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Jenny Hval's "Conceptual Romance"

Jenny Hval's "Conceptual Romance"

The Norwegian singer-songwriter's new album, "Blood Bitch," arrives Sept. 30.
Sharon Van Etten Remembers Victims of Orlando Mass Shooting

Sharon Van Etten Remembers Victims of Orlando Mass Shooting

Written "in memory of those trying to be safe and be themselves," the sale of "Not Myself" will raise funds for the Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund.
Weaves Seek "Help!"

Weaves Seek "Help!"

Propelled by a fat, buttery bass and clacking percussion, the Toronto quartet's version of the Beatles tune takes it to another place.
Adam Torres's Sweet, Gentle Folk Music

Adam Torres's Sweet, Gentle Folk Music

"Morning Rain" is a track from the Austin-based singer-songwriter's debut album, "Pearls To Swine," out Sept. 9.
Techno Legend Returns

Techno Legend Returns

Behind the alias E-Dancer, Detroit's Kevin Saunderson issued "One Nation," a vibrant, textured track that honors techno's roots.
Chipper New Song From Kishi Bashi

Chipper New Song From Kishi Bashi

The charming "Hey Big Star" will appear on his "Sonderlust" album, out Sept. 16. A U.S. tour will ensue.
Gritty, Poppy, Jangly And New From Warehouse

Gritty, Poppy, Jangly And New From Warehouse

"Reservoir" is a track from the band's debut album, "Super Low," out Sept. 30.
Kamasi Washington Live

Kamasi Washington Live

The saxophonist performed his jazz-funk tune "The Rhythm Changes" at the recent Pitchfork Music Festival.
My Morning Jacket Seeks Justice, Equality

My Morning Jacket Seeks Justice, Equality

Without fanfare, yesterday the band posted a new track "Magic Bullet" -- and a statement decrying the recent violence in America -- on its website.
Chilling Chamber Pop From Arc Iris

Chilling Chamber Pop From Arc Iris

The quietly exhilarating "Kaleidoscope" will appear on "Moon Saloon," out 8/19.
BadBadNotGood Conspires...

BadBadNotGood Conspires...

...with the electronic-music producer Kaytranada on "Lavender," a track on the jazz group's forthcoming album "IV," out in early July.
Ólafur Arnalds Covers Destiny's Child

Ólafur Arnalds Covers Destiny's Child

The singer from Iceland's lovely version of "Say My Name" will appear on the compilation "Late Night Tales" that he curated.  The album, out 6/24, includes performances by Odesza, Four Tet, James Blake and more.
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