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Aug 12, 2015

Rosie Lowe - Worry Bout Us (Prod. By Machinedrum)

London up-and-comer Lowe, at work on her imminent debut LP for a while now, offers this new collab with Machinedrum (whose explorations into juke, footwork, bass and house in recent years has made him one of our favorite producers) to hold us at bay.

Martin Courtney - Vestiges

Following in the footsteps of his Real Estate bandmates, Courtney is chipping away at his own solo material (with help from Jarvis Tavenier of Woods) in between tours. This first song is a free download on SoundCloud, with a full album said to be on the way.

Potty Mouth - Cherry Picking

The buzzy pop-punk upstarts from Western Mass are now a trio. But a new EP, recorded with John Goodmanson (Bikini Kill, Sleater-Kinney) and their first release since 2013, makes more with less: "Their songs are bigger-sounding than ever," says The FADER.

Long Beard - Porch

New Jersey-based artist Leslie Bear shares the first sounds of Sleepwalker, her debut LP, landing on Stereogum, Turntable Kitchen, and Impose. The latter likens her songwriting to "the sincere spirit of Cat Power and the emotional import of Mitski."

Petite Noir - Down

We just launched our mid-year Ones To Watch feature, which uses Zeitgeist data to pinpoint newly-emerging artists. Cape Town-raised, Domino-signed singer and producer Petite Noir makes the list, and you can explore the rest here.

Shadow Mountain, the new LP from Sydney-based electronic artist Marco Vella.


Kill Screen talks about the quiet importance of the Minecraft soundtrack.

"The music in the game takes a backseat and primarily works to enhance experience. Daniel Rosenfeld knows this, and like Brian Eno before him, he has a handle on the kinds of experience that he wants to enable: lonely ones."

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