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Stream Doug Tuttle’s It Calls On Me In Full

Psych-pop hooks that hang around the heart like fog around a mountain.

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Stream Michael Nau’s Mowing in full

Discussing a new life for the Cotton Jones co-founder.

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Stream Gazebos’ Die Alone in full

Creativity is infinite.

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Purling Hiss, “My, My, My”

Everything old is new again.

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Lucaléy, “Truth”

On what is hard and true and real and full of light.

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Tim Woulfe, “Riptide”

Neither asleep nor awake.

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Luxxury, “Hold On” (Crackazat remix)

A contemporary take on the glittery nihilism of late ’70s disco.

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Free Time, “Who Owns the Moon?”

The video for a song based on a film that wasn’t intended to be made.

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Jealousy, “E”

Another bit of hushed menace from San Francisco.

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Jeb Loy Nichols, “Long Time Traveller”

The country dub cowboy king talks diasporic folkways.

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Ghastly City Sleep, “Differences in Electricities”

The underside of the everyday.

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Parkwave, “Frames”

An Italian band makes their US debut.

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Banned Books, “Fuselage”

A pervasive, nervous rattle out of Philadelphia.

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Udüsic, “Nice Try”

Not just a young person’s game.

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Soft Fangs, “The Wilderness”

A lonely feeling that follows.