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november 2019 mix
Presenting our newest monthly mix for NOVEMBER 2019, featuring our favorite new tracks from the past month, by the likes of Burial, Andy Stott, Malibu, Grimes, the Galleria, Alice Boman, Flore Laurentienne + more:
video: Alice Boman – Don’t Forget About Me
We were already psyched for Alice Boman's beautiful new LP Dream On, coming in early 2020, and today she shares a video for one of our favorites from the record, the dreamy soft-focus groove "Don't Forget About Me", a song that Boman says is about "holding on to …
Pearly share short film for new singles
Cleveland duo Josie Yeager + Austyn Benyak aka Pearly have quickly become one of the most intriguing new bands of 2019 in our opinion, and today the group follows up their haunting debut single "To Me" by doubling down on the beautifully unsettling Lynchian vibes with their new sel…
Das Body – Against the Glass
Oslo's Das Body level up on their cathartic new single, officially dropping tomorrow on Luminelle. Das Body hooked up with the great Jorge Elbrecht on this one -- Elbrecht will also co-produce the band's debut LP, coming in early 2020 -- and that inspired collab is proving to be a magical one so far…
Pynkie – Funny Boy
As regular readers/listeners of our SiriusXM show can attest, we adore New Jersey nurse + song maker Lindsey Radice aka Pynkie, and her endlessly charming and severely slept-on 2018 debut record neoteny (one of our favs of last year). This week Pynkie dropped her sweet new single "Funny Boy&quo…
The Galleria – Stop & Go
Our favorite throwback freestyle duo Morgan Geist + Jessy Lanza aka The Galleria make their long-awaited return -- it's been almost 5 years since they dropped one of our favorite releases of 2015 -- with an effervescent new mall pop anthem...
Flore Laurentienne – Volume 1
Shout out to Nyck + Mich for the heads up on Flore Laurentienne, the new orchestral synth project of Quebec's Mathieu David Gagnon, accompanied on his stunning debut Volume 1 by a cast of talented Montreal musicians on strings. That dope pseudonym was seemingly taken from an important 1935 botanical…

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