This month’s mixtape brings you—as usual—a ton of new music that we’ve been enjoying in the studio, by artists new + old.

Welcome returning longtime studio favorites include the Brooklyn band with a funny name, Rubblebucket, who kick things off with the catchy, true-to-form lead single from their coming fifth full-length, Sun Machine, out in August; Swede, Victoria Bergsman, better known as Taken by Trees (and maybe even better known from Peter Bjorn and John’s 2006 hit “Young Folks”), who’s taken a welcome electronic-leaning turn with her new album, Yellow to Blue; French singer, songwriter, and superb dancer Christine and the Queens (AKA Héloïse Letissier), who seems to be shifting to moniker and public persona a bit to the simplified ‘Chris’ (and who has giant billboards in Times Square and down the street from us in Hollywood—bully to you, Chris!); SF electronic duo Cathedrals, who are back with a sultry new single, “Hits Me Like a Landslide”; Los Angeles’ own king of glitch, Mark Redito; and a band we’ve followed for a decade, Minneapolis-based (now) duo Now Now (né Now Now Every Children), who are back with their first new album in six years.

New (to us) artists include Richmond, Virginia’s very own Natalie Prass, who gives us an infectious, fun track from her just-released album The Future and the Past (check out the video below); Nashville-based Sophie Allison and her band/alter ego Soccer Mommy; two cousins from London who comprise Otzeki, a jagged, electronic pop duo; Singaporean singer-songwriter Linying; and a newly formed electronic LA trio we’re excited about, Overjoy.

Then we’ve got some other returning artists whose work we’ve featured in the past, including English electronic musician Sam Breathwick, who writes and performs under the collegiate name Vasser; Swedish songstress Matilda Mård, AKA  Many Voices Speak; NYC-based pop Aussie, Kate Kay Es; and London duo and crafters of addictive dance music, HONNE.

Enjoy! And, as always, if you want to hear past mixes, scroll back through these pages for 3+ years of music or visit and follow us via MixCloud.

Art—fern + adorable quilt of Japanese textiles made for us by good friends.