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Stream Wolff Parkinson White's experimentally glitchy "Favours"

Wolff Parkinson White fully embraces discord on Favours, his first album in eight years, producing glitchy, stumbling electronic tunes that leave space for the human voice. Single “When I’m in Pieces” lets his broken machines spring into action — multi-tonal leads, off-kilter rhythmic progressions, and dulcet accents churn along, with singer Clare Manchon’s vox tethering the track’s seemingly disparate parts to earth. White’s choice to pair his mathy, multi-signature tracks with a vocal performance helps provide structure to chaos, enabling experimentation that always feels in control, a necessary calm in a storm of chiptune bytes and synthetic parts. Stream it below ahead of the album’s release this Thursday, February 7th.

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Gerald Bailey "Trail"

Trumpeter and Producer Gerald Bailey has released a new single called “Trail”. This is a mixture of jazz, drone, and ambient music that is designed to take the listener on a journey, and is accompanied by artwork from Preeti Samraj.

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Cellista
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Highways Performance
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Reader Advisor "The Ice Fields"

Ambient Drone guitarist Niles Frantz (aka Reader Advisor) has released his latest album, "The Ice Fields”. These chilling atmospheric sounds are the perfect backdrop for the bone chilling weather we are experiencing this week.

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Jeremy Cunningham “Sleep"

Jeremy Cunningham (of Resavior) has released the first two singles, “1985” and “Sleep”, from his forthcoming debut album, The Weather Up There. The album is set to be released via Northern Spy on February 28th, and finds the drummer/composer enlisting the services of friends Jeff Parker (Tortoise), Paul Bryan (Aimee Man), Ben LaMar Gay, Makaya McCraven, Matt Ulery, Dustin Laurenzi, and more.

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