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Stack 201 with GABI

Stack №201 was handpicked by NY-based experimental composer and singer Gabrielle Herbst, aka GABI, who makes "ethereal-sounding songs that feel one step away from belonging on an opera stage," says The Fader. Her sophomore record, Empty Me, arrives October 5th via Double Double Whammy. Stream her selections on Hype Machine.

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Tomberlin - I'm Not Scared
"Tomberlin's vulnerability and honesty really blow me away—also her use of melody paired with her voice is both haunting and comforting," says GABI. The Louisville-based songwriter's debut LP was released earlier this month on Saddle Creek.

Mitski - Nobody
Mitski's Be the Cowboy is one of the year's most celebrated albums, a thrilling mix of moments big and small. On highlight "Nobody," she flips to disco."This is just such an overwhelmingly beautiful jam, so raw and real," says GABI.

SOPHIE - It's Okay To Cry
"When I first heard this song I had to stop what I was doing and listen to it on repeat at least 10 times in a row. This song is gorgeous, and her voice is just stunning." SOPHIE's new LP OIL OF EVERY PEARL’s UN-INSIDES is out now.

Foxes in Fiction - Ontario Gothic
"I love the instrumental bed and the ebbs and flows of clear luminescent vocals cutting through. It's really magical, and I'm always inspired by Foxes in Fiction." He'll soon join GABI, along with Julianna Barwick, to celebrate her record release.

Grouper - Headache
"Grouper's music is both calming/soothing and takes you to a deep internal place. It has a certain abstraction to it but is also so intensely personal." GABI selects the A-side to a 7" Grouper self-released in 2016 to mark the first day of winter.

New Lows, the full-length debut from NYC dance collective House of Feelings.

The eponymous debut from LA noise disco duo Warm Drag.

Swiss born, Rio-based producer Skymark makes Amsterdam's Dekmantel a summer mix of "disco, soul, boogie and gospel gold that takes you ever higher."

The Fader collects the definitive oral history of Korn’s “Freak On A Leash”:

"One of my favorite moments is the rhythmic harmonics before [Jonathan] does the scat boom chakas, and the buildup to that drop where he says 'GO!'... When we wrote that together I remember thinking, 'Man, the crowd's gonna fucking lose their shit right here.' And we were right."

Thanks for listening!

- Dave & Team Hype Machine

By the way, we've also made Spotify and SoundCloud playlists with all of the recent Stack picks. Check them out, though the newest tracks are still only in this email.


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