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In addition to their regular singles series, Adult Swim occasionally releases compilations, often focused around a certain genre — there have been ones dedicated to metal and dream-pop and last year they put one out highlighting all the exciting new jazz music. Today, Adult Swim is turning its ear to electronic with a new compilation called Digitalis featuring 15 new tracks exclusive to the comp. There are songs by L’Rain, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Julianna Barwick and Mary Lattimore, Katie Gately, Claire Rousay, DJ Haram, Ikonika, Chuquimamani-Condori (aka Elysia Crampton), and more. You can stream it below or right here.

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Last night, there was apparently a pink April supermoon. In celebration of the moment, the harpist Mary Lattimore released a new instrumental called “Flowers On Flowers.” Those of us who fell asleep at like 7PM may have missed the supermoon entirely, but we can still enjoy Lattimore’s song.

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Composer, multi-instrumentalist and podcast host Joe Wong released his ambitious solo debut “Nite Creatures” last year and followed up by issuing a deluxe edition last week. And while full-ensemble music videos in the age of COVID-19 are dicey propositions — or often end up looking like Zoom meetings — director Sam Macon went to great […]

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It’s been a rough week. And a rough month. And a rough year. Let Mary Lattimore soothe you with the dulcet tones of her harp. The experimental/ambient harpist and composer recently released her deeply calming new album Silver Ladders, produced by Slowdive frontman Neil Halstead. And now she’s back with a lovely new one-off called…

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“Roped In,” the new album from guitarist Patrick McDermott’s solo project North Americans, offers soothing instrumental music for getting lost in the moment. Featuring pedal steel whiz Barry Walker, the album is out Oct. 9 via Third Man Records..

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In a couple weeks, Mary Lattimore is releasing her latest album, the Neil Halstead-produced Silver Ladders. She’s shared two tracks from it so far, “Sometimes He’s In My Dreams” — which made our best songs of the week list — and “Pine Trees.” Today, the LA-based harpist is releasing the album’s title track, a characteristically…

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Harpist Mary Lattimore recently announced her new album Silver Ladders, produced by Slowdive’s Neil Halstead. She’s already shared two tracks from it, “Sometimes He’s In My Dreams” and “Pine Trees.” And she’s about to debut more songs from the LP during a virtual concert livestreamed via Bandcamp today featuring appearances from special guests Julianna Barwick…

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There’s a part in The Last Dance, the great recent documentary series on Michael Jordan and the ’98 Bulls, where Jordan is on the Bulls’ bus, listening to some music on headphones and getting really into it. Someone asks what Jordan is listening to, and Jordan replies that it’s some new music from the R&B…

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Save Stereogum, the crowdfunding campaign to help our newly independent business stay afloat In These Uncertain Times, ends later this month. It’s going really well! But we did promise additional contributions to our massive ‘00s covers compilation and today we’re ready to reveal them. If you’ve been on the fence about buying an album to…

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A new Mary Lattimore album sounds like a pretty great idea right about now and, lo and behold, the Los Angeles harpist has just announced a new full-length called Silver Ladders, which was produced by Slowdive’s Neil Halstead. “A friend introduced us because she knew how big of a fan I was and…

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)