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House Playlist Dum Dum Girls, Emily Jane White featuring Marissa Nadler, Katy B, Earth House Hold, LIZ, Grizzly Bear, Mogwai, & Dubbel Dutch

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House Playlist: Dum Dum Girls, Emily Jane White featuring Marissa Nadler, Katy B, Earth House Hold, LIZ, Grizzly Bear, Mogwai, & Dubbel Dutch

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House Playlist is a weekly round-up of all the new music we think you need to hear.

Dum Dum Girls, “Lost Boys and Girls Club”: Co-produced by the Raveonettes’ Sune Rose Wagner, the scuzzy pop track “Lost Boys and Girls Club” is the first taste of Dum Dum Girls’ forthcoming album, Too True, the full-length follow-up to last year’s End of Daze EP. The album drops January 27th.

Emily Jane White featuring Marissa Nadler, “Faster Than the Devil”: Cali folk singer-songwriter Emily Jane White’s “Faster Than the Devil,” featuring Marissa Nadler, mines the same influences as Bat for Lashes’ Natasha Khan, but the track is sparser and even subtly sinister thanks to those Twin Peaks licks. White’s Blood/Lines is out November 19th.

 

Katy B, “I Like You”: The lyrics might be hesitant (“I like you…a little bit” goes the chorus), but Katy B doesn’t hold back on “I Like You,” a track from her new EP, 5 AM, out next week. The U.K. artist’s sophomore full-length, Little Red, is due in 2014.

 

Earth House Hold, “A Little Late for That Now”: “A Little Late for That Now,” out November 12th on digital and vinyl, is an epic deep-house track from veteran producer Brock Van Wey (a.k.a. Bvdub). The cut features a beguiling, Sade-esque vocal stretched across a dozen slow-burning minutes.

 

LIZ, “Stop Me Cold”: LIZ is being billed as a “Y2K pop princess,” a purveyor of all things turn-of-the-millennium dance and R&B, but the latest track from her forthcoming EP is more Ghost Town DJ’s “My Boo” than Destiny’s Child’s “Survivor.” Download “Stop Me Cold” for free by liking LIZ’s Facebook page.

 

Grizzly Bear, “Listen and Wait”: “Listen and Wait” is a bonus track from Grizzly Bear’s Shields: B-Sides, a collection of outtakes, demos, and remixes from last year’s Shields. The album will be released on digital and vinyl November 12th.

 

Mogwai, “Remurdered”: “Remurdered” is a cinematic, surprisingly atmospheric new track from Mogwai’s new album, Rave Tapes, out January 21st.

 

Dubbel Dutch, “Inevitable”: Brooklyn’s Dubbel Dutch has reimagined Jamaican artist Skatta Burrell’s “Inevitable Riddim” as a happy rave joint. “Inevitable” is part of the Cloud Club mix EP, out November 12th.