Kat Koan: “Lustfire”

Artfully ironic and pulse pounding at once, “Lustfire” is the seductive and softly-surging new single from Berlin-based artist, producer and musician Kat Koan. Out now, it’s taken from her debut EP of the same name. It is released on August 2nd, you can find pre-saving information for it right here.

Sur Back: “Nostalgia In Motion”

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Sur Back is a mysterious musician from the magically-named Jupiter, Florida, and she’s just shared the swirling, arresting new single “Nostalgia In Motion”. You can download the track now from her Bandcamp page, and it will also be appearing on a singles compilation that she releases later in the year. She will be hosting a release show for this jewel at Brooklyn’s Alphaville on July 18th, and you can find tickets for that event right here.

Ellen Allien: “Love Distortion”

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A magically-expanding helix of tension and release, “Love Distortion” is a dark cliffhanger and the pulsating new single from Berlin’s Ellen Allien. The track is taken from her new Alientronic LP. The digital version of it is out now on her own Bpitch, while the vinyl version arrives on June 14th. You can also explore more of her releases by visiting her website. Via Dummy.

Lisel: “Ciphers”

The arresting new video was spectacularly directed by Jing Niu, was elegantly choreographed by Jasmine Lin and features hair and makeup by Cindy Flores. “Ciphers” billows like ribbons of chiffon and it’s the lucid new single from Lisel, the solo-musical project of Eliza Bagg. Her debut album will be released by Luminelle later this year. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.

Pheeyownah: “Gold”

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Born in Stockholm and of Ugandan descent, Feyona Naluzzi records as Pheeyownah, and “Gold” is her petal-soft, pulsating brand-new single. Out care of Labrador, you can download it and all of her previous releases right here. The track is taken from Silver, her forthcoming LP.

Gus Harvey: “The Don”


Narcotic as the sun begins to rise, “The Don” is a late night vision and the sleek and shimmering new single from South London’s Gus Harvey. The track is the second she’s shared from her forthcoming 4-track-audio-visual EP entitled TXC. You can see part one, “The Bliss”, right here.

O Future: “Voyeur”

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Los Angeles-based duo O Future have just unleashed “Voyeur”, menacing in chiffon and their fast-paced, symphonic new single. You can stream the track now by visiting their Soundcloud page. Having in the past worked with Lars Von Trier, the band are currently collaborating with Ai Weiwei.