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Dungen – “Åkt Dit”

For more than a decade, the members of the Swedish band Dungen have been cranking out adventurous, jazz-inflected takes on ’70s psychedelia. But even though the various band members have kept themselves busy with side
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Stream London O’Connor O∆

London O’Connor is a 24-year-old NYC transplant with an uncanny understanding of existential pop. Not quite a rapper, not quite a singer, O’Connor’s voice thrums over beats and synths of his own design, ascribing to
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Stream Ecstatic Vision Sonic Praise

Philadelphia-based trio Ecstatic Vision trip into a vast hallucinogenic haze on their five-track debut album, Sonic Praise. It’s an intense guitar-driven record drawing from space rock, free jazz, doom, Krautrock, Afrobeat, and more. We premiered
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Stream Refused Freedom

Legendary Swedish punks Refused will drop their first album since 1998’s The Shape Of Punk To Come next week, and today the record’s been made available to stream in its entirety. In an interview with
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Dâm-Funk – “We Continue”

LA-based funk sovereign Damon Riddick (bka Dâm-Funk) hasn’t dropped a bona fide full-length solo release since 2009’s Toeachizown, so today’s announcement that he will drop the 20-track deep Invite The Light in September is welcome
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Mas Ysa – “Arrows”

Next month, the emotive producer Thomas Arsenault, who records as Mas Ysa, will release his layered and lovely debut album Seraph. We’ve already posted “Margarita,” “Look Up,” and “Gun,” the last of which is a