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Feb 10, 2016

Your Friend - Come Back From It

The dreamy debut from Domino-signed artist Taryn Miller aka Your Friend recieves much acclaim this month. In their review of the album, The Line of Best Fit finds "everything in its right place," praising Miller's use of texture, patience, and "macabre color palette."
The latest chapter in the meteoric rise of Maryland-born, LA-based singer (and 2015 Zeitgeist top tenner) Gallant sees him teaming with Jhene Aiko on an Adrian Younge and Stint-produced number that B3Science is already calling "one of the best of 2016."

Twin River - Antony

The Vancouver garage-pop band emerges from sophomore LP sessions with producer Colin Stewart (New Pornos) to share the A-side of an upcoming 7-inch. Consequence of Sound recalls War On Drugs' jangly reverb on this "road warrior of an indie song."

Tunji Ige - I Just Wanna

The Philly-bred singer/MC continues to be one of the the busiest in the game (last year he showed up on songs with everyone from Rome Fortune to Christine and the Queens) this week delivers what's already his second new track of 2016.

LUH - I & I

After WU LYF's too-soon dissolution in 2012, frontman Ellery James Roberts joined with Ebony Hoorn to form LUH (Lost Under Heaven). New Haxan Cloak-produced single (and powerful video), the duo's first on Mute, finds Roberts shouting to the sky, as ever.

Ulzzang Pistol - PASTEL 女の子 et aliae Remix

Waste, the new album from Manila-based producer Ulzzang Pistol, which shines a light on sounds of the K-Pop underground.

The New Yorker asks if streaming is killing songwriting:

“As the music industry has been slowly and agonizingly stretched across the rack of the digital age, the songwriter’s comfortable spot amid music’s royalty flow has steadily slipped away."

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