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Exploring the aquariums of infinite intrigue; photos courtesy of Kerri O’Malley.

Exploring the aquariums of infinite intrigue; photos courtesy of Kerri O’Malley.

The latest headline tickers report the tragic police fracas in Fort Worth, Saddleridge wildfires in Southern California and the ongoing and incessant maelstrom of civic controversies that continue to spin out of control (and beyond comprehension and conventional measure) without any sign of slowing anytime soon. Bring you now some of the buzz you may have missed, billy woods returned with the mighty solo album Terror Management via Backwoodz Studioz; post art dance pop provocateurs Guerilla Toss returned to their home at NNA Tapes with the new album What Would the Odd Do? with a listen to the mind and world expanding "Plants" that features the character of Laura existing in worlds inspired by What a Plant Knows and The Hidden Life of Trees respectively, along with the new track “Future Doesn’t Know”; Luxe Malone went on a Japan tour and released the sinewy and sultry new single "Horses"; phem dropped the visual for "Grim Reaper" ft. Lil Tracy and the intimate video for "Who Cares" and the visual for the title track 'vixualixer' off the Vacum Head EP; Claire George graced the world with the incredible single "Alone Together" along with the alternate version; 24 Caltdo presented a look at the Dan Fromhart-directed performance visual for the sentimental and candid cool of "Ding Dong Scrambled Eggs" off of Literally Main Street; Portland's Sea Caves shot a "Dart" direct to the heart of star-crossed lovers everywhere; Brooklyn cool cat Alexei Shishki charmed our hearts with the lovely pop vignette "Clean Thru" featured off the forthcoming self-titled via Forged Artifacts; Serafina Steer provided a close and keen look at the Oliver Marchant and James Ormiston visual for the electro-ethereal pop of "Provides Common Ground" off the album The Mind is a Trap; The Cabin Fever announced the new EP Alone Together with a listen to the emotive and earnest track "Window Pain"; Tony Njoku presented the MMA visual for the electronic and intimate reflections of "Confident" off the album Your Psyche’s Rainbow Panorama via Silent Kid Records; mxmtoon delivered the endearing visionary and sentimental shining pop with "dream of you"; Chastity delivered the sophisticated house party visual for "Flames" off the Captured Tracks album Home Made Satan; Reality Something keeps that dream of the 90s raging and radical with the cool rocking single "Dirty Money"; New Lealand rising pop legend Miss June dropped the oddly amazing and intriguing single "Anomaly" featured off their Frenchkiss Records album Bad Luck Party; Missions presented the synth-sparkling visual for "Feelin" from Hampton and Katie Mills off the Holodeck Records album Subcreature; Baltimore pop mastermind Joshua Stokes is Madmastermind who just dropped a slice of future vibes and styles to follow with "Focus"; Young Mister delivered the endearing ballad of "Best" off the Refresh Records album Sudden Swoon; prodigies of prolific and earth shattering future pop HTRK returned with Venus in Leo via Ghostly; ATL rising star Blaatina dropped the cautionary cool of "Watch Out" ft. NLE Choppa; G Flip dropped About Us via Future Classic; Lil Tecca dropped We Love You Tecca; Gigi Rowe dropped the battle cry bop of "Warrior"; Rose Dorn presented the domino-themed Julia Ling Kelleher visual for the saudade and hard hitting single "Champ" taken from the Bar None release Days You Were Leaving; Somos dropped the epic and mighty album Prison On A Hill via Tiny Engines; Trentemøller dropped the jagged electro jam "Try A Little" ft. Warpaint's Jenny Lee; Boy Scouts delivered the album Free Company via ANTI- and offered a look at the warm DIY Ramez Silyan visual for "Get Well Soon"; Lana Del Rey delivered the album Norman Fucking Rockwell and delivered the grand Rich Lee visual for "Doin' Time"; Katy Perry dropped the Tanu Muino visual for "Small Talk"; TOOL dropped Fear Inoculum; Jenny Tolman dropped the glamorous visual for the candid "So Pretty"; Leeroy Stagger dropped the jam about moving beyond the deepest depths of the bottle with "Deeper Well"; Stone Jack Jones dropped the atmospheric "O Brother" off of Black Snake; Humbird released the organic and earnest album Pharmakon; touring with Com Truise, Beshken released the remixes for Aisle of Palm; Ryahn delivered the radical single "Sad Boy" off the debut Light Blue EP; Sassy 009 dropped the visual for "Thrasher" from the Kill Sassy 009 EP; Chicago's King Von sent us word of the tape Grandson Vol. 1 via Only The Family/EMPIRE and dropped some knowledge with the slapping "What It's Like"; Clipping delivered the visualizer for "La Mala Ordina"; DaBaby dropped KIRK; Empress Of and Kito dropped the autumn cool collaboration "Wild Girl"; Krin J Callinan dropped "Return to Center";

Just Like Honey shared the expressive and emotive gestures of "How Does It Feel?" from The Wood Room Sessions; Harry Cubberly aka Treatment presents the anticipated album Pond Life; Frogi released the anticipated Introvert EP; CHAD delivered the maudline single "Leonard Nimoy"; Highcard, aka Benjamin Zamora and Douglas Meadows, released the cool club lounge styles of absence and emotive connections via "Without You"; Angel Olsen released All Mirrors via Jajaguwar along with the epic Ashley Connor visual for "Lark"; Nudity continue their covers spree with their Southern goth rendering of the Everly Brothers' "Wake Up Little Susie"; Pass By Catastrophe released all the autumn feels with their debut self-titled EP; Portland artist Corinne Sharlet shared the illustrious chord shimmer and shine of "Hail Mary"; Laura Reznek delivered the melancholy pear motif visual from Nicola Fuller for the ballad of blame, shame and transcendence "You Are Bad"; Noah Cyrus delivered the emotive and earnest video for "Lonely" co-directed by Symone Ridgell; Anna Meredith delivered the electro-edged artifice of "Inhale Exhale" off the Black Prince Fury release FIBS; LA's own fakelife delivered the electric rhythms and sentimental blues with "Your Love is a Flood"; Ness Heads presented the visual of transit line trajectories for the boss track "Pull Me Up" off the release Numb; Junkyboy, Mik & Rich Hanscomb shared a look at the duo strumming away into the clouds with the visual for "Fulfil" off the album Trains, Trees and Topophilia; Brooklyn's Public Practice dropped the jam "Disposable" and their cover of Yukihiro Takahashi's "Extra-Ordinary"; Sassy 009 dropped some sleek fun for the autumn season with "Maybe in the Summer" from the Kill Sassy 009 EP; Sandy sent out translucent electro beams with "Signals" off the Geographic North release Traces; Matt Valentine delivered the epic cosmic journey of "Minor Rager > Calliphygian Niekro > Minor Rager >" off the Beyond Beyond is Beyond release Preserves; Carvi shared the sentiments and sensations of "VIBE" off the the Fueled the Crazy EP; Rhymes shared some cool club-crafted visuals for the festive single "Party" ft. Summer Dennis; Jackie Venson presented the Andrew Bennett visual featuring art by Chris Rogers for the celebration of jubilant choices "Joy"; Lez Zeppelin covered "Immigrant Song" originally by the band that inspired their altered-namesake; Paul Mosley and The Red Meat Orchestra presented a listen to the timeless slice of day seizing "Because I Did Not Die Today"; Nick Murphy presented a look at a rooftop performance of "Dangerous (live from Orchard Street)"; Bblasian dropped a toast to the high and good life with "Above & Beyond"; Most People provided the smoky and sultry Seth Mendelson visual for the displays of desires on "Need a Little More"; The Cabin Fever got their karaoke on with the visual for "White Dwarf and a Supernova" off the Alone Together EP; Tiny Hueman delivered the shore shining single "Up the Coast"; Caribous delivered the sweet new single "Home"; Helado Negro provided a look at the Jason Evans visual for "Seen My Aura" from the album This is How You Smile; Lucy Dacus covered Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight"; Kim Gordon rocked the world with "Hungry Baby" off the new album No Home Record; FKA twigs provided a look at the visual for "Home With You" from the new album MAGDALENE; Gucci Mane dropped "Big Booty" ft. Megan Thee Stallion; Travis Scott dropped the mystic "Highest in the Room"; Channel Tres remixed Tyler, the Creator's "EARFQUAKE"; Danny Brown dropped the JPEGMAFIA-produced track "3 Tearz" ft. Run the Jewels; Trends delivered a new single with the endearing and evocative "Branches” accompanied by visuals from animated and designed by Jeremie Carreon and Aileen Alexandra; Neil Young announced the documentary Mountaintop chronicling the creation of the new album Colorado; Young Thug dropped the celebratory Hidji Films visual for "What's the Move" ft. Lil Uzi Vert; Chance the Rapper shared the visual for "We Go High"; Big Thief dropped the lauded album Two Hands; James Blake opened up in an essay about mental health and more; Rolling Loud removed a handful of artists due to NYPD safety concerns; former SOB x RBE member Lul G apprehended for murder; Tricky announced autobiography Hell is Around the Corner; CupcakKe is apparently quitting the music game; Lil Peep's mom versus the late artist's management team; we remember the life and times of Ginger Baker, the Muffs' Kim Shattuck and Eddie and the Hot Rods' Barrie Masters.

Keep up with all the buzz via Week in Pop’s news department.

Danny Brown brought the world the inspiring and amazing "Dirty Laundry" from the new album uknowhatimsayin¿ via WARP; Monster Rally gave us all the throwback action and more with "Adventure" from Adventures on the Floating Island via Gold Robot Records; Frankie Cosmos released the album Close it Quietly Sub Pop; Crystal Myslajek delivered the illustrious piano painted Cove via Moon Glyph; Sean Cronin, aka Ghost Warning, delivered the minimalist musings of "Very Good" and the single on the ins and outs of adulting with "Adulthood"; Chelsea Wolfe delivered the desperado style Gilbert Trejo visual/single "Deranged for Rock & Roll" and the single/video for the maudlin moods of "American Darkness" both from the album Birth of Violence via Sargent House; Tove Lo dropped "Really Don't Like U" ft. Kylie Minogue off the new album Sunshine Kitty; Pharmakon delivered the wild visual for "Devour", a collaboration between Margaret Chardiet, Jacqueline Castel and Caroline Schub; Wellington, New Zealand rising stars Mermaidens released Look Me in the Eye via Flying Nun Records; Sui Zhen dropped the powerful and empowering single "Being a Woman" via Cascine; Big Wish presented a look at the magical, mystical visual of life's mysteries with the mind-flipping beauty of "Through & Through" from their debut EP Real Angels Caught on Camera; LA's own Future Feats announced that their debut album will be arriving this fall via FADER Label and delivered the suave visual and single for "Nights Like Tonight" https://youtu.be/YQwABmLkqII; Emotional Indulgence, formerly Ethereal and the Queer Show (oka EATQS), released their celestial and otherworldly self-titled via Noumenal Loom; No Swoon delivered the dramatic visual for the epic single "Don't Wake Up, Wake Up" off their Substitute Scene Records self-titled; Boyscott are re-releasing Goose Bumps via Topshelf / Babe City Records; Black Marble gave us all the "Feels" in the visual off their Sacred Bones debut Bigger Than Life; WRENN delivered the empowered angst and triumph of "Psychosexual"; My Golden Calf presented the arty Blake Lange visual for "Rodent Roommate"; New York's Office Culture graced us with the serene single of first world grinding and struggles via "Hard Times in the City" featured off their album A Life of Crime; WesdaRuler delivered the album Ocean Drive via HHBTM and shared the stay-cation styles of "Stay at Home"; Vagabon, aka Lætitia Tamko, delivered the 16mm catpured Maegan Houang visual for "Water Me Down"; West My Friend delivered the oceanic swell of the "Salt Water" visual from the album In Constellation; Belgian group Portland dropped the masterful and delightful menace of "Killer's Mind" https://Portland.lnk.to/killersmind; Oakland artist Billie Gale released the Tiny Telephone-recorded album Imprint; Elizabeth presented a look at the evocative evening emotions of "beautiful baby" courtesy of Triana Hernandez and Dyllan Corbett; Lisa Prank dropped the cool rocking and radical "Ignore It" off the Father/Daughter album Perfect Love Song; Baby Shakes set the scene with the NYC takeover visual for "Cause a Scene"; Philadelphia's breakout act theaterkids released their debut single "pratfall" to shake some thoughtful dance moves into the fall solstice; Tyler, The Creator the classic, timeless and tense visual for "A Boy is a Gun"; Lee "Scratch" Perry to release the dub wise for the album Rainford with Heavy Rain; Chromatics shared the incredible new single "I Can Never Be Myself When You're Around" and released the album Closer to Grey; Xuan Rong delivered the electro beat experimentation essences of "Lay Apart"; Young M.A delivered the debut Herstory in the Making and the jubilant and bossy "No Mercy (Intro)" visual; Rod Wave delivered the reflective Logan Fields visual for the sentimental and sincere "Heart On Ice (Remix)" ft. Lil Durk; Sea Girls delivered the pop glow and luster of "Violet"; Space Above shared the electric sheen and entrancing energy of "Stolen Days" ft. Alisa Xayalith; Stawcrawler delivered the skint and spirited "No More Pennies" off the Rough Trade release Devour You; Kiwi Jr. dropped the careerist calamities of being a "Salary Man"; Tei Shi delivered the exotic visual for the duet "Even If It Hurts" with Blood Orange from the album La Linda; Trentemøller dropped Obverse; Poolbood delivered the emotive and earnest track "I'm Sorry" off the Accidental Popstar Records (Shamir's imprint) release Yummy; Vancouver Sleep Clinic strummed some endearing aural gestures of sincerity with "Fever"; Penelope Isles delivered the tumbling and tubular track "Round"; Julien Cheng shared a look at the trippy visual for the mesmerizing "Memory Loss" courtesy of Haoyan of America;

Basking in the solar rays of the solstice's golden glow
Capturing the spirit of summer 2019 in our collective hearts; photographed by Kerri O’Malley.

Capturing the spirit of summer 2019 in our collective hearts; photographed by Kerri O’Malley.

Amid the inescapable hype of international trade war debacles, the Amazon rain forest fire, and a tropical storm afoot — Week in Pop presents a quick look at some of the developing buzz from the pop culture circuits. Our top news story is that DIY pop's most innovative and enlightened star Jay Som just dropped the highly anticipated third album Anak Ko; Lady Lazarus returned with the incredible new single "I Know What It Feels Like" and the sentimental reflective single "Driving the Streets of Your Town" and visual featured off the new album Impossible Journey of My Soul Tonight; Missy Elliott is once again poised to takeover the entire world; Esther Rose released You Made it This Far via the independent contemporary vanguard imprint Father/Daughter; Fat Tony and Brady Watt delivered the bass thumping and kinetic new cut "Runnin'"; San Francisco band Nobody's Baby released their self-titled debut EP; Montreal's own Pascale Project graced us with the club-cut wall to wall jammer "Let Us Go" off the Orange Milk album Be Urself; Under Violet, the new outfit from Sara Bischoff previously from Web of Sunsets, presented a look at the haunted and bewitching landscape visuals that comprise the video for "Blame Me" featured off the previously released debut album; Mechanimal presented us with a look at the John Karabelas tech art visual for the synth-studded "Red Mirror" from their Inner Ear Records EP; Peaer announced the Tiny Engines album A Healthy Earth; ESS SEE arrived on the scene with the aptly titled breakout single "No. 1" that strives to be the one and only (with no time for second place); Oakland's pop wonders Parentz dropped the sensational synth soaked single "Dead Mall"; Micah E. Wood wowed the world with the elaborate Samantha Mitchell performance visual for "Ghost" ft. fellow local Bmore legend Bobbi Rush; Oakland's rising act Shutups rocked our world and the entire world at large with the monumental anticipated full-length Everyday I'm Less Zen; IDK launched the imprint Clue with a look at the hyper-real visual for the mind-opening "Digital" off of Is He Real; Mike Sempert released the moving album Reunion of Sparks via the artist's imprint Infinity Maps; Mustardmind delivered the experimental and exotic dulcets of "Docent"; American Football delivered a look at the intimate David M. Helman-directed visual for the candid and expressive "I Can't Feel You" ft. Rachel Goswell; Detroit's own Two Cheers shared the galactic coordinates of "Future Constellations"; Blossoms delivered a look at their monster-masked visuals for "Your Girlfriend"; Newcast dropped the ultimate summer road trip anthem with "Winona, Come On"; Cones present a look at the DIY moon pop visual for "Moonstone" from the Dangerbird album Pictures of Pictures; Twen presented a look at the sweet summer biking visual for "Damsel" off of Awestruck; City and Clour spilled their guts on the emotive energy of "Strangers"; Sheer Mag made everything wonderful in the world again with the radical jam "The Killer" off A Distant Call; Beak> shared a look at the surreal montage of masks video for "Life Goes On" from Alfredo Lopez from the Temporary Residence/Invada Records EP Life Goes On; Richard Spitzer delivered the holistic acoustic strummer "Synthesizer"; Sanctuary Lakes (members of Cut Copy and Midnight Juggernauts) delivered the their self-titled debut album via Cutters Records; Clipping announced the new Sub Pop album There Existed an Addiction to Blood with a listen to the throwback horror flick styles of "Nothing is Safe"; Lil Tecca delivered the statement of status with "Ransom"; Drake dropped the Theo Skudra video for "Money in the Grave" ft. Rick Ross;

Kleptokrat expanded our collective minds with the big fiery roars and visions of consciousness expanding towers of sound on Momentarily, To Grace; GRAACE delivered the opulent Gabriel Gasparinatos visual for the smoky new single "Have Fun At Your Party"; Ummagma announced the new release Compass with a listen to the elevated electronic essences of "High Day"; DMZ artist Maryjo Mattea delivered some earnest pop for the broken hearted and down trodden lovers with "Candlelight and Roses"; Chris Jamison dropped the ultra radio pop pomp of "Go"; Wylder delivered the summertime dreaming, sun worshipping single "The Lake"; Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello's steamy "Señorita" video; Friendly Fires returned with the shadow play glow of "Silhouettes" from the album Inflorescent; Kim Gordon presented a look at the Loretta Fahrenholz video for "Sketch Artist" off the Matador Records album No Home Record; GRLwood delivered the anthem of angst and rebellion with "I Hate My Mom"; Tennis System delivered a look at the surreal dream-world style visual for the electric and emotively charged single "Turn" from the Graveface album Lovesick; Luxury offered a listen to the shimmering and sentimental prizes of Trophies; Manchester's Cleargreen delivered the working class anthem for the masses "People" along with the everyday people visual from Tarnish Vision; Frauds delivered the eccentric visual for "Putin's Day Off"; Oh Sees presented us with a look at the throwback video game style visual from Eaten Alive Illustrations for "Poisoned Stones" off the Castle Face album Face Stabber; Jess Clinton delivered the wondrous single of perseverance and purpose titled "Make It"; States & Capitals delivered a look at the minimalist visual for the ultra feels/ultra pop single "Feelings"; Devon Welsh delivered a listen about the clashes, contras and confrontations of "War"; Phebe Starr presented a look at the introspective animated visual for the reflective and melancholy "Bad News" from Helena Papageorgiou; Tess Henley presented a look at the inspiring Rosanna Peng-directed visual for "Same Girl"; Stand Up and Say No aired the amplified sentiments of "Electrified"; Chickn delivered the frenetic, kinectic and electric fun of their new single "Infrared Panda Club" off the upcoming Inner Ear Records album Bel Espirit; dedicated to the life of the iconic Sadie Roberts-Joseph, Seratones deliver the apt visual for the equally aptly titled "Power"; Tony Harrah delivered a cycle of heart penned hymns with Unicorns; Gallery 47 delivered an an epic anthem for the weekdays and weekends with "Weeklong"; mxmtoon delivered the ode to the shifts that occur with each new solstice with the visual for "Seasonal Depression"; Joseph delivered the fight song/rallying call of "Fighter"; UMMAGMA delivered the hummingbird flutter and meditative/levitative single & visual for "High Day" from the album Compass; Shakespears Sister returned with the mighty "C U Next Tuesday"; Tei Shi shared the illuminations of "Red Light"; Oakland's Billie Gale shared the atmospheric majesty of "The Rules"; Geena Fontanella took the audience on a transportive "Trip"; Lil Pump dropped the shoulder shrugging "Pose to Do" ft. French Montana & Quavo; Haim debuted the new song "Summer Girl"; Charli XCX & Christine and the Queens delivered the visual for "Gone"; Twin Peaks presented the Ariel & Leo visual for "Dance Through It"; SOPHIE announced the OIL OF EVERY PEARL'S UN-INSIDES non-stop remix collection; Vivian Girls are back with the single "Sick" and a look at the awesome and exciting visual for "Something to Do" off the new Polyvinyl album Memory;

Eli Raybon released the epic album Supertoys; Nnena shared the JD Dillard visual for the bossy and earnest anthem "Lovesick"; Final Child presented a look at the throwback styles that comprise the "Afterlife" visual; LOVING delivered the lovely and loverly single "Visions" via Last Gang Records; Miss Eaves presented the commentary on modern romance with the Shanthony Exum visual for the Rich Matthew-produced "Left Swipe Left"; Color Palette dropped the chill road and world tripping track "Marrakech to Bombay"; West / Step mesmerized our collective senses with the post-post-tech-modernist shimmering single "Hackurwayhome"; Kacy Hill delivered the earnest and sentimentally expressive single and synchronized swimming visual for "To Somebody Else"; Starcrawler presented the visceral and rocking Jellyclaw visual for "Bet My Brains" off the Rough Trade album Devour You; Field Mouse shared the shimmering and shining new single "Black Hole, Son" off their new Topshelf album Meaning; pop icons Nudity delivered a ripping cover of The Creation's timeless "Making Time"; Young Mister presented the sweet, sincere and intimate single "What If I?"; Whitney Fenimore presented the endearing and earnest expressions of "Feel it Too"; introducing the new Brooklyn label Whatever's Clever with word of the new Field Guides album This is Just a Place who shared their lovely new duet single "Guessing at Animals"; Sui Zhen presented the world with a slice of urban ecstasy via "Matsudo City Life"; Final Child presented a look at the sci-fi war style b/w visual for "Ruthless Liar" courtesy of Wild Type Productions; WESLEE delivered the spark of sentimentality and earnest expressions in abundance via "Something Bout You"; City and Colour presented the moving number of life and illumination via "Living in Lightning" via A Pill For Loneliness; San Francisco's Bear Call arrived to "Harsh" your mellow with a whole new type of Bay Area mellow off the Resurrection Records album Fancy Acid; The Bobby Lees spilled the skronk-fest of "GutterMilk"; Girl Ray presented the expressive and introspective Crusoe Weston visual for "Show Me More"; Chromatics covered Jackson C. Frank's "Dialogue (I Want to Be Alone)" with "I Want to Be Alone"; Julien Chang dropped a slice of pensive pop via "Butterflies from Monaco"; Rose Dorn shared the sun-kissed cherished shine of "Collar"; frogi cast the reflective evening time sultry glow of "moonlight"; One High Five delivered the caloric indulgences of "Fast Food"; Iggy Pop delivered the visual for "James Bond" off the album Free; Vince Staples dropped "So What?" in conjunction with The Vince Staples Show; Blackbear helped close out the sunny solstice season with "Hot Girl Bummer"; ESS SEE delivered Waiting for the Sky to Fall; WaterPenny shared the visual for "Rules"; Vagabon re-releasing the The Women in Me as a self-titled for Nonesuch https://www.nonesuch.com/ and delivered the wonderful “Water Me Down”; Charli XCS dropped the track "Miss U" https://youtu.be/DSQEKEegiH0 GRAACE gave the world their take on modern romance with "21st Century Love"; Pusha-T dropped the Kanye West-produced track "Sociopath" ft. Kash Doll; Yo Gotti delivered the posture pop of "Pose" ft. Lil Uzi Vert; Taylor Swift-mania in full swing over the new album Lover; Dia De Los Deftones returns November 2 in San Diego at Petco Park; Tay-K's guilty verdict; Ryan Adams attempting a comeback; we remember David Berman, Bob Frank, Johnny Clegg, Neal Casal and Prince Rama called it a day with the release of the Rage in Peace EP as Taraka Larson plots a solo album.

Keep up with all the breaking buzz via Week in Pop’s news department.

Coastal escapes into the great wide yonder of Big Sur; photograph captured by Kerri O’Malley.

Coastal escapes into the great wide yonder of Big Sur; photograph captured by Kerri O’Malley.

Sea, sand & sun sensations
Scanning the coasts and surveying the seagull wing spanning oceans of pop; press photo via Week in Pop.

Scanning the coasts and surveying the seagull wing spanning oceans of pop; press photo via Week in Pop.

Surveying the latest top stories, we learned that reproductive rights won out in Illinois (as the battle continues elsewhere), international tech wars rage on, tariff trifles carry forward and more — Week in Pop delivers some of the latest breaking media that is currently on our radar. The latest news is that Brooklyn pop star Barleaux returned with the deeply and dearly enriched and emotively encoded single "Code" via AWAL; red steppes announced the Native Cat album Arcs with a listen to the adversity conquering ballad of purpose and ode to rising above life's challenges on "Trouble"; Hélène Barbier delivered a look at the stuffed bear psych visual for "The Good Thing" off the album Have You Met Elliott? via Emotional Response/Caballito Records; Ryan Pollie delivered the beautiful, heart and mind opening song "Getting Clean" featured off the ANTI- self-titled; Squadda B released Squadda Mania; Yumi Zoumi shared a look at the snazzy, sassy and stylish LA steeped visual for "Crush (It's Late, Just Stay)" from Robbie Barnett, Austin Roa and Carter Ross, starring Caroline Hebert, Chase Williamson and the band; Arlo Day delivered a look at the intimate Holly Taylor, Elena Isolini & Esther Collins visual for the melancholic and moody "Bad Timing" from the Domino EP of the same name; Claire Morales unveiled the rustic and wild Ana Dria visual for "Sibylle" from the anticipated new album All That Wanting; Boulevards shared the energetic and throwback r&b styles of "My Baby's Gone"; Baloji released the album album Kaniama: The Yellow Version via Bella Union & the film The Kaniama Show; Crumb dropped the specter soaring "Ghostride" and followed it with the mesmerizing “Fall Down” from the debut album Jinx; DESURE delivered a look at the Collin Duddy visual for the ode to the SoCal city of angels, "Los Angeles"; Huntly presented a look at the performance visual from Dyllan Corbett for the earnest and expressive "Giving Circle"; Ananya Birla delivered the boss jam "Blackout" ft. WurlD & Vector; The Glow, Mike Caridi of LVL UP, dropped the album Am I via Double Double Whammy; Gemma unveiled the passionate and purposeful single "'Til We Lose the Feeling" off the second album Feeling's Not a Tempo via Double Double Whammy; Rose McGowan and David J (Bauhaus, Love & Rockets) collaborated on "The Auteur (Redux/Starlet's Cut)"; Chris Orrick released the album Out to Sea; Emmrose delivered the piercing pop gaze of "Dangerous Eyes"; Tucson's Chateau Chateau delivered the fresh summer saturated sounds with the Evidence EP; Spencer Radcliffe released the album Hot Spring via Run For Cover; Mae Muller dropped the anthem about the joys of being your own person with the visual for "Anticlimax"; The Code unveiled the mercury EP; Miraa May delivered smack down on all the haters with "FWM"; Sarasara delivered the tangled sensual visuals for "Into Me See" via Orgone; Portland's Tara Velarde the emotion rising EP Rise; Meyru delivered the ecstatic emotions and energy of "Something I Like"; Skepta presented the Duncan Loudon co-directed visual for the real life tales of "Bullet From a Gun" seen spitted straight from a bench in a Camden Town tube station; Dude York delivered the Jared Caldwell-directed visual of performance pop art antics for "Box" off the Hardly Art album Falling;

Baseball Gregg dished out their latest sentimental single "The Movies" ft. Pecas & William Corduroy and the illuminated “Hong Kong Hike”; Ess Ford delivered a slice of PNW vibes with the single "Rainforest Town"; (Sandy) Alex G announced the Domino album House of Sugar and shared the demolition derby visual from Zev Magasis for the uplifting and grateful anthem "Gretel"; San Francisco's DEWR presented the infomercial style visual for "Serenity"; Ted Kennedy sent along the intatiable club jam "Not Enough"; Renni Rucci delivered the flashy and elevated visual for "Elevators"; Santa Cruz artist Joe Kaplow shared the rustic folk ode "Corncob Pipe"; Kevin Morby delivered the energetic fun of the "OMG Rock n Roll" visual; Alice Cohen & The Channel 14 Weather Team delivered the glamorous and sensationally spring shimmering visual from Gabrielle Muller for "Plastic Paradise" from the NNA Tapes album Artifical Fairytales; Fleet delivered the acoustic aura of introspection and earnest expression with the beautiful work of heartbreaks and happiness that is Forever the Optimist via In Black Records; Night Moves shared the action packed adventure odyssey Cameron Dutra visual for "Strands Align" off the Domino Records album Can You Really Find Me; Cold Showers presented a viewing of the Travis Waddell video for "Shine" off the Dais album Motionless; Seba Kaapstad delivered the neon night visual for "Don't" off the Mello Music album Thina; Brijean delivered a look at the video within the video visual for "Show & Tell" from the debut EP Walkie Talkie; Micah E. Wood delivered the evocative single "Take It Slow" & the aerobic workout visual for "Stay Right Here" ft. Josh Stokes, directed by Jeffery Chance; hear the snazzy, smooth and silky Zach Burba's Margarita mix of Dear Nora's "Worship the Cactus"; Lil Keed dropped the pride and poise of "Proud of Me" ft. Young Thug; SZA, The Weeknd and Travis Scott delivered the visual for the collaborative cut "Power is Power"; Julia Shapiro delivered the sentimental and sincere Claire Buss visual for the earnest and wistful "A Couple Highs" and the self-directed visual for the moving and shifting single “Shape” off the debut album Perfect Version arriving June 14 via Hardly Art; Fury delivered Failed Entertainment via Run For Cover; Leeches presented the rocker "Flowers in the Garden" via Leisure Records; Gypsy Temple shared the expressive visual for "Today"; Mac DeMarco delivered the dramatic visual for "On the Square" from William Sipos & Sean Campos, starring Tommy Midnight; Cat Clyde presented a look at the arid desert epic animated visual for "Bird Bone" from Xavier Palin; argonaut&wasp presented a look at the posh life thriller visual for "Monacillo"; Denzel Curry dropped ZUU; Z Money delivered the paper rain visual for "Shawty Paid Intro" from Diesel Filmz, produced by DY and JMoney World; Lil Tecca presented the Cole Bennett summer workout regiment visual for "Ransom"; Rod Wave delivered the video that follows the artist from the studio, to the stage and beyond for the introspective "Heart On Ice"; Jonah Yano & BADBADNOTGOOD dropped the expressive makeup applying visual for the intimate single "nervous" from the forthcoming debut EP via Innovative Leisure;

Jay Som announce the album Anak Ko for Polyvinyl and unveiled the asphalt speeding single and visual for "Superbike"; Color Collage presented us with a look at the Kate Bennis-directed video for the warm and caring single "Eye On You" that features aerobics with Ivy and the ladies of the Penn South Program for Seniors; Modern Love Child shared the inspired visual odyssey for "Golden Brown" from the debut album; MrENC delivered the emotive tinged anthems of urgency and intrigue with "We Set Things Right" off the Velvet Blue Music EP On and On and On; Tyler, the Creator presented the television show style performance visual for "Earfquake" off the album Igor; Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth dropped the Frou Frou jam "Guitar Song (Live)" via Linda Perry and Kerry Brown’s We Are Hear imprint; Lisel shared the wondrous visuals for "Ciphers" from Jing Niu, Zoë Alyce Salnave and Philips Shum; Freddie Gibbs and Madlib delivered the visual for "Crime Pays" from their album Bandana; Ellis delivered a look at the moving Justin Singer visual for the evocative early spring energy of "Something Blue"; Athens' Dury Dava delivered a listen to the mind tripping cosmic cut "Σάτανα" from their debut s/t album via Inner Ear; CAPYAC shared a slick and smooth remix of BUHU's single "Yew"; Whispering Sons shared a look at the eerie forest set visual for "Hollow" directed by Pieter De Ridder; Pearl Charles delivered the sweet summertime visual for "Sunshine Wine"; The Y Axes delivered the escapist energies of "Get Away"; The Warhawks busted out all the warhammers with the mind raging and fist waving single "Never Felt So Good"; G Flip delivered a look at the romantic visual from Lucy Knox for "I Am Not Afraid"; Abe Hollow shared the subdued song that centers around graven images and more with "Golden Calf"; Hatchie delivered the road touring visual for "Obsessed" off Keepsake (Double Double Whammy, Heavenly Recordings and Ivy League); Loving delivered the lush and lovely single "Nihilist Kite Flyer"; James World delivered the DIY full-length of blistering and raw expressions with Funny Dreams; Doodie brings it all back home in the visual for "Time Out"; Flipp Dinero delivered the statement of needed solace with "Leave Me Alone"; Pom Pom Squad, lead by Mira Berrin, shared the single of things that that grate on the psyche with the aptly titled "Heavy Heavy"; Liam Duncan delivered the big bouquet of post-breakup pop with "Can't Stop Calling You Baby"; J-E-T-S, aka Machinedrum and Jimmy Edgar, dropped the album ZOOSPA via Innovative Leisure; Very Jazzed's Chase DeMaster launched the fun, DIY and poppy Get a Life project; Tee Lerrone delivered the warehouse dance jam banger "I Turn Nothing Into Everything" https://orcd.co/e0jm13k; Tove Lo delivered the good riddance breakup anthem "Glad He's Gone"; New Zealand group Miss June signed to Frenchkiss Records and dropped the righteous rocker "Best Girl" https://orcd.co/mjbestgirl; Jai Paul hype; the return of Pavement; and we remember Roky Erickson and Leon Redbone.

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New spring cycles bring developing styles
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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