Unless you actively know El Ten Eleven’s music and their performance style, you probably would have no idea the post-rock duo tend to use looping techniques and double guitars to craft their epic soundscapes. It’s cool stuff, and you’d be wise to check it out below in advance of their upcoming album that’ll be out this August. Fans of ambient, instrumental electronica will hopefully enjoy a new one-off track from Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith. Her album The Kid was one of my favorites from last year, and “Yugoslavia” below is part of a new compilation for Stadiums & Shrines. Catch her at Pitchfork Music Festival this July! If you’re in the mood for a quick and (sonically) dirty rock song, Valley Queen’s latest should get your energy up in just over two minutes. There’s more killer music available after the jump, including tracks from Appleby, Arp, GANZ (ft. LUNA MAY), HYLLS, Pretty Sister (ft. White Gold), Ruchir (ft. JThaMC), rx Soul, Sakima, and Samaria.

El Ten Eleven – Phenomenal Problems

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – Yugoslavia

Valley Queen – Boiling Water

Appleby – Lady Sunshine

Arp – Nzuku

GANZ – Let’s Fly Away Together (ft. LUNA MAY)

HYLLS – Timeless

Pretty Sister – Tension (ft. White Gold)

Ruchir – Love Me (ft. JThaMC)

rx Soul – Rose Lane

Sakima – Show Me

Samaria – Foolish