Duchess: “Blame”

Sharp yet sleek, it sways with classic R&B rhythms as it beams a modern creative power. “Blame” is the youthfully assured and glowing new single from South London’s elusive Duchess. The track is taken from her recently-released debut EP Early Days, and you can find an assortment of streaming and download links for that right here.

Meg Myers: “Airplanes”

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Powered by a subtle, unconstrained darkness, it beams a spooky uneasiness and a soulful resolve. “Airplanes” is an eerie and emotive new single from longtime-TAR favorite Meg Myers, and you can stream it right now by visiting her Soundcloud page. All of her excellent previous releases are available from her website, and you can join her new Patreon page as well.

Alex Mali: “I Know”

Its liquid lines drawn with a free and confident hand, it projects a strong-but-easy, unbroken cool. “I Know” is the is breezy, boldly-performed and brand-new single from Brooklyn-born musician Alex Mali. You can find a variety of streaming and download links for this right here, and she’s promised that more music is on its way.

Mima Good: “Cool”

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Lusciously textured, directly- and smartly-spoken and immediately-relatable, “Cool” is the disarmingly-honest, well-styled new single from Brooklyn’s Mima Good. You can find streaming and download links for this right here. It’s the second track — along with “Sad Club Night” — that she’s shared from her new full-length, its release forthcoming.

Tenci: “Forgot My Horse’s Name”

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Chicago’s Jess Shoman and her band Tenci will release their debut album My Heart Is An Open Field on June 5th, and today they’ve shared its “Forgot My Horse’s Name”, a waltzing, gently-whispering watercourse. The album is out through the courtesy of Keeled Scales. You can pre-order seafoam-green-vinyl, milky-white-vinyl, cassette, CD and digital versions of it now from her Bandcamp page.

The Sweet Water Warblers: “Mother’s Voice”

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Accompanied by a tear-jerking, crowd-sourced video, “Mother’s Voice” connects distant, longing spirits like a river. It’s taken from The Dream That Holds This Child, the debut full-length from The Sweet Water Warblers, whose supremely-talented members come from Traverse City, Michigan and Nashville. Just released, you can buy vinyl, CD and bundled editions of it from their webstore now.

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