Death Hags: "Be Who You Are"

Its articulate layers wondrously arranged in negative spaces, “Be Who You Are” is the narcotic and blissful brand-new single from L.A.’s Death Hags. The track is taken from Big Grey Sun #1, the first installment of her ongoing seven-volume multi-media project, one “centered around the idea of a post-human utopia.” Officially out from January 24th, you can buy cassette, CD and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page right now.

Jen Starsinic: "Gold Soundz"

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Of course it’s too difficult to pick a favorite, but “Gold Soundz” is a time-altering tune and surely one of Pavement’s best. Here Nashville’s Jen Starsinic covers it with both love and an edge. Her six-track Bad Actor EP will be released on February 7th, and you can pre-order it from her Bandcamp page right now.

Charli Adams: "Cloverland Drive"

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A yearning that rings, “Cloverland Drive” is a triumph over sadness and the winged latest single from Nashville’s Charli Adams. You can find streaming and download links for this track right here. Her debut EP Good At Being Young meanwhile will be released by Color Study on January 31st.


As the release of her ACCA album draws ever closer, Parisian ALA.NI has unveiled its gently-insistent and bewitching track “PAPA” along with a filmic, Tania Feghali-directed new video to accompany it. The LP is released on January 24th. You can find pre-saving information for it as well as links to its previous singles by visiting her website.

Angelica Garcia: "Guadalupe"

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A lesson on rhythm, life and creativity, “Guadalupe” is the bold, literate and irresistible new single from L.A.’s Angelica Garcia. The track is taken from her just-announced new album Cha Cha Palace. Released on February 28th by Spacebomb, you can pre-order sapphire-blue vinyl and black-vinyl versions of it from them now, and it’s available from her Bandcamp page, too.