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Nov 17, 2017

RVG - A Quality of Mercy

On their keenly-written debut album, Melbourne band RVG (Romy Vager Group) "capture and challenge what it means to be alive in 2017," says Bandcamp Daily, and channel the post-punk of Echo and The Bunnymen and The Go-Betweens.

Pomona Dream - Easy Raider

Swedish duo Pomona Dream make vibrant, spacious music which, per Loudersoft, "embraces the beaming aesthetics of Milestone jazz fusion and a nascent Flora Purim while evoking a mood and style that hearkens back to 1970’s-era soul music."

KinKai - Party Pooper (prod. by glue70)

A self-proclaimed "tailor-made misfit," Manchester-based MC KinKai plays the role of a wallflower on this smooth, observant new cut. The MC is known for his melodic delivery and experimental use of texture—here courtesy of UK producer glue70.

Major Murphy - Mary

"Radiating a cozy, laid-back ’70s AM gold vibe," says Gorilla vs. Bear, Grand Rapids trio Major Murphy sing of innocence and change on their new single with fledgling label Winspear (Amy O, CARE). "A promising glimpse of what’s to come."
A treasure trove for over a decade in our index, Awesome Tapes From Africa just reissued South African house producer Professor Rhythm’s previously cassette-exclusive Bafana Bafana, a kwaito classic from 1995.

The She's - Ashes

all female rock and roll quartet, the new LP from San Francisco band The She's.

No Vacation - Yam Yam

Intermission, the new EP from San Francisco indie/dream-pop outfit No Vacation.

Tygapaw - Who I Am feat. Abdu Ali

Love Thyself, the debut EP from NYC producer Tygapaw.
With her EP streaming on Hype Machine this week, here's Typapaw's recent Mixmag mix spanning all-time favorites like Mariah Carey and her own "Future Slo Jamz​."

Pitchfork on the unlikely resurgence of rap rock, published just days before Lil Peep's passing.

"Ten years after its final death-throe twitches, the most popular rapper in the world picked up a guitar."

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