Spellbinding as its suspense makes sparks fly, “Personal Space” is a drama tautly-told and the grandly-imagined brand-new single from L.A.’s Celeste Tauchar, a.k.a. talker. The track concludes her recently-released, six-song Wax EP. You can find a bounty of streaming and download links for it right here, and it and more of her music is available on her Bandcamp page as well.
Nadeah Miranda and Beki Mari, or simply Nadeah & Beki, classify their music quite wonderfully as “Bauhaus pop”, and “Où Es-Tu?” is a gloriously-styled existential inquiry and their spectacular new single. The track was recorded with legend Marc Collin of Nouvelle Vague, and you can find links to it here. Dream Bitches, the four-track EP from which it’s taken, can be found on Apple Music. Via Les inRocks.
Its palatial spaces appointed with thoughtful detail, “Give A Little” is the generous and comforting brand-new single from South London’s Ego Ella May. You can find streaming and download links for this right here, and it’s available from her Bandcamp page, too. The track will appear on her debut LP Honey For Wounds, its release forthcoming.
Surreal, slinky luxury that shimmers, melts and magically reforms, “Up All Night” is the lavish new single from Detroit, Michigan’s Sara Marie Barron. You can stream the track right now both on Apple Music and on her Soundcloud page. Meanwhile Existential Glam, her next LP, will be released on September 25th.
“Ashamed” is singed by apricot-colored distortion, fluidly sung and the raging, relatable brand-new single from Luxumbourg’s Francis of Delirium. You can download the track right now by visiting their Bandcamp page. Their debut EP All Change is out from June 12th care of Dalliance Recordings, and you can find pre-saving links for that right here.
A transmission from heavy, inky depths sent across a warped rubber roller wheel, it’s reassembled here, above ground, where life devolves. Eerie but identifiable, “Song For Carm” is the theme from The Sopranos detonated by New Orleans’ Lindsey Baker and her Guts Club project. You can download this from Bandcamp or stream it on Apple Music right now.
Los Angeles-based musician Jess Cornelius, originally from New Zealand, has both announced the released of Distance, her debut album, and shared its roiling opening track “Kitchen Floor”. Driven by Charlie Watts-esque rhythms and urgency, you can download it now from her Bandcamp page. The album will be released on crystal-clear-vinyl and digital formats by Loantaka Records on July 24th.
Retro-futuristic with a pleasingly-timed pulse, “My Game” is the sumptuous and scintillating brand-new single from Zella Day. You can find a bounty of streaming and download links for this right here. This is the second wonderful track she’s shared from her Where Does The Devil Hide EP, one she releases through Easy Eye Sound on August 28th.