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Lotic: Come Unto Me Otherworldly and genre-bending, “Come Unto Me” by Lotic (aka Berlin-based, Texas-raised artist J’Kerian Morgan) will appear on her upcoming album Water, following her 2018 debut called Power. The tension-filled track invokes elements of countless styles (from industrial techno to R&B and avant-pop) to create something entirely unique. The accompanying video, directed by Matt Lambert, is equally magical. On the visuals, Lotic …

Miloe feat. Jamila Woods + Vagabon: Winona

“Winona” by Miloe (aka Bob Kabeya) first appeared on his Greenhouse EP last year, and has just been reimagined with Jamila Woods and Vagabon lending their distinct, sublime vocals to the track. The song, a shoegaze-tinged pop tune, remains mostly faithful to the original, but with a few more twinkling dream-pop elements, which—along with the three singers’ gorgeous harmonies and ad-libs—lend an ethereal quality.

Vagabon: Water Me Down

Part chill-pop, part eclectic electronic, “Water Me Down” by Vagabon (aka Cameroon-born Laetitia Tamko) entices with its ethereal and buoyant melody. While she sings of disappointment (“You know me better than that / You know I hate it like that / It really waters me down”) there’s an upbeat energy to her vocals. The Maegan Houang-directed and Derek Nemechek-choreographed video adds to the storyline, flooding …