We’re thrilled to bring you our September mixtape today, featuring a beautifully glitchy opener from Sydney new-comer BUOY; a brand new single from favorites Sylvan Esso (who are running the festival circuit of late, playing the newly created Music Tastes Good festival in Long Beach in a couple weeks; the lead single Irish folk singer James Vincent McMorrow‘s newest venture into electronic R+B; woozy trip-hop from Vienna’s Leyya; a bold new track from Melbourne-based, New Zealand-born Teeth & Tongue; a great new one from LA hometown heroes and fellow NPR-lovers Cherry Glazerr (who just signed to Secretly Canadian); a bizarrely cool new song from Brooklyn’s Chrome Sparks featuring Angelica Bess; another great song from another great musician from down under, Jack Grace; a really wonderful track from an artist I’m just hearing about, England’s The Japanese House (AKA 21 year old Amber Bain, who plays a sold-out show at the Echo in December); a new single from fellow Englishman (and vegan, I think), Declan McKenna, that’s even better than his previous break-out, “Brazil”; a track by another New Zealand musician, ives.; something from Liima—the collaboration between longtime favorites Efterklang (currently working on an opera) and percussionist Tatu Rönkkö; something from Tyné out of Cambridge; a soaring new single from Kishi Bashi (deeper write-up on him here); and finally, we close with a song from Brooklyn’s Hannah Epperson.

Yes, that was technically one huge run-on sentence.