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Gordon the Lhasa Apso dwelling in the lush spring glow; photographed by Shelby Pimentel Wilson.

Gordon the Lhasa Apso dwelling in the lush spring glow; photographed by Shelby Pimentel Wilson.

With spring in the air, Week in Pop is here to try and keep you up to date with all the latest buzz brought about with the arrival of the new equinox. With all the hubbub about 737 plane problems, geopolitical standoffs and more stateside civic static; we bring you now all the hype between the headlines with news that Boulevards dropped the epic knock out jam "K.M.O."; Boston's own Halfsour announced their second album Sticky available May 24 and delivered the cool life moment capturing single "Blurred Camera Phone"; Deep Cuts delivered the ethereal beauty of "Thin"; Hatchie delivered the new single and Joe Agius visual for "Stay With Me" off the Double Double Whammy/Heavenly/Ivy League album Keepsake; Dark Tea released their anticipated self-titled album via Fire Talk; Cathedral Bells astonished with the Kayla Smith and Elizabeth Littler goth winter wonderland visual for "Cemetery Surf"; Chicago's own Minor Moon shared the sentimental song cycle of An Opening; Sarah P. delivered the artistic Colette Pomerleau visual for the title track featured off her recent EP Maenads; Tierra Whack delivered the visual for "Unemployed"; Nick Murphy delivered the visual of visions for the mental questions of "Sanity" from the upcoming album Run Fast Sleep Naked available April 26 via Downtown/Future Classic/Opulent; Lil Uzi Vert delivered "Sanguine Paradise" alongside the new cut "That's a Rack"; Newscast announced the new EP titled 5 with a listen to the covert and clandestinely cool single "Undercover"; Crumb announced the album debut Jinx with a look at the Haoyan of America-directed video for "Nina" ft. David Patrick Kelly who famously played Jerry Horne in Twin Peaks; Tadzio shared the emotive tinged instrumental "Cythera" off the BLIGHT. Records release The Sick Room; Sam Fender fired forth "Hypersonic Missiles"; The Mystery Lights mesmerized with "Someone Else is in Control" from the Daptone album Too Much Tension!; Launder delivered the spring season inviting 16mm visual for "Chew" styled by Lindsey Hartman, filmed by Ben Mullen, directed by Robbie Barnett, featuring Staz Lindes and Wyatt Noble; Evan Thomas Way & The Phasers delivered the hymn dedicated to the stretches of the long and winding highways of life with "Long Distance"; Brooklyn DIY star Dina Maccabee delivered the creative alchemy of The Sharpening Machine via Geomancy Records; Alex Bayly delivered the sincere and endearing single "I'll Never Leave You"; *repeat repeat delivered the glimmering and shimmering new spring styled single "Head On" off the Dangerbird Records album Glazed; JR JR dropped the innovative and gentle new single "Dumb Myself Down"; Penelope Isles delivered the cool collage visual for the even cooler cut "Chlorine";

Maryjo Mattea debuted the timely anthem of awakened consciousness and other items of urgency with "A New Normal"; Leem of Earth shared the sky exploding single "Only So Many Ways" off the Velvet Blue Music EP Chapter Two; Vampire Weekend unveiled the new song "Sunflower" ft. Steve Lacy; Big Eyes shared the glamorous visual for "Lucky You" off the album Streets of the Lost; Memory Keepers shared the electric energy of their Faint Ink 7"; Black Mountain announced the album Destroyer arriving May 24 via Jagjaguwar with a listen to the thunderous single "Future Shade"; MUNYA delivered the shimmering title track from the Blue Pine EP; introducing Help who emerged on the scene with the frenzy and fury of "Pennies on the Ground"; Sigrid released the anticipated album debut Sucker Punch; Night School shared the empowering and inspiring single "July" and shared the serene spring style visuals for "Marigold" from the Graveface album Disappear Here; Billie Eilish delivered the video for “you should see me in a crown” from Takashi Murakami off the album When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?; Fake Dad delivered a look at the road rolling visual for the intimate inward glow of "Indigo" from Evan Schwartz, Noah LePage and Katie Paul; Automelodi delivered the epic visual for the smart synth sensations of "Les Métros Disparus" ft. Liz Wendelbo featured off the Holodeck album Mirages au futur verre-brisé; John Paul White delivered the heartland strumming ballad "The Long Way Home" off the album The Hurting Kind; Honeyblood delivered the heavy and hearty rocking lyric video for "Glimmer"; Tim Baker of Hey Rosetta! delivered a listen to the heartfelt single of expressive sincerity with "All Hands" featured off the Arts & Crafts album Forever Overhead; Kedr Livanskiy dropped the new energetic tech-topia rager "Ivan Kupala (New Day)" from the 2MR album Your Need; PUP rocked the world with the singles "Sibling Rivalry" and "Scorpion Hill"; Sun Cycles, aka Jessica Hottman fka The Hottman Sisters, delivered the reflective nostalgia Jon Bass visual for the sentimental synth-scapes of "Kids"; Sky Ferreira returned with much fanfare and shared "Downhill Lullaby"; Kevin Morby delivered the Christopher Good visual for "Nothing Sacred / All Things Wild" from the upcoming album Oh My God available April 26 via Dead Oceans; Maddie Ross delivered the lyrical visual for "Miracle" from the Sentimental Records album Never Have I Ever; Fat White Family presented the absurdist Róisín Murphy the visual for "Tastes Good With the Money" from the Domino album Serfs Up!; Khotin unleashed the Ghostly album Beautiful You; Iceage offered a look at the Mortis Studio and Jo Kamimura visual for "Pain Killer" ft. Sky Ferreira;

AlunaGeorge delivered the NSFW visual from Jason Sondock and Simon Davis for "Cold Blooded Creatures" ft. Bryson Tiller from the Champagne Eyes EP; Baseball Gregg dropped the jam “Young”; Mega Bog is back with the announcement of the new album Dolphine, sharing the lavish "Diary of a Rose"; James World delivered the sound stacking new single "Dominoes"; American Pleasure Club dropped Fucking Bliss via Run For Cover; JD Simo delivered the album Off at 11; Banners dropped "Got It In You"; ALASKALASKA delivered the sensational and suave single and visual for "Bees"; Banx & Ranx delivered the expressive and sweet new single "Speaker" ft. Olivia Holt and ZieZie; Cold Showers shared the chic Chris Slater visual for "Faith" off the Dais release Motionless; Ida Mae delivered the spell-binding Luke Courtenay Smith & Tim Hyland visual for "Chasing Lights" from the album of the same name available June 7 via Thirty Tigers; Psychedelic Porn Crumpets announced the upcoming album And Now For The Whatchamacallit for Marathon Artists with a listen to "Bill's Mandolin"; Chris Orrick delivered the decadent ode to bodega bound opulence with “Liquor Store Hustle”; Merival, aka Toronto-based artist Anna Horvath, shared the acoustic splendor of "I With Mine"; DREAMERS dropped the dream catching machines of "Insomniac" off of LAUNCH FLY LAND; Toebow dropped the morning fantasia of "Bed in Breakfast" off the Imaginator Records album Themes; Dead Horse Beats delivered the wavy daze of "Home Days"; Hembree delivered the earnest and expressive single "Heart" off the Thirty Tigers album House on Fire; Steady Holiday offered a listen to their cover of Weezer's "Holiday"; PUP tour buzz; Phildel delivered the mood maneuvering musical motions of "Glide Dog" off the album Wave Your Flags; Sam Fender delivered the adventurous and epic visual from Vincent Haycock for "Hypersonic Missiles"; Cody Lovaas provided a look at the smooth and stylish visual for "Talk Slow"; push baby delivered the hi-fi weird hype of "mama's house"; Courtney Barnett debuted "Everybody Here Hates You"; J Mascis covered Tom Petty's eternal "Don't Do Me Like That"; Mac Demarco released the lizard man visual for "Nobody" (courtesy of artist Ryon Wu) and announced Here Comes the Boy and the comparison controversy to Mitski's Be the Cowboy took off running; Tame Impala delivered the new track "Patience"; Cardi B controversies; and we remember Nipsey Hussle.

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Dispelling the winter cold spells of our malcontent
Pursuits of arts beyond the deluge of clouds and city lights; press photo courtesy of Week in Pop.

Pursuits of arts beyond the deluge of clouds and city lights; press photo courtesy of Week in Pop.

With the SXSW-mania in full effect, Week in Pop delivers a snapshot of some of the breaking buzz we’re following. With headlines about billionaires gone wild, the confusing and chaotic situations in Venezuela, anticipation of the Mueller report and more—we bring you the top stories you may have missed with news that Atelier Ciseaux label boss Rémi Laffitte launched the new label GÉOGRAPHIE; JPEGMAFIA and HEALTH delivered the new single "I Hate You"; Michael Raintree, aka Oreo Jones, released Through the Depths of Hell I Picked Up the Phone; Whitney Ballen unveiled the Skyler Ford and Daniel Chesney video for "Black Cloud" off Sinking Ship via Father Daughter / Substitute Scene Records; CupcakKe's "Squidward Nose" from Logan Fields; Versing treated us to the arty Gordon De Los Santos visual for the massive and woolly mammoth woven lead single "Tethered" off the hotly anticipated album 10000 arriving May 3 via Hardly Art; Jay Som delivered the new single "Simple"; Dark Tea delivered the DIY escalator escalating Zach Fudge visuals for "Angel of Night" from their Fire Talk album debut; Weyes Blood delivered Natalie Mering's vintage cabin thriller visual for the brilliant power pop single "Everyday" off the Sub Pop album Titanic Rising available April 5; Shouldies shared the art pop, energetic and eccentric video for "Bed" from their debut arriving March 6 via Graveface/NeverNotGoth; KERA shared the bright and brilliant new single "Bright Future Ahead" ft. Devendra Banhart; Brian Sendrowitz of Beat Radio delivered the new expressive and intimate single "Alchemy" from the new EP Everyone I Know, Just Holding On; Nicki Minaj delivered a look at the Mike Ho visual for "Hard White"; Susto delivered the new spirit and sky soaring single "Weather Balloons"; LiveFreeRize presented a look at the Wonderphul filmed visual for the CHVLLY-produced diamond obsessed track "Pinky Ring"; Field Medic shared the endearing single "henna tattoo" and the endearing corresponding visual featured on the Run For Cover Records album fade into the dawn; San Francisco's Micropixie, aka MPX, shared the international and inquisitive audio arts of "The Universal"; buzz for the electric and expressive Thurst album Project Isle Demotion via Too Far Gone Records; Okey Dokey delivered a look at the fancy animated visual for the heartfelt question of heart with "Whose Heart"; San Francisco's The Y Axes delivered the DIY visuals for their origin story song "How We Begin" off the album No Waves; sobhhï delivered a listen and look at the sensual single "facts up" (الحين) of the Black I EP; Bayonne shared the sweet, sincere and serene piano key crafted single "Same" from the album Drastic Measures; Big Tom Callahan delivered the celestial, smooth and emotive debut single "Like Heaven"; Major Moment paid sincere homage to the fallen Chester Benngington via their cover of "Leave Out All the Rest"; Popluxe delivered the luxious pop of their glammed-out and gorgeous LP Lumiere; Earthquake Lights delivered a look at the lovely Minu Park visual for the beautiful light gazing single "Moonlight" from their upcoming album Distress Signals; LEFTI got the dance party rolling with the body moving jam "Every Time" ft. Spencer Ludwig; TEEN delivered a look at the reflective and meditative Charles Billot visual for "Pretend";

C’mon Tigre provided a look at the mesmerizing Sic Est CGI visual for big time single "Behold the Man" featured off the BDC/K7 album Racines; Sharlet Crooks presented a look at the romantic ups and downs that life deals us with the Jon Meyer visual for "Maybe Love"; Chai delivered the cool and sporty visual for "Choose Go!"; Swimming Bell delivered the evocative, introspective and acoustic strummer "Cold Clear Moon" written by Tomo Nakayama; Utkarsh Ambudkar gave us the slick and street smart "Rundown"; Helenor delivered the excavated expressions of intrigue and exquisite illustrations with "Artifact"; Helenor delivered the excavated expressions of intrigue and exquisite illustrations with "Artifact" and the corresponding visual; the iconic Neneh Cherry delivered the mobile phone-centric visual for "Natural Skin Deep"; Planet Giza delivered the single and Walid Jabri visual of endearing truths with "You Wasn't Lyin'"; Glasgow's The Ninth Wave delivered the horror-fashion visual for "Half Pure"; Wand delivered a listen and look at "Scarecrow" from their new Drag City album Laughing Matter; Barrie delivered the shimmering perfect pop of "Clovers" off the Winspear album Happy To Be Here; MNEK delivered the scandalous visual for "Girlfriend"; Charly Bliss dropped the road-tripping Michelle Zauner (of Japanese Breakfast) visual for "Capacity" off the Barsuk album Young Enough; Rosie Tucker appeared on the scene with the rocking single "Habit"; Chromatics delivered the haunted drive of "Red Car"; Cathedral Bells released the anticipated self-titled EP; Only Yours delivered the passionate pop with the Pirates Blend album Overrun; Emilie Kahn (previously of Emilie & Ogden) shared the elaborate synth spectaculars "Will You?" and "Island" from the Secret City album Outro; Catch Prichard delivered a listen to the slow and rustic burning "You're the Worst"; Carlos Vara illustrated the hedonistic successful keys to achieving more self-esteem with the visual for "Confident"; Cimo Fränkel delivered the complications of life after love on the earnest and emotive "Live Without You"; Cecilia Gault delivered the sensations that stretch beyond the pale of sanity on "Lunatic"; NYC's Patio announced their Fire Talk album Essentials with a listen to the dutiful single "Boy Scout"; Leah Voysey delivered a song about toxins and toxic endeavors on "Poison"; Khotin signed to Ghostly with news of the upcoming Beautiful You album, sharing the mesmerizing and bewildering single "Dwellberry"; Lisa Papineau presented the reflective and gentle Betsy Kenyon video for the evocative and limitless beauty of "Beautiful" off the album Oh Dead On Oh Love; Honeyblood presented the hedonistic video for "The Third Degree" off the album In Plain Sight; morgxn released the vital blue EP; Vesper Wood, Christina Wod of Kaleida, shared the sentimental single "Carson"; Mating Ritual offered a listen to their new big bright single "Falling Back" from the upcoming album Hot Content; Seba Kaapstad delivered the breaths of fresh air with "Breathe"; Joshua Thew shared the intimate and endearing Brandon Mercer visual for the earnest expressions of "Think You're Getting Through"; Made-Up announced the debut self-titled EP for Forged Artifacts with a listen to the gauzy and gaze-y "Who's Mess, Who's Tears"; Little May announced the new album Blame My Body with a listen and look at the single for "Apples";

DoNormaal delivered the AJ SUEDE visual for the TMLO-produced track "Revenge"; introducing Birmingham's Bad Hops who just released the radical rocking Foul Ball 7" via Earth Libraries; Lulu Lewis delivered the eccentric video for "Rock the Deer" from their upcoming album Genuine Psychic; Bryce Vine continues to ride the bombast buzz from the "Drew Barrymore" single and beyond; moonweather delivered the organic and ethereal pop of Overgrown; Cherry Pickles shared the vintage styled visual for the timeless testament to heartbreak "It Will All End in Tears" featured on the debut album Cherry Pickles Will Harden Your Nipples available April 5 via PNKSLM Recordings; Kathleen delivered the reflections and statements of thought with "The Longest Year"; Emily Vaughn delivered the brutal and boss visual for "Dead 2 Me"; Ontario's After Funk shared the sweet and soft sentiments of "The Mess We've Become" off the album Santa Barbara; Elizabeth Fagan, oka Lili St Anne shared a listen to the ethereal choral EP Bone Marrow; Cherie and Renno shared the energetic, enigmatic and eccentric single "Let Me In"; Golden Daze released their hotly anticipated second album Simpatico; ADULT. offered a listening to the synth sweet dulcets of "Subsurface"; Venus Furs shared the baroque and beautiful "Chaos and Confusion"; Dear Boy delivered the glamorous Samuel Bayer visual for "Semester"; Good Fuck unveiled the video for the sinewy electric pop aesthetics of "Physics", provided by Tim Kinsella with flip phone footage supplied by David Berman; Porcupine rolled out the performance pop visual for "Lifetime" from Casey David Nelson and Justin Joy off the What You've Heard Isn't Real EP; Dan Rico offered a listen to the amped up new single "Shi"; Wicca Phase Springs Eternal released Suffer On via Run For Cover; Francie Moon shared the shredding jangler New Morning Light; mxmtoon delivered all the feels of "i feel like chet" along with an art pop visual courtesy of H.S. Naji; MINKA delivered the End of the Affair EP; MUNYA delivered the smooth and cool new single "Benjamin"; Ellis delivered the evocative azure moments of reckoning with "Something Blue"; Chromatics delivered the colorful art pop visual for "Time Rider"; Young Clancy presented a look at the beach bound video for the bouncy single "Dead" ft. Chris LaRocca; Glows delivered the danced-up single "Passing Talk"; Radical Face presented a look at the Ben Cooper and Roy Berry visual for the self-betterment exercises of "Hard of Hearing"; Pure Bathing Culture delivered a look at the lyric video for "Devotion" from the upcoming album Night Pass; Viking Moses delivered the introspective and emotive strummer "Kid For the Cattle" from the Epifo Records album Cruel Child; Priests delivered the single "Good Time Charlie"; Freddie Gibbs and Madlib dropped "Flat Tummy Tea"; Vampy Weekend delivered the Emmett Malloy visual for "Harmony Hall"; Teenage Fanclub returned with their new single "Everything is Falling Apart"; Marissa Nadler delivered a listen to the John Cale collabo "Poison"; Treefort Music Fest lineup buzz; the 21 Savage country of origin debacle; and we remember The Monkees' Peter Tork and Amy Winehouse hologram hold-ups.

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Cities, scenes, skies & dreams
Sky sailing and surveying all between the earth, the heavens, the subterranean sects and the new dimensions; press photo courtesy of Week in Pop.

Sky sailing and surveying all between the earth, the heavens, the subterranean sects and the new dimensions; press photo courtesy of Week in Pop.

As 2019 kicks off with the aftermath of a grueling government shutdown, villainy, disasters and other international showdowns — Week in Pop shines a light on all the latest developing buzz beyond the panic-stricken headlines. Big news as S the Supplicant, aka Sally Horowitz, announced the Sex in Mechanicalville play (based on the Nicey Music release of the same name); Royal Trux rocked the world with the announcement of their upcoming album White Stuff arriving March 1 via Fat Possum and dropped the nitty gritty title track and the corresponding visual; Baseball Gregg announced a March tour that includes SXSW dates with the gentle, sweet, beautiful and serene new single "Toursong"; Buke and Gase announced the upcoming album Scholars with a listen and look at the visual for the mind opening and enriching title track; Fidlar delivered a look and listen at the DIY visual for the super catchy new cut "All By Myself" featured off the Mom + Pop album Almost Free; Hockey Dad announced tour dates; Mindy Gledhill delivered the tear drop shattering dance jam "Boo Hoo" from the album Rabbit Hole; Vesper Wood, aka Kaleida's Christina Wood, delivered the mystic & cryptic wonder with the entrancing "Descend" featured off the solo album Instar; Lisa Papineau delivered the visual for the personal strums and expressions that comprise "Little Hell" off the fourth album Oh Dead On Oh Love; Mark Diamond delivered the pop paintings of committed connections with "Steady"; Lizzo strolled into the new year with the Quinn Wilson visual for the super styling new single "Juice"; Dr. Danny released the anticipated album Nothing But Love that was co-produced with The Lemon Twigs; Unknown Mortal Orchestra delivered the new single "SB-06"; Cardi B delivered the fancy "Money" visual from Jora Frantzis and performed at the AVN Awards; Business of Dreams announced the Slumberland album Ripe for Anarchy with a listen to the illuminating and light glimmering single "Keep the Blues Away"; Hand Habits, aka Meg Duffy, delivered a look at the powerful Vanessa Haddad visual for the even more powerful single "can't calm down" from the Saddle Creek album placeholder; Highschool Jacob dropped the electronic funk saturation of "Can't Get Enough"; Loi Loi delivered a look at the sensuous and sensational Jen Meller visual for "Egipto"; Pixel Grip delivered the city-scape dance-a-thon visual from Jana McLain for "Plastic Enemies" from the FEELTRIP Records album Heavy Handed; Matty Carlock & Jesse Malin delivered the kinectic visual for "Young and Fucked Up" from Mike Oliva & Rob Sellig; iLoveMakonnen delivered the code of consumerism "Spendin'" ft. Gucci Mane; CupcakKe delivered the risqué and wild "Squidward Nose"; Kehlani presented a look at the robotic-human healing visual for "Nights Like These" ft. Ty Dolla $ign; SASAMI announced debut Domino album and delivered a look at the Kate Hollowell co-directed visual for "Jealousy"; TEEN delivered the grandiose art house Charles Billot visual for the disco styled single "Runner";

Cathedral Bells delivered the evocative sunlight bathed glow of "Ethereal Shadow" off the self-titled EP; Ladytron delivered the synth swaying single "Far From Home" off the electronic legends' self-titled; Bitch delivered the powerful femme ballad "New Year" accompanied by a visual from Oskar Peacock; Logic dished out the structure shaking "Keanu Reeves"; Future Thieves delivered the exhibitions of perpetual reckonings with "Always Something"; Slovenian atmospheric/ambient trio YGT announced the album Sinking Ship available February 15 via Youngbloods; Kat Holland delivered the expressive dance infused ballad "The One"; Leikeli47 dropped the radical and energetic Edgar Esteves visual for the kinetic new track "Tic Boom"; SJae, aka Sammy Jay, delivered the outpour of feels and affinities with "Acid Rain" off the FIRST EP; Marlene Oak provided a look and listen to the post-twilight reflections and desires with the live version of "In the Evening"; Arlene Zelina offered a listen to the nocturnal wants with the electro inflections of "Dream of Me"; Jackie Venson compiled a collection of anecdotes and tones of jubilation on the pop jam "A Million Moments"; Nakhane shared the bright and beautiful single "New Brighton" ft. Anohni off the album You Will Not Die; Nashville's Okey Dokey & Liz Cooper shared a viewing of the warm Cody Duncum visual of life in whimsical motion for "Winnebago" from the album Tell All Your Friend; San Francisco vision questing voyagers Agouti expanded our fields of consciousness with the castle defending single "Dragons" from the release Nodes; Dua Lipa delivered the single & visual for "Swan Song"; Midi Matilda delivered the invigorating visual for the elecric pop pomp of "Apple Pie"; Indoor Pets delivered a look at the hilarious dinosaur-suited visual for "Pro Procrastinator" off the Wichita Recordings album Be Content; La Luz's Shana Cleveland announced the Hardly Art album Night of the Worm Moon with a listen to the atmospheric haunted western showdown setup style song "Face of the Sun"; mxmtoon covered Frank Sinatra's classic "my way"; The Rebels of Tijuana delivered the throwback chic of "Brazil 70"; Lexie Liu provided a look at the art noir visual for "Hat Trick"; Terror Jr released the anticipated album Unfortunately, Terror Jr; Hembree delivered a look at the blue-bathed visuals for the single "Culture"; Taali provided a view of the organic and intimate visuals for the city ballad "Los Angeles" from Madelyn Deutch from the Rainbow Blonde Records album I Am Here; Dr. Dundiff presented a look at the Will Hartsock and Thomas Johns of 750four Productions visual of Louisville local spots for "Skat" ft. James Lindsey found off the Cold Busted album The Distance; Bellows presented a listen to the floral fancies of the new single "The Rose Gardener" off the Topshelf album of the same name; Seattle's Roving Reporter delivered the organic heartland hymns with the Joie de Vivre EP; Ellis presented the prism reflective Andy Friesen and Linnea Siggelkow visual for the big ballad "All This Time";

Adam Lempel released the album Jinx with a release show January 30 in NYC at Footlight complete with a wizard glam motif; Caleb Hawley delivered the sentimental single about the constraints of time with "A Minute of Your Love"; Vern Matz delivered the meditative and mind mending Bobblehead EP; WESLEE delivered the dance inspired sweat stepping visual from Alexandra Gavillet for "Sweat Dreams"; Monica Martin delivered the single about consciousness and the lack of conscious actions in the expressive single single "Thoughtless"; Portland artist Bryson Cone delivered the evocative and earnest electric textures of dreams and fears via the breathtaking "Destination Nightmare"; Jesse McCartney presented the fancy and flashy visual for "Wasted" starring Katie Peterson; Kid Koala delivered the atmospheric and expansive single "Hera's Song" ft. Trixie Whitley; Ten Fé provided a listen to the smooth and serene sailing new single "Coasting" off the album Future Perfect, Present Tense via Some Kinda Love/PIAS; Westkust brought out all the dream weapon machines on the new single "Swebeach" off their Run For Cover self-titled; Tyler, The Creator launched the GOLF le FLEUR* and GOLF WANG 3M collection line; Charlotte Cornfield shared the sentimental and deeply endearing visual for "Andrew" from Adrienne McLaren off the album The Shape of Your Name (Next Door Records/Outside Music); Sharon Van Etten delivered a look at the NYC-centered visuals for the nostalgia entertaining ballad "Seventeen" featured off the new Jagjaguwar album Remind Me Tomorrow; Sure Sure delivered the comforting slice of winter warmth with the single "Warm Animal" off the What’s It Like? EP; Porteau delivered the earnest expressions of "River Song" featured off the album Water's Gate; The Kut delivered the thrashing performance visual for "I Am Vain"; Vampire Weekend buzz for their upcoming release Father of the Bride sharing listens to the jubilant "Harmony Hall" and the future times focused "2021"; hype for James Blake's Assume Form; YNW Melly provided a look and listen at the Cole Bennett visual for "Mixed Personalities" ft. Kanye West; early version of Animal Collective's "My Girls" is unearthed; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's rad dance video to Phoenix's "Lisztomania"; Coachella lineup hype and their new Every One initiative to combat sexual misconduct at the festival; Princess Nokia versus Ariana Grande; Azealia Banks and Grimes subpoenaed over Elon Musk's ridiculous weed inspired tweet; Kanye West filed some lawsuits; DMX is out of prison; Amen Dunes opened up; French emcee MHD charged with voluntary manslaughter; and we remember Pegi Young, Captain and Tennille's Daryl Dragon, Joseph Jarman, Psychic Love's Laura Peters and Michel Legrand.

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Wandering through the wonder of winter warmth
Gazing with hope at the city lights of possibilities and skies of infinite intrigue; press photo courtesy of Week in Pop.

Gazing with hope at the city lights of possibilities and skies of infinite intrigue; press photo courtesy of Week in Pop.

With the holidays upon us and 2018 winding down, we continue to contend with the state of political stalemates, doing everything we can to help Indonesia in the wake of a tsunami; and marvel at the indefatigable spirit of Ruth Bader Ginsburg — Week in Pop presents just a quick peek at some of the buzz we’re following (and will continue to update). Big news as we heard the announcement that Tom Krell, oka How To Dress Well along with Driftless Recordings' Joel Ford and Patrick McDermott launched the new label Helpful Music; phem dropped the emotive and passionate pop of “Jump”; Everyone is Dirty delivered some of that holiday glow with the bright seasonal nostalgia reflections with "This December (A Christmas Song)"; Daddy dropped the sweet, smooth and soft touch sounds of what it's like when the world begins to wildly spin out from beneath you on "Losing My Control"; Tee Grizzley delivered the documentary Off Parole; Ess Ford, aka Skyler Ford from Snuff Redux, dropped the anticipated album 206; Vök shared the performance visuals for the single about dusks and dawns "Night & Day" and spread the love with the slick new single "Spend the Love"; Girlpool delivered a look at the DIY visual for "Where You Sink" by the group's own Harmony Tividad from the upcoming album What Chaos is Imaginary available February 1 via ANTI-; TEEN announced the new album Good Fruit arriving March 1 via Carpark and delivered the visual for "Only Water"; Joel Taylor delivered the anthem of rebirth and immediacy in a heart-strummed hymn that strikes straight from the organic topography of the heartland titled "Moments Notice" along with the powerful visual that illustrates how domestic violence and disputes disrupts the harmony of family and humanity as a whole; Escort brought the big pop brightness with the body-shaker "Josephine"; HERO delivered intimate and expressive performance pop visual from Johannes Greve Muskat for "Dirty Work"; Color Palatte shared some shine for bleak times with the single "Dark Days", following up the searing beams of light "Sunburn" and and the dreamy cadences of "Chelsea"; Girl Crush delivered the pop sounds that drown out the static with "Radio Silence"; Future Generations provided audiences a little taste of the great outdoors with vintage sitcom flair via the visuals for "Landscape"; Saga Back delivered the evocative observations and expressions of "There You Go... Again"; New York based band Big Spirit brought the larger than life feels and thrills with the mammoth new single "Barbarians”; The Lovely Sparrows shared a look at the Derek Van Gieson-animated visual of inspirations and insights for "A Light" featured off their first album in seven years, Shake the Shadow via Abandoned Love Records; Bogan Via returned with the pop of perception, exhilaration and liberation on "Videos" off the new album Tough to Kill; Mark McGowan delivered the earnest and penned-from-the-heart hymns of affection and intuition with the Speakeasy EP;

Gabriel Birnbaum of Wilder Maker delivered the debut solo single of life and world progression reflections with "Stack the Miles"; Ohtis shared a listen to the 7" single "Runnin" b/w "Settling"; Lydian Collective brought the world a look at their performance visual for their electric pop fusion of "High 555"; Balto delivered the blistering and blasting new jam "Black Snake Mojave Blues"; The Dip delivered some winter seasonal cheer with the brass imbued single "Santa's Got a Sweet Tooth"; Vesper Wood, Christina Wood of Kaleida, delivered the meditative thought stream swimming single "The Wall"; Hana Vu covered the iconic Fleetwood Mac jam "Gypsy" with added haunted flair and fascination; Princess Nokia dropped the remastered and expanded Metallic Butterfly; EXES and JOME dropped the wistful and wondrous new single "One Day"; Domo Genesis dropped the EP Facade Records; Sports delivered the snazzy and shining new single "Don't Tell Me"; Holy Wow dropped the performance pop visual for the spaced-out single "Nebulas"; mxmtoon delivered the organic and intriguing plum blossom EP; Illiterate Light delivered the frank anthem about fairness and the lack thereof with "Nuthin's Fair"; Sofa City Sweetheart delivered the desert mariachi visual for the strumming and strolling power pop single "Stop Thinking" shot and directed by Karma McCartney and Juan Antonio Lopez; Marquee Mayfield shared the spellbinding scientific-styled visuals for the jazzy and joyful single "Spellbound"; Rnie delivered the transcendent and beguiling album Citrus via Broken Circles; L'FREAQ delivered the fancy visual for the sublime and sinewy "New Skin"; in case you missed it, peep Fielded's Alex Mallis beach-bound visual for the lit single of empowerment "Light It Up" off the Deathbomb Arc album Drip Drip; SOBxRBE Sneakk delivered the bossy cruising visual for "Spray" ft. Tyga, YG; SOB X RBE's Yhung T.O. dropped the solo joint Trust Issues; Merely, aka Kristina Florell—YEAR0001's latest signing, presented the enchanted forest visual for the mesmerizing "Crazy Heart"; Ruth Acuff delivered the harp and heart-tinged single "Peace"; Sigrid announced the debut album Sucker Punch arriving March 1 and delivered a listen to the acoustic title track; Calva Louise delivered the competitive and eccentric Bartholomew Jones visual for "Tug Of War"; Every Kid Knows delivered the bright and bold new single "Spinning Jenny"; Margot delivered the earnest and ethereal single "Coffee Stained Scars"; behold the majestic ruins that are explored in the visual for Zoe Boekbinder's "Shadow"; Jaguar Grace delivered the bombastic expressions of amour with "To All the Boys I've Loved Before"; Sophie Strauss shared the intimate and endearing visual for "Sweetboy"; Iowa's Holy White Hounds unleashed the power-chord/rip-chord fest of Say It With Your Mouth;

TISHMAL, aka Rachel Brockbank, delivered the single "Heavy" that tackles issues of gravity, weights and ethereal measures; Chromatics delivered a look at the holiday-styled visual for their cover of Bruce Springsteen's "I'm On Fire"; Mother Feather delivered the squared circle square off visual from Marc McAndrews for the anthemic "Red Hot Metal" off the album Constellation Baby; Utkarsh Ambudkar delivered the flashy new jam "Kane"; Cautious Clay delivered the big time track of reasoning and rationales with "REASONS" ft. Hudson Mohawke & Tobias Jesso Jr; Kyle Crane delivered the nostalgic home visual for "Nicole” ft. Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses; Madame Gandhi delivered the desert rolling visual for the bad ass single "Bad Habits"; Tiny Ruins offered a look at the winter wandering "Olympic Girls" visual; Young Readers delivered the echoing earthy warmth of "Silent Night"; NOV3L delivered the angular shoulder-shaking action of their new singles "To Whom It May Concern" and "Natural" from their Flemish Eye NOVEL EP; San Francisco's own moonweather delivered something to keep us warm from the winter elements with "Until Later"; Claire George signed to Cascine with a listen to the single "Where Do You Go?" followed by remixes supplied by Yumi Zouma and Sun Angels; Two Dragons and a Cheetah delivered the tightly wound tension breaker single "Wind Me Up"; Summer Heart delivered the evocative and mesmerizing electronically expressive textures of "Touch"; Vic Mensa delivered a listen to the Hooligans EP; Portland cult duo bed. just released their hotly anticipated debut album Replay; Harlem delivered a listen to their first album Free Drugs ahead of their upcoming Oh Boy album arriving February 14; T-Pain delivered the new jam "That's Yo Money" off the upcoming album 1UP; M.I.A. delivered the visual for "Reload" that was penned by Elastic leader Justine Frischmann; Matmos announced the new album Plastic Anniversary arriving March 15 via Thrill Jockey; Cass McCombs offered a listen to the song "Estrella"; Lambchop announced the new album This (is what I wanted to tell you) available March 22 through City Slang/Merge sharing a listen to the sentimental and personal single "The December-ish You"; NFL Cartel Bo video for "Hoova" ft. Maxo Kream caused a ruckus; Tegan and Sera announced the memoir High School; Tom DeLonge's "Strange Times" to become a television series; Ariana Grande followed up "thank u, next" with the ethereal and rhythms and blues of "imagine"; The Specials dropped the new single "Vote For Me"; David Lynch delivered the visual Ant Head; and we remember the Buzzcocks' Pete Shelley and jazz icon Nancy Wilson.

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Urging anyone and everyone to do their civic/social duty to VOTE—Week in Pop presents a snapshot of the latest media buzz that is all aflutter amid the international art hives. In the latest news, Jay Som & Justus Proffit delivered the massive swagger and style of the new single "Invisible Friends" off their collaborative Nothing's Changed EP via Polyvinyl; Pangs delivered the space seeking new single "Someplace"; Lil Wayne dropped Tha Carter V; Claire George signed to Cascine with the announcement of the upcoming album Bodies of Water available November 16 with a look at the glamorous and fashionable visual for the perfect pop of "Orbits"; Chromatics delivered the spooky single "House of Dolls", the Dean Hurley remix for "Blue Girl" and "The Taste of Blood"; Jasper Leach shared an ambient and organic listen to the album Water Mind; Cathedral Bells rang with the cool crypt cadences of "Cemetery Surf"; rising star Annika Zee delivered the electro glamorous single "Super Model" ahead of the forthcoming album Factory Pageant available in January; San Jose's own Chow Mane delivered the Timslew of Soundlapse visual for the sweet Bay-chill styles of "Ever Since"; Balms took us toward the expansive depths of the astral "Plane"; Deep State delivered the under pressure anthem "Under the Gun" off the upcoming album The Path to Fast Oblivion available February 1; Junkboy shared the gorgeous spirit lifting succinct symphony "Old Camera, New Film" for the compilation Music Minds; Yoe Mase delivered the proving ground invitations of "Prove Me Wrong"; Hatchie unveiled the new dream machine driving single "Adored"; BUHU shared the Olivier Dalipagic for Oh Wow Pictures visual for the love inflected single "Yew" off the debut album Tenets via Kitsuné Musique and FMF Records Grivo presented a look at the mind flipping Essentials Creative visual for "Burnout"; Beach House shared the San Charoenchai visual for "Alien"; White Fence delivered the new single "Lorelei" from the upcoming album I Have to Feed Larry’s Hawk available in January; pop icons Sunflower Bean announced their upcoming EP King of the Dudes available January 25 via Mom + Pop and a tour with Interpol, delivering the shining new single "Come For Me"; Adeline delivered the high society styles and sleekness of "Hi Life"; Jay Shephard dropped the big time jammer "Real One"; Nana Adjoa delivered the life and death oscillating single "DOOA" off A Tale So Familiar available November 11 via Bloomer Records; Yumi Zouma delivered a look at the catchy, cool, clever and creative visual for "Crush"; SASAMI signed to Domino and dropped the perfect single "Not the Time"; Jason Lytle delivered the endearing "Color of Dirt" off the split with Kyle Field from Little Wings and Kramies; Chicago's Options delivered a listen to lackadaisical album to observe the changing of the seasons with Vivid Trace; Little Simz delivered the new defending and offending single "Offence"; Girlpool delivered the new power jams "Lucy's" and "Where You Sink" via ANTI-; L.A. Witch delivered the west coast wonder visual for "Baby in Blue Jeans"; Colyn Cameron delivered the sweet and suave single for "Coolest"; David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti announced the release of their Thought Gang album Fiery Ships via Sacred Bones and unveiled the moody experimental number "Woodcuters"; Dolly Parton delivered the inspirational statement of rights and history with "A Woman's Right"; Innes Wilson delivered the rocking energy from here to eternity with "From Now to Forever" off the Seaview EP; Flour Flour delivered a listen to the electro-entrancing EP Dimension A; Buffalo's Welks Mice delivered the minimalist and affectionate new single "Your Heart is the Purple Sage"; Work Drugs melted our spirits and selves with the single "Spirit" from the album Holding On To Forever; Beach House delivered the video for "Drunk in LA" that was apparently produced, directed and edited by Sonic Boom with Nuno Jardim alongside production assistant Samantha Tyson; Dev Ray delivered the regal visual from Elise Mesner for "Palaces" via Dangerbird Records; Hanne Mjøen delivered the lavish and indulgent visual for "Sounds Good to Me"; J Mascis delivered the Shane Wahlund and Michael Anderson visuals for "Elastic Days" starring Dina Martina; Soul Cannon delivered the direction driver "Test Drive"; Sierra Mountain delivered the football kicking visual for "Everything's Fine" off the Atelier Ciseaux/AB Records release Are U single? No, I'm album available October 9; MUNYA delivered the ground sweeping single "If I'm Gone Tomorrow (It's Because of Aliens)"; The Dodos delivered a look at the swift martial arts moving visuals for "SW3" courtesy of Ryan Daniel Browne; Coattails delivered the emotive and earnest exhibitions of "Waves" off the upcoming Imaginary Friends EP arriving November 9; Danny Golden delivered the Americana affections of the title track from the upcoming album Old Love available November 2 via Drunk Luck Records; Blak Emoji delivered the awaited follow-up to 2016's INTRO with the lavish late night rager "Another Club Night" from the upcoming album KUM available September 21; Cat Power shared the emotionally arresting and minimalist piano visual for "Stay" from the new album Wanderer available October 5 via Domino; Ian Sweet delivered the desert rocking visuals for the meditative and personal anthem "Spit" off the upcoming album Crush Crusher available October 26 via Hardly Art; Rachel Ana Dobken delivered the single that pushes for permanence and perseverance with "Always"; Mother Feather delivered the ripping and rolling single "Red Hot Metal" from the forthcoming album Constellation Baby available November 2 via Metal Blade; Monteagle, aka Justin of Nassau, delivered the SoCal simmering dreamer "East LA" off the album Midnight Noon available November 30 via Fire Talk; The Ocean got heavy with the big bashing jam "Permian: The Great Dying" off the album Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoi; Holy Golden spun the spheres of chance with the new single "Wheel of Fortune"; Alto Aria delivered the psychic senses of perception and more via the Amanda Bødker co-directed visual for "I See You"; Honey Moon shared the spirited release Four More From...; Young Dolph delivered the indulgent monetary flaunting visual for "Break the Bank" ft. Offset; Erika Spring delivered the cryptic and electronic undercurrents of "Less"; Posh Hammer delivered the chronos kicking single "To Kill Time" from the forthcoming Dancing in Place EP; Kramies delivered a look at the enchanted and intriguing Moon Moon Moon (Mark Lohmann) visual for "Everything The End" ft. Jason Lytle; Mekong Xpress shared the serene beauty of enlightened indications on "Common Knowledge" off the upcoming Egghunt album of the same name available October 19; Charli XCX & Troye Sivan partied like it was "1999"; Lil Baby, Gunna & Drake dropped the sinewy slapper "Never Recover";

Maryjo Mattea of Two Dragons and a Cheetah unleashed the absolutely epic and uncompromising anthem "The Other Side" ft. Cody Valentine; Benny Sings signed to Stones Throw and delivered the DIY visual for his smooth, sweet and sentimental cover of Drake's "Passionfruit"; Bristol's The Desert delivered a listen to the expansively electronic and honest sound-scapes with "Gone"; Warbly Jets presented a look at the throwback art-film styled video for "Shapeshifter"; Georgia Mae delivered the ultra-pop illustrations of thrills, flights of fancy and "Fools"; Michael Richard Klics delivered the gentle vacation glow of "Resort Town"; Bohkeh delivered the single about matters of maturation and more with "Childish"; Big Eater and Mega Bog's Matt Bachman announced the upcoming album Unconditional Love available November 2 via Orindal and delivered the beautiful and breathtaking single "To Be in Love" that will reach the most personal places of the heart; Rose Droll delivered the shimmering splendor of "Hush" from the upcoming debut album Your Dog available November 16 via Father/Daughter and Double Denim; Four Fists, comprised of P.O.S. and Astronautalis, presents the intense Mercies May video for "Nobody's Biz" off the anticipated album 6666 available October 12 via Doomtree Records; Tangerine delivered the epic Richie Owen video for the grand single "Local Mall" off the White Dove EP available October 19 via AWAL; Georgia Mae delivered a sincere pop song of wise folks and "Fools"; Ian William Craig delivered a listen to the atmospheric "Some Absolute Means" off Thresholder available November 2 via 130701; Soft Center delivered the visual about the remaining threads that tie and bind with "Loose Ends"; Katie Mullins delivered the layered vocal wonder of "Crocuses"; Philly's Palmas delivered the inquiries of direction and more with wandering wonder of "Where Are You Going"; Ralo rose up against adversity with the Murrille-produced track "The World Against Me"; Monteagle, aka Justin of Nassau, delivered the SoCal simmering dreamer "East LA" off the album Midnight Noon available November 30 via Fire Talk; The Soft Rider, aka Laurent of Laurence Wasser, delivered the electro single "Words" off the forthcoming The Pool EP available October 19 via Atomic Bongos; Animal Waves delivered the Ian McGee night tripping visual for "In the Meadow"; Anamon delivered the amped-up Mike Martinez performance visual for "Iron Bill" off the album Purple, Green and Yellow; Small Billions delivered the celestial Ryan Linder visuals for the starry synth studded singles "Bullets in the Bower" along with "Outro"; Deal Casino delivered a look at the lurid b/w visual for "French Blonde"; Lando Chill dropped the mesmerizing single "Fauna" off the forthcoming album Black Ego available October 12 via Mellow Music Group; Calvine Valentine delivered the Joe Baker animated visual for "KSS" of summer sensations off the Keep Summer Safe album; Lex Rush delivered the indulgent party visual for the ludicrous shoulder shaking jam "Tequila Tecate" ft. Teddy Sims and P. Cruz; Mallrat delivered the stratosphere sentiments of eternal summer styles via the In the Sky EP; Baauer & Miquela delivered the warehouse dance visual for "Hate Me"; Chastity Belt delivered the meditative fruit smoothie motif visual from Claire Buss for "It's Obvious"; GRAACE delivered the Sejon Im visual for "Last Night" that grapples with issues of resentment in a candid confessional; Brandon Lowry, aka Baby FuzZ delivered the bombast of "Burial"; OWEL presented the emotive perceptions of "I Saw Red"; Blossomer delivered the evocative expanses of emotion and exegesis with "Preacher Learner"; Mothica delivered the brash bravado of "Burnout"; Marc Ribot, Shahzad Ismaily, Ches Smith as Ceramic Dog laid the Kavanaugh smack down with the video for the dissenting new single "Beer"; Hunnah delivered the Stephanie Osuna-Hernandez visual for the earnest thought streams of "Think About It"; Antagonista, ft. members of Hills Like Elephants, shared the chess match and city thought space visuals for "Bad Medicine" directed by Bernard Feinsod, Michael Alan Hams & Christian Motos; Sigrid delivered the atmospheric and emotive tinged "Sucker Punch (Four Tet remix)"; RKCB dropped the evocative and atmospheric visual from Mike O'Brien for the sounds of solitude "Alone With You Pt. 2"; Benedict Sister delivered the suave jam "Ne Dramatise Pas (16 Lines from Bryan Ferry)"; The Dodos delivered the sentimental new single "Center Of" from the upcoming album Certainty Waves available October 12 via Polyvinyl; Blithe delivered the addictive pop exposition of "Bad Habit"; LA's More Giraffes delivered the cool and vibrant complicated feelings visual for "Not Cool"; Baby FuzZ delivered the hedonistic visual of puppet love and more for "Disneyland"; Tolliver delivered a listen to the electronically enhanced expressions of Rites; Gabby's World, fka Eskimeaux announced the upcoming album Beast on Beast available November 2 with a listen to the singles "Winter, Withdraw" and "Rear View"; Young Jesus delivered the message of pop messianism with The Whole Things is Just via Saddle Creek; Little Dragon delivered the intimate dance expressions with the title track off the upcoming EP Lover Chanting available November 9 via Ninja Tune; Nicole Dollanganger delivered the Mac Boucher co-directed visual for the melancholy and beautifully tragic "Lemonade" off Heart Shaped Bed available October 26; Sheridan Reed delivered the sweet expressions of desire via the visual for the single "We Should Both Be Here" from Cassandra Klepac; Lavender Fields delivered the rhythmic exhibitions of Music Beyond Music; Sydney Wright delivered the nocturnal notions of longing titled "Time of Night"; Little Grim delivered the intimate and reflective visual for "Silence"; Jackie Venson delivered the wilderness rambling visual for the ode to perseverance "Keep On"; Mocha Bands presented the Jon Eric asphalt anchored visual for "Longevity"; Blood Orange delivered the Dev Hynes self-directed visual for "Chewing Gum" ft. A$AP Rocky and Project Pat; Amanda Palmer and Jasmine Power presented the Noémie Lafrance video for "Mr. Weinstein Will See You Now"; AlunaGeorge delivered the creature comforts of the new single "Cold Blooded Creatures" ft. Bryson Tiller off the Champagne Eyes EP; Lil Pump delivered the bossy and flossy single "Multimillionaire" ft. Lil Uzi Vert; VOILÀ delivered the fancy and emotive pop of "Don't"; Sheck Wes delivered MUDBOY; Montreal artist Daniel Isaiah delivered the spaced-out and sentimental beauty of "Javelin Fade"; Yelle delivered the "OMG!!! (Safetalk Remix)" along with the "OMG!!! (Mila Dietrich Remix)"; Anne Malin shared the landscape sweeping new single of expressive utterance and carefully strummed chords that is "In Waves"; Kurt Vile dropped "One Trick Ponies";

DAWN delivered the tripped-out title track from the upcoming album new breed available January 25; Remember Sports delivered a look at the Faye Orlove video for "The 1 Bad Man" that is a walk through of a gallery comprised of artifacts from failed relationships; Beak> shared a look at the mesmerizing Alex Garland visual for "When We Fall" ft. Sonoya Mizuno; Courtney Barnett delivered the cool strolling single "Small Talk" off the compilation 10 Years of Mom+Pop; Anderson .Paak delivered the new classic cruising single "Tints" ft. Kendrick Lamar; Pines delivered a listen to the shining and shimmering new single "Glisten"; Jessie Ware delivered the new beat-centric single "Overtime"; Glass Candy delivered the new sassy and synthed-up single "Naked City"; Yellow Days delivered the single "How Can I Love You?"; Helga delivered the ecologically minded single and Olof Grind visual for "Battle Song"; Tiger Lion delivered the oceanic grandiose pop of "Black Sea" and the accompanying Victoria Fiore video; Arc Iris delivered a look at the consciousness expanding and warm Zach Tenorio visual for "If You Can See” featured off the album Icon of Ego via Ba Da Bing Records; The Y Axes delivered the performance visual for the pop punk jam "Empty Space" captured by Charged Heart Productions at 924 Gilman; Callow delivered the lonesome honky-tonk duster "Go Down" with a visual from Modern Human Productions captured at Vermillion Art Bar, Seattle; Restorations delivered a look at the vast landscape wandering visual for "Caretraker" off of LP5000 via Tiny Engines; Elea Calvet delivered the moving and powerful single "Sacrifice"; Airpark delivered the emotive and devoted single "Devotion"; Johnny Gates delivered some nocturnal moods with the single "Brooklyn Nights"; Manudigital delivered the constructive and synth-centric visual for "Ruff it Up" ft. General Degree; Arthur delivered the sensational new single "Sweet Memory"; Only Yours delivered the exhibitions of infinity with the single "Everlasting" from the upcoming Overrun release; Taliwhoah delivered the track field trekking track "Run Along"; Middle Kids delivered the lyric visual for the tear streaked sick styles of "Salt Eyes"; Nef The Pharaoh dropped the glamorous baller-life visual for "86" ft. Cuban Doll & ALLBLACK; Kelly Moran delivered a listen to the single "Helix" off the Warp Records album Ultraviolet; J Fernandez delivered a look and listen to the lyric video for cool, calm and collected cut "Common Sense" off the upcoming album Occasional Din available November 9 via Joyful Noise; Paige Stark from Tashaki Miyaki delivered the sweet and sentimental soaring single "Albatross"; Johnny Jewel's Zola Jesus remixes; Tyler, the Creator dropped the Cherry Bomb instrumentals; Andy Cook delivered the hazy visuals for "Run" from the Good Eye Records EP Modern Man; Vök delivered the dusk to dawning new single "Night & Day"; Shy Girls delivered the visual of praise and nature for "Hallelujah"; Daisybones delivered the upbeat and economic electro single "Choke" off the album Gold available November 9; Fool's Gold's Luke Top delivered the smooth sailing title track from the upcoming EP The Dumb Show via Grand Gallop and Org Music; Mr. Koifish delivered the hope hanging single "Hang Our Coasts"; Danielle Dahl delivered the intimate expressions of amour on "Love Song"; Lifestyles dropped the raving and railing new jam "Wail" off the split 7" with Meat Wave via No Trend Records; Dominique Tey, formerly of MAASAI, delivered the track of cathartic release with "Let It Out"; Neneh Cherry delivered the new suave single "Natural Skin Deep"; Escort delivered the snazzy and styling single "Slide"; The Theophilus London x Tame Impala connection continues; Usher and Zaytoven dropped "A"; Brian Eno and Kevin Shields shared "Only Once Away My Son"; Gunnar Gehl delivered the azul pop expressions with "Ocean Blue"; wifisfuneral delivered the aesthetics of attention with "The Art of Neglection" ft. Robb Bank$ produced by Cris Dinero; Tatiana DeMaria delivered the emotively charged single "Make Me Feel"; 88rising delivered a look and listen at the "All of Our Heads in the Clouds" visual; Friendly Fires dropped the new big jam "Heaven Let Me In" co-produced alongside Disclosure; Deal Casino dropped the singles "Cookman" and "Marley"; Mikky Ekko delivered the glamorous and artistic visual for "Cherish You"; Monteagle delivered the sweet and savory single "Master"; Chicago’s Axis: Sova, ft. Brett Sova, delivered the DIY performance cool visual for "Dodger" from Derek Weber featured off their album Shampoo You available November 16 via via God? Records; Oh Pep! delivered the earnest, expressive and exquisite single "Your Nail and Your Hammer"; Ty Segall covered The Dils’ “Class War” featured off the covers album Fudge Sandwich available October 26 via In The Red; Lowland Hum shared the visual for "Salzburg Summer"; Perhapsy (Derek Barber who is known for work with Madeline Kenney, Bells Atlas and Christopher Owens' Curls) delivered the sincere and sentimentally staggering single "The Curse is Getting Worse" off Kingdom Starlight Bliss via Porch Party Records; Editors delivered the dramatic and impassioned visual from Rahi Rezvani for "Cold" featuring dance moves by Drew Jacoby; Ian William Craig shared the expansive atmospheres of "The Last Wesbrook Lamen"; Kero Kero Bonito delivered the KKB DIY VHS visual for post-summer soaring "Flyway" off the album Time 'n' Place; Ten Fé presented a look at the visual for "Won't Happen" off the album Future Perfect, Present Tense available this March; Darkwing delivered the radical and raging song suite "Vicious / Who U R"; Tangerine (Marika and Miro Justad with Toby Kuhn) delivered their self-made shore-side glamorous visual for "Cherry Red"; OBB delivered the new fall frequencies of "Is This a Thing"; Eminem's Empire State performance of "Venom"; David Lynch's Festival of Disruption to feature a Twin Peaks VR experience; Lindsey Buckingham versus Fleetwood Mac; Fyre Fest bro sentenced to 6 years in prison; Taylor Swift got all political; Fabolous indicted on felony domestic violence charges; Sigur Rós percussionist accused of sexual assault; BØRNS accused of sexual misconduct; we remember the Records' John Wicks, Beatles engineer Geoff Emerick, Charles Aznavour, Otis Rush, Jefferson Airplane's Marty Balin, Takehisa Kosugi, Leonard Cohen's posthumous poem about Kanye West; Kanye got really weird at the White House. imprint of prestige Atelier Ciseaux announced a hiatus; Big Ups announced a hiatus; and Frank Ocean is offering free merch to voters.

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