Thank you Dallas, and huge thanks to Panda Bear, SOPHIE, Ejecta, Doss, Blues Control, and the Granada for another special night, and to D Magazine for summing up the evening beautifully. Until next year, here’s a great set of photos from the Granada‘s own Bill Ellison.

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Another one from Cosmic Logic, out October 7 on Weird World.

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PC Music secret weapon Danny L Harle drops his bonkers remix of KKB‘s “Sick Beat“, from the remix EP Bonito Recycling, out later this month on Double Denim.

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Swedish duo Korallreven make their long-awaited return with blissful, kind of morbidly romantic new single “Death Is Not For Us“, the opening track from the group’s soaring new full-length Second Comin’. The record features contributions from Cornelius and I Break Horses‘ Maria Lindén, and according to their label, deals with “themes of beginning anew and rising again”. Second Comin’, featuring cover art created in collaboration with Swedish street artist NUG, is out November 4th on Cascine:

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[new Lapalux single out now on Brainfeeder / buy here]

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[shots taken by david on fuji instax, expired impossible project PX680 + iPhone. more after the jump...]

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Embarrassed to admit that we’ve mostly slept on Orlando duo SALES so far (except for this), but no more: the group’s beautiful debut EP, which compiles all of the unstoppable, very emotional singles they’ve released up to this point, has quickly become one of our favorite records of 2014 so far. The EP also includes a new/unreleased song called “Getting it On” that’s one of the most heartbreaking things we’ve heard all year, and this darkly dreamy atmospheric remix by talented young producer (and SALES’ fellow Orlando native) XXYYXX:

SALES debut EP — featuring vibrant collage artwork by Alana Questell, who also created art for each song on the record — is available for pre-order now here. Catch their EP release show at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn on September 24.

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