant return, celebrating her mother and her own resilience.

Alex Cameron - Candy May

Following the Secretly Canadian reissue of his cult favorite 2013 debut, Australia's Alex Cameron (of Seekae) announces his next full-length by way of music video — a Springsteen in Vegas vibe, with backing vocals from label/tourmate Angel Olsen.
To accompany the vinyl pressing of their first two tapes, Big Hush have shared a shimmering new single. NPR notes its hall of mirrors effect created by "hushed vocals from all four members, cooing over a messy, punk-sick shoegaze."

Caroline Says - Winter Is Cold

The atmospheric folk music of Austin's Caroline Sallee first caught a few ears in 2014. Now some of that material, including this observant ode to the open road, has made its way to her debut physical release courtesy of Western Vinyl.

Adesse Versions - Bumpin NYC

Kevin Gorman (aka Adesse Versions) is a mainstay in the dance community and a certified Stack favorite (№40 & №126). Here the UK producer brings some heat to Razor-N-Tape, a disco-infused nod to summer in the label's hometown.

Au.Ra - Set The Scene

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Cultivations, the new LP from Sydney/UK psych-rock duo Au.Ra.

Great Grandpa - Teen Challenge

Plastic Cough, the debut LP from Seattle alt-pop band Great Grandpa.
To support his latest Balearic release on International Feel Recordings, California producer Scott Gilmore made a mix for the Métron series. Prepare to drfit through "the cinematic worlds of 1980s Japanese synth-pop, to sauntering Noughties electronica, into blissful Ethio-jazz, Dutch gypsy-Jazz and '70s Canadian ambient."

After the recent passing of rap legend Prodigy, CityLab pens an elegy for "The Hood."

"What Mobb Deep had sworn allegiance to was not so much the criminal activity of the [projects'] hallways, but rather the security, the community bonds, and the integrity of the people held prostrate under America’s police boots.”

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