TRAX! — Low Sun, DEAFKIDS, The Convalescence, Labyrinth Lounge, Raveen, Plax, ZGTO

Low Sun: "Into Sun" (via Art of the Uncarved Block/New Noise Magazine/Soundcloud)

"Into Sun" is to be featured as part of a split release made with labelmates Humanities called, Human Sun.  The release will be out via Art of the Uncarved Block on July 13th, but you can pre-order it here.

DEAFKIDS: "Pés Atados" (via Neurot Recordings/Earsplit PR/YouTube)

This track is taken from Configuração Do Lamento, which will be released October 6th via Neurot Recordings.

The Convalescence: "This is Hell" (via Unique Leader Records/Earsplit PR/Bandcamp)

"This is Hell" is the title track to the band's upcoming LP to be released at Unique Leader Records on September 1st.  Digital copies are currently available for pre-order.

Labyrinth Lounge: "Trouble Won't Last" (via Rufftone Records/Shameless Promotion/Soundcloud)

"Trouble Won't Last" is the first single from Labyrinth Lounge's upcoming LP, Porgy, which is scheduled to release August 25th from Rufftone Records.

Raveen: "Always" (So Sorry Records/Bandcamp)

"Always" is the title track to Raveen's upcoming new album on So Sorry Records, which will release July 28th on vinyl, CD and digital formats. You can pre-order the album here.

Plax: "Boring Story"  (Super Secret Records/Us-Them Group/YouTube)

"Boring Story" is featured in Plax's upcoming release, Clean Feeling, which will be available to download or purchase on vinyl or CD on August 11th from Super Secret Records.

ZGTO: "Off Dat" (via Ghostly International/Terrorbird Media/Passion of the Weiss/YouTube)

From Terrorbird Media:  "Over a two-year period, ZelooperZ and Shigeto would collaborate and experiment, honing their sound without any preconceived notions of its final form or an eventual release. Eventually and inevitably though, a full length record transpired. A Piece Of the Geto is out August 4th on Ghostly International, with a limited edition vinyl pressing by Third Man Records."

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