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A beautiful tune by Blood Orange, mesmerizing music from Muna Ileiwat and more

Muna Ileiwat: Baby Hypnotic, methodic and measured, London-based Muna Ileiwat’s “Baby” is a slow-burning tune that builds beautifully—layer upon layer. With a sharp staccato rhythm at times, the song is balanced with Ileiwat’s smooth and seemingly effortless vocals. VRWRK: Different Crowd London electronic trio VRWRK offers another taste of their forthcoming debut album On The Outside with the video for “Different Crowd.” From the sun …

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Electronic, synthpop, neo-classical and more in this week's musical wrap-up

Wild Nothing: Partners In Motion From Wild Nothing’s fourth album Indigo, set for release in August, comes “Partners in Motion” which blends ’80s new wave influences with gauzy dream-pop and flawless contemporary production styles. The result is rich, but hazy, and ultimately, dynamic. Wild Nothing will be touring the new record across the US in October. Polo & Pan: Canopée Stepping up to the challenge …

Wild Nothing: Partners In Motion

From Wild Nothing’s fourth album Indigo, set for release in August, comes “Partners in Motion” which blends ’80s new wave influences with gauzy dream-pop and flawless contemporary production styles. The result is rich, but hazy, and ultimately, dynamic. Wild Nothing will be touring the new record across the US in October.

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Remixes by Moodymann and King Princess, new tunes by Gorillaz, Kanye, and more in our musical round-up

The Internet: Come Over The Internet (aka Syd, Patrick Paige II, Matt Martians, Christopher Smith and Steve Lacy) has been teasing new music from their upcoming Hive Mind—out 20 July—for a little while now, and the LA-based outfit just released the expectedly sublime “Come Over.” Their first release since 2015’s Ego Death (though members have been busy with solo work), it’s smooth and slinky with …

Mazzy Star: Quiet, The Winter Harbor

Set to release a new EP on 1 June (their first new music since 2013’s Seasons of Your Day) Mazzy Star debuted “Quiet, The Winter Harbor” yesterday, and it’s just as dreamy and ghostly as listeners might expect. While frontwoman Hope Sandoval’s slinky vocals are as captivating as ever, the skeletal song is made up of just a piano, guitar (with plenty of reverb) and …