CIEL: "The Shore"

Originally from The Netherlands, Michelle Hindriks is a musician from Brighton, England, and “The Shore” is a cirrus-like jangle of timeless Indie melancholy and the inviting brand-new single from her band CIEL. It’s available from all major digital music platforms now. This is the lead track from their debut EP Movement, which arrives in the Spring.

Luby Sparks: "Birthday"

The original of course is an unfiltered beam of creative light, while this take offers a new, chromatic and effects-driven vision. A super-saturated version of The Sugarcubes’ classic, “Birthday” is the heaven-sent new single from Tokyo’s Luby Sparks. You can find streaming and download links for it right here, and it’s available from their Bandcamp page, too.

Jordana: "Signs"

This Spring Kansas’ Jordana will re-issue a remastered version of her Classical Notions of Happiness LP with new tracks, among witch is the independent-minded and darkly-charming “Signs”. The new album arrives on March 27th. You can pre-order limited-edition-pink-vinyl, black-vinyl and digital versions of it right now from her Bandcamp page.

Madame Gandhi: "See Me Thru"

Soulful, sumptuously-styled and free, “See Me Thru” is the streamlined new single from Los Angeles-based activist and musician Madame Gandhi. Its tantalizing new video was created in collaboration with Perfect Number, a fashion house whose goal it is to “reflect the fluid nature of modern femininity and challenge digitally-created ideas of perfection.” The track is taken from her Visions trilogy, which you can hear by visiting this link.

Waxahatchee: "Fire"

Katie Crutchfield’s Waxahatchee has just set free to soar “Fire”, her lyrical and pensive latest single. She’s also announced the release of Saint Cloud, her next album. Out through Merge on March 27th, you can pre-order coke-bottle-clear-vinyl, black-vinyl and CD versions of it both from them or from her Bandcamp page right now.