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From dramatic tunes to disco tracks, experimental to electronic, our favorites from the week

Angel Olsen: All Mirrors With a pared-back introduction featuring synths and sporadic percussion that gives way to a 14-piece orchestra and a stirring string-ladened interlude and conclusion, Angel Olsen’s “All Mirrors” is a cinematic ride. The layered melody is at once brooding and elating, with Olsen’s vocals guiding the track. Produced by John Congleton, with arrangements by Jherek Bischoff and Ben Babbitt, the song will …

Flume feat. Reo Cragun: Quits

From their just-released EP of the same name, “Quits” represents an alchemical collaboration between Australian producer Flume and rapper Reo Cragun. It’s one of three new tracks, and quickly follows Flume’s one-off release with London Grammar. “He does such a great job of getting whatever he hears inside of his brain written out,” Cragun says of Flume. But the rapper’s passionate adaptability makes every track …

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Captivating electronic work from Flume, a track with 100+ featured vocals, a poignant debut and more new music

Bat For Lashes: Kids In The Dark From her new album Lost Girls—the follow-up to 2016’s The Bride—comes  “Kids in the Dark” by Bat For Lashes (aka Natasha Khan). Immediately recognizable as Khan’s mesmerizing, haunting style of dream-pop, “Kids in the Dark” is luminous, and ’80s-inflected. The record (out 6 September on AWAL Recordings) is said to be inspired by and an homage to Los …