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  1. Ashley Rhodus has been making idiosyncratic folk songs as Wished Bone for a little while now, on last year's Cellar Belly and 2015's Pseudio Recordings, the latter of which we highlighted here in a list of a handful self-releases from that year. In November, Wished Bone are putting out a new album, Sap
  2. Back in 2017, Justin Peck's ballet The Decalogue premiered at the New York City Ballet with an original score by Sufjan Stevens. It's one of many collaborations between the two acclaimed creatives; just this year they teamed up again on a ballet called Principia. But rather than letting it disappear downward into the news feed…
  3. Lisa Prank is releasing her sophomore studio album, Perfect Love Song, in a few weeks, the follow-up to the Seattle artist's very charming 2016 debut Adult Teen. She's shared one song, "Rodeo," from it so far, and today we get another one: "Ignore It." It's a chiming, perfectly concise song about letting that…
  4. Julien Chang is on to something. The 19-year-old multi-hyphenate is releasing his debut album Jules next month on Transgressive, and man have the early singles been good. Those include "Of The Past" and "Butterflies From Monaco," both of which framed him as sort of a yacht-rock Kevin Parker figure.
  5. In the past few years, we've seen a wave of bands -- Power Trip, Iron Reagan, Red Death -- resurrecting the sound of crossover thrash, the late-'80s hybrid genre that came along when speed metal and hardcore started dancing with each other. The Jacksonville, Florida band Mindfield mine some of the territory. But Mindfield don't…