Katie Von Schleicher's album S***** Hits comes out July 28.
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July 17, 2017 The hazy pop song is from the New York songwriter's upcoming album S***** Hits. She defines the title as "good-time songs you can have a bad night with, driving alone."
SOAR's new album, dark / gold, comes out August 25.
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July 11, 2017 The Bay Area band features members of Joyride, Watercolor Paintings, Void Boys and Dreamspoiler, and combines the best elements of each of them for maximum, collaborative joy.
A still from Hatchie's "Try" video.
June 14, 2017 "Try" is the first single by Harriette Pilbeam's solo project. A shimmering shoegaze debut, its video depicts the Australian musician's hometown — fireworks and all.
Big Dipper, in the video for his song "LaCroix Boi." Summer is here.
June 1, 2017 Big Dipper's "LaCroix Boi" is a smooth R&B jam about seduction by way of sparkling water.
Land of Talk's Elizabeth Powell.
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May 19, 2017 Before Elizabeth Powell of the indie rock band Land Of Talk could make the band's third album, Life After Youth, she had to deal with family illness, losing her voice and a crisis of confidence.
Yowler is the solo project of Maryn Jones.
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May 17, 2017 The solo recordings of Maryn Jones, a member of All Dogs and Saintseneca, will be reissued on vinyl this June.
Soccer Mommy's Collection comes out August 4.
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May 16, 2017 Sophie Allison graduates from lo-fi pop to something far more self-assured, but Soccer Mommy's stuck-in-your-head melodies remain.
PWR BTTM's latest album, Pageant will be released May 12.
May 4, 2017 Pageant is a soundtrack for outsiders on the way to loving themselves — queer and complicated as that process may be.
Palm's new EP, Shadow Expert, comes out June 16.
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April 25, 2017 Experimental but precise, curious but composed, Palm's new song feels put together like a Jackson Pollock jigsaw puzzle.
Gabrielle Smith is the songwriter behind Ó — the band formerly known as Eskimeaux.
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April 19, 2017 "I have no interest in upsetting people before they even get to the point of interfacing with my art," Gabrielle Smith says.
Cende's new album, #1 Hit Single, comes out May 26.
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April 18, 2017 The tightly-wound single from the Brooklyn supergroup, featuring members of Porches and LVL UP, never stays in one place too long.
Nashville's Daddy Issues make stormy, grungey pop.
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April 5, 2017 On "I'm Not," Daddy Issues deals with a deep personal trauma through a languid take on pop, rock and punk.
Den-Mate's new EP, Entropii, comes out April 14.
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April 4, 2017 D.C. producer and songwriter Jules Hale zeroes in on the darker, denser side of her sound with a dream-pop salve for women, who she says "deserve to swim in euphoria for a bit."
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