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Aquatic embraces in the autumn season of Aries
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"; 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"; 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 and delivered the wonderful “Water Me Down”; Charli XCS dropped the track "Miss U" 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"; 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"; Jai Paul hype; the return of Pavement; and we remember Roky Erickson and Leon Redbone.

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The avenues and leave awnings of autumn changes

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 Lee shared an ambient and organic listen to the album Mirror 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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Swimming through the fairest of the solstices & seasons

In our efforts to hunker down and brace for Hurricane Florence, iOS 12 GM hype, political posturing, gestures and more—Week in Pop shares snapshots of developing media stories beyond the headlines and entertainment pages. Top news is that Zenizen delivered the illustrious and expansive new single "Es Is"; phem continues a reign of dominance with the new SremmLife-styled single "Swae Lee"; Banny Grove delivered The Speech; Yumi Zouma announced EP III via Cascine with a listen to the glamorous splendor of "In Camera"; Fat Spirit are working on an upcoming album slated for release in October via Citrus City and delivered a listen to the DIY ripping and roaring fresh singles "Ace of Cups" and "Cul De Sac"; Shamir released the hotly anticipated self-released album Resolution; Drinker returned with the consciousness enveloping and uplifting movement of epic proportions titled "Fragment II"; Nashville legend Connor Youngblood shared the cosmic ethereal twang and electric hymn of "Cheyenne" via Counter Records; Foliage delivered a look at the sincere visuals from David Rodriguez for the endearing expressions of "Let's Go Home"; Bay Area institution the Anita Lofton Project delivered the potent statements of self-actualization and more with the radical "Boom Boom"; Empress Of announced the upcoming album Us available October 19; Hop Along presented a look at the Derrick Belcham visual for "Somewhere a Judge"; YBN Cordae delivered the Lyrical Lemonade visual for "Scotty Pippen"; Devonté Hynes presented a look at the self-directed visual for the new Blood Orange single "Saint"; Joey Purp dropped the bossy YAKUB Films visual for "Bag Talk" off the upcoming QUARTERTHING; J Mascis announced the new album Elastic Days available November 8 via Sub Pop with a listen to the sentimental strumming single "See You at the Movies"; Cardi B presented the Mike Ho phone chord motif visual for "Ring" ft. Kehlani; Brooke Candy presented the Pastelae video for "My Sex" ft. Pussy Riot, Mykki Blanco & MNDR; Young Thug delivered the album Slime Language; Moonwalker presented the world the snazzy cool car visuals for "Conquer" via Standby Records; behold the breathtaking earthy and ethereal beauty that abounds in Arnór Dan's visual for "Stone By Stone" directed by Andri Haraldsson; Father announced the Awful Swim project available September 21; Basement Revolver rocked us with the ethereal storm crashing cataclysms of "Heavy Eyes"; Omni Gardens, oka Moon Glyph boss Steve Rosborough previously of Soothsayer, announced the album West Coast Escapism available September 28 via Holodeck delivering a look at the mind expanding Victor Enriquez video for thought pop of "Thinking"; Guerilla Toss delivered the title track "Twisted Crystal" and the new single "Green Apple" from the upcoming DFA album; Soccer Mommy presented an intimate and evocative cover of the Boss's iconic single "I'm On Fire" featured off the forthcoming Henry/I'm On Fire 7"; Emily Magpie delivered the steam driving single "Last Train"; Justus Proffit & Jay Som delivered their cool cruising and jangling collaborative single "Nothing's Changed" off the EP of the same name available September 28 via Polyvinyl; Madeline Kenney presented the meditative and transcendent visuals for the new single "Overhead" a look at the lavish and glamorous minimal visual for "Bad Idea" from the upcoming album Perfect Shapes available October 5 via Carpark; Supersilent sent word of the new album 14 available September 28 via Smalltown Supersound with a listen to the atmospheric environments of "14.7"; We Are Parasols presented the celestial sky scorching single "The Gods Have Become Disease"; Tolliver delivered the DIY visuals from Kellen Malloy for the evocative and expressive single "Emmanuel"; SG Lewis delivered the illustrious dance floor destroyer "Hurting" ft. AlunaGeorge from the Dust, Dark, Dawn trilogy; Illingsworth rolls the die on "DnD" ft. Denmark Vessey ; Old Smile, aka New Jersey's prolific Tom Herman, released the radical consciousness expanding Ripple Trail EP along with the videos for "Shifting Avenue" and "Another One"; Toronto sibling duo SWANES delivered the singles of loathsome luxury with "I Hate Summer" and the romantic rhythms of "BPD"; ASHRR presented the puppetry themed visual from Keith Musil for the snazzy single "Sometimes"; Portland's own noise denizens The Fourth Wall broke down the barriers of sonic conventions with their Bug Hunt album Infinite Other; Beauty in Chaos previewed the upcoming album finding beauty in chaos with the retro riding single "Storm" ft. Ashton Nyte; Shaun Durkan (of Weekend) released the mixtape Argot; Princess Chelsea presented the Super 8 video from Anastasia Doniants for "Wasting Time" along with the the fairy tale epic visual for "I Miss My Man", both off the upcoming album The Loneliest Girl available September 7 via Lil' Chief Records; Holy Golden took us on an audio and visual trip to a "Lost Island" from their upcoming album Sleepers in the Milky Way; Sarah P. delivered the fashionable shore coasting visual for "Millennial Girl" from George Geranios; MNEK delivered Language; Papercuts delivered the humors and hauntings of "Laughing Man" off the album Parallel Universe Blues available this fall via Slumberland; Cautious Clay delivered the regal and radical new single "Crowned"; Peel Dream Magazine shared the endearing dream machine of "Shenandoah" from the album Qi Velocity available October 4 via Slumberland; Spain delivered the sun inspired sentiments of "Maya in the summer"; The Brazen Youth unveiled the new album Primitive Initiative; Young Readers delivered the slow stepping emotive textures of "Dancing"; Psychedelic Porn Crumpets delivered their situationist search for satisfaction with "Social Candy"; The Unlikely Candidates delivered the ecstasy of newfound discovery with "Best I Ever Had"; Adam Hood delivered some twang with the new single "She Don't Love"; Heather Morgan delivered the storm weathering ballad of "Your Hurricane"; Asleep at the Wheel presented the honky-tonk piano pop of "Seven Nights to Rock"; Dillon Carmichael brought some southern comforts with the softly swaying square dance of "Dancing Away with My Heart"; Peluché delivered the expressive and intimate single "Figure Me Out" taken off the debut album Unforgettable available September 28 via One Little Indian Records; PANDA$ joined the Danger Village family with a listen to the peaceful gestures of "Love After War" ft. Anastastia Elliot; Her's delivered the candid cut "Under Wraps" off of Invitation to Her’s available August 24 via Heist or Hit; Sea Moya presented the illustrious and electric single "The Long Run" off the album Falmenta available October 12; Darryl Rahn delivered the ballroom invitational ballad "Everybody's Dancin'"; K Michelle DuBois delivered free growing and free flowing anthem "Wild Weed"; Calvin Valentine delivered the smooth speeding cruiser of "911 Turbo" off Keep Summer Safe available September 14 via Mello Music Group; Bernhoft delivered the cyber-self single of "Humanoid"; YBN Nahmir dropped the yacht life visual from Christian Breslauer for "No Relations", announcing the new mixtape arriving September 7; check out the synth-lit RAC Remix of Noah Kahan’s new single "Come Down"; Honey Moon delivered the new serene and sweetly stitched single "Yours, Girl"; The Chairman Dances presented the dimension beyond conventional directions titled "No Compass, No Map" along with the visuals for "Acme Parking Garage" both off the upcoming album Child of My Sorrow available August 24; Lando Chill announced the new album Black Ego available October 12 via Mello Music Group and dropped the smooth, suave and wavy "Peso" ft. Quelle Chris & Rey along with the ethereal illustrations of "Dah Vapor" ft. Swansuit; Plums announced EP 02 arriving September 7 via Forged Artifacts with a listen to the windy wonder "Wendy"; M.A.D. emerged on the scene with the serenity soaring single "Everything";

Nightmares on Wax shared the radical remix of Solomon Grey's "Wonderful World"; Seasaw delivered the imaginative Nate Chappell visual for "God(zilla)"; Cool Life shared the performance pop visuals for "Waves" ft. Eric Nally; NAVVI presented the atmospheric ambiance of "Us"; Sophie Colette presented the expressive and affectionate illustrations of "That Kind of Love"; Little Pieces presented an antidote to our collective exhaustion with the visual for "Tired All the Time"; Suede delivered the Mike Christie visual for "Life Is Golden" filmed in the abandoned city of Pripyat, Ukraine; Free Money delivered the anthem raging single "Up in the Sky"; Petrol Girls defined what true life sororities are via the visuals for "Sister"; Nick Wilson raised the brightness of the day with the single "Get Up"; Skylar Spence brought all the latter day summer sensational sentiments via the Jen Goma visual for "Carousel"; Colyn Cameron, previously of Wake Owl, announced the debut solo album Sad & Easy available October 12 with a look at the rustic Rob Rice visual for the expressive single "Loss For Words"; Adeline, of Escort, shared the sensually expressive aesthetic visual from Liza Voloshin for "Swirl"; Parrot Dream delivered the new stratosphere surveying single "Cloudchaser"; Masego dropped the new meets vintage swagger of "Old Age" ft. SiR; Exploded View delivered the dark flying new single "Raven Raven"; Calvin Valentine dropped a little old school analogue with the fresh single "Vhs" ft. Illa J; DeModa delivered the urgent and immediate embraces of "All We Got" ft. Akacia; KT Tunstall shared the creative channels and currents of "The River"; Abandoned by Bears delivered a listen to the album Headstorm; Kanye x Lil Pump's "I Love It" video produced by Spike Jones; Holychild delivered the bright and snazzy new single "Hundred Thousand Hearts"; The Little Miss delivered the escapist request of "Take Me, Too" off the American Dream EP; Elk City delivered the holistic mysticism of the Ray Ketchem video for "Root Beer Shoes"; Kailee Morgue delivered the oceanic aesthetics of "Siren"; Party Hardly delivered the fist clenched and arm raising anthem "Terry Shure"; Leeds' own Far Caspian presented the world with the beautiful and comforting new single "The Place"; FEVA delivered the comfort space shaking single "Uneasy"; KiingRod delivered the flashy video for "Chimmy" ft. DaBoii of SOB X RBE off the Just the Beginning mixtape; OTM Frenchyy presented the intense and real visual for "Seen It All" ft. Rod Wave; Lions of Dissent delivered a look at the radical Tim Baker visual for "Honey From Hell" via Lion Rebel Recordings; The Goon Sax delivered a listen to the defeatist ballad "We Can't Win" off the upcoming album We're Not Talking available September 14 via Wichita Recordings; HEX delivered the gothed-out and groovy Amber Beaton directed video for "Billboard";  Evvol delivered a listen to the single "Song For the Broken Hearted (Rollin')"; Suicideyear delivered the cryptic Ryan Clarke visual for "Tired"; Billy Lemos brought all the weird and wondrous vibes with the totally DIY designed AWKWARD EP; Perry Selba delivered an inspired listen to "And You Are?" ft. Scott McCaughey off of Wherefore Art Thou? Songs Inspired By Nick Hornby’s Juliet, Naked; Rude Audio shared a look at the day-prepping visual for "To the Sun" off the Rude Redux EP available October 8; Yoko Ono delivered a look at the visual for the potent patriarchy crushing "Woman Power" from the upcoming album Warzone available October 19 via Chimera Music; Dakota Blue released the anticipated album Plaza to Plaza; London's own The Swagger presented the heavy rocker "Heart 'N' Soul"; Cape Weather delivered the expressive and earnest new single "Orchestration"; June West presented a look at the natural and free-spirited Drew Xanthopoulos visual for "Game to Claim"; Dead Ceremony shared the heartbreaking narrative of relationship discontinuities via the Zak Harney visual for "Heartache"; NYC crew 79.5 delivered the single of pensive perspectives with "Facing East" from the debut album Predictions available September 28 via Big Crown Records; Helena Deland delivered the beautiful and spirit raising single "Rise" off Altogether Unaccompanied Vol. III & IV available October 19 via Luminelle Recording; VRWRK delivered the brand new album of outsider and insider vibes On the Outside; GABI delivered the unconscious awakening movement "Sleep" off of the upcoming Double Double Whammy album Empty Me available October 5; TNT Tez delivered the summer blasting visual for "Wok" produced by Internet Money; Interpol delivered a look at the Hala Matar video for "If You Really Love Nothing"; Her's released Invitation to Her’s' via Heist or Hit; Church Girls delivered the sincere fresh single "Dead Wood" off the upcoming EP Home available September 7; E-40 delivered the album The Gift of Gab; Desiigner dropped "Shoot"; Logic dropped "The Return"; Rubblebucket delivered Sun Machine; Ohmme delivered a listen to Parts via Joyful Noise; Mr.Koifish, fronted by Morten Køie, presented the new heavy single "The End"; Amir Obe presented the world with Can't Be a ____ Here: Chapter 1; Colter Wall delivered a classic slice of Americana with "Saskatchewan in 1881" off Songs of the Plains; Pearl Charles delivered the throwback styled visual from Cherokee Neas for "All The Boys" ; A Shoreline Dream presented a look at the performance video from Ryan Policky for the ethereal single "Waitout" via Latenight Weeknight Records; Clark Twain shared some power pop sentiments with the single "Try Too Hard"; m1nk delivered a look at the visual for the outer reaching new single "The Far Side" via Seja Records; Emma Louise presented a look at the live at 64 Sound performance visual for "Falling Apart"; Brooks Thomas delivered the expressions of inertia with “Gravity” from the upcoming album Poison available September 21; Japanese Television delivered the psych jam "Country Joe" off the self-titled debut EP available September 7 via Tip Top Recordings; Bas delivered the anticipated album Milky Way; Lights On Moscow delivered the transcendent debut single "Lord Let Me Know"; Yelle delivered the visual for the exasperated, artistically explicit and illustrative audio of "OMG!!!"; Danny Brown unveiled new material via Twitch; Mark Kozelek announced album with Donny McCaslin and Jim White of Dirty Three called Mark Kozelek with Donny McCaslin and Jim White available March 1 via Caldo Verde; Mac DeMarco covered Haruomi Hosono's "Honey Moon"; BTS and Nicki Minaj collaborated on "Idol"; Courtney Barnett presented the Ashley Connor 16mm filmed visual for "Charity"; Chance, Joey Purp, KAMI and Smoko Ono dropped the colalborative cut "Reboot"; Klein delivered the visual for "Brother"; Dave Davies of The Kinks announced an album of unreleased solo material titled Decade available October 12 via Red River Entertainment/Green Amp; Death Cab covered Richard Swift's "Most of What I Know"; Mykki Blanco starred in the short "Wypipo"; Loretta Lynn announced that the anticipated album Wouldn't It Be Great will be available September 18, sharing the title track; Primal Scream announced the upcoming long-overdue release of Give Out But Don’t Give Up: The Original Memphis Sessions available October 12; Poppy and Diplo dropped the Titanic Sinclair visual for their track "Time is Up"; Christine and the Queens presented a look at the Colin Solal Cardo visual for "5 Dollars"; Madonna debuted "Beautiful Game" at the MET Gala; Samantha Glass presented a look at the b/w video for the synth-studded sentiments of "Cruel Anxiety"; Connan Mockasin announced the new album Jassbusters available October 12 with a look at the visual for "Con Conn Was Impatient"; Brooklyn artist BAYLi presented the romantic and sensual power couple video for "Mr. & Mrs. Smith (Yin)"; Royal Canoe delivered the Kevan Funk visual for "Rayz" from the upcoming album Waver available Jauary 25 via Paper Bag Records; Chicago's own Desert Liminal released their anticipated evocative and electric cassette Comb for Gold;

North Americans' "Cutty" roadside attraction video from Rocco Rivetti; Black Eyed Peas delivered a look at the video for "Constant Part 1 and 2" ft. Slick Rick; LANSKI offered up some electronic emotive exhibitions with "Vows"; RYAN Playground delivered the end of summer semblances of "Empty Pool" ft. Lontalius; Fusilier delivered the conflicts and contras of "dueling"; Berlin's Godmother, aka Joey Hansom, delivered the meditations on mortality with "Death Drive"; Lauren Duski delivered the reflective visual for "Costume Party"; Alice Smith covered the classic "House of the Rising Sun" with a whole lotta passion; Ro Ransom delivered the big slapping and rolling anthem of motivation "Might Go" ft. Kensei Abbot featured off the upcoming release Possessed available September 14 via Same Plate Entertainment; Cosmic Strip delivered a taste of their latest high "Sugar Rush" featured off the debut EP Heavenly; Harp Samuels delivered the sea to sky drifting velocity of "Away"; Pastel Ghost delivered a listen to the mercurial quicksilver shine of "Mercury" featured off the forthcoming album Ethereality available October 5 via Cleopatra Records; Young Dolph presented a look at the major key boss life video for "Major" ft. Key Glock off Role Model available September 21; Slothrust delivered a listen to the observatory experience of "Planetarium" off The Pact available September 14 via Dangerbird Records; Dev Ray delivered the new cryptic castle crumbling single "Palaces" via Dangerbird Records; Becky Warren delivered the road wandering visual for "The Drake Motel"; Maceo Plex remixed Maribou State's "Nervous Tics"; Steven A. Clark delivered the new Boys Noize-produced epic and eternal single "On and On"; Ava Luna presented a look at the Becca Kauffman and Bucky Illingworth visual for "Childish" from the upcoming album Moon 2 available September 7 via Western Vinyl; Henry Chadwick delivered a look at the self-drawn visual for "Wrong Way" from the new Marlin Fisher album; People Museum dropped a listen to the new single electric and art-felt expressions "Bible Belt" from the debut album I Dreamt You In Technicolor available September 28; Sleepy Zuhoski provided a look at the soul searching in the modern world video for the Lights cover "Muscle Memory" off the Palo Santo Records release Better Haze; Don Q released Don Season 2 via High Bridge; Many Voices Speak released the anticipated debut Tank Town via Hit City U.S.A. / Strangers Candy; Saintseneca released the album Pillar of Na via ANTI- Records with a look at the live performance of "Beast in the Garden"; Deru delivered the visual Refuge via Friends of Friends; Human People provided a listen to the electric garage heroics of "Jenny" via Exploding in Sound; It Looks Sad. announced the album Sky Lake available November 2 via Tiny Engines delivering a listen to the ethereal bridging of the oceans and the heavens with "Drool"; San Francisco's Dangermaker sent word of the new album Run (available October 5) with a look at the snazzy performance pop visual for "Pressure"; Sarah Chernoff of Mt. Si shared the uplifting and transcendent CSCN single "You're Free" b/w the clandestine moods of "Crime"; Dead Soft announced the New Emotion EP available October 5 via Arts & Crafts with a look at the analogue summer send-off visuals for "Down"; The Black Black sent word of the upcoming album Gravity & Time available September 21 delivering a listen to the late night chasing single "Midnight Expectation"; Yowler provided a listen to the acoustic illustrations of "Angel" off the album Black Dog in My Path available October 12 from Double Double Whammy; Wish You Were Here, aka Jesse Barnett, offered a listen to the sweet and sincere debut single "No Say"; Behaviorist, Stephen Chen from San Fermin, delivered the brass inflected demonstration of "Long Division" feat. Kristin Slipp; Collapsing Scenery delivered the decadence within the dissonance on the track "Resort Beyond The Last Resort"; Gestures delivered the hanging on and hanging out single "Holding On" from the debut album Funny Games available November 9 via PNKSLM Recordings; The Game dropped "DTF" ft. YG, Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih; Matthew Dear shared the title track singles and "Echo" off the upcoming new album Bunny available October 12 via Ghostly; JP Harris delivered a look and listen to the visual for "JP's Florida Blues #1"; DJ Seinfeld remixed George FitzGerald's "Burns"; Peter Bibby delivered the bird-brained Aaron McCann-directed visual for "Long Baby"; Tkay Maidza released the new EP Last Year Was Weird Vol. 1 via Downtown Records with a listen to the new floral blooming and booming single "White Rose"; Alessia Cara delivered an acoustic rendering for "Growing Pains"; Boy Bjorn delivered the sprinting new single "Now I’m Running" off the debut album Mistaken Animals available October 12 via Communion Records; Brandon Coleman delivered the beach dreaming visual for "All Around The World" featured off the new album Resistance available September 14 via Brainfeeder; Saya delivered the lunar affinities of "The Moon"; Dem Atlas delivered the futuristic vibes of "Tomorrow Party" produced by Ant of Atmosphere; Viagra Boys delivered the raw and erratic single "Just Like You" off Street Worms available September 28 via YEAR0001 2018; GADADU announced the new album Outer Song with a look at the Danna Grace Windsor animated visual for "Bay Songs"; Foxhole announced the new album Well Kept Thing available September 28 via Burnt Toast Vinyl with a listen a listen to the proggy arts of "After the Walk"; Saint Slumber delivered the visual for "Infinite"; Neneh Cherry dropped "Shot Gun Shack" off the Broken Politics album available October 19 via Smalltown Supersound; Psychedelic Porn Crumpets delivered the psyched-out visuals for "Social Candy"; NAVVI unveils the dream drawn paintings of sound with "Sampaguita" featured off of Ultra available September 28 via Hush Hush Records; Bliss Signal, aka James Kelly of WIFE, Altar of Plagues with Jack Adams of Mumdance announced their self-titled available September 28 via True Panther Sounds / Profound Lore with a mind blasting listen to "Surge"; Sauna Youth delivered reality breaking "Unreal City" featured off the album Deaths available September 7 via Upset The Rhythm; DOE delivered a view of alien life with "Labour like I Do" off the forthcoming album Grow into It available September 28 via Big Scary Monsters; Portland's Mutineers prepare their evocative and organic Threshold EP ; the iconic Erika Spring released the new single "Scars" from the forthcoming new Cascine EP; Perfect Body delivered the "Fields" of dreams; Zac White dropped the cool and sweet new swaying and swaggering single "Spent On You"; Austin's Wrongbird delivered the brass inflected single "The Plot"; TTNG delivered a baroque re-imagining of the single "Dog"; Joe Cardamone from The Icarus Line dropped the romantic night strolling visual for "Love Roses" from the forthcoming Holy War available September 21 via Helium Records; celebrating 50 years of The Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo; Snoop Dogg's cookbook; Post Malone announced Posty Fest 2018; Josh T. Pearson covered Depeche Mode's "Cover Me"; Fervor Records are reissuing The Spiffs' 1980 album Don't Waste Your Money on this Garbage on August 31; The Velvet Underground Experience art & music exhibition is happening October 10 through December 20 in NYC; an Eagles compilation surpasses Michael Jackson's Thriller as the current all-time best-selling album; J.J. Abrams started the label Loud Robot; the Elon Musk x Azelia Banks x Grimes story got weirder; Gerard Love left Teenage Fanclub; Kodak Black is out of jail; Young Thug busted at a Dave & Buster's; and we celebrate the life and works of Aretha Franklin, Lynyrd Skynyrd's Ed King, Kyle Pavone of We Came as Romans, Lindsay Kemp, Neville Staple's (of The Specials) grandson Fidel, DJ Ready Red and Mac Miller.

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