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Britta Plyler
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  • On September 22, Bikini Kill are releasing a special reissue of their 1991 demo Revolution Girl Style Now!. The release will feature three unreleased tracks, one of which is called "Playground." Listen to this gem of classic Pacific Northwest grunge, below. [Stereogum]

  • Electro-pop legend Peaches' first album in six years, Rub, drops on September 25. She's shared the video for "Close Up," her collaboration with Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon. The clip has Gordon acting as a wrestling coach as Peaches goes up against an eclectic range of characters. [CoS]

  • Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio has unveiled the title track for his upcoming debut solo album, The Names. Baio really hits his stride with this smooth and almost laid back style. The Names drops on September 18. [SPIN]

  • New Order's "Restless" music video shows us an artsy 21st century version of King Arthur and excalibur. I mean I've never seen King Arthur get crowned while wearing a tank top and a snapback. You can pick up the band's new album Music Complete on September 25. [Pitchfork]

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