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New Music 2024

Why Bonnie – Fake Out

Why Bonnie, led by Blair Howerton, teases *Wish On The Bone* with “Fake Out,” a track exploring authenticity within their hazy folk-rock framework. The album, co-produced with Jonathan Schenke, drops August 30 via Fire Talk. This marks a bold new chapter for Why Bonnie since their debut....

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Font – Natalie’s Song

Austin’s Font releases "Natalie’s Song," a tension-filled track from their debut album "Strange Burden," out July 12 via Acrophase Records. This dance-punk single features jangly guitars, driving beats, and a unique lyric video crafted by the band. ...

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Joan As Police Woman – Long For Ruin

Joan As Police Woman releases "Long For Ruin" from her upcoming album "Lemons, Limes & Orchids," out September 20 via Play It Again Sam. The album features Meshell Ndegeocello, Chris Bruce, Daniel Mintseris, Parker Kindred, and Otto Hauser, recorded live with Joan's vocals at the forefront. ...

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Hayden Thorpe – They

Hayden Thorpe releases "They," the lead single from his upcoming album Ness, inspired by Robert Macfarlane’s book. Blending nostalgic soundscapes with skittering electronics, "They" sets the tone for the album, out September 27 via Domino Recording Co. ...

Hayden Thorpe releases "They,"...

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Tom Misch – Cinnamon Curls

Tom Misch once again captivates with his latest single, "Cinnamon Curls," released via AWAL. This groove-laden track, rich with warm vibes, marks the second in a series of singles Misch plans to share this fall, following "Insecure" last month. "Cinnamon Curls" was co-written with Grammy award-winning songwriter and producer Jimmy Napes, known for his collaborations with Sam Smith and Disclosure. The track also features contributions from Nate Mercereau, a multi-instrumentalist and producer who recently worked on André 3000's acclaimed instrumental album, adding an extra layer of sophistication and depth. The song showcases the vocals of Carmody, a frequent collaborator of Misch, bringing a familiar and cohesive element to the project. The mixing was handled by Neal H Pogue, a renowned engineer with...

Tom Misch once again captivat...

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