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  1. Single Serving: Wild Nothing – Nocturne

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    Jack Tatum’s Wild Nothing is back with the follow-up to his 2010 LP Gemini. His sophomore release is titled Nocturne and was recorded by Tatum while living in Savannah, Georgia. “Paradise” demonstrates just what we can expect from the new album. It’s an atmospheric, synth-fluffed jam centered on a hazy, rainbow colored melody. Compared to the material on Gemini, it’s fuller in terms of it’s production and the songwriting is more mature and thoughtfully arranged. It’s got me excited to hear more.

    Wild Nothing – Paradise

    Pre-order Wild Nothing’s Nocturne from Capture Tracks now. A limited edition version is available now on light blue vinyl with a letterpress sleeve. I already have one incoming.

  2. Single Serving: Flock of Dimes – Curtain

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    Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak is releasing her second 7″ single as part of a series for her Flock of Dimes side project on Merge Records next month. “Curtain” is the single’s a-side. Wasner described the lyrics as documenting “the thoughtless, obsessed joy of new love.” The tune’s heart and soul, however, is it’s beautiful, reverb-soaked melody led by a Wurlitzer organ and warped, sparkling guitar glints. It’s a slice of gorgeous, obscured pop. The single is limited to 1,000 copies so get one from Merge before they are gone.

    The “Curtain” / “Apparition” 7″ is available from Merge on September 25, 2012.