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Jan 20, 2016

Nimmo - UnYoung Lone Remix +1 more

London five-piece (and Maya Jane Coles school chums) Nimmo are gaining momentum since signing with Columbia UK last year. Their latest single gets a rave-y remix here from Hype Machine staff favorite Lone.

Tacocat - I Hate the Weekend

Seattle band Tacocat shares this "bubblegum condemnation of the weekend warriors who clot restaurants and bars with their entitlement" (per Impose). It comes ahead of their third LP, produced by Erik Blood (Shabazz Palaces, THEESatisfaction), via Hardly Art.

D.R.A.M. - 1 Year (Produced By Gabe Niles)

The rising hip-hop talent reflects on a game-changing past 12 months in his life (and career) on new single "1 Year". Since recording his first verses in a Virginia shopping mall in 2014, the rule-defying rapper has risen to become one to watch in 2016.

Morly - The Choir +1 remix

Following her debut EP last year on Cascine, Minneapolis songwriter and producer Morly returns with "an otherworldly, almost minimalist hymn," that has Gorilla Vs. Bear and a growing number of outlets singing its praises.

Whitney - No Woman

Since we last heard from Whitney (Stack №62), the ex-Smith Westerns guys have wrapped a debut LP for Secretly Canadian and, this week, deliver a horns/strings-backed lead single BrooklynVegan calls "a lovely, country-tinged number."

Charlie Hilton - Funny Anyway

Palana, the solo debut from Blouse's Charlie Hilton, on Captured Tracks.

Priceonomics on the story of Connie Converse, a missing person turned folk hero.

“In 1955 Connie sang, and Dietsch recorded her. 19 years later she disappeared forever. 30 years after that he played a song of hers on the radio, and someone else heard it and couldn’t get it out of his head..."

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